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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 January 1959

EWTORIALS y - ' On Avoiding" "Avbidism" 2 Tfl tBdl WAX WKAOPm l v -' 5 Wiwnr. JrtAirg JV1938 - - '-' ' 1 .. . 4 I (Editor's Note! The f ojlowlns editorial which was begun In the last Issue of we have at McMurry Uttfortanately the last ahd.besWpart of .the editorial the WAIfWIIOOP. was written by Ben Ezzcll In the CANADIAN RECORD was lost at the printer's. So here is the whole editorial for McMurry read- with the comment "Seems they have the same problems in Canadian that era.) Am vnn nn "nvoidist"? vented anything new . . .he's them the United Nations) on a nniwnrt tv intnrviow Just put a name to a trend which some members dls- show recently featured a tnt is plaguing this coun- agreed ... so W avoid any Greenwich Village character try. We are becoming a na- discussion of the matter it . . . . i- it.. - tlnn nf 'nvnlrllct3 " tima livlrinrf fn rfilnpfr. fhp pn who claimed to be the or- tlon of "avoldists." was decided to reject the en- Iginator of a now cult of A study group in a loc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 January 1959

-M& McM; MU to Tangle In 'Battle of Indians' With basketball getting back In. full swing following the holidays McMurry's cag- ers will meet the Midwestern University Indians in the first District 8 NAIA tilt for both teams Wednesday night in Wichita Falls. In their only contest dur- ing the holidays McMurry's Indians fell to the University of Houston 87-52. Earlier they had defeated New Mexi- co Western College to mark Jz. W piUUC 382 PINE ST JEWELER ORIV-IK THUTI AT 3800 PINE ST. IillUtl aIjJI NOW SHOWING "RESTLESS YEARS" with John Saxon Sandra Dec SUN.-MON.-TUES. ROBERT TAYLOR ... T? CINfMAJCOff THE I I ""' Minocoiot LklAW AND JAKE WADE' This Ad and one paid ad- mission will admit any IMcIM student and date to the PARK anytime now thru Jan. 13th. the Warriors first victory of the season. The loss to Hou- ston left the Indians with a 1-10 record. Baker Paces Victory With Charlie Baker and Ray James leading the way the Rcdmcn avenged an ear ly season defeat at the hands of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 January 1959

New Federal Loan Funds Are Set Up For Students; Available for Spring ! YfAmtH7 Hnmtf1US'- A new loan plan has been set up by the federal govern- ment for the purpose of aid- ing college men and women In their educational prepar- ation according to Dr. W. B. McDanlcl vice-president of McMurry College. Dr. Ma Daniel explained the new loan program to the McMurry student body assembly on December 1G 1958. The new provision aimed especially at students In the fields of public school teach- ing science mathematics engineering and foreign languages will allow a stu- dent to borrow as much as $1000 per year with the to- tal not to exceed $5003 for a four year course of study Any student pursuing a full-time course of study to- ward a degree and who can Justify the need for the loan Is eligible the McMurry vice- president said. Special consideration wi 1 1 be given to superior students who arc preparing to teach in elementary and secondary Wahs Walls Set Event Saturday The annual Wah Wahtay-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 January 1959

"lM- '.'.LEG! Patronize 1 JHL Jit . .". It?S d trOOO Advertisers . . Vtm L Business $---irai YVIL VOL. 36 Reservation Begins New Semester Dunbar Combo To Play Friday The Dunbar Combo a gioup of musicians from Dun- bar High School in Lubbo-k will be on the Reservation Friday evening to piovlde music for the semester's fhst social function to begin at 8pm in Radford Social Hall The danct sponsored by the Student Association is one of numerous enteitaln- ment events throughout the semester made possible by the new fifty-cent student asso- ciation fee" said Donnie Campbell student association picsldcnt Monday ' The Dunbai Combo was vcty well leccived the last time they came to McMuiry' the Tulla senior continued 'They are a ically fine group and v.e thlnl: evetybody will enjov the function ' MSCFcrs Hold Retreat at Cisco Allen Biockway direttoi of the Wesley Foundation at West Texas Slate College Canyon was spcakei foi the McMuuy MSCF retreat held at a Piesbyteilan camp near Cisco last ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 January 1959

EDITORIALS Who Got Cheated? TIip siihinct of cheatimr is a perennial topic of discussion in school circles. And like the weath er it is one of those topics about wnicii tnere is a great deal more talk than action. The distressing thing about it is that it real- ly dot"? nobody any good. The people who say "'Cheaters only hurt themselves." are not quite right however: every person in the college is hurt when a student gets credit lor woric ciisnon- cstly done. F.vm-v nnvson who has ever graduated from McMurry every person who ever expects to grad uate from McMurry every person who is now or ever has been or ever will be a student at Mc- Murry all these persons stake their 1 epilations on the reputation of the College. Damage done to the reputation of the College is then damage to every individual connected with McMurry. It isn't that folk will say that McMurry is full of people who cheat no one need ever think that. The tumble is that people who graduate from college aie expected to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 January 1959

Tride Wins 3 of Last As WTSC Next McMurry's Indians with three victories In their last four games will bo seeking to continue their winning ways when they tiavel to Canyon Saturday night to battle the West Texas State Buffaloes The Indians sparked by the return to action of Charlie Baker and Bobby Driver as well as the addition of Toby Buikhardt have won theli last two ball games to up their season lecord to four victories against twelve de- feats Driver out with a leg in- jury for most of the season saw part-time action In both 4 1 I I1 lip jhi 4i&SBi toikJStekr sSSe -asaiSSaaflSH NI.U) A LITTLK Ill.U McMurij's Hill Snawelcn 21 and Owen Mobley 32 appear to lie trjing In help Pan American's Sonny Self 21 in in the ball with Stetc Hoard 12 looking on. The Indians defeated the Krone Satuiday nisht by a margin of 78-72. Thsnclads Scl 14-Mcct Skcd Tiack coach Grant Teaff has tentatively set a 14-mcet schedule for McMuuy Coll- ege's tiack and field team The Indian l unnci s will laun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 January 1959

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday January 2$ 1959 Pace 4 I'l.NNII'.S I'OK 'llir. TOOK? This seems to be the plea from the four winners of Mt.Murrv's beard crowing contest pictured above. Actually they are "showing oif" the mugs they rcrncd as pri7es. From left the winners arc Dnniiic Campbell "most unique"; Rondel Davidson longest Wayne rdmondson "scroungicst"; and Dwaln Glenn "best effort with the least reward." (Photo by Eichonbcrger) FOURTH IN A SERIKS Icoiig Five-Year Ut ;k srrcmr.u CPn tnr studmtsl Mid scint tot h is (( i) n tine of "ome ul tlie an lnl of otlieis Out in the new anlvals is Homy luitiu (pionoiincod Young I Kim ronuosa A qulik aleit 1 c i sou he is cagoi to toll us iDout lilmsill .md ids bac.k- ioiiikI .McMiin-y Receives Gift From Gulf Oil I'rotfram In Guidon H Hennott 1h dint in McMiury an- c imml month tli it the col- c io li.is loeently not hod a ill ol $11!') fiom Oulf Oil ".ul to Education" Piogtani I.i Mid Unit Hie Oulf funds luis oai .no 'being dlslilbii- tul in nuid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1959

. . . It?s Good Business Advertisers . . . VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas February 4 1959 No. 10 Patronise I Hi fc- WAR WHOOP -rTUI rVIIVW SNOWED? SNO WAY TO SKATE! Roy Trice Sweetwater junior was having a little trouble Monday when freezing temperatures anil snow turned the Reservation into a king-sized skating rink. His skat- ing wasn't too good and these laughing coeds gave him much-needed assistance in getting up. They are (1. to r.) Fat Young Hoblis N. M. sophomore; Pat Klnnard Abi- lene freshman; Karen Willingham Winters freshman; Mary Drown Iiaircl junior; and Deana Barnes Abilene junior. (Photo by Eichenbcrgcr) Lewis Wins $50 Award; To Play Recital Sunday Ed Lewis senior from Brec- kenridge was presented a S50 fine arts scholaishlp by the Federation of Women's Clubs of Abilene January 29 Lewis was the unanimous choice of the McM music fa- tuity and the McMuny club committee composed of Mary Eula Seats Mis Richaid von Ende and Mrs Bro Mingus A short speech was made by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1959

THE WAS WHOOP Wednesday February 4-1339 Pace 2 EDITORIALS t Honor System or Honorable People? Recently there was blazoned across the f ront page of a major Texas College newspaper "Honor Code May Be Tried 1" The story beneath that headline told of a proposal made by a professor to the college's Student Congress that an honor system be initiated on a limited scale in phases of the campus life where its "positive results could be accurately deter- mined." "Its accomplishments" the story read "would then be presented to the academic deans with a request for a scholastic honor system." The professor himself a 40-year veteran at the school described a partial honor system in use at the school for 14 years in the 1920's and '30's as "never be- ing a ijiiccess." "Each examination book contained a pledge signed by the student stating the test was taken without assistance and the student would report any Instance of cheating he noticed. "Students were required to sign a similar pledge on eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1959

CagemerilUpset WTSC Buffs 73-66 Sparked by Captain Bud Shclton's 23 points McMur- ry's Indians rolled to their third straight victory and their fourth In their last five games as they upset the West Texas State Buffaloes 73-66 in Canyon last week The Warriors of Coach Stan Burnham will be putting thefr winning streak on the line this week end as they play two games In San Antonio- Friday night against St Mary's University and Satur- day night against Trinity THE WAK WHOOP Wednesday February 4 1059 Pasc 3 Now Come from Holcomb .By Bob Holcomb. Winning is a good feelln; especially when It concerns ou The basketball team has begun to live up to their po- tential and thus they have come out on the long end of the scoie for a change This is not all. With track season drawing near the turn was made even stronger with the decision of Bruce Land to come to McMuny from ACC Land was the junior college spiint champion last year and has run a 9 3 in the cen- tury which ties the existing voi Id ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1959

PrlHVlKtJJlHIH BtIHHBv fTHEBBfc. aiHIHffiE&raHHnBHffillHliK .1. DOING PAKAPIiniNAI.IA oils rath representing one of tlie women's social clubs on the Reservation wore characteristic pledging regalia to the (lining lull one day last week so the WAR WHOOP photographer could show prospect he rushecs what it's like. They are (from left): Iivela French wearing the blue skirt .mil initialed while blouse that characterize G.iium.i Sigma; Jerric I.cMond wearing the traditional Spring By I)KU ItMlACKMAN r Midst the dm and i (infusion Of the beginning of e.uh eir In etch feiu's heait's a flutter I or Id! Rush season's here. Thui "-day Tnnuaty 120 Mis Phil Chappoll dean of women nut with all second scmestei McMurry women students She outlined foi them the iulc- lor McMuiry social club rush sea- son The i entitlements foi tush as sot down In the Women's So( I il Club fount II riie .ne these' One scnustcr's woik must hive bien completed on tills campus; the gill must h m l.iki n 12 houts of c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1959

Patronise WAR WHOOP Advertisers . . . . . . It?s Good Business J&forWKom? VOL. 36 i 4 glfn?S KAY K1NNARD i . . senior's choice PAULA SrUKLIN . . . sopli nominee i- -wia:4ir Hux . 4' J" 'VV i. JSIPfc. & RSgS WHO'S THE FAIREST Or THEM ALL? No one can say for sure but one of the four McMuriy coeds pictured above will he chosen All-School Valentine Sweetheart at the annual Valentine party in Radford Social hall Friday at 7:30. Selection will be made on the basis of the class having the greatest percentage of its enrollment present at the party. The girls were nominated for the honor by their respective classes. McMurry Music Students Will Perform in Eastland Winters David Bcnnlnngflpld Level- land Junior and Ed Lewis Breckenridgu senior will rep- icent the McMurry music de- partment twice next week as they present Joint programs In Eastland and Winteis. Lewis who was heaid at McMurry Sunday in a full- length solo recital will play voiks by Bach Mendelssohm and Li1 on the joint p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1959

EDITORIALS Who's to Blame? I: Siiidenis (rirsl of tlircc editorials on "Who's to Blame?") -r-7-Tr- - There is a hymn infrequently sung which contains these words: ''Bo strong! Say not the days are evil who's to blame? And fold the hands and acquiesce 0 shame! Stand ut) speak out and bravely in God's Name He stioiig!" This is not paiticularly great poetry. But the stanza quoted here has a good line in it: "Say not the days are evil who's to blame?" Who IS lo blame for the problem of academic honor and honesty which we hac been discussing? We ai e all to blame students and faculty and administrators. Stu- dents who Knowingly tolerate dishonesty are as blameworthy as those who actually do the cheating. Students who use the line of reasoning "This isn't important to me so it won't matter if I cheat" must bear the blame too. That this is a prev- alent attitude is shown by the high incidence of cheating in required freshman and Miplntmore-lovel courses and in education courses required fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1959

' -THE WAft Wednesday February 11 1959 Men's Intramural Skeds Set for Winter Sports The mcn'3 Intramural basketball and bowling schedules were announced Monday by Henry Young head of the Intra- mural Council. Play begins Tuesday night with IHR and XO playing at 0:30. This slow league game will be followed by IHR and Dirty Shirts In the fast league. Ail slow league games will begin at 6:30 and fast league play begins at 7:30. If a team falls to have five men there 15 minutes following the scheduled time then they must forfeit. The Schedule for Fast League: Feb. 10 IHR vs Dirty Shirts 11 Klva vs Freshmen 17 IHR vs Freshmen 18 Ko Sari vs Dirty Shirts 2J IHR vs Ko Sari 20 Klva vs Dirty Shirts March 3 Ko Sari vs Fresh- men 4 Klva vs IHR 10 Dhty Shirts vs Fresh- men 11 Ko Sari vs Klva The Schedule for slow league: Feb. 10 IHR vs XO 11 Ko Sari vs Freshmen 12 Dirty Shirts vs Klva 17 IHR vs Ko Sari 18 Dirty Shirts vs XO 21 Klva vs Freshmen Mow Come from ik I tomb By Bob Holcomh To play piofe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1959

Questions On Men's Rush Are Answered By DON BOYD War Whoop Editor This Is the time of the year when questions run rife among freshmen and other students who arc unfamiliar with McMurry social club system and a difficult thing about the questions Is that most persons are afraid to ask them lest they seem either too eager or else too ignorant. Some of the questions large and .-mall have been dealt with elsewhere In this week's WAR WHOOP (see ICONO- CLAST p 2) but the more basic questions have been le- scrved for this space l) What Is a smoker? A smoker is to the men's social dub what the rush party is to the women's club It is an inloimal leathering made up of the club members and the people whom the club has in- vited for tile purpose of be- longing bettor scqualnted (i) Who may .ittenil a smo- ker.' Attendance at the smo- kers Is by invitation only: All the smoker invitations will be distributed ahead of time dthei by mall or by hand (.) Docs an invitation (o the smoker mean that I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1959

THE -vrt- " Patronize WAR WHOOP Advertisers . . . . . . Its Good VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas February 18 1959 No. 18 25 Get '3 Point9 -trur xviisjvy - mm R9l!?' W tiMmmmmmtfti f mW T? J3 Gr"J- GEORGE BARNETT . . . junior vccp Juniors Frosh Elect Three to Fill Mid-term Vacancies in Class Senate Two McMurry juniors and a freshman were elected last Thursday to fill vacancies in class offices left by mid-term departures. New vice-president for the Junior class is George Barnett Abilene re- placing Re?) Williams New Senators are Fred Enilght Graham Junior and Rondel Davidson Luboock freshman. They fill vacancies left by Kim Jones and John Patter- son. Barnett a 1950 graduate of Abilene High School is a phy- sical education major mlnor- ing in English. He is a mem- ber of the Indian basketball squad. Enright a 1053 graduate from Graham High School Is also a P. E. major with an English-speech minor. He is an ex-scrvlceman having served as a paratrooper in Germany between 1955 and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1959

EDITORIALS . .: Who's to Blame?-H: Faculty It has been suggested that students have a shave in the blame for whatever cheating goes on in McMurry classrooms both those students who do the actual cheating and those who do not but merely ignore it. Faculty members must bear a portion of the blame too. Evary faculty member who closes his eyes to the problem and says "There may be some cheating but there surely isn't as much as that newspaper editor thinks there is and besides it isn't in my classes" is to blame. . Faculty members who have this sort of attitude are actually more blameworthy than the students who tolerate cheating because the faculty are in a position to do something about it whereas all the students can do is to complain. We have not yet in the WAR WHOOP made any statement as to how much cheating goes on. This is not particularly important. The im- portant thing is that however much or little is going on it is allowed to go unstopped. . . Pretendimr that it isn't there ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1959

i -fflk 1 iH!M3 3 fe?L" ft-rffi SffiTiiiifc n. 71 A Jfe 1 SMjfTS u y J f JUS ! 'SSSe''5W'? bikjmkk. - "'' "" micijH Hr sMHK :i'aEi&fei:' i 'W4m UP UP UP Headline high Charles Uaker (52) anil liud Shelton (24) of McMurry take the rebound away from ACC's ICobcrt McLcod in Saturday's game that saw ACC take the win G7-G3. The Tribe's Hobby Driver and Hill Snoudcn move into the action as does ACC's Mike Allen GG. (Photo by Eichcnbcrgcr.) Peripatetic Parson . . . Continued from Page 2 of choice of clothes particu- larly stands out is in the Ills Graham dining hall. It is our privilege to eat there often during the week and on Sun- day. We enjoy eating In the dining hall and it is a good oppoitunity for fellowship with students and niests. All those who have contributed towaid making the dining hall a more cheerful tasteful col- orful and musical place In which to eat are to be con- gratulated. Theie have been lmpiovemcnts that add to better living and eating. The choice of clothing on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1959

THE WAX rase Fifth in a Series Cuban Newcomer Joins Tribe: Endorses Castro By FKANK SITCIILm So you've been wondering who the new dashing don on the campus Is El es el senor Alberto Ferrlero de Holguln Orlente Province Cuba Al- berlu Is a second-semester fresnman having taken his first at Cascadlllo Prcparato- ly school for foreign students ut Ithlca New York. Alberto's educational back- ground Is typically Cuban and Interesting to us. His first eight years of school were .spent at a public school How- ever the last five were taken at the Institute of Holguln which Is a government high .school for .students who want to "be something " This school teaches a rigid rurlculum of forty subjects over the five years. Of the .subjects he took Alberto leans to the sciences and as- pires to mechanical engineer- ing. Fci i icro's father Is an office manager In Holguln and his mother has her hands full at home. He has two sisters one In business school and the other In high school. Views on Rev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1959

kP J I && THE Patronize WAR WHOOP Advertisers . . . ... It?s ' Good Business VOL. 3G McMurry College Abilene Texas February 25 1959 No. 19 jvarWtioop Willson Lecture Speakers Named I)H. HAROLD A. BOSLEY . . . Willson lecturer 2 FACULTY 4 STUDENTS Six From McMurry Attend PE District Convention at Houston Four McMurry students and two faculty members left Monday for a district physical education convention In Hou- ston. This Is the first district meeting that McMurry stu- dents have attended. Verleda Johnson and P. E. (Pete) Shotwell faculty mem- bers; and Laura Glamm Pat Hartgraves Dorothy Johnson and Audrey Worlcy physical education students left Mon- McMurry Coed Wins Book in Drawing Dlanne Kemp Hamilton freshman wa.- the wlnnncr for the drawing of a free book given by the McMurry llbi ary In assembly Februaiy 19. The hook will be taken fiom the $100 -rant that TIME magazine awnuled McMmiy tot their completion of the World News Map puzzle. Miss Kemp is majoiing In secretari...

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