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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1956

Wfc. Mmw'fcHUWimmwwww w in will i iimiwftii"* i^ii iniKWnffn 'a m m*f i ifnn i mr" i %-r#^ TWff RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students -1b & FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, I956 No. 26 ..f BULLETIN! Looking for an interesting summer Job? Young men Interested in ap- plying for positions as camp counselors, waterfront directors, and similar jobs at a summer camp near Kerrville can pick up application blanks from Mr. Ward. A youth director's job for the summer is also available at a Methodist church in another city. TWC students interested should check with Mr. Ward at their earliest convenience. Foreign Study Open For U. S. Students SIS" k I UK AMIS social club, presented 16 new members at the annual presentation ball held Friday [at the Colonial Country Club. Standing, left to right, Mickey Moyer, Betty Burnett, Carolyn pnury, Sylvia Mancil, Maude Reed, Hisako Turu, and Alta. 'Lewis. Sitting, left to right, Sue en, Clora Dean Sutton, Joyce Chapman, Betty "Browder, and Virginia H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1956

Page 2. THE RAMBLER Tuesday, A /4U- rfoK&UMft' . Lillian Novosad, our three-time A;.-American from« TWC, may not be able to'attend the OlyjomicV in. Paris this summer if she cannot raise $ 1,000. She has been chosen a member of the Women's All-American Volleyball Team for the last three years, and has been aslced to represent the United States and TWC at the Olympic games this summer in Paris. Lillian, however, doesn t have the tunds to pay her transportation and expenses^ We fee! that she should not be^expected to pay her own way. She will be representing us and what we stand for against communism. . Lillian is an at- tractive, wholesome girl who will be an excellent am- bassador to athletes from all over the world.- With Lilliao will go not only athletic ability but charm and grace. She will be representing the students of Texas Wesleyan College to people all over the world. Lil- lian would never lei us down. ARE WE GOING TO LET HER DOWN? Let's get behind "Lillian Novosad Nigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1956

I THE RAMBLER legians Urged Act Politically the publican parties y to encourage i"n to tnlw an ve pmt In the itic<U party of .oijcor. f! by (hp : rig House "51 r, j nat Democratic j Leonard Hall, i an Chairman, Coeds Chopse Campus Togs In Soda Pop -Colored Separates Page "J. by W<! t h - and politic 'i - wl ^"Ja pop colors of Mrawborry tan olive green polished cotton skirt I "" ,A MIME red, ffrne green, and orange crush'with unpressed pleats topped by a •"> previously mentioned are fresh and fairly the.,fcrpathe of I narrow-striped sleeveless blouse in ' tiat tin.e, plat <•, and occasion were \ spring. In separates there is no colors of orange, white, ttand olive i h • 'ile of 'h> thumb governing what 'end to the clever combinations we green, the latter picking up the | ' s wear. Along this jean use. One of the smartest shows color of the skirt. line of thought, however, we fall i.orange and yellow coin dots on al Cute is the word for the border! background of white c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1956

1/ / *0 P-age 4. itti •HWHWOWK.Vtf' THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April I? Badminton Tourney Began Wednesday The girls' intramural badminton tournament began Wednesday and the night at 6 30„ln^he gym, first rounds in tennis intramurals ) man, are to be played by Thursday. The |junior; tournament is a double elimina- feated tion tournament, in which the loser Jessie 0 ma Baze, senior; ; senior, defeated freshman; Myra Dixie Bennett, Larue Harper, Herring, fresh- defeated Peggy Caraway, Virginia Hill, junior, de- Neomi Hopkins, freshman; Horton, sophomore, de- Lynn McGown, senior; Ni- of the first game will then enter r feated the consolation tournament. The na Goodwin, senior, defeated Bet- losers will play the losers and thejty Wakefield, sophomore; Sally- winners will play the winners, j Lord, sophomore, defeated Marcia ffver.i Lemon, junior; Shirley Shurley, j DeLonga Will Speak At MSM Tomorrow Mr. Leonard DeLonga, assistant professor of art, will speak at the Methodist Student Movement to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 April 1956

niitfiiiiiiiiii SISS&! 3 ttW £> THE RAMBim LILLIAN NOVOSAD NIGHT FRIDAY FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1956 No. 27 Attend TIPA Conference; ibler Takes Third Place < College Journal- :this Panel discussion was Mrs. h i ■■ of the Texas Langston, whose subject-was "Pay- Pr< ss Association j'n8 for the Annual." at San Angela Col- i The trip through the Newsfoto .1 5 4. Those attend- 'Publishing Company„was one of the l'WC " ampils were 'outstanding features Included in nine. TXWECO ed- jthe program. Everyone a Murray C. Sells Library Approved; Work to Begin by Commencement Sue"Griffin, TX- i attending the convert* Henry Calhoun. ; t'on was given free passes to the ! , and Mis. Joann jlty sponsor. They the conference with mors for the Ramb- ird talks by out- ists on "ApplviTig :m." "Sports Wrlt- illege ' Newspaper g Journalism in >ubHc Relations," i Radio and TV," ties in Advertis- ;-:iori was held on ,f Producing Col- Participating in Calendar Ipril 24— [Picnic at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 April 1956

fagc 2. *&iCCi4,*t 'Ttwobact F' day Lillian Novosad Night. We are honoring ouc three tirng All-American w;th an c'd fashion fun niqht at the tennis courts. AH the profits will be used to help send Lillian to Paris, France for the summer Olympics. Lillian needs $ i ,000 to cover the expenses of her trip. The United States government doesn t take care pf the expenses for the team. The reason is to keep the American Olympic teams and team mem- bers strictly amateur. We tee! that(this is the right way to do it." We don't want a "kept" Olympic team. _ ~ Without government, financing the pleasure fans to-US to support America's top athletes. This is a way that we can all have a part in the world cham- pionship games. Students,at Texas Wesleyan College have an ex- ceptionally fine opportunity to participate, because one of the stars is a product of our own school. There are few schools in the United States that have this honor. There are very few schools the size of TWC that have manuf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 April 1956

'mininVi^iriri St, thev ' ■■■' i ^Ir^U. had i : E.V2B > ,rs rhjts nut hill TE W -err.beri J '"••> pw 1 ?a:r :j at •.V'JsJ • -iffian Xsj class i on*' Sutsl -ing, hot I have I Stwl day nighi| ctively. Hotel" and Stes at purposj J ■24 1956 THE RAMBLER Page 3. M Critique by Colburn ORGANIZATION?; Elections, Fetes Set Top Student Leader Returns From Three Months Abroad I hud tfr.' pleas- it :>ung man at my M,s nnra«, he* told •n !iart*-r and added, tne name of a Greek ,■< don't ask me why ied me after him." I, 1 not Later I found is . ailed him "Butch" irn-' I counted among id likewise did so. nation tin that Wrst , fl almost everything n Jamas Joyce with of . Albert Einstein thither and yon. t pic was narrowed that we had read, nv rsation I fodind ant sense of humor teh," had. r." ting with Butch, i I hapj>ened to iirtvc r> I of poem* by contemjMj ; We mulled over these interest and came to t ho ad a book rary poets, with great conclusion Various clubs on the campus ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 April 1956

ft* 9 te 4. THE RAMBLER Positive Thinking Brings Peace of Mind People Bv IK>N HICKS " " In a recont talk in Fort Worth, I)r. William C. Manning;-!' of the famous Menningcr Clinic of Tope- ka, Kansas, stated that ol 180.000 doctors in the country only 8,000 art- phyvchiutrist*. which is only 1 < enough. Statistically one has a belter chance of occupying a hos- pital b<'d as a mental patient than as, a patient with only physical af- fliction. This seems to point out that the weight of supporting out- type of culture is beginning to tell Two writers who are worthy of note in a consideration of positive thinking are Norman V, Peale, 'author of the, famous "The Power of Positive Thinking" and a less I eonspicltiUK writer, Baptist ft. Lof- : ton Hudson, author of "The Re- ligion of a Sound Mind," "The Ke- ligion of a Mature Person," "Tap- roots for Tall Souls," and otluys. j These nun see positive thinking | within the scope of reality. The ! goal of mental rehabilitation and psy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 May 1956

WmmmmOrn^-.^^ ii i "iil i r'ni ri ■■BMiaii iimm'i ii iiuM'iiiiiiiiwwi i' n 11 Ynfli'i. v 1/ iyi S/&Z** I THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY I, 1956 No. 28 ice, Dorman, Hailey Vie for S. C. Prexy loilege Students Serve Through US World-Wide Service Projects 3. is a project that Is spon- students in different col- 1 over the, world. A ser- " ' Mnnation for the world j community, it Is the Id-wide channel for interna- kooperation with thirty- It national branches in Africa, f :i ■ the Middle East , and |h Arr.erica. W. U. S. is the whereby needy students [ themselves. • f p resettles exiled students |a: is rt fugees. Supplies, medi- ■ anil other medical equipment often supplied through this or- fcation. ' ie W. U. S. not only helps needy jents but trains students for Ltime jobs so they can help [selves. It provides the funds |uild dorms and ^ the stbdent jers. |rtv percent of Pakistan's stu- will not finish college be- they lack financial help....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 May 1956

taqe7. THE RAMBLER Tuf>vd i y V. The following appeared in a "Miami Hurricane .. ° sporty column, byiined byy Brian Sheehan. While its not an editoriai in the strictest sense, we thought it was worth passing a'ong because it s an interesting commentary on a much-dis!iked subject: George wasnt' much different from all the other frosh fcxjtball players who every year influxed the campus of College Town, U. S. A. He was from a small hick whistle-stop near the Eastern Seaboard of Georgia and was a rather inter- esting individual. He made better-than-average •y' grades and generally kept out of trouble. , Oh sure, there were a couple of scraps around campus, and he got bawled-out by the coach, but everything else was all right. George was awfully excited when he first came to College Town. Ge'fting to play college football is something big, especially -when you are from a shall town, and George had visions of stardom...someday. It was while George was in high school that some men came...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 May 1956

v, May 1, 1956 I K VM t - I r W RultfiKht . . " « . a • mm imma ■—« . • • J •T:., THE RAMBLER ORGANIZATIONS Page 3. • - Slumber Parties, Off icer Elections Add Variety To Club Activities Musical l'ro<ii((ie in IhiihU (ipera Sensiffy :-'KS, liiusic Kwisf May). I nai Id [sent Si | n thai ;k's riai mjor from 1 54 ar mer ( ligh i manaa baskeS the I ion es tl Jnion, | I a nit' |m nkWl erve<l| Ire Ihose i Patricia Me- v of a pretty dared to be- hter. Here Miss Mc- •,f the fascination for f the bulls and the of excitement that n the classic simpli- of the corrida Slumber "parties, elections of of- jficecs, and meetings add variety to i the activities of the clubs on the :' arnpus. Omicron Gamma Omicron had its spring slumber party on April 20, in the jllome Economics House. The high- light of the party was the big fried | chicken supper served at mid- ! Peggy Caraway, ; I-ois Hinegardner, Don Ann iiUfUhter is a hook about a - n /if a man's world ■n'^' , " . she achieved. 1 Members at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 May 1956

ggppfr MCMMMH ■MMHMNMBMMHHHMHINNMMNMBaB Pay 4. C THE RAMBLER —7^)f " Tueidd, M«, TWC Netmen Blank Out St'. Mary's, St. Edwards Texas Wesleyan netmen blanked out St Mary's, 4-1, in Big State Conference play here Saturday anil rifln>vl to win the final three matches to topple St. Edward's, 3-2, Monday at TWC. The Rams were victorious in all three single matches and split in the doubles with the St. Mary's netmpn. The results: Fred Kester, TWC, beat Juve Gonzales, 6-1, 9-7. Stanley Underwood, TWC, beat Mike Medina, 6-3, 6-3. Denzil Duncan, TWC, beat Hum- bert Maldonado, 6-2, 2-,6 6-3. Gonzales and Medina beat Kes- ter and Underwood, 8-6, 7-5, Duncan and Bill Bazzel beat Jim Silva and Maldonado, 6-0, 6-3. ■Rams Den^fi Duncan and Billy Braz2el nipped Tom Blanc and Jim PatteHo, 13-11, 6-3, In the top match with St. Edward's. * The results: Joe Nieto, St. Edward's, beat Fred Kester, 6-4, 6-4. ° Tom Blanc, St. Edward's, beat Stanley Underwoo, 6-4, 6-4. Denzil Duncan, TWC, beat Car- Decis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 May 1956

r-lSi7ir'iii.iirfiiiniViiliii)rr:v'vTfv: ■■■—■-- LTH Well. WW KAMSUtt 'Brigadoon' To Be Presented Thursday, Saturday. jx, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 8. 1956 No. 29 rigadoon'.Comes to Life May JO,12 Productions Ml< KEY MOVER living in Dallas. She has r i musical comedy, j had a number of recordings re- in the Division of ; leased under the name Virginia 10 and 12, at 8:00 Thompson. Gene Perkins is a • Arts Auditorium, [drama major from Fort Worth, in the play __ are j He apeared in both plays "School for Husbands" and "Antigone," which preceded one. "Other members of the cast are: Charlie^Daiyrmple, 'iruitt Ford; Jean MacLaren, Josie Sellers; Maggie Anderson, Cherry Maddux; Tarry Beaton, Ronnie MeManus; Archie Beaton, JEarl Bush; Mr. Lundie, Bill Griffin; Andrew Mac- Handy, as Toftmy Harvey, as Fiona •ginla Thompson, n and Gene Perkins, ,television and the Theater, is now an TWC voice dep ad the lead part of inian's Rainbow", en at TWC. Joyce major from Fort : are.1 in "Finia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 May 1956

TisLL 0 r ' .1 If you are mentally healthy, you fee! comfortable about yourself, you feel right about other people, and you are able to meet the demands of life. These are characteristics of mentally healthy people, according ti the National Association for Mental Health. Do you feel corrifortable about yourself? If so? 1. You are not bowled over by your own emo- tions — by your fears,, anger, love, jealousy, guilt or worries. 2. You can take life's disappointments in your stride. 3. You have a tolerant, easy-going attitude to- . wards yourself as well as others: you can laugh at yourself. 4. You neither under-estimate nor over-estimate your abilities. 5. You can accept your own shortcomings^ 6. You have self-respect. N 7. You feel able to deal with most situations that come your way. 8. You get' satisfaction from the simple, every- day pleasures. Do you feel right al&ut other people? If you do: 1. You are able to give love and to consider the interests of others. 2. You have pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 May 1956

!,,v; *. >v:'ii'=rT<yr^^: ffcHWi 4 V*#*a*l3&&+"%!iQt*.yirK* MriflttattlocauuiA* 11 «■ £* * •>, i p/ THE RAMBLER tday. May tM ^ | Wj II nd si| |itorijJ 3ni« 1 -I '•n-i n *« I ■ . th« a wa| i, an teM * w?r-ii :(i y« JNIE1 and j ilayinj the a SPEAK ft? j the on ia he ying. veto! ivary Named Recipient If Four Hundred Books Page 3. 't iibrary has recently been the jent ol a collcctian of over hundred bonks Mrs. W. A. |)d of Fort Worth gave this Irtion in memory of her sister, Tall Clonts Thoirfpson. immer Jobs ten for Students [ents interested In summer jobs are urged to con- the Admissions Office im- .Kvording to W. A.''Ward A'missions Office. summer counseling jpbs . n fwi both men and women. : r ■ hurch jobs are also avail- :, < (dents interested "In do- uth ind children's work. liday Ranch Site Alpha Chi Banquet Lid.;'. Ranch was the scene of annual Alpha Chi banquet last fstjay, May 3. Elizabeth For- Tpi" -idt'd and Jack Sanders was pnt to give the invocation, k,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 May 1956

.t . .$*iy Tuesday Commencement Calendar Tu«*tdivy May &— 4.O0P M. Hlgmf Alpha Iota Farewell.; Party Mrs. Sone'S Home Thur*d.i>, M i> 10—1 8 00 P M. Musical Show "Brigadoon" Fine /frt.s Auditorium Friday. M*) "— 8:00 P. M Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha. Presentation Dance Peninsula Club Saturday, May 12— 3:00 P.M. IX D. Picftic Eagles Nest on Kiftjle , Mountain Lake 8:00 p. M. Musical Show "Brigadoon" Fine^Arts Auditorium : Hardin Simmons Downs TW 6-1 In Golf Match • ^ Hardin Simmons defeated Texas • Wesleyan, 0-1, in a golf match Wednesday afternoon at the Mea- dow brook Golf Course. •• ^ Hardin Simmons' Arlyn Scott, who shot a par 71, sidelined Ernest Linton, 1 up, in the featured match. Don Hill scored the Rams' only point with a 1 up victory over Gale Shed. The results: Arlyn Scot#, Hardin SinUmons, beat Ernest Linton, 1-up; Duane Blair, Hardin Simmons, beat Rex Hill, 3-2; Scott and Blair beat Lin- ton and Hill. 1 up; Don Hill, TWC, beat Gale Shed, 1-up; Henry Whit-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 May 1956

m 0 -My % w THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 15. 1956 *No. 30 Shipp, Talkington, Sanders Win Class President Elections Poll Dorman Defeats I Hailey for Prexy \\ IVANS, Rhealene Stewart, Sultana Zolgrafos, Jackie i l Carol Wonders, were presented Friday, May 14 at the C b by 'Sigma Alpha Iota, national music sorority. Seven of Phi Mu Alpha, national music fraternity, were also J. D. Shipp, Jr., Fred Talkington, and Ed Sanders were chosen to head the Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes for_l 956-57. The class elections were last Tuesday after chapel. Dale Dorman, junior from Al- bany, Georgia, is the newly elect- ed Student Council president after his Tuesday defeat over Bill Hai- ley, Hillsboro junior; Dale expresses his apreciation to the student b6dy in these words: ''To those who haye vested . their trust and confidence in me, I would like simply and sincerely to say thank you. very much. I shall carry out the duties of this office to the bes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 May 1956

a ■a & v r V Ml rage 7. ___________ "'picture *Defiends On College students are almost unanimous in their agreement on the principle that the- future ot our nation depends upon sensible conservation of' our natural resources. Conservationists were given little Heed until the administration of Teddy Roosevelt es- tablished a basic conservation policy for our nation. Since that time, concern for our natural resources has steadily increased, despite temp©rary setbacks and reverses. In certain areas we are now growing more timber per year than is being cut, which speaks well for conservation management of this particular vital resource. In other fields the trend is stiff on the negative side. J In order to get collegiate opinion on this issue, Associated Collegiate Press sampled from a repre- sentative cross-section of college students, asking the following question: Many forward looking individuals have stated that conservation of our natural resources is vital to continued prosper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 May 1956

miiwiiir—| f O "y 15 j M 'fl Morxjl an • 1 miss fu"- ^ 1 line jj « Son? , #y that] |will fc; ' O s«j * ?' <" th?, th" 14 ' will 19561 THE RAMBLER F. Goodrich Announces fogram to Aid Education f financial aid to J of higher training and make addi- n which it do- j tional cost-of-education giants to j { ih' mod compre- the institution furnishing instrue- \ nsored by a pri- tional services. ,i., announced today J Employees' personal gifts to col- j (leges and universities will be matched by the Company. The ,iod i hi u I ext yen ssistaht ^minder - iminatim fs that tia irly regis Copjfs |are still oixlrieh Company, yer, Chairman of VV. S. Richardson, that the Company j tilable approximately j '">() for student schol- ivoe tuition sharing, j matching, research of-. Vacation grants 11s of financial aid to inive rsities. v. of the program," "is.* td entourage k higher educa- assist them in obtain- Mht colleges and urfi- ontributing financial and beyond their tuition rid to provide ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 May 1956

MRMMMMMMMMMMMMW ' Page 4. THE RAMBLER Tuesd* M - -nf~ Streett Address (Continued from l'mse 2) which partakes of -*rti}£lon in j dangerous Ignorance. Innocen if is it.s*UK- l)l>- <1 state, th>; condition to subltmest aspects. In a recent disc u.-si on of the educational risk, President Tate of Southern Meth- odist University insisted upon re- gaining books on communism in the university library. "A great university,"' he said, "is the last iw maintain^! against •ten.-, of expei |( mthe all incur- more pre- •ous because, once lost, it can never lx> regained. Hut there should be profound meaning in the tradition that the fruit whereof Adam ale imparted to him the \ Fish, Sophs, Lead Sparkling Evening Spent In Intramurals At \Brigadoon' Producti0l vestige of f r<*edoni in America, knowledge of food and evil; in We have some risks to run—of the other words, experience, which is crackpot, of a man popping off out- j the ane.sthesis of innocence. * So side of his field, and...

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