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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

Tuesday, April 9, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three S PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL Deka-Sakkara presentation Saturday night were back row, left to right: Charles Combs, Pat Campbell, Bob Merder, Robert Rox, Tommy Kearly, Steve Williams, Don Payne, Jim Keith, and Mike Wood. Front row, left to right are Joyce Hbpkins, Betty Black, Penny Stephens, Marilyn Herman, Kay Warlow, Milta Carter, Patty Meyers, Georgene Fanning, Rosanne Harvey, Sally Caldwell, Sandra Cox and Sharon Shilling. IMoon. River' Flows For Deka, Sakkara The twenty-ninth annual Pres- entation Ball of Deka Sorority and Sakkara Fraternity was held Sat- urday, April 6, at River Crest Country Club. Twelve young ladies and eleven men were presented as new mem- bers to the music of the Jack Cald- well orchestra. Mrs. Ruth Keating,, sponsor of Deka, and Carl Schrad- er, sponsor of Sakkara, weft mas- ters of ceremony. "Moon River," theme of the presentation, was carried out with a scene at the presentees' entrance and throughout the ballr...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 9, 19$3 APO'sSeek Charter; Provide Program Alpha Phi Omega, national ser- vice fraternity, will present the assembly program Tuesday, April modeling jobs in Paris and Brus- 1C. President Charles Willett will introduce tlw--members of the club and the Castleberry High School a capella choir will furnish the music. Joe Scanlon. national executive sels (sizes 12-14) and taking care of children in wealthy families. There are also a number of re- quests for girls to work as private maids with English-speaking Euro- pean families vacationing irt St. secretary, will conduct the formal ' i'ope, Juan les Pins and Antibes services," Thursday, April 18. The on the French Riviera. fraternity, which is seeking a The best paying jobs this sum- charter, will be given a battery of mer, Mr. Gordon pointed out, will tests. be in restaurants and factories. In order to be eligible for this Boys and girls who wait on tables charter the Texas Wesleyan chap- can expect...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

Tuesday, April 9, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five TWC Student Sacrifices Hair, Hunger For Starring Role in 'Huckleberry Finn by Kosanni' llarvej Rambler Staff Writer Most fellows gave up collecting dead toads and Barlow knives while in their early teens. Not Don Payne. Only a few weeks ago that boy had just begun to experience some of the pleasures of boyhood as poling a raft do\Vn the Missis- OVER EASTER HOLIDAYS sippi and dancing barefoot on a river bank. Of course, his new experiences have been confined to the circular stage at Casa Manana where he is currently starring in the Merry-Go- Round Theater production of "Huc- kleberry Finn." Don, a speech- drama major, rates his first pro. f Students Will Sleep, Eat From bees, to camp, to just plain sleep, the activities of Texas Wes- leyar. students go over the Easter holidays. Plafts are many and var- ied for each student as he* goes home for for the holidays to call a few minutes his own. Louise Bollman, sophomore from Lockney: "I'm goin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 9, 1963 Tuc THE RAMBLERS 'BEST DRESSED COUPLE OF THE WEEK,' Sally Caldwell and Larry Calloway, admire the latest in the fashion world. Both Sally and Larry are eligible ta compete at the end of the semester for the 'Best Dressed Couple of the Year.' —Photo by David Seal DELEAN'S BEAUTY . SALON SPECIALIZING IN HIGH FASHIONS Invites you to try our Spring Special- Reg. $15.00 PERMANENT $7.75 Plus free Lash and Brow Dye 2826 Rosedale i For Appointment JE 6-4461 s/Jr/// e> , Tradition Dictates A New Design As beautiful as today's bride — wedding ring sets by Orange Blossom, exclusively Haltom's. The House of Diamonds. The classic solitaire engagement ring and matching wedding band take on a new look of beauty . . . simply, yet exquisitely fashioned . . . designed to enhance its own diamond love- liness. Engagement ring shown is of precious 18k white gold and is priced from $225.00 . . . The Wed- ding band is $22.50. And how very easy it ft for you t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

Tuesday, April 9, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Seven Interested Students To Compete for Trip To 'College Bowl7 Program in Future Now is the chance for all of you who have a wide range of interest and knowledge in all fields. Under the directions of Mr. Leo E. Oliva, assistant professor of history, pkyis are now being made-' to pre- pare students for "College Bowl," a television program presented at 4:30 every Sunday afternoon. A few months ago several stu- dents and faculty members became interested in selecting a group from TWC to appear on the show. I«ast week a letter was received from "College Bowl" stating that TWC has been placed on the wait- inglist. As there are over 100 schools ahead of TWC, Mr. Oliva believes there will probably be two or three years in which to prepare students for the program. Various members of the faculty from the different departments have already recom- mended 15 students. They are es- pecially concerned in getting so- phomores and freshmen interest- ed as ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 9, 1963 Play Opens In Baseball Track and baseball activity at TWC is due to hit a fast pace iij the next few weeks. Both the track and baseball teams hi^ve al- ready had a taste of competition, but more is just ahead. The Ram trackmen competed in their first nrieet of the season, the Ranger Junior College Invitational, last week and came in sixth with 8% points. Host Ranger won the meet with 69Vz points, followed by the TCU freshmen with 57. The next track meet on the Rams' agenda is the Austin College meet at Sherman, slated for Sat- urday? April 20. , ->* Fred Smith was TWC's top point producer in the Ranger meet. He clocked a 27.9 for third place in the 220-yard high hurdles. Pete Mais was fourth in the pole'vault with an effort of 11 feet even. Eighteen represented TWC in the event. TWC's baseballers were to of- fically open the season yesterday at Sycamore Park against Ranger Junior College. A double-,header with Austin College is on tap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

$ 1 *#; *«,LI THE WDGE GEORGE * ARMSTRONG LIBRARY J a. ,,. . . • r TEXAS Wt SLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1950, 1962 • VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH. TEXAS TUESDAY. APRIL 23 1963 No. 24 Scholarship-Library Grants Given To TWC by Oil Company, Church SERVING AS A MIDDLE MAN, DEAN -J. ELMER COX handed over a $3,500 check to George Anson from the Methodist Church Board of Education. Mr. Anson, chairman of the library committee, received the money on behalf of the library. « •' Photo by David Seal Candidates Campaign In Thursday Program Now is the time for all good ipen- to become slander mongers and muckrakers. It's that season of platform building and campaign" promises. Student Association elec- tions are at hand. Five junior boys are vying for the astute title of president. Don Boulware, psychology major from Corsicana; Delbert McAmis, his- tory major from Arlington; Tom McCahan, dental major from Fort Worth, and Tim Russell, English major from Grapevine, are all mem- bers of DD. The fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

P.age Two THE RAMBLER Tuesdffv, Aori! 23. •h> J o viols r r L ru L on I ami nail S Over HL-csLer Sin Line on / Contamination —^n awesome word used in a strong sense by the Sovijet Union in their latest anti-American propa- ganda move. The Soviets, who have become frantic since the recent sinking of the lT.S. nuclear-powered sub Thresher, are moving into a hurried propaganda activity trying to convince the world that the wreck of the Thresher* will contaminate,, the oceans — despite continued reassurance by our scientists that the ship's huclear plant will not even affect adjacent waters. The reason for their unorthodox behavior — a direct fear of the long U.S. lead in the field of nuclear naval strength. They know all too well that the polaris missile; fired from the decks of a nuclear-powered sub such as the Thresher, is America's safegu£u"8 against a surprise attack. For example,- if flie Soviets'did attack the United States, there is the grue- some but possible chance that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

Tuesday, April 23, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page three * -1 g ROYALTY ON HAND for the EA-DD presentation were, back row, left to right: Jerry Seaman, Pete Mais, Courtney Schron, Bobby Miller, Larry Dortch, Cordell Hull, Doug Ruthven, Charles Meisner, Mike Gibson, Fred Smith, Tom McCahan, Sidney Holleman and Curtis Ford. Front row, same order: Judy .■fi DeBusk, Sherry Goforth, Lynn Releford, Norma Daubert,' Sheila Stevens, Wanj^ Johnson, Karen Pair, Jo Ellen Dobkins, Laurel Henry, Maggie Hearst, . Kathy Duncan, Sherry Mabery, Sue Bussey, Margaret Howarth, Jonna Rhodes, Ellen Johnson, Linda Heaton and Susie Ford. 'Roman Holiday' Highlight for EA, DD A Roman Holiday theme was carried out in Saturday night's En- tre Amis and Illotus Duodecim Presentation Ball at Ridglea Coun- try Club, u . Eighteen EA's and thirteen DD s danced to the strains of "A1 de La'' played by the Sandy Sandifer Or- chestra. Each couple entered the ballroom on a revolving circular stage with a giant Roman coin in the bac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

o Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday^ April 23.J963 SEA-GOING POET, PETER DOUTHIT and friend take to open water in the "Ladybird." With little concern for conformity, Douthit built his own boat and has sailed his own course from American coast tow n*fo Carribbean islands. After Graduation—What?. Job Clinic May Answer Business students and other stu- dents interested in careers related to the businegs world will have a chance soon to become better ac- quainted with the profession in which they hope eventually to en- ter. This familiarization will be in the form of a jt)b clinic to be held on campus this Friday, from 8 a.m. until noon. Registration will begin at 8 > o'clock and the general session will be from 8:30 til S>:30. These will be in the Fine Arts Audit$g>ium. ® The principal speaker during the general session will be Mr. "Bing" Bingham, president, Bingham and Associates of Fort Worth. The theme of this year's clinic is "What's Ahead for College Grad- uates?" " At the con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

Tuesday, April 23, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five of Magazine To Publish. Campus-Contributions Anticipating a great event is ex- citing and waiting for it can !h> very hard if it is something like the literary magazine, to come out the week of May 8. As time grows nearer, everyonfe gets more and more curious and excited about what will appear in it. The purpose of the magazine is to- foster more articles by and for both students and faculty. -u • Those in charge of soliciting con- tributing articles were very pleased with the number-of ar- ticles turned,in. "Due to the limit- ed space, we may not be able to print everything turned in," said Miss Dianne Kollor. "They are all good articles and we are thankful for the cooperation^ of the entire student,, body. We are vefy pleased ; with the selections," she went on to say.* There have been over sixty con- tributions to the magazine. These have been poems, essays, and short stories. The magazine, g. combina- tion of student and faculty a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 23, 1963 **• Union Will Award Music Scholarship The Fort Worth Musicians Union will award a S300 scholarship to the American Federation of Musi- cians' Fifth A,nnual Congress of " Strings to be held at Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, June 23 to August 17. "This music program is a na- tion-wide effort by the American federation of Musician^ and its af- filiated local musicians unions to enrich the musical culture of our people and enhance the opportuni- ties of the gifted youth of our na-- tion," said Ken Foeller, President of the. Fort Worth Musicians Uni- on. „ „ The'Congress of firings' student body is limited to 100 winners of community auditions conducted by the various lo^al musicians unions. Winning contestants between the ages of 16 and 23 will be awarded full, scholarship providing eight Peeks' intensive instructions under noted string teachers from the na- tion's foremost symphony orches- tras. Scholarships include free...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

Tuesday, April 23, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Seven lournalism Students Attend Convention Six journalism students and their sponsor, Mrs. JoAnn Langston, will siltend the 1!1''-> 'TIPA Con- vention to be held at Sul Ross State College, Alpine, April 20-27. Attending will be Rosanne Har- vey. Mike Wood, John Rudolph, Johjmy Glass, Bill Russell mid Jane Rudolph. The group will Thursday morning and return Sunday. Spec- ial study 'sessions will be held Saturday featuring both newspap- er and yearbook instructions. The award convocation will be held Saturday night at the Prude Guest Ranch, eight miles west of Fort Davis. The "convocation fea- tures an address by .Porter Randall titled "Tahiti and the Isles v>f Pleasure. - m western dance will be held following the convocation. Sigma Tau Delta Elects Officers Thurs.; Initiates Six Members at Spring Banquet A new slat officers wa3 rec- 5Id in Elizabeth Means Arm- rntly elected "by Sigma'T&u Delta, strong Hall where tl Those elected we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 1963

Pago Eight THE RAMBLER r- Tu€;c,day, April 23, 1963J Ram Golfers Seek Fourth Straight Championship in Abilene Tourney Texas Wesleyan's up-and-com- ing golf team will seek to nail down its fourth consecutive Abi- lene ..Intercollegiate Tour- t nament ch(jnpionship Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Rams warmed up for the de- fense of their title by playing four matches last week. They lost to North Texas State, 7-2, Tuesday afternoon at Glen Garden, then swept a "double-header" from Bisadley University, 5 V&-11«, and Wbatherfpi'd Junior College, 4-0, "Wednesday a t"koc kw o od. They were due to play Oklahoma City University last Thursday at Dia- mond Oaks. Rives McBee, shooting an even- ' par 71, led North Texas to victory over the Wesleyans. TWC's low man was Mike Martin with 72. Charles Meisner's one-over-par 71 was the feature of the victory over Bradley, while Larry Dark's 72 set the pace against Weatherford. Wednesday's two victories prompted Coach O. D. Bounds to comment, "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

THE JUDGE GUORflE IV. ARMSTRONG LIBRARY TEXAS *. ,:L; . u leg* TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 ROBING CEREMONY MAY 14 Polytechnic Methodist Church VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1963 No. 25 Again! Prexy Seat In Senate To Walker Five TWC juniors were elected officers of next year's Student As- sociation in last week's elections. J* y are Jeremy Walker, presi- dent; Ronald Boulware, vice-presi- dent; Phil Haggard, treasurer; Jon Bush, supreme court justice and Wanda Hunsaker, secretary. President-elect Jeremy Walker, a Waco music major, has been an active member of this year's sen- ate as chairman of Jhe Cultural and Political Life Council. "I shall continue in my work with the council, doing all in my power to further the academic at- mosphere of the TWC campus," says; Jeremy. * ' In the area of communication with students, Jeremy plans to write a regular* column in next year's Rambler informing students of what is going on in the Senate. Ronald B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

Pace Two T H RAMBLER T-jeid'i ■ '—e 7 TiLtJii,, ou ni,k dure I \Joi \Se llhcin fl me :X'ptiSSkV- "S-Jtb-lit-.* ime ie A century "or so ago it often was the case that a sick person's condition would be worsened by the medical prac- tices of his time ■ Surrounded by the scientific enlightenment of the twentieth century, we sometimes look back and ridi- . cult* such "ignorant" treatments It would be better if they taught us a lesson instead of providing amusement. Todlay, as in every age there is a moral sicjcness that plagues net -only the United States, but the entire world. There ^re many ''doctors" quick to diagnose and anxious ^to prescribe for this ill-—churth groups, civic clubs, citizen's committees — but almost without" exception they persist fii treating symptoms or results, rarely getting to the cause. These self-appointed guardians of the public morals believe that the cloud of contamination can be lifted from society by their prescription to retard, censor, license, restri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

Tuesday, May, 7, 1963 THE RAM BIER -S2L Page Three ■0 iirtrP Dr. Hubbard Made Honorary Mentber Of State Educators Dr. L. H. Hubbard, past presi- dent of what is now Texas Wo- man's U n i v e r s i t y and pro- fessor emeritus of education at TWC,. was recently voted honor- ary membership by the Associa- tion of Texas Colleges and Uni- versities. The delegaton voted unanimously to extend the honor ; t their annual meeting held in Corpus Christi. Having been a past president of the Association, he was elected to honorary membership because'of his long service to the Association and to higher education jn Texas. In 'the twenty-five years that Dr. Hubbard was president of Tex- as Woman's University, he gave diplomas to 11,500 young women. Among these was Dr. Hubbard's own daughter. After his <#tiremfent in 1950, he taught English for one yeais at the University of Miami. , Remaining dedicated to work in education even after retirement, in 1053 Dr. Hubbard came to TWC as the first dir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

v, •yipi'M-iaWl v"~ T, v ^ v *+* m%* .. v f & m Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, May 7, 1963 M/s.Ward Has Best ofzThree Worlds; Successful in Home, School, Theater * by Hosanne Harvey Rambler Staff Writer The picture of tired, cross, nor- vous, headachy mothers that to- world on the whole institution of motherhood if it weren't for women like Mrs. William A. Ward. Mrs. JJLwfl. wife of TWG's as- day's television commercials pre-: ?isj&nt to 'the I'^-ident. remains sent could sour the nation and' the| active in thres- worlds and still Isham, Walker Recitals Presented Today In Fine Arts Auditorium The Division of Fine Arts Die- of his ""i'1 be included in the Festi- sents Royce Isham, piano, and of Contemporary Music at Jeremy Walker, trombone, at 2:30 ' ^ ( May 10 through May 12. today in their junior recitals. Ac- Walker, who is from Waco, Tex- eompanist will be Miss Elizabeth as, is a- student of Mr. Dean H. Yeatts, junior piano major from Sayles. He is immediate past presi- F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

1963 Tuesday, May.. 7, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five > Beta Kappa and Gamma Chi Will Present American Musicale The Division of Fine Arts will us, accompanied by Miss Janice will, conduct. }Y lo \d l. will and TIME OUT FOR appearance's sake, laughs Linda Warren, this week's pick for Best Dressed. Not pictured is Freshman Steve Williams, the male winner of the Rambler contest. ■ " —Photo by David Seal. Interest Plus Initiative Stressed by~ Job Clinic A college degree is not a sure ticket to opportunity or prosperity, but it"does serve to put on the right track. This was a major point brought out Friday, April 26, at the 19G3 Job Clinic and Career Colloquium held in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The principal speaker during the general session was Mr. S. M. Bing- 'ham, president, -Bin&ham and As-o sociates of Fort Worth. A few moments before Mr. Bing- ham's address. Dr. Law Sone, 0 Alpa Chi Installs Promotes, Initiates o ... Installation of officers, initia- tion, and promotion highlig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

Page Six THE B L E R Tuesday, May 7, 1963 Editor's Letters The Agricultural Adjustment Act of l!>38 has helped the federal government put more controls on,, the American farmer. A selected few (less than 10 per cent) of the country's wheat 'farmers will .de- cide on M;t,v 21 whether'to extend a wheat control program or not. This^referendum violates a basic' premise of American constitutional government — namely, that the rule of the majority is limited by inalienable rights of the individual. Those who vote against it are free to grow crops on their land. •- Since 1954, government has used its police power to make farmers abide by wheat acreage controls whether they chose to accept hand- outs or not. Enforcement of the wheat regulajg^pflitsv eliminated a wheat farmer's Fourth Amend- „ .jiient protection against illegal searches an<] siezures abolished his right to trial by jury; and abro- gated-. "his Fifth Amendment knowledge against being testified to against himself. Federa...

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