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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1958

TIIE WAR WHOOP Wednesday November 191958 Page 2 TIIE ICONOCLAST EDITORIALS A Concerned Public Would it be proper to say that finally a fragment of the Ameri- can public is becoming concerned about the people in our society who have handicaps but can still contribute to the good of society? The con- cerned person or public docs something about problems. In Dallas there is a Vocational School which is working on the problem of training the American Indian to make his own living apart from the reservation. The school is giving courses in various practiciil skills which enable a man to go out in the world and earn his own living. Price of Liberty Liberty has been defined as "freedom Itom slavery bondage lmpilsonment 01 con- trol by anotlici " With this definition In mind 1 craning the hlstoiy of our country one can cleat ly see that oui Ubeity or free- dom was puuhasid for a pi lee This "pi Ice" was not paid with dollais and cents but wltli iiinn's lives broken homes and a war- totn cou...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1958

ENMU Tilt to Finish Tribe's Grid Season Coach Tommy Ellis' Mo I max regular season play for Murry Indians will be out to both ball clubs and will bo stop a two-game losing the fifth time that the two streak Saturday night as they schools have met. McMurry battle the Eastern New Mex- I has won three of the con- lco Greyhounds In Portales at tests while the game In 1052 eight p m. I ended In 7-7 tie. The Indl- Saturday's contest will ell- ans and tho Oieyhounds last ate Rally Falls Short; ows to Doss we The bite of the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs was fatal to the McMmry Indians Sat- in day r.i'ht as their last min- ute rally fell short. In win- ning 20-12 the Bulldogs had to repulse the pass-and-catch combination of Terry O'Brien to Dalton Hicks In older to gain the triumph. With the score tied the canines f l o m Louisiana sprang halfback Paul Hyncs loose for 50-yards and rode th& aim of quaiterback James McCabe for two touchdown passes to avenge last year's defeat. The passers went ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1958

Pajre 4 Sandra Dee Theatre on Hy DON 110 VI) Sindra D"e shown above with John Saxon In n scene from "The Restless Yeats") came to Abilene this week- end for tlneo Sunday ap- peal anccs couile.sy o Uni- versal - International Stu- dio and Interstate Thea- tii's The 10-year-old .starlet was accompanied by an cu- tout age which Included her mother a teacher an exploit- ation man for U-I and 10 pieces of luggage. At a special press luncheon for Abilene reporters and ra- dio per.sonncl Miss Dee spar- kled a Mnllc and (when no- body was looking) looked tired. Her escort Airman Bob Jones of Dyess AFB might as well have been another piece of luggage handy to have around for appearance's .sake but not really notice- able. We can hear him telling his grandchildren about It "Wuaaaal. Ituis It wit like this First she talked to them tepoiter felleis an' then the McM Professors Hono ucceivc rs Two MeMuiry women pro- fessors. I)i. s Slna M Mottand Solum I. Ulstiop have recent- ly been honoied by p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 November 1958

THE Four Freshmen Coming! (Sec Page 4) Patronize War Whoop Advertisers VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas November 26 1958 No. 11 -VvarWRoop FOUR LITTLE FIVE LITTLE INDIANS . . . Shown above arc the Indianaires male quartet with the Chanters who will be on their annual fall tour December 7-10. They are (left to right) J. L. Mayhew Lamcsa; David Uennlngficld Levclland; Basil Foy Sweetwater; and Paul Stubbs Abi- lene. Their accompanist (seated) is Ed Lewis Breckcn- ridge. Chanters Schedule Fall Tour in West Texas NM The McMurry Chanters will leave on their annual fall tour December 7 and be gone three days. They are sched- uled for performances at five Methodist Churches and five high schools in Texas and New Mexico. The group directed by Dr. Richard C. von Ende will leave on Sunday morning De- ceinber""7THiun6trt0"5TryTlerr0f a performance at the First Methodist Church there. That evening they are scheduled to sing at the First Methodist Church in Hobbs New Mex- ico. Monday mornin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 November 1958

A Prayer for Thanksgiving Day . ALMIGHTY GOD. our heavenly Father whose mercies are with- " out number and the treasuie of whose goodness is infinite we render Thee thanks for all the gifts Thou has bestowed upon us. May mutual love and kindness gladden our feast of Thanksgiving to Thee. we thank Tlito for I In favor -hon unto oui fathers and Thv faithfulness continued unto tilth ( Illicit ( n for IIm ruli I mil t ivfn us foi an Inheritance and the gicat powrr cntiustcd to the (0Ip for (he fldilih of men set In autlioilty and tin peue in ilnt.ilned bv Ufihtcous laws for protection fiom outwatd dumcis and dellvennce fioin lnwud stilfe for .in hononlile plate among the nitlons and the oppoitunltv of Increasing serv- ice to the w oi Id Ktt'p thou t'ic mlloii beineilh Thy nrc mil guide (lie si ite .molding to Tin will; mil 'Ililne shall bo the plorv and Hie praise ind the Hi tnlEsghiiiK from gintratloti to generation. Amen. from The Sttidenl Prajcrbook Holiday Time Holiday time Is heic ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 November 1958

Tribe Beats ENMU for 6-4 Record . &Y???Wf . W'm w w ill fC1i m 1 MM &&ae&fc?1se. ss:.x' "'jcinu "wft-.c?iS!5S3rwr ""wasr r5TOrirrnv. rvvi;ivi; tkiiiesiien take tkiimphani' ioi'h An even doen McMurrj gridmen plajtd their hst game for Coach 'lommj Ellis Saturdaj November ii at Por- talcs N.IM. IKONT HOW (left to right) guard Charlie Davis Stamford; quarter!) uk lonimv Mc.Ail.ims l!ig Sfring; fullback Ernie Davis Slamlord; lialf baric James Ilojil Hamlin IJCK HOW: End Jim Jackson Hamilton; Cagemen to Open Against Texas University December 2 in Austin On December 2 the Mc- Muiry College Indians will moe into Austin to engage the University of Te: as Long horns in the opening game of the basketball reason The Indians will lely on mote height and speed foi the 1958-1959 season but have a lack of expeiience that could sec its hopes dim- med Stitrr Bnrnhorrr-baT.k-f oHiIt third yeai as head coach can field a team tht would In- clude only one senior and one junioi in the line...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 November 1958

The year was 1917 The place was the Arthur Jordan Conservatory In Indianapolis The people were four college men who didn't have an pendlng money so they sat nroinul the dormitory .slaying and playing Just for fun. Presley Jeweler 1059 N. 2nd HERE DECEMBER 12 Four Freshmen Started As Collegiate Songsters But they figured they might as well sing for money and they did Just that for three years torn lug various night spots In the Midwest. One night In 1950 while they were singing In Dayton Ohio Stan Kenton heard them. The famed bad leader got Capitol Records to sign the quartet and a son? call- ed "Clue Woild" sent them Into fame - and - fortune -filled orbit. And to this day they'll tell youthat they don't remem- ber how they got the tune. There arc four of them each of whom plays several Instruments as well as being a top-notch singer. They tra- vel quite a lot spending sum- mers on the night rlub cir- cuit and visiting college cam- puses dtulng the school month:.. They will bo at Mc...

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

Four THE Freshmen Patronize War Whoop Advertisers Coming! VOL. 36 McMuriy College Abilene Texas December 10 1958 No. 12 w-rcu xynvuu . ". ..'6 1 rn' SA.1. HHfc." 1..- 'jfiBafflftiSar Ufe Center rilday. Decern- . a .-xsi- .w. j vs&j 7s ifii!ir?v7i?Ki WINDOW SHOPPERS Santa Claus (not shown) may be tearing his curly white hair if all the girls want things as nice as those shown in the window display which seems to fascinate these two McMurry coeds. Abilene merchants arc going all-out this year to provide for high-quality gifts which are nonetheless within the budget range of col- lege students The girls are (you guessed it Gail Ruckcr Lockncy; Itarbara Sturges Albuquerque N M and Misses Sturges and Rucker again. (Photo bj Lichenbcrgcr) Four Freshmen to Finish Fabulous Fall Tour at McMurry Friday The Four Fieshmen widely its hlstoiy. .their own singing and play- Irrown vocal gioup will be I Ihe gioup is here In con- ing. on the McMuny campus at Junction with the Junior 'pne )3ig bre...

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

EDITORIALS THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday 'DtetmbcrJiS;-1558 Pace 2- The Way to Greatness Earlier this year former Pres- ident Herbert Hoover (who is .whether you approve "of his being a Republican or not by anybody's ac- count one of America's great men) spoke at Valley Forge to a nation facing the "difficulties and con- fusions" of the Space Age. The end of his speech held a dramatic surprise; for he revealed to his audience that he had stood on the same spot and spoken the same words to the same nation 27 years ago in 931 as America faced an- Privatc Colleges Need Creater Support (Reptlnted from the FORT WORTH- STAR-TELEORAM) Dr John T. Rcttalllatn president of the Illinois Institute of Technology predicts that n tuition chat go of $1000 a year will be "commonplace" in private colleges and uni- versities within the next 10 years and that In some Instances It will exceed $2CD0 The estimate Is exclusive of all other costs of a college education: fees board and room books transpoitatlon an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 10 1958 FOUR FRESHMEN FRIDAY! Caught in a Shower"? I'LL GIVE AS MUCH AS I CAN That's what McMurry students and faculty members alike are saying as they participate in the McMtirrj portion of Abllcnc's annual "Good- fellow" operation. Shown above arc (left to right) Koy Price who is solicitor in Gold Star Dorm receiving donations from Jcrrj Dison LcMlIand freshman and Miss Jennie Tate longtime McMurry faculty member and math professor (Sec related story be- low.) (Photo by Lichcnlirrgcr) k McMurry to Share Yuletide Jovf ulness McMurry students and fac- ulty members are getting a chance this week and next to share the Christmas spi- rit by helping a needy Abi- lene family to have a Meny Christmas The Abilene "Goodfellows" have assigned one family to McMurry and a campus stu- dent group which prefers to l emaln anonymous has tak- posslbly can This is one way 'for us to really share the the job of soliciting and collecting donations from the people of th...

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

aooiiAi hvav am Wednesday December 10 19S8 rage 4 Methodist AlLAmericaii Names McMurry Player McMurry College Is one of the 25 Methodist related four- ear colleges and universi- ties which placed one or more (;rldlron stars on the 1058 All- American Methodist Unlver- verslty and College elevens Charlie Davis of McMurry was named to the Methodist All-American college team for the second straight car. He was the only repeatei on the college .selections from the telcctlons of last year. The All-Amerlcan teams are announced In the cur- rent Issue of Together the Methodist Mldmonth maga- zine for families which will Le out December 15. Selections again were made by Fred Russell sports edi- tor of The Nashville Banner. Picked by him were a first and second university team and a first and second college team from among the play- ers at 82 Methodlstlrelatcd universities nnd rnllf!n:. I Davis and end Tom Tay lor of Albion have already been named to the Little All- Amerlcan team. Bowl Bid Coc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 10 1958 Page 5 War Whoop Sports Boxing Tourney Is Open To McMuitv Students McMurry students Inter- ested In amateur boxing have been extended a special In- vitation to train for the Ab- ilene Regional Golden Gloves Tournament January 10 17 and 19. Training facilities with competent Instructors have been set up at the Sears Gymnasium at Fair Park un- der the direction of City Rec- reation Department. The gym Is open each night from 7 to 9 pm. Several warmup bouts will be avail- able for boxers befoie the re- gional tournament. This year's Golden Gloves tournament will be at Rose Held House on the campus of Hardln-Simmons University. The tournament Is sponsored by the Abilene Reporter-News and proceeds go to the pa- per's Learn-to-Swim Program each summer teaching the city's youngsters how to swim. Director of the tournament will be Jack Holden of the editorial staff of the Reporter-News. Supervising training at Fair Park are Jack Turner vet- eran boin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1958

JOOHAl Pace C 'Inhaling Bad for Smokers' Doctor - Writer Points Out Dr. Joe C. Humphrey Ac- ademic Dean at McMurry has nsked the WAR WHOOP to pass on the following In- formation to McMurry stu dents.. "It Is the duty of the schools" said Dr Humphrey In dlscussln? the artit'.c on the problem of deaths related to smoking "to emphasize the facts conttalncd In this aitlcle." The article was written by Dr Walter C Alvarez Consul- tant Emeritus In Medicine nnd Professor Emeiltus of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic nnd Foundation. The United States Public Health Set vice has reported that the death rate for smo- l:eis Is 32 per cent higher than the death rate for non- Miiokcr.s This conclusion was from lesults of a study of nearly 200000 US vctctans reported on by Dr. Hat old F. Dorn. "The death rate from all causes In smokers was 10 per thousand as against 13 1 per thousand for nonstnokers. I don't sec now how anyone Is going to laugh this off As In picvlous studies so In this on the death rat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1958

Cwil Service Launches Major Search More than 200 of the most inqulsltlve-mlnded college seniors and recent graduates J hlSh Potential for research In the country will be sought for Federal'sclentlflc research positions through an Inten- sive nation-wide search the Civil Service Commission an- nounced recently. In addition to a big bump of curiosity the persons Ites. sought must have imagina- tion resourcefulness and a work In engineering or the physical sciences. Eleven of the top government research Jaboratorics located In and around Washington D. C are among the Federal agen- cies seeking the inquisitive college seniors and gradua- Mcchanlcs of the search Is a nation-wide written civil service examination which will ba given In February at more than 1000 examination points across the nation. To help push the search deans of college departments and college placement officers throughout the country have been supplied with detailed Information about the exam- For that "Special Angel"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1958

Pae 8 THE WAK WHOOP Wednesday December 10 1958 FOUR FRESHMEN FRIDAY! i ' I ' ' i 't" P ? ( a MaiiHRie tmdi ham. coPTKiaNt O itti tc com com com RaraAvis It's a rare bird Indeed who doesn't ' care for lliu Kood taste of Coke! In fact you might even call liim an. odd ball. After all 58 million times n day somebody somewhere enjoys Coca-Cola. All these people just can't be wrong! mmmk evt'jrfa SIGN OF GOOD TASTE Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by Texas Coca-Cola KoUIing Company IMioup Oil 2-3232 Abilene Tesar DECK THE HALLS AND TRIM THE WINDOWS Mem- bers of the McMurry art department staff are shown above adding a festive air to the library windows. The brightly-colored cellophane they are installing will give the appearance of stained-glass windows depicting the Christmas story. From left to right they are James Large assistant; Sherwood Suter professor of art; and (irctchen Girdner assistant. (Photo by Eichcnbcrgcr) Abilene State School Will Have Christmas Party The ...

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

THE Merry Christmas To All . . . . . And to All A SAFE Trip! VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas December 17 1958 No. 13 AtyarWRoop Reservation Assumes Festive Air Happy Holidays Assured For Careful Yule Drivers With high hopes for a hap- py holiday season and glad anticipation of visits with the home folks hundreds of McMuny students will Join the pick of homeward-bound college students on Texas highways this weekend. Visions of turkey 'n' dres- sing baked ham and all the trimmings a tree laden with presents dates with the sweet- heai t at home all these may race through the minds of de- parting Indians as their feet press harder on the accel- erators But all these visions that go dancing through so many happy heads could be marred by one awful sight that of their own collision The highways will be crow- ded as the people of the Res- ervation join students from all over the state and nation all competing for the "right-of-way.'' Each driver must be aware of the dangerous effects ...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 17 1958 r.i?p 2 EDITORIALS Christmas Is Still the Same (Editor's Nolo: This Christmas editorial was taken from llic 1931 Christmas edition of tin WAK WHOOP.) The Christmas Holiday is the most beautiful of all holidays because of its simplicity. It touches the hearts of the children; it appeals to the par- ents; it is wonderful in its appeals to every thoughtful person the shep- herds an open Heaven a barn a manner for a crib and a little baby. Could anything he more exquisitely simple? All the details appeal to and comm mk'1 the awe of every one of us and call forth from us the highest character of praise Christmas is the birthday of the (Jieat Peace Maker. Peace between estranged friends and neighbors rests on the same principles as peacemaking between churches and nations. We should catch anew the wondrous strains of that angel song "Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace and good will among men." These words are still the mu- sic and the i...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 17 1958 VmEpZ I Tagc 3 from .By Bob The Indians returned home fiom a dlsastious load trip Tluusday when they take o Howaid Paynes Yellow j ac 1 -ets In Indinn Gym Not onl did the Tilbe stiff u a losing skein on the load but also at one time thcic weic only two ltgulars who were able to play Only Bud Shelton and Bill Snow den weic able to tart In the latter parts of the tilp. Defeat Is bad but lnjuiles can be even worse They can We Wish You A Merry Christmas w And A Happy New Year MERLE NORMAN Cosmetics Studio 2nd at Cypress May happiness be with you and yours at this Christmastime . . . and throughout the coming New Year! Presley's Jewelers 1059 N. 2nd Mr? WW VFW Bowling Lanes No. 2nd at Kirkwood Student Rates between 9 & 5 Bowl where the students bowl rcBIV 'J fSssfZr MsxaLSr ohomb Holcomb. ilcmonlL' a team and t a 1. e the flfht out of It ao l.othln the can This is a rood team which lus all the cumaik ot i fine rlub by pos.L slnr a peed height ...

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

l?W'is-tl KT' v l Tt ' .-v jww . r - r - " r --t' " HSBYBYBYBRh IPlBBYBYABn iiMBBBBBiPVvffr IPBBBBBBBBm I y1iBWBB?'lr - n IrtBVBVBVBVH l IJOKMITORY DAMSELS DECORATE DOORS McMurry coeds have made their dormi- tory hallwajs into festive passages with seasonall -decorated doors. One of the most elaborate is shown at left above. (If you look just below the mantel you can see the doorknob.) And while there is only one door which says so there doubtless is more than one toed anticipating a "Blue Christmas" separated from her "feller." (Photo by EichcnbcrKcr) Ccrman Club Is Started at McM McMurry students taking Gcininn language courses met No' ember 18 to re-organlzc the German Club formerlv known us "Dlu Deutschen In- diuncr" (The German Indi- ans). The club belli? revived under the sponsorship of Mc- May the spirit of Christmas be with you this Holiday! The Pender Co. Ill S.rt.ir Murry German professor Mrs Felix Rosser has not yet de idert upon the name undei which it will operate New o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 January 1959

THE Patronise WAR WHOOP Advertisers Finn Exams January 19-23 VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas January 7 1959 No. 14 rW&rWhoov Methodists Seek 817 New Missionaries in '59 The Methodist Church has 817 specific openings for mis- sionaries in its home and overseas fields In 1959. The figure includes openings In the United States (including Alaska) Hawaii Puerto Rico and 32 countries overseas. The list o fopenlnss has been announced by the Me- thodist Board of Missions through Its Office of Mis- sionary Personnel (150 Fifth Ave. New York 11 N.P.) The 817 figure Is an in- crease of 155 openings over the 1958 total of 662. It re- presents an increase of five in the openings listed in the home field and an increase of 150 listings overseas The total Includes 120 spe- cific openings In home fields and 697 overseas. The open- ings are for service under all three of the Board's admin FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE Monday January 19 10 MWF 9-12 1 MWF 2-5 Wednesday 9 MWF 2 MWF Thursday Janu...

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