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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1958

EDITORIALS No Place Like Home for Top Material One of the most pleasing experiences an editor can have Is to write an editorial In which he guts to s.iy nice things about somebody who deserves all the tributes which can be paid to him This is .such an occasion Dr Guidon H Bennett for ten years a member of the admlnisttatlvc staff of the col- lege was elected lute this summei to the piesldency of McMurry by the board of trustees Eaily In March when Dr Cooke died Mi J M Wilson chairman of the McMutiy board or ti listers made the comment "We will be In no huny about finding a new picsldent. The college Is In good hands' That the college was Indeed in good hands Is pointed up by the fact that aftei scv- eial months of intensive .searching the boaid found the man foi the Job light hcie at home busily woiklng foi the good of the college and Its students just as he had been foi his whole li nine heie It Is to Di Bennett's credit that he did not seek the office but it is also to his ciedlt ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1958

Indians season Bj BOB HOLCOMB Sports Hlitor The Mi?Murry Indians will begin thcii roughest schc'lul in yeais when thej test then football waies against the Sul Ross Lob is fiom Alpine Sai- uidny at Indian Stadium One of the fiist colleges to begin the fall classic the Biaves from Abilene with 1J lctiunlng letterman go into the clash to impiove on list year s rccoid of five wins and live losses The Redmen with he id coach Tommy Ellis ciaeklnc; the whip have been piepui- Ing foi the roughest schedule BkSr V mbmmk MpLjjf if ROUGH STUrF Terry O'Brien comes charging through for the Reds in a contact workout earlier this week. The Tribe wound up its two-a-day workout schedule Mon- day after a week of intensive practice sessions under the direction of Coaches Tommy Ellis and Grant Tcaff. (Photo by Eichcnberger) Auto accident spells injury to McM prof's wife daughter The wife and daughter of a McMurry professor were In- jured in a car accident early Tuesday near Ranger. Mrs Morgan M Young w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1958

Registrar moves . . . Continued from Pf. 1 the southwest corner of tha building iinocctiplel since fie opening of the Ccokc Class- room Building A brick plan- ter has been Installed be- tween the reception area fnd the larger work area to fac- ilitate the woik of the office and to piovide a decorative touch New light fixtures have been installed in the rcmcdcl- td office also. "Tills move will provide greater efficiency and better service to all concerned we hope ' said McMuny registrar Vannoy ' With new and bet- ter facilities we hive ad- equate woiking space so we expect to be able to do a bitter Job than evci before" Dr. Bennett . . . Continued from Pg. 1 Whltcflat school He was superintendent at Avoca from 1031-34 principal nt elemen- tary school In Hamlin 1934- 35 Hamlin High School prin- cipal 1935-39 and superinten- dent at Hamlin fiom 1939- 15 The years 1915-48 pi lor to his coming to McMurry were spent in private business In Hamlin Dr Bennett has been pio- mlnent In civic a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1958

v'CA V a . ACV'-cV" THE War Whoop iVeatf home game Oct. 4 VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas Sept. 17 1958 No. 2 Beat HPC Fall enrollment continues as total passes 700 mark McMurry day student en- rollment had climbed to C12 early Tuesday with registra- tions still coming Sorm 72 graduates and spcclil stu- dents were also enrolled bringing thp total to 714 A breakdown by classes was not available at neon Tues- day but It uppeared th.it Top-ranking fish test scores told By PAT YOUNG Four freshmen took top places In the ACE English Placement Tests which were given to the class of 1962 during their three days of orientation last week. Those taking the top four positions are Carolyn Csok Lubbock; Charles Curb Mer- kel; Jobeth Bentley Clyde; and Frank Edward SItchler Abilene. Miss Cook a speech major here at McMurry has done work In her high school choir and in dramatics. Secretary-treasurer of his senior class Curb was the valedictorian of his graduat- ing class. Red-headed Miss Bent...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday September 17 1958 Page 3 Tribe Jackets Tangle Sat. L War Whoop 4ipSports WOltl) I'KOM Till: WISH: STOMP End Wjlic Wise literally grinds under Jimmy Can thorn of Sul ltoss. while Jesse Cordoro is In hot pursuit. However Wise didn't go lmwi and score on a'lfi-jard pass pl.iv from Tomnij McAdams that gac the Indians :i 20-0 lead In their 31 to (. conquest or the I-obos. Tribe stuns Sul Ross 34-6 in season opener The McMurry Indians threw a knockout punch at the Sul Ross Lobos that ncai- ly blasted them from Indian Stadium Saturday night after being held at bay for most of the first half. The final score was 34-6 for the Tribe Toity-fivc hundred looked on as the Biaves opened their fall football season The Red- men fiom Abilene had stub- born resistance from nn un- derdog pack of Lobos before they were able to Bet their .steam-rolling attack to mov- iiiB. MovIiib mostly on the ground and uslm; the helpful yardage of penalties Sul Ross stoied first The 5-yard driv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1958

EDITORIALS McMurry spirit "We cherish your traditions Ecr true we'll be . . ." McMurry's football tram has won Its first victory of the season In combat with the Sul Ross Lobos Next Saturday will find the Tribe journeying to the nonc-too-dlstunt home of the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets. While there may bo some doubt as to how much actual good Is done by the cheers of any spectatois It Is absurd to suppose that the cry "Fight!" mumbled by a group of people who apparently arc themselves pacifists will have any effect at all. The McMuiry cheei lcadeus aie woiking hard to lead the student body In support of a team of athletes who deserve the assur- ance that the school Is behind them Satuulay night's demonstiation of stu- dent apathy was nothing short of appalling. McMuiry has traditionally depended up- on its slimes the freshmen if you will to provide the vociferous display of enthusiasm which kindles the general enthusiasm of the crowd There arc many expressions of school spirit and ch...

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

race i ME WAR WHOOP Wednesday September 17 1958 Dining hall switches to new chief as Jones takes over Hy FRANK SITCHLCR Iris Graham Dining Hall Is under the aegis of a new "restaurantcur ' He's the man with the blue eyes and red moustache Bruce Jones. And if anyone Is qualified to handle the chow hall. Bruce Is. Get a load of this record: Kitchen Plant Manager for Harris Hospital the Sky Chef and the Industrial cafeteria for Mcna&co Mfg. Co. all In Tort Worth; and the Coffee Shop of the University of Il- linois which served 15000 meals a day a distant wall from the 1000 served In Mc- Murry's hash house. Jones' assignment previous to coming here was at the Cross Roads Restaurant In Arlington. He was formerly associated In another location with Neal Gagliardo the head man of Associated Food Ser- vices which operates the McMurry dining operation; and with BUI Smith the out- going manager. That ain't all. Jones has served in WWII and the Kor- ean War for a total of 8 years as a mess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1958

Freshmen fly flag sizzling start of slime season "The freshman flaj has been Hying for 38 hours and 10 minutes." With this statement given during the noon meal last McM students hear Pickens "The place we stand Is sacred" the Rev. Jim T. Pick- ens McMurry minister told students In the first regular chapel service for the year Tuesday. "We stand In a sacred tradition as a college community dedicated to the study of the liberal arts from the Christian perspective." Pickens continued "The purpose of the liberal arts education is the maturation of the whole man and this is our calling." George J. Stclnman head of the McMuiry lellgion. de- partment presided for the service Music was led by a volunteer choir of students. Pickens announced "We hope to continue the volunteer choir throughout the year with Mr. Hlnkel taking charge of it." "There will be a meeting In the Radford Social Hall Wednesday evening after MSCF and all Instercsted students are invited to at tend regardless of religiou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1958

Editorials Pase2 tub wm wmoor Wednesday. September 24 1958 Congratulations slimes! The freshman class has flown Its flag. That's good It will give the slimes something to tclebiatc and this early taste of victory will strengthen the class by proving that (.limes can do a Job well The coming days will sec the slimes giv- en many Jobs all of which will need to be done well Homecoming Is close upon up and the fieshmcn this year will have like others In the past a gicat deal of responsibility in preparing lor the homecoming activities 'I he fre.hmon have elected a capable pinup of offirus who can lead them well provldrd the mcmbeis of the class prove to be pood followeis fco the War N linnn gladly extends rnn- prittilations all aiound to the Slimes of G2 loi a Hag will flow it loi ofllceis well chosen The sllmi s have earned our respect- and tints good Its always nice foi the upper- tlissmen to re sped the slimes -After all thin- ought to be some icspcct In any rela- tionship1 0 Changes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1958

THB WAR Wednesday September 24 1958 Look out Lumberjacks! Indians eye third win Out to maintain their two- game wlnnlns streak the McMurry Indians will trek acioss the descit sands to make war on cne of the Southwcst's top football pow- cis In Arizona State College In riagstaff The Indians with their moiale wiecklng ciew has run down Sul Ross and Howatd Payne on successive weekends to establish thcmselvc s as one of the top Independents In Texas foothill circles Mc- Muuy simply oveipoweied Sul Ross In the opener 34-G and lose to the occasion last Satuiday by crushing Howard Panc 21-8 going away. 'Ihe Satuiday clash will mail; the Hrst meeting between the two schools The Lumberjacks opened with a convincing win ovei the potent San Diego Mailnes by the count of 25-19 Coach Spllsbuiys 19 letteimcn will be using the Tly-T" pro- tjpc foimatlcn which cai- lled the Axmen to a record of 9 wins with only one loss last yeai. After diopplng out of the Bordci Confcicncc ArUtma State has establi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1958

zGffir War Whoop iPSports k Pigskin Picks Rcdmen favored to stomp Lumberjacks this weekend IJy ItYNUM MICUS Predicating the outcome of pigskin tilts Is comparable to guessing the changes in women's fashions from year to year. Nevertheless It's a lot of fun and a name in which all football followers can paitlclpate. While you arc debating studying for that quiz and golw; to a movie pull out a iihcet of paper a pen and a .schedule of games and let's .see how we compare with the cxpcith. After two successful weeks the Rcdmrn travel cross- country to match wits and brawn with Arizona State at Flagstaff In their first out- ing last week the Lumber- Chanters slate tours for year Competent new office: s and big plans aic in store for McMurry Chanters this year. Under the direction of Dr. RICHARD C. VON ENDE the choral group has scheduled two tours encompassing hun- dreds of miles of the South- west. The first lour starts on Dec. 7th and continues through the 11th when the Chanters take In ...

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

THE War Whoop VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas Oct. 1 1958 Homecoming plans slated; schedule set Homecoming plans are nearlng completion as that annual reunion season draws near. The Student Senate under the direction of Fiank Lane student body vice- president; and the Ex-students Association led by Brad Rowland 1951 graduate of McMurry are working on the last minute details of the renowned McMurry home- coming. Friday morning October 10 holds the plans for the erec- tion of the Teepee Village In Wah Wahtaysce Park. The coronation ceremony of Res- ervation Princess and Chief McMurry Is slated lor the evening's piogram. Class favorites will also be presented with the McMur- ry royalty. Afterwards begins the all- night vigil kept by the fresh- men on campus as the tom- tom sends out Its steady rhythm during the night. The McMurry Band direct- ed by Raymond T. (Prof) Bynum will present Its an- nual homecoming concert with special numbers from members of the band. Some of these num...

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

EDITORIALS Page 2 THE WAR WBOOP Wednesday October 1. 1958 Big boys or bad boys? Homecoming is only a few days away eight to be exactand there's a lot of work . Hn Hnn tiiIe vn.ir's homccomlnK opponent Is to be our traditional crosstown rival Abl- i lene Christian College and if wc arc to pre- vc nt a recurrence of any of the unfortunate incidents of past years there's a iol oi grow lnu uti to be done The amount of money which has been spent by ptoplc In repairing property dam- ages inflicted by rival students over the years would probably run into the thous- ands of dollais Last year an ACC student unfortunate enough to be caught on the Reservation dui- lng the week betoic the game and let us hasten to add that the fellow piobably had absolutely no business being over here and that his visit may not have been frlenly th.it Ills visit may not have been friendly- ear. The next moinlng the cai didn't look like mueh Stupid vandals had worked on It during the nlgnt and it was not a prett...

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

fm THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 1 1858 "Tlt?53STX3TT?. Pace 3 Timberrr! wmmM?mmm&&mwjT A ." 2rmi'MKjr"Fa'llc"-J'. .' .-. Tr. 'I? ?'rV F&Jk Z J W-4 "-- " " sbs St3 0 w; WOW! WHAT FORM Pretty Linda Dauglicrly Abilene freshman Rets a demonstra- tion of passing form from Tribe ace quarterback Terry O'Brien Lubbock And as for Miss DauRlicrtj's form? It'll pass. (Photo by Eichcnberger) Tribesmen out to skin hapless TLC Saturday With hopes of getting on fell to Arizona State at Flag- the winning trail again the staff while the Bulldogs lost McMurry Indians play host to the Texas A&I Javellnas to the Injury-riddled Texas The Indians boast the better Lutheran College Bulldogs record with two victories Saturday nljht at eight In along with last week's set- Indian Stadium back while the Lutherans are Coach Tommy Ellis's Ind- yet to win in three contests lans will be In near-peak con- dition while the Bulldogs of coach John Kramer will have at least two starters out with inju...

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

KIVA announces 14 officers for '59 THE WAR WnOOP Wednesday October 1 1958 Heading KIVA this year as president Is Dob Prltchett .senior frcm Carlsbad N. M Assisting him are: Jrrry Franz vice-president; Don Reynolds corresponding htcrctary Don Dlx recording fcecretary Wayne Tlner trea- surer; Basil Foy chaplain; Gene Young pledge master; Donnlc Campbell scrgcant-at-annsand Jerry Tate re- put tu. D P Ammons was elected Social Club Representative replacing Reggie rowcll who graduated In August. KIVA Sweetheart Is Ann Reasonovcr who was selected List spring and ctouncd at the Annual Spring Banquet. KIVA Exes who have re- turned to th( Reservation are: D P Ammons Roy Phil- lips and David Banos. See All the Good Movies 30c and your activity caid v. Ill admit all McMurry Students to The Metro Theatre 172G Butternut Presley Jeweler Religious organizations name officers set plans for fall Lane junior from Amarlllo lib president; Anelle Popallo Junior from Abilene as vice- president and Donnle...

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

LIBRARY Of VlcMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS ki "IbP Homecoming Special 1958 Homecoming plans revealed HAPPY HUNTING HEADS HOMECOMING HOPES Mr. and Mrs. Indian (above cen- ter) and Little Indian may not hate been on the Reservation for a good many days but they're ready now for a biff weekend with "the tribe. As soon as they park Junior with the baby-sitter service provided at Aldcrsn.it e Methodist Church (just across Saylcs Blvd.) bj the Abilene exes Mr. and Mrs. (classes of '29 and '20 respectively) will dash ocr to the Exes Association tent and the Student Association tepee to find out who's where what happens when and whether there's a chance that anybody else is here who was in their classes. Tribe royalty to be told in colorful rite Di. Gordon R. Bennett Mc- Murry president crown the Reset vation royalty for 1958- 59 Friday at 7 p m. In Rad- foid Memorial Auditorium. Assisting him will be Don- Letter to exes from Rowland urges 'full fellowship' co-operation "MOSTLY lor the EXES?...

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

EDITORIALS Welcome exes! v.-i - Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 8 1958 Elsewhere on these pages are woids of welcome to returning exes and fi lends of the oollegc from the president of the College and fioin the student association piesldcnt. The WAR WHOOP Is happy to add Its own spe cial word oi welcome. THE ICONOCLAST By DON BOYD - Once ther was a spinster make the point McMurry who liked to sit in church Is on wheels and make her lellElusness This hnliitr Hip rasp It Homecoming 1958 Is somewhat different known by her loud agreement makes sense that v.e i.eed to Glimpse of the Globe Comment mill we think the changes aie good ones The exes u&wclatlon officers and the Abilene exes gtuup have done a gnat deal in pte- p.niiig fin a weekend which will give all the humecomers a chance to relax to lenew old ..cqualniances and to make new fi tends While you're heie we hope you'll notice mimic of the changes which have been made mi the Reset vatlon since you weie heie last. And e...

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

w 61 GO rn loinccoming FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 8 am. Opening ecremeny 7 pm Coronation cei fl- at Radford mony 0am.- Tcopcc Village goes " P ' " hUn up 1-4 pni School chlldicn lsit Tepee Village SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 7 am. Senatus Romanus breakfast 9am Wah Wahtaysec cof- fee 10 a m Band concert 10 30 a m. Ejs business meeting 1 p m. Alpha PI Luncheon lpm. Gamma Sigma Luncheon lpm T I P Luncheon 1 p m. I H R Social Presented by These Abilene Merchants: McMurry Bookstore Student's Supply r Center Bresee9s MELODY MART River Oaks Vilaee Westwood Plaza H. E. STRICKLAND Insurance Life Hospitalization Accident Slckpess ThOR 3-3709 10 p in Meeting of exes Afterglow 3pm Tepee Judging 5pm Delta Beta Supper 5pm KIVA Supper 5pm Kappa Phi Supper 5pm Ko Sir! Supper 5 30 pm Chi Omlcion Suppci 7 30 pm Pie-game tics 8pm Game - McMuny vs ' . ACC Afterglow GAY'S CLEANERS 2805 S 14th OR 3-G852 FRONTIER STAMPS BILL McMAHAN'S Mobil Service S. llth & SAYLES OR 4-2031 The Chocolate Shoppe WOOTEN HOTEL Coke - Co...

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

Records snap as Tribe stomps Lutherans There are sigjis that the shortage of engineers and scientists is turning into a glut in some fields Homecoming at McMurry this year will be Oct 10-11 McMurry's founding date was April 5 1923 McMURRY BARBER SHOP 224G S. 14th McMurry Indium lode the Bulldoss fiom Ian Luther- an Into the giound with a (tuslilng scoie of G.J-0 Satur- iliy night in the greatest offensive show vcr put on by a McMuny eleven riming up for the big game with Abilene O.nisllan Col- lege in Fair Park nex. Satin -(1 ly tlie Indians mn up the most points ever .scorca m one game by a McMurry team and the widest ma: gin of victory in the school s hls- loij Conch Tommy Ellis cm- plojcd the cnthe bench and used mostly ficshmen and B liam members the lust half iii the Wairiors amazed a tiowd of 30i0 with their ursitlle running and passing attack Rolling to a combined total offensive of 600 yards which I I iscd the old mark of 533 yaals against Ccrpus Chrlstl in 1040 the Indians ...

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

THE WAE Pace S Flag football rivalry opens McM men's intramurals fall season With five games already played McMuny's flag foot- ball teams aie well Into their ic Famed foemen (ace fierce fray By PAUL IIOLCOMB When the refeice sounds the opening whistle Satur- day night one of the biggest and most Intense Uvalrles In Texas college f:otball will be resumed that of the McMuiry Indians and the ACC Wildcats. This rlvahy begun In 1930 has been annually played In Fair Paik Stadium Abllen's mutual field for the two ci oss-town foes and will be the scene of the battle again this year. No favmi.e can be named safely for upsets am many In this yearly grudge match. The Indians find them- selves en the shoit end of the overall lecord between the two schools and will be seeking lmpiovement on this situation Saturday. Through the yeais the Redmen have won ten contests and lest fifteen out of the twenty- five games played. Especially have the War- riors had trouble with the "boys on the hill" In mo...

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