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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1962

( /L c9 TUB RAMBLER VOLUME 35 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1962 No. 7 Armstrongs To Be Honored With Puccini Opera Friday Gianna Schicchi, a. one-act comic, doctorates by the college in 1960. opgra by Puccini, will be presented Armstrong is a former president by . the Texas Wesleyan College of the Fort Worth Opera Associa- opera workshop at 8:15 p.m. Friday tion, and is active in the support in the Fine Arts Auditorium. of the Fort Worth Symphony Or- Dr. and Mrs. Law Sone, the .chestra. He has served as chairman trustees jind the faculty will honor of the official board and of the fi- Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Armstrong, who nance commission of First Metho- made (possible"the redecorating of dist Church and as president of the the Fine Arts Auditorium last sum- mer, at the performance and the reception afterwards in the Blue Room of the Fine Arts Building. The Armstrongs were granted Board of Education of ttie Fort Worth Independent School District. He has ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1962

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 6. ' 9c' /? , ' n ,. i). , Castro J ^suming -/- ouit — Six owcloum or 8, •eahdc *vp [own or 0 "Showdown or a Breakdown." \own This ultimatum still proves to., be a m&jor decision for Cuban dictator Fidel Castro to ponder over. The cause for this definite decision—last week, Premier Khrushchev made the following statement on the Cuban missile bases in a brief and informal letter to President Kennedy: Esteemed Mr. President . . . I understand very well your anxiety and the anxiety of the people of the United States. In order to liquidate with greater speed the dangerous con- flict . . . the Soviet Government, in addition to pre- viously issued instructions for the cessation of fur- 0 ther work at the weapons building sites, has issued " a new order, for the dismantling of the weapons, which you describe as "offensive," their crating and return to the Soviet Union . . . :-i;, (1 w 11 /' We are ready to come to an agreement that representatives...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1962

Tuesday, November 6, 1962 e? THE RAMBLER Page Three | ay at I id ro- of be' Junior Class Purchases Movie Screen for TWC PEP! BOUNCE! CHEER! That's what this year's cheerleaders have, but they want more of it. And kthey want it from an enthusiastic student body. The cheerleaders, who feel that vvith enough help they can cheer the Rams to victory this year, are, left to right, Ronnie Waller, Jane Brad- ley, Ouida McWilliams and Dennis Camp. '• Photo by,Marcel's .O Cheerleaders Seek Enthusiastic Help a\ * In Sparking Basketball Team To Win v— More p?;p per step, bounce per ounce, cheer for the year, is ex- actly what the cheerleaders expect of the student body. The exhibition of hardy, virile males and perky, animated females on the TWC campus leaves no ex- cuse for a namby-pamby, lafk-lus- tre show of enthusiasm. The cheer- leaders are ready to do their ut- most to jar loose the self-imposed lethargy of the students, faculty, alumni and anyone else who needs jarring to see that the Ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1962

.v . Page Four 13- TH E RAMBLER Tuesday, November 6, 1962 Bfuesda 50 Pontiac Tempests FREE! America's hottest new sports convertible! fcM GRAND PRIX 50 Sweepstakes for colleges only Your chances of winning are 50 times better than if open to the general public You can win! 50 flashing new '63 Pontiac Tempest Le Mans con-?, vertibles are up for grabs! They're easy to win and it's lots of fun! The big sweepstakes is starting now . „ . keeps going and growing through the school year. There'!! btftirawings for S, 10, then 15 and finally 20 new Tempest convertibles — four exciting laps—50 cars in all! Enter often ... no limit on the number of entries per person! Enter now! Here's all you do: 1. Pick up a free official L&M Grand Phix 50 entry blank. Loofc^o^hem where cigarettes are sold—on and atyout campus. FBI it in. 2. Detach your serialized L&M Grand Prix 50 License Plate from your entry blank. Save it! Tear off the bottom panels from 5 packs t>f L&M King, L&M Box, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1962

Tuesday, November 6, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Five History Professor Alternates Living Between Classes, Down on the Farm j, " <• POINTING TO THE MAP is Mr. Leo Oliva, assistant professor of history. Mr. Oliva enjoys a dual vocation of farming and teaching. (He hopes to obtain a Fulbright scholarship for study in New Zealaftd. Photo by Marcel's ' W 0 W OPEN "With a Complete Line of OFFICE SUPPLIES And Complete Printing Service The Advisor Printing & Office Supply 1411 Vaughn Blvd. Phone JE 6-6523 ('/2 BLOCK OFF EAST ROSEDALE) A man with a dual vocation is Mr. Leo E. Oliva. Not only is Mr. Oliva an assist- ant professor .history, but he also rents 320 acres of farming land in Kansas. He spends his summers there with his wife and son. As a summer activity he engag- es in water skiing when he is not busy raising wheat or maize on his farm. Mr. Oliva also builds many items in his spare time. He has completed a trailer which he and •his family use each summer. Mr. Oliva received his B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1962

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday. November 6, 1962 r%:;V ,. V "*? > w~ .. . "'~ ,v BATTLING TO A SCORELESS He in last Monday night's game are members of the Senior and Sophomore intramural teams. Sparkling defensive play barred both teams from scoring. Seniors Battle Sophs to 0-0 Score, Win 37-6 Victory over Freshmen The Senior and Sophomore intramural gridmen battled to a scoreless tie in Monday night's game, but the Seniors came back strong Thiirsdayvto w $4 lop the Freshmen by a 37 to 6 score. The accent was on defense in Monday night's game as both teams played sparkling defense and neither team scored. The Seniors lost six points when Howard Stallirigs recovered a fum- ble in mid-air and scampered into the end zone only to have the play called back because of an illegal block. The Sophomores never made a serious offensive threat. Thursday night's game between the Seniors and Freshmen devel- oped into a lopsided offensive show after a scoreless first qww- fer. The passing of Bobb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1962

fl/ ItPGE GEORGE TtX O 17 Selected for College Who's Who THC RAMBLER VO E 35 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE o FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1962 Ann Davis Bob Carney Reid Clayton Dean Briley David Buckman Ann Blair Janice Dozier Gardner Kay Gray Sharon Little Linda Love Ree Parrish Karen Peterson Dr. Mitchell Speaks On Recent Election Dr. Joe E. Mitchell, associate professor of education, s^ke in assembly today on last week's election of governors and why they were elected. He told what the results of these (JWjtyns might be and discussed particular trends which he ob- served. Pi V* \ John Rudolph Linda Warren Patricia White Carolyn Young Ranch Queen Chosen In Student Election Library, Grad Essay For a girl to be as much at home elected Ranch Queen, is adept at on a horse as she is on the stage both riding and the dramatic arts, is something like an accomplish- The freshman speech major ment. Yet Sue Bussey, recently from Grapevine likes to ride al- most as much as she enjoys act...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1962

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 13., 1962 J)tnlia j foreign ^biff'iiuh to 3afL o/n •• It looks like the American conservative philosophy is gaining "strength in India. That is to say, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru found out that his good friend Mao in Peking wouldn't play fair. Nehru, or "the white* dove of peace," is becoming aware of the communist menace. It was just a few months ago that India invadec^Goa which the Portuguese had held for 400 years. Now Nehru is involved in hot conflict on the northern borders of India. In danger is the state of Assam which pro- duces rice, tea, oil. cotton and timber. India is short of arms since she decided toJ)lock pur- chase of arms from the West. Instead of making an agree- ment with the Soviet Union for the ma mi f acting of MIG-21 aircraft in Iiidi*. Nehru, officially, clings to "neutrality" as,. India's position. In this setting. Nehru has turned to4he West for aid in arms. He is also calling upon America to help settle the dis- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1962

Tuesday, November 13, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Three Frosh To Compete In Essay Contest Freshman Psychology 110 stu- dents are competing in an essay contest which will net the winner a $100 prize. Dr. Willard Russell, Houston lawyer and philanthropist, will donate the prize money. The subject for the essay will be limited to the ideas set forth in Mr. Russell's book, I n v i i\ t-'i b I e Forces. A suggested topic is "How Has Invincible" Forces Helped Me Understand How to Achieve My Maximum Potential?" Length of the essay must be approximately 1,000 words. Due date is Jan. 8. Final, evaluation of the essays will be made by I) r. Wallace Graves, dean ofir meji; Mr. Carl Schrader, assistant pr^fesSor' of u- English and German.^urrT Dr. Char- les Hager, director of counseling and guidance. The Psychology 110 classes are divided into eight sections and meet twice weekly after assembly. Their advisers are Dr. Alice Won- ders, Miss "Juanita Cowan, Mrs. Elnora Wilcox, MrsNJ^inn Langs- ton, Dr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1962

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 13, 1962 iSTj Biology Prof Finds Jnsects Fascinating, Helps Students to Appreciate Science GIVING ASSISTANCE to freshman Johnny Stoeppleman dur- ing biology lab is Mr. Xavier Lerma, new instructor of biology. Mr. Lerma recently completed research work f6r the National Institute of Health. WHO'S WHO (Continued from Page 1) Sic ma Alpha Iota Treasurer V A recent recipient of' the Golden Shears ,is Karolyn Kay Gray, a music major from San Angelo. Treasurer of Sigma Alpha Iota both her junior and senior years, Miss Gray is a member of the tee his sophomore year, editor his junior year and is again this year's editor of the TXWEC.O. His honors received include the by Jane Rudolph Rambler Assistant I'ditor If you find a man diligently bending over a microscope, prob- ing into the organism of sorrre formaldehyde creature, or drooling over the shipment of a new sup- ply of live frogs, it will probably be Mr. Xavier Abey Lerma. new instructor of biolog...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1962

0 I Tuesday, November 13, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Five [BROWN AND DANA Folksong Duo to Appear Thursday Folk-singers ■ Garrett Brown and Al will bo .featured in the Lsecond performance of this year's (Celebrity Series Thursday morn- ing at 10:50 in the Fine Arts [ Auditorium. The Celebrity Series, made pos- I iible by the Student Senate, brings outstanding performers to the cam- pus. Robert St. John, rioted writer and authority on Africa, appeared as the first Celebrity Series speak- er of the year. Brown and Dana, a vocal and in- strumental dud, have been acclaim- ed by audiences across the country Dateline... TWC Tuesday, Nov. 13 through Friday Mid-Semester Exams Wednesday, Nov. It > 6:30 p.m., MSM Thursday, Nov. 15 lQ^lO a.m., Celebrity Series; Fine Arts Auditorium Friday, Nov. 16 Volleyball, Faculty ' „ 7:30 p.m.,„EA and' DD Party v Saturday, Nov. 17 Golden Shears Breakfast EA Money Prdrjtct 8:00 p.m., Alumni Basketball Game, Dance after Game Sunday, Nov. lfi Mission * Project?;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1962

s Page Six THE RAMBLE Tuesday, November 13, 1962 TWC Designated as Testing Centery For Teacher Examinations in February Texas Wesleyan College has been designated as a testing center for the 1963 nationwide administra- tion of the National Teacher Ex- aminations next February, Dr. Charles W. Hager, director of test- ing and counseling, announced re- cently. College seniors preparing to teach and teachers applying for positions in school systems which encourage or require applicants to submit their scores on the National Teacher Examinations along with their other credentials are eligible to take'tlyji tests. The examinations are prepared and administered an- nually by Educational Testing Ser- vice* Princeton, N.J. "The designation of Texas WeS- leyan as a testing center for these examinations will give prospective teachers in this area an opportu- nity to compare their performance on the examinations with candi- dates throughout the country who take the tests in the nationwide admin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1962

ASSEMBLY PROGRAM Local Pastor Gives Thanksgiving Address,, JUDGE G! tl; AN ARCHITECT'S sketch cf the proposed million-dollar Sci- . ence Building is seen below. Donors have contributed $1,- 348.75 since I960. LfBRAM Reverend Gilbert Ferrell, pas- tor of the Richland Hills Metho- dist Church, pave the Thanksgiv- ing convocation address this morn- ing in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The subject of his talk was "An Expression of Thanksgiving." The service was opened by an organ prelude by Janice Goldman, senior from Fort Worth. The Wesleyan Singers directed Holidays Due For Weary Students Thanksgiving holidays will begin" for TWC students after classes Wednesday. Classes will resume, Monday, with all dormitories re-opening f '^unda^EJat 1- p.m. Because of the Thanksgiving holidays, there will be no Nov. 20 edition of The Rambler, stat- ed Mike Wood, editor. by Dr. Howard Skinner, director of choral activities, gave the choral call to worship. Walter Bennett, senior, led the audience in a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1962

V-> Page Two the rambler Tuesday, November 20, 1962 t* •Students (Create C^ampuS *3t rntaae pr ^ The image presented' by Texas Wesleyan College is de- pendent upon the image the TWC students create. When we answer questions brought before us about our school in a de- grading manner, others cannot help but have a bad impres- sion of our school. All of us criticize occasionally. This is a normal and natural thing to do. But, there is a difference between good and bad criticism. Do you offer good criticism by also offer- ing good suggestions to remedy the situation? if the truth were known we all criticise situations when sometimes we do not even realize why the problem exists, much less pother to think of a solution. *-r—' Next time, before any of us so graciously allow our 6Htkism^/o be known, let's wait just a moment and think whethrrr we are offering good criticism or whether jve are criticising just to have something to talk about. When you hear a friend running someone or some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1962

$ Tuesday, Naftember 20, 1962 THE RAMBLEt Page Three Dummy Proves to be Constant Friend Of Gifted Junior Speech-Drama Major VENTRILOQUISM has led to a close friendship between Dav-' ;d Erskine, Fort Worth junior, and his wooden cft^nmy, Ron- ny 'Darney.^-Daytd-"and Ronny have signed with Montgomery Ward's to do Christmas sales promotion. " —Photo by Marcel's Dr. Wonders Gives Talk Dr. Alice Wonders, chairman, of the division of religion and pbil sophy, addressed members of t American Association of Univer- sity Women at their fiftieth an- niversary luncheon Saturday at the Woman's Club. Dr. Wonders spoke on "Chang- ing Culture of the Arabs." if ybu Are □ IFYOO'RENOT. □ IFYOU IWItMD TO GET □ IF YOU'RE ENGAGED TO BE □ IF YOU ONCE WERE □ IF you Won't be D . MARRIED. SST Pegtod HOLLYWOOD - Wednesday by Jane Rudolph Rambler Assistant Editor Searching for something differ- ent or unusual, David Erskine, jun- ior speech-drama major, became interested in ventriloquism some nine years ago. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1962

/ V Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 20, 1962 Faculty Members Settle, in Texas But Still Retreat To Fish, 'n Cattle Dr. Streett Continues Study of Frog Liver •by Kosanhe Harvey Rambler Staff Writer Some faculty members translate Swahili philosophy in their spare time, some study t&e nocturnal habits of puppies, and Still others candy eucalyptus leaves. Dr. and Mrs. Ira Mayfield are content with working on a crossbreed of Santa Dr. and. Mrs. Mayfield Gertrudis and Hereford cattle. The two fall additions to the TWC faculty in the education and Alumni Bulletin Stresses Academic Excellence Here A four-page bulletin has rec- ently been'issued by the Alumni Association entitled "Lamplight- er from the Alumni Association." The bulletin explains the project, "Academic Excellence," which has been adopted by the alumni. . "I firmly believe that the Alum- ni Association of Texas Wesleyan o College can be of immeasurable help in our every effUfc-t^o bring about an increaseing degree ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1962

Tuesday, November sV ~\ THE RAMBLER < „v ■ Page Five European Studies Institute Provides Seven Scholarships for Foreign Study TEN TWC STUDENTS received their Sursing diplomas from Peter Smith Hospital Friday night. They are, front row, Brenda Bess, valedictorian; Emily Saylors, John Young, Jack Newell, Carl Graves, Jr-, and Edmond Brister^ second row, Edwina Hall, Robert Wagman, Carolyn Hall, ana John Dees. Ten Student Nurses Awarded Diplomas In Exercises Friday at Poly Methodist Ten student nurses were award- ed diplomas from Peter Smith School of Nursing at 8 p.m. Friday in Polytechnic Methodist Church chapel. The students take academic work at TWC. The scKffol is af- filiated with both Peter Smith Hospital .and All Saints Hospital. Rev. T. L. Duncan, chaplain at the USPHSH addressed the group. 0. B. O'Dell, chairman of the Hos- pital District Board, presented the diplomas. Receiving diplomas were: Bren- da Bess of Arlington, valedictor- ian; Emily Saylors of Fort Worth, saluta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1962

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 20, 1962 Four From TWC Faculty Attend Big State Meeting REARIN' TO GO is the 1962-63 edition of the Ranfbasketball team, which will open the season n<xt Tuesday night at 8 p.m. against Howard Payne at Public Schools Gygn. Front row, left to right, are Trainer Mike Henley, John Giesler, Bob Merder, Chip Combs, Cecil Goff, Buddy Gra- ham, Larry Phelps, David Weber and Manager Corky Schron. Back, same order, are head coach Elm^r Hanebutt, Jerry Gilbert, Pete Brown, Tommy Huff, Irvin Rue, Marvin Picha, Tom- my.'Thomson, Don Willis and assistant coach Waiter Langston. , Rams Start Countdown Four faculty members repre- sented TYYC at the annual Big State Conference m ig recent- ly at Southwestern University at Georgetown. Attending were Elmer Hane- butt, head basketball coach; Wal- ter Langston, assistant coach; O. D. Bounds, golf coach, and Dr. W. •It. Thompson, faculty athletic re- presentative. In highlights of the meeting, the ■x'tifiche? and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1962

JUDGE GECRGE W ; i WARS' THE RAM8LSR TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 TWC Seeks $150,000 In Methodist Campaign VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1962 No. 10 Dr. Wallace Graves, TWC Dean of Men, spoke Nov. 28 and 2!' at two Methodist meetings in an ap- peal for 150.000 to be directed to- ward the construction of a health cent* ! on the TWC campus. At the IN ARAB WORLD Dr. Wonders Speaks On Changing Culture <5* "No longer do' we associate the Arab world with caliphs, harems and the Arabian Nights," said Dr. . Alice W. Wonders in assembly to- day. '■The .Arabs have amalgamate*! the cultures of the Middle East for three thousand years," said Dr. Wonders, chairman of the division of philosophy and religion. "They are the center of the most import* tant happenings in the worjfk to- day." * r * Explaining that what the Arabs do will make a difference to us, she said, "The conflict of ideolo- Alice Wonders .J g,es — democracy or communism — is as gre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1962

/' Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, December 4, 1962 ^Jree ~£)etermines Our Rot, a, 5L, W. A A->' kxi*U\ • Vr> , - One thing that Americans firmly believe in is the im- portance of the individual and his achievements, but *his concern for only the individual is not enough. We must see our. aims and goals not only at the level of the individual but at the level of society as a whole. This is true of our role as a member of a club or organi- zation. It is necessary to express our ideas and opinions for these ideas are what "help to strengthen or weaken our club. Though the will of the majority in all classes is to prevail, the minority possess their equal rights. We should not think only of the benefits and rewards we will reap, but the best thing for the club. . g If you want a better organization, do your part in strength- ening it. Think of what would be best for the club at large. We cannot expect all the mejnbers to cpm%, to a full agree- ment on a standard list of fundamental...

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