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

THE WAR WIIOOP Wednesday October 8 1958 Page 6 It takes a lot of this . . . . . to go from this BflHtt i UUWt HW IJniHHflH MiMum is still growing! I'irst a dream . . . then a building or two . . . and nou a total .iluc well oier $5000000 Ilul iMtMurrv still dreams . . . and as the College Ins grown so hac the uteris As new opportunity s line arisen the College his gone out to meet them. And now MiMurry needs YOU As lone is the College continues to grow as long as new needs arise just so long will the Colli gc need jour interest jour support your oke to "speak a good word for McMurrj " ijUfJaa V T.Xii--.!m3fat liiiJUvK4--ii-.... -w5sf (IMctuic identilication: (1) UIMRR RICHT Construction on new ilassioom building; (2) U1MM.R I.I.KT The lily pond onetime campus lu'.mtj spot just south ot the Administi ation Ruilding ; (.") MIDDl.F. RIC.IIT View of southeast (ornor ol now Harold (J. Cooke ilass- loom building; (I) LOWICR LEFT Architects' drawing ot the new William C. Mai tin and lames ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 October 1958

Student government chiefs meet at ACC Student government lead- ers from Abllenc.s three colleges and Abilene High School met together Monday evening at Abilene Christen College dining hall for a dinner and discussion of mut- ual problems The McMutry delegation to the lntei- school meeting Included student association picsldent Donnlc Campbell Tulia senior vice-president Trank Lane Amarlllo junloi; and Mamlln senior Lavcta Ficnch student council sec-letaiy-trpasuier. "We feel that co-opeiatlon Is gocd between the schools In Abilene" Campbell said "and we hope that It will continue to be. The meeting was valuable and we plan to meet again as often as the need arises " Letter to exes Continued from Page 1 be attended geneially by all Indians legaidless of club or organization affiliation (a hint to the wise lcadeis of the piescnt social clubs Is suf- licienti. Whatever else you may do please remember to leave us yom concct mailing addicts before you letuin home even If It Is light next...

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

I Three ll's for 1358 Rac- kets Radar Radioactivity. THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 8 1958 402 Pine Street Hugh Howie Jeweler Socal clubs slate luncheons suppers honoring exes parents ry's oldest social club (or men Page will entertain their exes with doughnuts and coffee In a so- cial hour Saturday afternoon. Iris Graham Memorial Din ing hall has been set as the place for the re-unlon with the meeting beginning at 1 pm. j See All the Good Movies 30c and your activity card will admit all McMurry Students to The Metro Theatre 1726 Butternut Members of the ten McMur- ry social clubs and Wah Wah- taysce women's service or- ganization have announced plans for homecoming-weekend functions honoring their alumni and parents Of the social clubs five are for men five for women with IHR and TIP being the oldest and Alpha PI Alpha and Chi Omlcron being the most-re-cently organized. Alpha Pi Alpha Alpha PI Alpha McMurry's newest women's social club will entertain exes at a lunch- eon In the di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1958

t .AblLLNE TEXAS t'Df X ia50 Redihen Stun ACC Wildcats 20-7 t THE War Whoop VOL. 36 McMurry College Abi lene Texas Oct. 15 1958 No. 6 McM Homecoming Closes On Triumphant Tribesmen Btc mL VmHkG bi'1i4wH SkltuSHH r k ' H"'f -IK' '"'' -M't7 WvM'M Reservation Princess Chief McM Named With the beat of the tradit- ional Homecoming tom-tom ringing in their cars the spirited McMurry Indians combined an explosive first half offense with a deter- mined last half defense to end a two-year drought in their lntra-clty grudge bat- tle Saturday night with a sweet 20-7 victory over the Abilene Christian Callege Wildcats. Coming cut in a msh for the Wildcat goal line in the first half the Indians fea- tured a brother combo of Ernie and Chailic Davis as Einle romped for 51 yaids behind the rugged and crisp blocking of brother Charlie. Unable to move the ball In the last half the Diaves weie forced to man the barricades to force away ACC drives in the very shadows of their own goal line as Coach Nick ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1958

THE WAR WHOOP v Wednesday October'lS 1958 Faire 2 &3m&MM Glimpse of the Globe EDITORIALS Juniors Deserve a Hand The Junior Class has got it. Courage that is. Foresight too for doing what hasn't been done before They deserve every bit of support we can give them in their attempt to bring the "Four Freshmen" to McMurry come Dec. 12.' The ticket sales will go on through this week with student tickets avail ible at $1.50 1'iom any member o f the Junior Class. Reserved seats will cost $2.00. What's .so great about the "Four Fieshmen?" Well maybe nothing. Jiy the standaids of great music they are not gi eat. But by the stand- aids of top entertainment they ARE gicat. People who come expecting to be educated or inspired may be dis- appointed but those who come ex- pecting a top-notch show will go away amply satisfied. Hut the impoitant thing about this venture is the fact that a group of students? is willing to go out on a limb in order to biing nationally- known first-iate enterta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1958

'HHHHIIHIHPP'PHIHiilHBHHHHilH ' WSifln Artm SftlM THE WAE JVJHOOP Wednesday October 15 1958 Pace 3 Tribesmen Romp Over Wildcats 20-7 Continued from Pff. 1 McAdams and Enilc Davis canylng the lead the Btaves diove to the ACC 25 It only took three more plays-to mark the scoieboard asalfp Davis behind the pro- tective blocks of biothei Charlie and Boyd danced aiound end for a seven yard gain McAdams added nine more and the Wildcats cal- led for time out When the game started the ACC team on the move Davis took a handoff and j halfback Geiald Coombs sklited aiound end behind the blocking of chaille to ling up the score standing up McAdams kicked It to givt the Tribe a 14-0 margin reaturing halfbacks Den- slon Moody pnd Hrnry Col- well the Wildcats ground to the McMuny eight yaid line only to be beaten back In the second quarter with How Come from H I comb .By Bob Holcomb Victoiy In Just one game means many thing1; foi all roncemed Usually foi ebout half of those picsent ' vlctoij' me ms...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1958

SOCIAL SECTION ASKS HELP In order that McMurry social clubs may have the best possible coverage in the college paper the War Whoop society department requests that each group submit the follow- ing items by noon Oct. 17: 1. A list of the club officers. 2.An alphabetized list of all members. 3. A list of all the distinguishing marks of a club member i.e. club colors description of sweater flower etc. (if possible). 4. An alphabetized list of fall pledges if any. All news items will be due by 5 p.m. of the Wednesday on which the information is to appear. They should be typed double spaced and should have all listings of mem- bers in alphabetic order. Civil Service Interviewers To Advise Here October 12 James. E McKilllp. Civil- ian 1'er.sonnel Offlcei Dycss All Force Base Abilene and Raleigh n Tuley Jr. Mali- nger Dept. of Health Educat- ion & Welfare Bureau of Old-Age & Suivlvors Insur- ance Abilene will be on the campus Oct 21 icpiesentlng the Federal Civil Service 'lhcy wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1958

THE War Whoop Last Home Game Monday Night! 8 p.m. Indian Stadium Honorary Groups Initiate 26; 5 Make Both VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas Oct. 22 1958 No. 7 'Four Freshmen9 Set December 12 Ticket sales continued to rise as the WAR WHOOP went to press Tuesday and It seemed a near-ceitalnty that the 'Tour Freshmen" will be at McMurry on Dec- ember 12. Members of the McMurry junior class put "on their own" by lack of financial backing have been selling tickets at $1 50 and ?2 00 for seats In Radford Mcmoilal Audltcrium to McMurry stu- detns this week in an effort to raise the $625 required by the professional quartet be- fore final contract arrange- ments can bo made. Dannv Wise junior class president said "We're offciing good entertainment at the lew est price in yeais so Honorary Groups Induct Scholars McMurry 's two national honorary organisations In- itiated 2G new members this week with six students being new Initiates in both graips Alpha Chi a national sch- olastic honorar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1958

KKK Rears Its Head Georgia has its synagogue-bombers. Tenne.s.soe lias its bchool-blasteis. And Texas we blush to own has its Ku Klux Klan. We had though the white-nightshirt-and-pointed-hood crowd long since dead but a nous sheet published by a man in Waco (where he says the KKK has its headquarteis) tells us that the "Aryan Knights" ride again The Klansmen arc using the following peculiar logic: Communists :ur w ked. The KKK is against Communism. Therefore Ku Klan Klan i- iitaous pince vii tue opposes wickedness. "We aie defii Holy anti-Communist" proclaim the KKK sheets. Intel c-tingly enough so arc I-asc- i m .tnd Naziism against Cornmu- I in and we question their vir- U. A poison's or a gioup's opposing a ..long thing does not necessarily m ike the poison or group to bo II I L. A I'ont.s being ack to lecog- ni c a black .sheep's blackness will i ( ' ( hangc the fo.it to a sheep. And wliile nobody is sn piling that Communism would eventually bring ni i ni the ovo throw oi the Ai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1958

ifSSi Tribe Leads ET Lions nits in Fourth iMoU W'- .. i-ai-j- jdui y Hia w 'i - '' u - I IV K.V T . 'Tl7r"Wii PJl"!4S''tfa.Vf' 'Kr From McAdams . . . Out of the mars. lands cf Louisiana come the McNeesc State Cowboys to the drv plains hunting v rounds of the McMurry Indians. The o'.d weapons cf bows arrows and guns will be leplaccd with lootball as the two teams meet Monday night In Indian Stadium. The Monday night game will be a new twist in an at- tempt to bring a bigger crowd into the arena at McMurry The Cowbrys suppoiting n record of three wins and two losses will be led by full- back Bobby Magee who has picked up 2GG yards lushing. Coach L. C. DeVall has devel How Come Cowboys and To Meet B from .By Bob Last week new rules were added to the men's lntra- mmal football piogram These rules give to a blocker the use of one foreaim and the opportunity to leave his feet on a block. Most players greet these rules with open arms but take another lock before shouting. Unlike most schoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1958

Maid of Cotton Will Tour World In '59-McMurry Women Eligible MEMPHIS Tcnn. (Spl.) The 1058 Maid of Cotton will visit Bermuda next summer for the opening of her global tour the National Cotton Council announced today. The cotton Industry's 21st fashion and good will repre- sentative will fly to the Island ly Hrltlsh Overseas Ah way.- In caily June. She will star In a fashion show based on the theme of an aiound - the -world cotton wardrobe and nl.so will paitlclpate In the colony's 350th anniversary celebration. Before going to Bermuda the Maid of Cotton will com- plete a tour of 30 major cities In the United States and Can- ada. Another British colony Nassau will be the Initial stop on her exciting International journey scheduled to begin In late January. The Cotton Council reports that next year's Maid will be the first to visit both Ber- muda and Nassau and to cir- cle the globe. Helen Landon of Huntington Tenn. King Cot- ton's 1057 emissary spent the Easter holidays In Bermuda wl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1958

UBRAM Oh (b UNfc. TEXAS U&JS9 jtibb TE War Whoop WWKiate i T pSC. JflSjf WE MADE IT!! Junior president Dannj Wise left anil sttretary Linda Hoover hac cause for celebration as they show lion the class's ticket-sales campaign to bring the Tour rrcslimcn" to McMurry December 12 went "ocr the top." At the time the picture was taken the juniors were well on their way toward the second goal the rest of the $1210 guaranteed the famed professional group for their performance. (Photo by Elchcnbcrger) "Fourth R" Is Of College RE Dr Haivcy Potthoff pro- fessor of Christian Theol- ogy at Illff School of Theol- ogy Denvei will address Mc- Murry students dining Relig- ous Emphasis Week Novem- ber 11-13 on the theme ' Questions Worth Asking within the general theme for the week ' The rouith 'If in Education " Schedule foi the week has been announced by the steer- ing committee as follows: Tuesday November 11 0 30 a m a short drama wilt- ten by McMiuiy students keynollnj the thrmc 'The Fouith ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 29 1958 Pace 2 What Fear? The Irish Hungarians Americans and all men are subject to that force called fear. What is it that haunts men's minds? The fairies hold a strange position in the minds of the Irish. In Limerick Ireland Shannon's International Airport has expansion prob- lems. One runway may not be extended to accommodate the new jet planes because the "fairies" have a fort at one end of the runway and Irish workmen refuse to tear the stone building down for the runway exten- sion. Yes this happened this month in the 20th century. Strange forces work in the minds oi men ! The blacker side of this strange force can be seen at work in Hun- gary. Caidinal Mindszenty the lead- er of two thirds of the people of Hungary is a prisoner in the world's strangest prison. He is the only lead- er of the Hungarian revolution which broke out two years ago who is still alive. For two years he has been a pris- oner in the American Legation in Budapest wheic he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1958

Tribe Romps to 21-0 Victory Over Cowboys Opening the chutes for thice touchdowns In the sec- ond quaiter the McMurry In- dians then turned to defense as they felled the McNecse State Cowbojs 27-0 In Indian Stadium Monday night. With 4.G00 onlookers the Indians ciankcd up foi thicc TD's aftei a head-knocking first quaiter Aftu the bilef scoilng spluige both teams manned the banlcadcs and began knocking heads again Quarterback Tcmmy Me- Adams opened the scoring with a one yard sneak thru to fullback Ernie Davis for anothei and then Davis pul- led In a stiay Cowboy pass to lomp for a G9-yard touch- down run. The 10113I1 Ccwboys from Louisiana unveiled a fresh- man quaiterback Don Bicaux In taking the open- ing klckoff After 75 yards tj the McM two yaid line. On the fourth down Breaux was hit haul fumbled and end Dalton Hicks giabbed the loose ball to save the day. After a punting exchange McMuiry drove 65 yards to How Come from .By Bob With football season mov- ing past the mid-field m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1958

TOE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 29 1958 Page 4 Jural i Pi 1 1 2. :. IVi i j s ?IMHEri3Ru!lE I Ground-Breaking Ceremony Held For $100000 McMurry Band Hall Ground-breaking ceremo- nies for a new $100000 band hall for the McMuny Indian Band were held last Thurs- day following the regular col- lege chapel services. I Raymcnd McDanlel Abi- lene businessman and local chairman of the McMuiry building committee tinned the fhst spade of earth Next was Mrs E M Touchstone 01 McrKL'i longtime suppurtiH and friend of McMuny and the band Professor Ravmaid T. "Prof" Bynum diiector of the musical group nnd Dr Gordon R Bennett picsldent of the college were next In the ground-breaking ceremo- ny. The structure tc be erec- ted between Indian Stadium and Hunt Hall will be the tatn&YAn ETTLM "-3 2Zl&$Z " WE DIGGING TOR THEASUKE MRS. TOUCHSTONE? The "treasure" will lie a new S1000M( band hall for the McMurry Indian Hand and turning a shovelful of dirt at the cround-hrcildii: ceremony is Mrs. E. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 November 1958

THE arWftoop VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas November 12 1958 No. 9 Dr. Young Announces Application Due Date for Spring Practice "All students who plan to do student teaching during the spring semester must make application before the Thanksgiving holidays" an- nounced McMurry education department head Dr. Morgan M. Young Monday. He con- tinued "Application forms may be obtained from the education office on the sec- ond floor of the Cooke build- ing." McMurry students doing practice teaching this semes- ter total 20 with 12 at the secondary level 14 elemen- tary. Secondary teachers this se- mester Include the following at Abilene High School: Mar- ilyn ailllland band; Kenneth Mills choir; Klchaul and Sa- rie Schpperppl history nnrl band; and Rosemarie Sar- gent choir. South Junior High has Dor- othy Johnson P. E ; Neysa Fetrie choir; Bob Prltchett and Dan Smith P. E.; and Jerry Tate band. The ICONOCLAST BY DON "I beseech ye brethren by the bowels (today we should say "mercies"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 November 1958

TRIBESMEN TALK BACK Majority or Minority? Last week the American people marched to the polls in tremendous numbers to oust manv of the Kenublicans in the United States Congress h the House elections not one incumbent Democrat was replaced and Senate control was assured to the Democrats not for the next two years but for the next four. From the slender maioritv of 49 to 47 that the Dem ocrats formerly held they wound up with a lead that simply cannot be overcome in 10. It would seem to the impartial observer that the Democrats who voted for Eisenhower the independ- ents and many of the Republicans were discontented with the policies ot the Eisenhower Administration Comments made by the press throughout the world listed foreign policy a period of recession right- wingism in the Republican party and what was called the "shrinking prestige oi President Eisenhower as some of the reasons for the re sults. These are naturally important but a factor that overshadows these political causes i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 November 1958

mJi&wJWK S&S&meS2S "iiw-'" 235 YARDS Thai's how much ardagc Gcorfic IJrlilscs (left) and James Hoyd Rained between them in Salurilaj's game uitli New Mexico A&M. Bridges ground out 160 ards for his season's high while Bojd accounted for 75 jards on the ground. McM Rednien to Don War Paint for Louisiana Tech The McMurry Indians will forge the Red Rivei Situiday and movo Into Louisiana In hopes of picking up victoiy number six agalnst the Loui- siana Tech Bulldogs. The Redmen are ejected to be at full strength with the return of fullback Ernie Davis Dals leads the Tribe In lushing with 395 yards scoiing with 80 points and pass lecelving with 230 yards The line will have the usual faces with Dalton Hicks Jim and Charlie Baldwin Charlie Davis leading the charge Into the opposition The Biaves will go Into the conflict with a season lecoid of fhe wins against three losses as they weie defeated last week by New Mexico A&M. . -The- Canines fiom Louisi- ana Tech will be p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 November 1958

THE WAR Pace 4 Delta Beta Takes Honors At Second TIP Singsong Delta Beta women'.? social club again this year took first place In the annual McMurry slng-slng November 2. The 25-nicmber club did an arrangement of "It's a Grand Night For Singing." The girls wore pastel colored formals long white gloves and white hats. All organizations who en- tered the contest were re- quired to sing an arrange- ment of the Alma Mater as well as another song of their own choosing. Ko Sari men's social club took .second place with "Shenandoah." KIVA men's .social club took third place with their rendition of "Tell Me Why.'' Other 'groups who entered the contest were Kappa Phi Alpha PI Alpha and Gamma Sigma. All these groups are women's social clubs. Kappa Phi did "Somewhere Over the Rainbow;" Alpha PI "Voice In the Village Choir;" Gamma Sigma "Song of Love " For .special numbers dur- ing the Intermission the In- dianalres men's quartet KIVA Has Picnic And Church Nitc KIVA Social Club held Its annual ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1958

McM Profs Student Honored (Sec Page 4) VOL. 36 McM Inaugurates Bill tfh 21Bv 4.M. teJrHiT IRaV 'MB ifmW4 vi SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS IN BELLS NO LESS! The Hand Bell Choir of the In- dian Band proudly displays the new set of hand bells which recently arrived from Holland. The 25-bcll set cost the band $700 and will be presented to the West Texas public while the band is on tour this week. Members of the choir from left to right are Ann Bynum Ernestine Hoffman Dwain Glenn John Bailey Jerry Tate Bill Parrish J. Weldon Moore Marilyn Gilliland Anita Squires and Judy Mathis. (Photo by Judy Mathls) Tribe Bandsters Tour West Texas for Fall The world-traveled Mc- Murry Indinn Band directed by Raymond T. (Proi) By- num left yesterday on Its an- nual fall tour through West Texas. Last night the band played a concert In Big Spring with an appearance In Odessa set for Wednesday and a final program In Port Stockton on Thursday. Other school pio- grams en route have been tentatively scheduled but wer...

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