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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1958

fege 2 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday. April 17. 1958 Set 'Em Up . . . Glimpse of the Globe THE WAR WHOOP EDITORIALS Comments . . By CONRAD CHERRY Not too far from the coast of our beloved coun- try arc occurring such things as bombings train and bus raids troop smugglings and other in- cidents which point toward that ever-appearing word: Revolution. The scene is Cuba. In this small but warm-tempered country there is an uprising which is causing most of the world to take keen notice of two men Fidel Castro and Fulgcncio Batista. Since the time Castro organized his movement against the dictatorships of Batista in 1956 there has been a tendency on the part of most red- blooded Americans to take one side or the other in the revolutionary happenings. Although the U. S. docs not openly declare a stand for cither the guerilla or standard army of Cuba the U. S. citizens seem to be turning a sympathetic car to the revolutionist cause. There seem to be two primary criticisms of the revolution so bra...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1958

Thursday. April 17. 19S8 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Boyd Announces Needs for 1959 'Whoop' Staff MID-OCEAN MEMO Danny Wise (righl) and Phil Daniel who loured Europe last summer with Wise look over a letter from an English lass who found a nolo which Wise had set afloat in a bottle on iho Atlantic Ocean. Wise's comment: "Am I going to answer it? You bet even though she might be only 10 years old!" (Photo courtesy Abilene Reporler-Nows). Wise Sots Note Adrift In Bottle Answered Note Convinces McM Sophs: "Small World" Danny Wise is convinced this old world isn't so largo after all. A McMurry College sophomore Wise has recently received a friendly letter from an English lass who discovered his address floatin a bottle that drifted thousands of miles across the At- lantic Ocean. Wise and a friend Phil Daniels of Phillips dropped out of Mc- Murry more than a year ago want to work and saved their money for an European trip. They made the trip after cross- ing the Atlantic by boat then hitch-hiked...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1958

Thursday. April 17 1958 P0 A THE WAR WHOOP St rCovln Ljambfcr .... CLABITA WEST. Gamma Sigma freshman pledge from Hawley impersonates lho "Rovin" Gambler" as a part of Ihe pledge group's program for the McMurry women's club's annual spring banquet. Esther Roilhmayer. Lamesa. is seen in the background. Cjamma iqtna Jancuet jreatuve6 Jld-ZJime Joutneni hrodpitalih "A Southern Manor" was car- ried out as the theme for Gamma Sigmn's 1958 banquet at the Woolen Hotel Ballroom Friday April 11. The atmosphere of a southern manor and surrounding gardens was created by realistic scenes of a garden with a backdrop of the front of a colonial home. The use of real floweis and shrubbery and loumlccrj Ctect Officer for 1959 Volunteers McMurry women's Christian service organization elected officers for next year in their meeting Monday Those who were elected are Jackie Braley Junction junior president; Drucillo Darackman Dallas freshman first vice-president; Lyneve Chapman Abilene freshman second v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1958

Thursday April 17. 1SS8 THE WAH WHOOP Pag 5 oUru 'd Uicw5 By BARACKMAN BET MINE WILL BE LATER Thal'i what Darid Burrow left could be saying to Robbie Foiter at they wait to take datei to church Sunday morning. Both are wearing the itriped Jackets popular in campus men's wear. (Photo by Tom Stevenson). Jrndiuidualism lilt n . en & taihion Jetjnole By DRUCILLE BARACKMAN Whnt'n n.v In tnpn'ft fiLHhlnn fnr the cltlne forms. year Nothing? The real Btory In far .Niw and lbrant color will alno from that. .Men's fiishlons are taking ah rt the upcitllght for the Heamn a turn toward Individuality. Conven- Not only are the materials of lighter tlons aro breaking personal prefer- ami more varied colors Dul mere are ence plus currently advocate- styles more drastic combinations Yellow- offer striking combinations In mas- Ish tones will be predominant LUlIno garments Bold checks gay and Btately stripes The main feature of this years nnd even florals are adorning new clothing Is Individualism ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Thursday April 17. 1958 Pago 6 THE WAR WHOOP Sports "Yor Oull" Baseball's Back Here Comes Casey! By BOB HOLCOMB Sports Editor Now it is April and that can mean only one thing. Baseball season has begun and the old fa- miliar ring of "it looks like it's going to be a great season" seems as if it is going to be true. Or to say the least it will be a very different season that will per- haps be even better. Now the national game has fin- ally become national in scope as well as in name. With Los An- geles and San Francisco joining the caravan the boundaries of the big leagues have been extended from the Missouri to the beaches of the blue Pacific. However with this move the stillness that has settled over Brooklyn is one of sadness. The fans of the Flat- bush can never be replaced by the new ones in the shiny sun of California. The memories of the McGraw and his heyday will never be the same in San Fran- cisco. However all is not lost because this change in climate will a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 May 1958

vlWl hRY GOLLLCh ALILENE TEXAS .-'3ft c-sfif VOL. 35 McMURHY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS. MAY 1. 1958 Hollis Haynes Named Sweetheart At All-School Athletic Banquet I JUST CAN'T BELIEVE ITI Athletic Sweetheart Hollis Haynes. crowned Wednesday night in ceremonies which climaxed the an- nual All-School Athletic Banquet talks over her good fortune with McMurry Track Team captain Jerry Reynolds. (Staff photo by Tom Stevenson.) Boyd Comments By DON BOYD Wo suppose overyone has hoard this by now but in case someone hasn't we can't resist including an anecdote from last weekend's flurry of getting ready-for-thc-big banquet It seems one of the youthful pledges was sent to the store to purchase some cr all bathroom tissue ' for decorative purposes (Now in case you an. wondering as we were just what is decora- tive about that stuff we have been gncn to understand that they fluff it up and use it to make fuzzy-looking objects built around chicken-w ire frames ) Anyway said pledge goes into tins diug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 May 1958

i rage 2 THE WAH WHOOP Thursday May 1 1958 1 Glimpse of the Globe Campus News in Brief Comments . . By CONRAD CHERRY Jobs tin. scirct prices art liifih and the econ- omy is repressed this is the economic situation in the U S ut the present time People arc dc- m Hiding .in answer to the problem from the prts- ( nt wlmmistintion and at the same tunc are dc- m inding further tax tuts Hut lh( Hiscnhowcr administration chooses to let the ficts speak foi themselves Two main things h ivc caused the present economic situation the tommf of .i new spate .igc and stepped-up difensi spending and the poweiful and ciushinfi force of the iccca-ion Sunt u y of the 'Ireasuiy Ilobcrl Anderson has sought to iim. an answer as to why a tax cut which would itsult in i fuithci deficit incrc isc is nixt to impossible Although the administra- tion h id planned i smill surplus usult it the end of Hit fiscal ye u in lune the Goernment will hivi iiuvitibly t uised a deficit of around three In i I ion dollais S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 May 1958

Thursday. May 1 19S8 THE WAH WHOOP Pago 3 KJrientat Jlteme li town oUru & Views By BARACKMAN -At bJtu Beta (Be annuel NEW OFFICERS Dona Brackoen left will head Delia Beta Epsi- Ion's activities as president next year. Other nowly-prescnicd of- ficers are (from left) Ann Reasonovcr chaplain; Helen Bowman cor- responding secretary: Jonnio Hutchcns. social club council represen- tative; and Betty Lemons vice-president. S.R. Be an am Showboat J 'It Scnatus Romanus held their annual spring banquet Saturday April 19 1958 7 00 p m at the Hotel Drake The banquet hall was decorated in accordance with the ' Show- boat" theme of the banquet Colorful stage lighting formed a stmi circle which suggested a stage At the rear of the room was a railing overlooking an imi- tation river The tables were lighted by kerosene lanterns When the guests arrived their pictures were taken m front of a large paddle-wheel they then crossed over an elevated plank on to the deck of the ' boat" which was the ban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 May 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Thursday May 1. 195B football prospects ink letter Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP j Sports ALL-STATERS SIGN PACT Two AU-Slalo football stars from 19S7 selections havo accepted ath li!r scholarships from McMurrv College. Head coach Tommy Ellis left and Grant Teaff line coach far right watch as iho two standout performers sign letters of intent. The gridders are Gay Ion Woodard Coleman second from left; and Winfrcd Shipp from Rotan. m - ... 402 Pino Strcot Hugh Bowie Jeweler Coleman Rotan Stars to McMurry A pair of All-State high school football stars one from Coleman and the other from Rotan havo sinned letters of intent to attend McMurry College next fall. Tommy Ellis head football coach said Winfrcd Shipp and Gaylon Woodard both have ac- TM' it A TB NAM COttatQHT 111! Tilt COCA COU CCMMkV. cepted athletic scholarships to McMurry. Don Drummond Ham lin high school football All-State selection and Tom Sawyer all-Abilenc Area selection from Robert Lee also have signed let ters of i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1958

llutwtf Of- iVkirJ.YOOLLEG AuMLLNE TEXAS '95B ."8 Zr KAY ' FINAL ISSUE HOOP Z. . Jk " r 'lli ' ! War H I QH 9E fB W i mBrTdtvrMm -X nN -"' VOL. 35 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS MAY 8. 1958 No. 28 Boyd Comments Bf DON BOYD A few weeks ago when the Texas Manufacturers' Association panel was featured in a Tuesday assembly McMurry students were confronted with this bald asser- tion The price of success is just plain hard work. And distasteful as this may be to many of us we are fast ap- proaching the time when we shall hae to look back over a year at school and decide whether our work has or has not been suc- cessful Although we generally find our- selves thinking up reasons why the grading system should be abolished at this time of ear when final examinations are upon us the sad truth remains the sys tern is with us and the time for accounting is at hand No more alibis no more buck-passing no more 'Next week" talk it's now or not at all so far as this school year is concerned Baccala...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1958

THE WAH WHOOP Thursday May 8 19S8 ago 2 Glimpse of the Globe Comments By CONRAD CHERRY It seems that our friend and ally the nation of Great Britain is creating for herself somewhat of a problem She is quite anxious to expand in every possible way that vciy timely and im- portant program in her nation atomic energy. To undertake such a project however means a soui ce of money exceeding the amount she already has on reserve. So the logical thing for England to do is to seek a loan from the World Bank. But the somewhat suspicious British choose to find some disci epancy in this plan. They believe that the president of the World Bank Mr. Eugene Block will insist that a large percentage of the money be contributed by American banks and firms thus letting Amencan business m on British atomic power development. Although it is gen- erally believed that Mr. Block would approve such loan to Great Hutain British fears of American meddling overshadow most of their hopes. Amci ican interests de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1958

Thursday. May 8 19S8 THE WAH WHOOP Pago 3 SURPRISE. MA'AM Johnny Raymond. KIVA Secretary presents a gift to club sweetheart for 1958 Ann Reasonover. Not even the other club members had known the sweetheart's identity prior to the announcement at Friday night's banquet. (Photo by Jere Kem- per). -Jy U-r Vl'leinbevi Ljuesti Cyo Jo Afeli for By EDDIE HALFAST Contrary to the belief that Hell is down KIVA Men's Social Club proved that hell is up seven stories. This was proved in the ball- room of the Blue Bonnet Hotel in Sweetwater where the annual Spring Banquet was held Friday May 2 at 7:30 p. m. Members and guests stepped into the mouth of a huge dragon which carried them to the River Styx. They then crossed this fam- ed river on their trip to Inferno. The ceiling was black woven with crepe paper in the tradi- tional KIVA style. The walls were "flames of fire." At one end of Ihe Ballroom was Satan's Throne with an erupting volcano on each side. The tables were illuminated by small vol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1958

Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday May 8 1958 Roberts Leads McM Golfers in Tourney ByJOHNHOBBS War Whoop Assistant Editor McMurry's Jerome Roberts had two fine rounds and coupled them with two that were not so fine to pace the In- dians in the Abilene Intercollegiate Golf Tournament with a 291. Roberts got things under way in royal style with a six under G5 the lowest round in the four day meet held here last weekend and posted an even par 71 on the final day but fell out of contention on his middle two rounds 7G and 78. Indians Have 1231 As n team the McMurrians finished fifth with 1231. The Cowboys of crosstown Hardin- Simmons ran away with the rib- bon team-wise and Individual- wist also. The Pokes with Henry Whitley Jeff Goodin Bobby Sharp und Jerry Hobbs used up 1153 strokes during the tourney. Odessa Junior College finished second to the Pokes with 11G4. Letters to the Editor (Continued from PaGe 2) any group can stimulate enough interest in the student body to make them want to go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 August 1958

U SPECIAL ISSUE McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS AUGUST 8 1958 SPECIAL ISSUE Boyd Comments By DON BOYD It won't be long now until the season for school opening will be here again and we're kinda glad. By now we've been away long enough to be almost homesick for the good Abilene water for Bill Smith's cuisine for the weekly routine of putting out a War Whoop for the autumnal sounds of football in the air and so forth. But one thing we are not home- sick for is the prospect of stand- ing and standing and standing and STANDING in line when regis- tration day rolls around. We used to think that McMurry registration was akin to those tor- tures which ancient poets reserv- ed for the damned but that was before we went through the regis- tration process at one of our sis- ter institutions of learning in the great Lone Star State. We were as far wrong about McMurry registration as Mrs. Mansfield's misguided friends who in Jayne's early adolescence whispered among themselves that she poor gir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 August 1958

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP AUGUST 8. 1958 Hail and Farewell ! Elsewhere on the pages of the Summer War Whoop are stories recognizing the arrival of new faculty and staff mem- bers on the Reservation and the departure of others To those who are leaving the War Whoop adds its word of thanks for good and faithful service during your tenure at McMurry and joins with others m the hope that success will follow you wherever you go To the newcomers both fatuity and students the War Whoop extends a cordial welcome to the Reservation McMurry is a good place to be a good place to work a good place to study a good place to grow It is not a perfect place all of us know that but it is a good place and a place whore there are unlimited opportunities for all who come to be a part of the Reservation We think you'll like it here and we're glad to have you with us A Parable of Pelicans The Parable of the Pelicans is going the rounds again In newspapers the country over the story of the helpless birds is bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 August 1958

AUGUST 8 1958 THE WAH WHOOP Pag 3 Freshmen New Students to Begin Orientation Week September 8 SORRY GIRLS . . . Freshmen and other new stu- dents at McMurry College will begin arriving on the campus Monday September 8 for the opening of the college's annual Orientation Week Academic Dean Joe C. Humphrey said. The first meal for the fall term will be served at 6 p. m. in Iris Graham Memorial Dining Hall on September 6 when the dormitor- ies will open. Then on Tuesday Orientation Week activities will begin with a meeting of all fresh- men with Dean Humphrey in Radford Memorial Student Life Center at 9 a. m. Tuesday morning activities will be rounded out with the English Comprehensive Placement Test for freshmen and incoming stu- dents. This test will be admin istered by Dr. Lloyd D. Huff head or the McMurry English depart- ment and his associates. Tuesday afternoon of Orienta tion Week will be a counseling period with students reporting to advisers in their major field of interest. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 August 1958

THE WAR WHOOP AUGUST 8. 1959 Page 4 Acting President's Letter hall which must be moved off the campus to allow for the new struc- ture. A few changes in the faculty will take place. Dr. and Mrs. Rockover-Cecil have resigned and are moving to Dallas. He is to be Director of the Legal Foundation at Southern Methodist Univer- sity. His interests relate primarily to international law. This i3 a wonderful opportunity for him and while we regret their leaving we are happy in their progress. Mr. Alvice Yeats is coming as Associate Professor in our Eng- lish Department. Mr. Yeats is recognized for outstanding scholarship. He is serving as consultant to the Library Staff of the University of Texas. He is recognised as among the world's most authoritative scholars on Kipling. We are extremely proud to announce his affiliation with our staff. In conclusion I can assure you the goals at McMurry College shall all be related to qualitative education. It is our hope that this year is to bring a gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 August 1958

AUGUST 8. 1S58 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 5 New Science Courses Offered "The McMurry science department is expanding its offerings in two areas this fall" said Academic Dean Joe C. Humphrey recently "while maintaining large offerings in other areas." A second year of geology will be offered for the first time and the second-year physics course is being placed on the schedule. Russell N. Taylor McMurry geology instructor will offer two one-semester courses to enlarge the geology program: Geology 201 Mineralogy; and Geology 202 Petrology. The first-year course which has been offered for several years will continue to be available. "The new courses will include mineral study including elements of crystal- lography and the determination of common minerals and a study of the origin mode of occurence and determination of common types of igneous and sedimentary and metamorphic rock" said Humphrey. Dr. Virgil Bottom will offer a greater number of physics courses than have been offered in recent yea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 August 1958

Page 6 THE WAR WHOOP AUGUST 8. 1958 THE WAR WHOOP Sports ':ifkl Am ow Cc otne from J4olcomb It 'j still summer but the days nre pushing toward the final count-down for the all-important football season. It won't be long now until the whistle will blast und the kicker will put his toe into a tccd-up ball as the crowd roars their approval of the be- ginning of the first fall classics. As things stand at present Coach Tommy Ellis' Hodmen ap- pear capable of handling all 10 of their opponents for the coming .season Last year Ellis was in a rebuilding program and the re- sults have paid richly. That '57 edition of the McMurry Indians employed a rugged de- fense and a rock-shelled offense that compiled a five-won five- lost record. From this tough crew only six men were lost with 21 returning. Almost two-deep at every posi- tion the Indians will not bo troubled with inexperienced help when they rip into the Sul Ross Loboes September 13 in Indian Stadium. The Sul Ross tussle will launch wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1958

GOLI.LLEEEE Richard Vannoy. G-ycar-old son of Mc- Murry Registrar Jerome D. Vannoy. eyes slacks of books dubiously and uonders whether he'll ever be able to wade through them. The books shown represent only a portion of the number he will have to study by the time he fin- ishes his schooling. Richard attends the first grade at Alt.i Vista School and says of school "I bucss it's okay." Asked where he wanted to ro to college his reply was "wherever my dad It." (Photo by Eichcnberger) THE War Whoop .VOL. 36 McMurry 2 Ph. D's . Three professors two staff workers join tribesmen as MciVl tall semester Three new faculty mem bers and two new staff pei- sons were on hand this week to gieet arrivals on the Res- ervation with further addi- tions to the college staff to be announced soon. Miss Slna Mott who will be associate professor of ele- mentary education comes to McMurry from Southern Uni- versity of Illinois Carbon- dale 111. She had been at the Illinois school since 1936. Author of seve...

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