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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 February 1951

Gamma Sigma to Give Dude Ranch Forty Opening Women's Socio Club Rush Week Blush week for women opens next Kildny with Gnmmii Slgnm giving the tlrst rush party of the second semester. Delta Hot a Is host of the second party the following night Feb. 10. TIP has their party Thursday night KVb. 1ft nnd the last party Is Feb. lfl given by Kappa Phi. Ru.shees will receive bids Satur- day Feb. t7. A variety of parties are to be given by the four women's clubs. Gamma Rigm.i is giving a Dude Language Letters Profs Host Party Honoring senior majors and mi- nors in the Division of Letters and languages a reception and pro- gram will be given tonight by the faculty representatives in that di- vision reports Miss Julia I.uker head of the English department. The reception will be given in the Ex-Students lounge while the - program is slated for the social hall. It begins at 7:30 p.m. The personnel of the Letters nnd Languages Division serving as host to the event are: Miss Beth Myatt instructor o...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 February 1951

Page 6 The War Whoop Friday February 2 1951. 'Credits Come From Classes Education from Library' l .IACK HAMPTON ".Students gel their ci edits from tin iliissimim lint thclt education pitnii'ii 1 1 inn the llbinry" .s.iy.s Mrs. RiiMtu II Molliii McMuny libra- ri.m. Ami .iiiyom who wants to dispute ln'i i liiltu ni'i'il only obsctvc tin1 "stiiiiiling loom only" cinwds whli'li I In- Mi'Miitty llbraiy "t- tr.irlH many times ji.it ticiilnrly iii-m tin' end hi M'liu'htiM.s. "I liy to make tln library an cnjoy.ihlc plan-" Mrs. Hollar tells sluilriitM 'ami I want you to feel Ui.it doing work there is not a hard ta.sk hut Is i rally a veiy pleasant mil'" Mrs. Hollar carries out her purpose with the help of Mrs. George Stcliimnn assistant libra- rian and Mrs. Doyle Ragle. Ap- ptoslmalely 20 women .students wmk as student assistants most of them woiking from 12 to 20 lioiu.s a week. I.lhrary fiuillllc at MeMurry liuxc grown extensively within Hi'' IivhI few cars. Kcn iin rc- rently as World Wa...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 February 1951

WAR WHOOP Volume XXVTII McMurry College Abilene Texas FridayrFcbruary9rr95T Number7! 7 17 Head Fall Honor Roll With 3.00 Grade Average .sajat ? BBBKSbBBBbV BB BWE- si'W a iBBBBa WML 4 Honor roll for the fall semester Is topped by seventeen students who maintained a 3.00 grade aver- age according to figures released Campus Calendar Monday Feb. 12 General as- sembly. Tuesday Feb. IS Howard Payne game here; film. Wednesday Feb. t4 Chapel. Friday Feb. 16 Austin Col- lege game there; Klva assem- bly. Saturday Feb. IT Distribu- tion of bids to women rushees. Gandy Shilling Assume Offices Of Student Council Billie Gandy and Roy Shilling recently elected freshman and sen- ior representatives respectively to the student Council served in their first official capacity Monday night at a dinner honoring the Abilene Christian council. Billie was chosen to fill the place of Patsy Bcaty who quit school at mid-semester and Shilling fills the vacancy of Jean Lindsey who graduated. Eight members of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 February 1951

Hey gnls lot's learn to bowl! Since the opening of the student center Director Bush has offered the services of Bob Brookshirc student bowling man- ager to teach bowling classes especially for the female popu- lation of the Reservation. Bowling is a great sport. A number of student have just recently discovered this to be true. If the cards arc played right or to be more technical if the alleys arc preserved hundreds of other students will also be able to "find this new sport." However those alleys are just as tender or perhaps more so than a new-born babe. Just a flicker of dust is a declared enemy of the alleys and pins. Special oil running around $4.80 a gallon must be applied to the alleys twice or three times daily. The actual cost of the alleys themselves runs well into the thousands. It's no small expense keeping them in condition in order to preserve them for "other discoverers." For that reason we suggest "gals let's learn to bowl." True many of the McMurry men are ignorant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 February 1951

LAST MINUTK DKTAIUS FOR RUSH WEKK are being worked out by the four women's social club presidents as they relax with a coke in the Student Center. Left to right are: Nancy Harkey Duncan TIP; Charlene Ross Gamma Sigma; Jan Black Delta BetaEpsilon; Mildred Doyle Seaton Kappa Phi. Gamma Sigma Gives Party To Open Women's Rushing Rush parties for the thirty wom- en rushecs of the spring semester will begin tonight with Gamma Sigma as host at a "Show-Boat" party at 7:00 p.m. in the home of Charlene Ross president. AH four parties will be costume affairs with rushecs dressing "backwards" for the Delta Beta Epsllon's Backward Party Satur- day; and the women will don their Spanish regalia for the TIP party Thursday Feb. 15. Martha Wash- ington clothes will be seen at the last party Feb. 16 when Kappa Phi is host. Rushces sign their preference cards Saturday morning Feb. 17 tipnimmnnrmrmrMrm RIGHT-WAY J i 5 "You Can't Go Wrong the Right-Way' J J BKN H. GRAY Owner i i ! 609 Oak Street Phone 52...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 February 1951

&&& Sports-Site v KNKI) TI1K MflllT IS. The Indinn cngcrs fiS-M "hcurt-brenkcr" In the Hownid Payne Yellow Jack- ets. The ( h.mce for retaliation conies up here Tuesday night when the Tribe again meets the .Jackets. The Indians now have a 2-3 con- ference win-loss record and badly need the game to keep in the TC running Ileal iinpoitant that the gym be full of McMurry support- ers I'd .say rilK STIUKNT BODY Is cer- tainly to be commended on the fine show of "school spirit" Tuesday night at the McMurry-ACC bas- kelh.ill game. Vrof Hyuum and company also played a major role as well as some fine music. Wo all h.ited to see "us" lose but ynu cm bet the Indians pave all they had. Theic's one tiling for sure ACC won so let's forget it and mmmw -m IT HAl'l or .IAN dropped Page 4 SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Friday February 9 1951. Papooses to Meet John Tarleton McMurry's basketball reserves the Papooses meet the John Tarle- ton Plow-boys In the McMurry gymnasium here Monday night In a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 February 1951

McMurry McMurry college Is applying for a United States Air Corps unit of the Reserve Officers Training Corps announces Gordon Bennett acting executive vice-president following the completion of certain form the application will he nent to the 14th Air Force Base Headquarter at Ronblns Bane Georgia. Inspector will then be sent to Investigate the physical plant of the college ac- cording to Information released from the Air Corps. A long period of waiting will ""WAR WHOOP Volume XXVm. McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday February 16 1951. Number 18 Hershey Tells Policy Of Drafting Students State director of Selective Serv- ice Brigadier General Paul L. Wakefield today announced re- ceipt of the following telegram front Major General Lewis B. Her- shey national director of Selective Service: "Policy permitting students to enlist in branch of service of choice will apply to college and high school students now being graduated and having their stat- utory postponements terminated for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 February 1951

Tribe to Battle Austin A6 I in Kiva to Meet Forum In Volleyball Intramural Tourney McMuiiv s gun is the site of hnttlc tonight as men's lntr.imuril alley bill c outturns TiilllRhl's games Include Kiva vs Kuruni at 6 pm .iiid Illll vs Kiishmon at 7 p in Next nl(H games wind up vol- leyball pla Tlio schedule follows: Monday 0:00 Junior v. Freshmen; 7 MM) Kl:i . IIIR. Tuesday 7:00 Jsophomores vs. INiruin. IHK's N(Xtot was lending the league with two wins against no losses through lust Kildnv Tho firshiuoli opened tho tour- nament with i fotfclt win over Kin Keb 7 Tho same night the Sophonious boat tho luniors two .straight ir-12 and 15-2 The ni'Xt night s Raines s iw 111K win 15-2 and 11-3 over tho Koruni and lumois tito a foiteit fiom Kiva Frid in IlfB. downed tho Sopho- mores 15-2 and 15-2 whilo tho Koiuiii won bv foifoit over the Junior Cager Tells New Excuse for Missing .liU'kle Henderson Iiiim conic up with something new In the way of excuses for mlwtlng bas- ketball shots. Hender...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 February 1951

9mmmnntmtimt0mmmmmmmmitmmmmmmmmmmmm Sports-Site TRACK COACH J. VERNON MILLIARD la building his hopes for Ills sprint relay team (consists of two 220's a 440-yard dash and an 880-yard run) around co-cap-tain Richard Adams and Justly 80. ADAMS A LANKY JUNIOR I1IOM ROKCOK Is the only re- turning member of last year's "dream" quartet. The 1050 crew consisted of Tommy Tyrell -who wilhdiew from school at semes- tot and Kraut?. Myatl who grad- uatod. running the 220's Forest Scott another senior on the 410 and Adams finishing up with hln sSO-ynrd run. TliK I'OVRSOMK'H MAIN CLAIM TO "I'AMK" came last March at the Texas Relays in Austin. They combined to run a .'1:25.7 mile although they finished second to Loyola University of Chicago. Unusual to say the least was the lact that all five teams entered In the race broke the Texas Relay lecord. McMurry's time. In- cidentally turned out to be the fifth fastest In the nation last sea- son. ADAMS' 1:52.9 880 IN RRUW PAYNE. McCLESKEY Senior Cagers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 February 1951

In accordance with a recommendation by General Eisen- hower to "let bygones be bygones" German war prisoners guilty of atrocious crimes against the Americans during World War II have been released. Less than live years ago the English the Americans the Russians and the Chinese were fighting the Japanese and the Germans. Today the Chinese are split the Japanese and the Germans ate unarmed and the British and the Americans are practically battling with the Russians. "Let bygones be bygones' . . . it's a strange world that five years can change enemies and friends so easily. It seems that the ultimate wish of the "bygones" is for the Japanese and the Germans to express a desire to arm against the Com- munists both Russian and Chinese. True in order to accomplish a world of peace peoples of every country must forget must let "bygones Jbe bygones." However if the purpose is as presumed to merely rearm the Japanese and the Germans what real end has been accom- plished? War battles fight g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 February 1951

t Women's Rush Season to Close With Distribution of Bids to Rushees Spring rush season for women' social clubH Will be concluded to- morrow at noon with the dlstrlbu- Hon of bids to rushees. Pinal party wtll be given tonight by Kappa Phi. Kusheen lgn their cards at 7:46 In the. morning at the office of Mis Jennie Tate dean of women and return at 12t8A to receive bid. Club presidents are requested to mihmlt their bid at ?:AA In the morning and return at 12:8ft p.m. to got pledge lliita. KAPPA Pill Kappa Phi In host to the last rush party of the spring semester tonight at 5:30. Rushees will conic dressed an hobos to the "Hobo Party" at Cobb Park. Mrs. Fishtr Givts Private Collection To McM Library Approximately 1000 books have recently been donated to the Mc- Murry library by Mrs. W. D. Fish- er of Canadian. Highlighting the collection arc a group of early American biogra- phies and an Illustrated copy of "Pilgrim's Progress." Other valuable parts of the col- lection are complete sets...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 February 1951

Pc6 The War Whoop Friday February 16 1951. McMurry Practice Preachers Soy Experience Necessary By .1ACK IIAMITON "Good ministers don't Just Imp- ppn" an Oklahoma City newspaper told It.s renders recently. "Four years or college study plus three years of graduate study In semi- iiiiry are Just two of tin; miiny prerequisites for preaching." And ninny McMurry student iiiIiiIhIiI's would (idd it third re- quirement "experience." Thirty- one ol MeMurry's ministerial stu- dents lire now engaged either in lull-time or pnrt-tlnio work in Methodist churches near Abilene. Mnny of these have families anil live near (heir churches traveling many miles each week to and from classes at McMurry. Others live in Abilene nml go to their "charges" sometimes as many as three times each week to visit preach and help map activi- ties of the congregation for the week. KcMiinMlhilMies of a pastorate nre exacting. The student min- ister usually carries a heavy load in classroom work In addi- tion to fillin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1951

' if fc Mardi By BYKDIK WEST Masks and costumes will dominate the first spring all- college social the Mardi Gras tonight. The eighth annual festival will begin with the Grand March at 7:30 in the college gymnasium. All students are urged to attend the annual event in costumes and masks explains Miss Margaret Oodbey director of the Women's Physical Education de- Senior Deadline Set Monday Monday has been act as the dead- line for ordering senior invitations reports Hugh Daniel class presi- dent who is handling the orders. Daniel has set up a table In the hall of the administration building Red Cross Quotas For McMurry Set at $150 Campaign to raise $150 on the McMurry campus for the American Red Cross begins Monday in as- sembly. Albert Llndley heads the drive assisted by Hubert Middlcbrooks Claude Morrison Charles Yar- brough John Turner Lavcrne Adams Byoung-Kec Min and Frances Hynds. Students will be posted at tables in the administration building to accept voluntary contributions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1951

Page 2 The War Whoop Friday March 2 1951. Band to Appear In Heart o' Texas Festival at Brady MoMurry Indian hand members will go to Brady Saturday where they will mnko their second ap- pearance within three years at the Henit o' Texas hand festival. At least 22 high school hands and almost 2000 members will par- ticipate In the festival according to llnvmond T. Bynum McMurry band director. The McMuny musicians were the feature band at the first fes- tival held In 1910 presenting a variety concert and marching in the parade which climaxed the celebration Band directors and students in the area requested that the Indian band be the feature hand again this year. Soloists on Saturday's program will be Hob Kern Gary Zook Ted- dy James Elaine I shell James Pollard and Servando Trevino. Trevtno and Tat Brandt will also be featured in dancing the "Jerabe Tapatto" or "Mexican Hat Dance" which was featured on last week's concerts at the International Stu- dents' Friendship Day celebration In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1951

McM Traclcsters to Indian Take 84-54 75-72 Wins From AcVI Buttling to hoop tlioil Texas Conteienoo championship hopi s alive the MeMurr.x Indians made il "two In a toxx" oci the Texas AM JaxollniiN Thin stl i Fob 2J xxith a decisive 81-51 xietoiv. Tor MeMurr thr giiino uns it set-ond in n crlos of rwsml- broakers Tl Indian liml brok- en I heir game muring murd tlio night before ullli a lb-Vi win oxci Hit iliivHIiins lltursdax's SI tallies totaled 150 points lui Iho Indians In their series with Aftl. Tln season's Hnnlo siw two In- dims llnisli up toui oiis ol his kothill oliglbilltx .mil pin stu- Q$ ling lAlos is will Hulioil Mi -Plosion iptuiod tlio gunes s oi -lug Illinois with 'JO points mil Kdg.u Paxno tossod In II xxlulo loinbining with Ciptiin link Kn li ov to inntiol tlio hickho.iids An undor-slod oiowd xxatelml tlio two teams fight on oxen tonus most of tlio first hilt tlio smio being tlod on olpht ou.isions mil A&I taking tlio loid on fom otli ol s Tho Indians pulled ali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1951

Brave-Les 0?oqU cm. . . ?& 6am$c Suvmg yom cuts loi the Willson lectures huh' Seems to be the gencial attitude mound this institution when chapel attendance is required fm an item such as the WillHon lectures to save up cuts and take off about that time lot coffee Nevei stopping to reflect even a moment that these lectures might bo enioyed Annually Mi andMis.1 M Willsou ot Floydada conti ibutc a considci able sum ol money to bung these religious and psychological spu.ikeis to the campus They aren't tiying to inflict punishment on the students by pioviding these lectures instead they are sincerely attempting to conti ibutc to the Reservation education Freshmen and tiansfeis to the campus might stall cutting these lectures without a moment's hesitation without thinking of then tiuc value Those students who cut the lectures ycaily arc usually those who stai ted out as f reshmen doing the same thing nevei attending one It's haid to appreciate classical music if one has nevei listene...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1951

Ragk Rtctivts Favorable Lottor OfRocontSpoakor Recont visitor and Hpenkcr on Die McMurry campus Miss Mnr- gnrct Bllllngslcy was very favor- ably impressed by McMurry ac- cording to a letter recently re- ceived. Miss Bllllngslcy who Is the ex- ecutive secretary of the Woman's Division of Christian Service of the Methodist Church in Japan Korea and the Philippines spoke to the student body and to the Christian Foundation Feb. 7. After returning to her office In New York Miss Bllllngslcy wrote to the Rev. Doyle Ragle director of re- ligious activities concerning her Impression of the campus. In the letter she said: "Thanks for the privilege of speaking to the student body and to the Christian Foundation at McMurry College. The students Impressed me very favorably. It seems to me that McMurry has more of a spiritual emphasis than is found in many of our schools. "Several of the students ex- pressed an interest in missions so I am hoping that a number of your young people will go into fu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1951

p The War Whoop Friday March 2 1951. Bynum Reveals Spring Concert Band Schedule Raymond T. Bynum director of Mc.Murry's Indian band outlines n. busy spring concert schedule for the 18-nie.mher group. Tuesday night the McMurry mu- sicians will be the after - dinner entertainment feature at the an- nual Abilene Chamber of Com- merce banquet at Hose Field House on the Hardin-Slmmons University campus. That afternoon the band will have performed at McMurry's dual track meet with Texas Christian university. Next Friday the group will per- form for 500 West Texas high school students attending a Hl-Y and Tri-Hi-Y convention on the McMurry campus. The band will go to Winters March 13 and to Merkel March 27 to present night: concerts spon- sored by high school band groups in those towns. A Wednesday chapel program is slated to be given by the band March 14. sgaa3gww.g.wciwccg?g3 BIG CHIEF CAFE B STUDENT LUNCHES STEAKS SANDWICHES fi The Best Food in Town 1407 Sayles 3WCWCCCW JOLLY CLEANERS A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1951

Sixth Annual Willson Lecture Series Concluded Sixth annual Willson lectures se- ries was concluded this morning with Ur. Ivouis Hadlcy F.vans' ad- dress "A Master for the Will" and Dr. Rvclyn Mlllis Duvall's speech "Love ns a Basts foi Mai- riage." Dr. Kans iAMtor of the First Presbxterian rhurrh of Holl- wond delivered nI lectures on the general topic "Wanted A Master for Thin Hour." Dr. Duvall executive secretin y of the National Council on Family Rclitions chose for her subject "Should We Marry Now." The series was launched Tuesday night with Dr. Duvall giving the WAR WHOOP Volume XXVm. McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday March 9 1951. 500 Hi-Y Delegates Meet In Radford Student Center Today is "Hi-Y Day' at Mc- Murry. More than 500 West Texas high school students will icgister for their annual district Hi-Y Confei- ence which opens today on the McMurry campus and continues through Sunday. Most of the conference sessions will be conducted in McMurry's new Radford Student Life Cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1951

Page 2 The War Whoop Friday March 9 1951. Hi-Y Conference Program miDAY MARCH 0 11 00 a m -3 00 p m Registration and assignment to homes at Abi- lene YMCA .1 15 pni -Meeting of club advisers and adult discussion group loaders Club lounge Radford Memorial Building Mc- Muirv College : 45 p m Opening session Carl Kennedy presiding Croup singing led by Bob Tiffany Piano Mrs Dub Wooten Invm it ion -Rev Harliu Woolard Minister Kirst Chris- tian Church VVohonio to college- Di Harold O Cooke president M Murrv College Well onie to city Mr Joe Cooley manager Abilene Chamber of Commerce Special Musir McMurry Indian band director Mr Ray- mond Bynum Address "Christianity Today Peace Tomorrow" Dr W T Walton vice-president Hardin-Simmons Univer sity Confucnoe Announcements Clyde R Seeley ri 00 p m Introductions Annctt Wright Organisation of discussion groups b.lfi pm Supper Iris Grahim dining hall McMurry College 7 10 p m Assembly Marvin Neely. presiding Kening Devotional "Kour Things Young People...

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