ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: War Whoop, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,508 items from War Whoop, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,508 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1959

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday February 25 1959 EDITORIALS Who's tb Blame?--III: Administration Fagc 2 H 1 1 I During the past two weeks we have suggested that students and faculty must share the blame for whatever cheating goes on within Mc- Murry but we cannot halt there. The college administration is involved too. . ..... In short every individual in the entire college is involved m any- thing which damages the colleges when it is allowed to continue. It is true that students themselves and faculty members by their apathv or complacency must bear the largest part of the blame. But be- cause 'college administrators arc concerned with the total life of the col- lege a part of the blame is theirs. The amount of blame the administration should bear for what has happened in the past is unimportant. What is important is that with- out administrative action little can be done to improve matters in the fu- ture. . -.!. 1 If the administration is culpable it is because of a failure to make a def...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1959

the war Wednesday February 25 1959 HBHBi HF I" aH& l9Br?Elfiii tiKmfama&MML MEsS P54'obW I UP UP UP Midwcstern's Hob Mjcrs H gets iii just a litlc bit hiffher thnn the Tribe's Hill Snow den In last ThurscHy's intcr-trib.il battle which saw the McMurry Indian"! Imu to the Midwestern Indians 85-09. Hob Driv- er 12 and Tob Uurkhardt 12 are waiting for a clinncc at the ball as arc Midwcstern's Don Tlatt 13 and Wajne Davis 11. (Photo bj Fichcnbercer.) How Come from .By Bob We arc not weather fore- casters but w ho can denj ' 11 v Inter comes can spiing be tar behind With spiing c joung mans heart turns tc thoughts of baseball and If jou aie a McMuny student then you are up tint famous cicel: without a paddle Yes when the ump calls 'play ball McMuiij will not be there to answci the call and It seems a slnme Wc have no baseball piogiam here at all The teason It his been stated Is this Wc simply do not have a place to play Of couise nclthei does Hardln-Slmmons oi Ab- ilene IILh Scho...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1959

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday February 25 19S9 Page 4 Texas Students Work In Statewide Association EDUCATION I'RATEItNITY OITICEKS Newly elected officers of Kappa Delta PI pro- fessional education fraternity recently re-:icliv.ttcd o nthc nicAIurrj campus are (1 to r.) Kiihard Sclicrperecl president; Lucille Williamson vice-president; Dr. W. 15. McDanicl treasurer; Rebecca Cook secretary; and Nancy Hamilton historian-reporter. Not pic- tured is Dr. It. M. Hawkins counsellor for the group. The Eta Cpsilon (McMurry) chap- ter of Kappa Delta 11 was first organized in 19ril and before it was de-activated in l!)'iJ installed the first officers of the ACC chapter. On February 0 ACC returned the favor by installing the officers of the rc-actlatcd McMurr group. Women's Social Clubs Welcome 57 Pledges MoMuny women's social clubs welcomed 57 gills Into tliulr nmks us spring plccljis last week in special cctemon- ies held by the five groups Tlniisday evening following the distribution of pledgeshlp ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1959

THE Patronise WAR WHOOP Advertisers . . . . . . lt?S ' Good Business No. 20 VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas March 4 1959 -WarWRbop Willson Lectures Board Of Trustees Meeting To Convene Here Tuesday Spring Play Set For March 13-14 The second production of the McMurry drama depart- ment "The Children's Hour" will be presented In the Ad- ministration Building Audito- rium March 13 and 14. It Is under the direction of Leon- ara Hart head of the drama department. The plot climaxes In the lesults of malicious gossip about the two women direc- tors of an orphan girls' home. The two women are Karen Wright and Maitha Dobie played by Gwen McMurry and Carol Clark respectively. The gossip is begun by Mary Tllford played by Barbara Blankenship and spread to her grandmother Mrs. Ame- lia Tilford portrayed by Judy Millard. Miss McMurry is a junior drama major from Levelland while her co-star Is a junior elementary education major from Plalnvlew. A special student M I s s- Blankenship is from...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1959

TDK WAB WHOOP Wednesday March 4 1959 EDITORIALS Page 2 The Dean Speaks Up Last Thursday came the statement we've been hoping for. In the Alpha Chi-sponsored assembly Dean Joe C. Humphrey stood and made the statement which we arc reprint ng here. M'i war WHnOP oditor wishes to express his gratitude to the Dean for the statement itself and for the sympathetic and co-operat ive attitude which he has taken toward this newspaper's editorial series on academic honesty. Dean Humphry's statement: "Scholarship is a worthy goal. McMurry College shall continue to emphasize its value as we attempt to raise our academic standards. "This morning we honor our new mcmbeis of Alpha Chi. We pay tribute to the principle of scholar- ship. As we call the roll and recog- nize each individual we trust each of you might resolve that you will strive for greater excellence. Usual- ly scholarship like honesty is not achieved overnight. It takes time and intelligent effort to become a scholar just as it does t...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1959

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 4 1959 Pan-Am WaylandTop Tribe In Last Games Page 3 BB?3fiH erSaiB jp E52S: JB2L u H& I tMHsro v$d?:it i 1 .railiI tfcjyfi g.tfL TOTEM-POLE TRIBESMEN These arc the McMurry cheerleaders who wound up their season's duty with the final home basketball game Tebruary 21. In formation for their unique "totem pole" jell the men arc (top to bot- tom) Basil Toy Sweetwater; El Roy Neie Plainview head cheerleader; and Wajnc Tincr Abilene. The coed chcci- leaders circling the human totem pole arc (left to right) Mary Brown Baird; Ann Itcasonovcr Tahoka; and Jojce Patterson Coleman. (Photo bv Fichenbergei ) Hoy Come from .By Bob This may be the year that McMurry bleaks Into the woild as a track povcr Wat- ching the w aim-up practice Saturday the Indians took top honous in all the sprints and their time was 41 9 on the spilnt relay. For the skeptics this may not sound too goorU bat keep In mind that this was their first race of the season Toi this eaily in the ye...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1959

59 AFFILIATE WITH CLUBS Pledge Season Opens For McM Men's Clubs Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 4 1959 CONGRATULATIONS JUDY "Prof" Bynum can be promt of Judy Malhis Abilene junior these days. Miss Mathis has been notified that two of her compositions for drum solo and percussion ensemble will soon be published by the I.M.II. Music Publishers Inc. in New York. The music will also appear on records possibly by MGM in the form of an LP album. (Photo by I'.ichenbcrccr) Freshman All-School Party Features 44 Showboat" "Showboat" was revealed last Friday night as the theme of the freshman class- sponsoicd all-school party hold In Radford Student Life Center. The function opened In Radford Auditoilum with a variety show and wound up in the Social Hall. Music was furnished by the "Contlncnt- als." The first specialty act on the show portion of the party was a French can-can per- formed by Rondel Davidson Jimmy Drake and Oaylon Two Interviewers Set McM Visits Two interviewers have M'hcdu...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

MAR 1 2 '53 yIURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS THE Welcome to McMurry Fourteenth Annual Lectures VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas March 11 1959 No. 2L VarWfibop 14th Willson Lecture Series Is At Hi-fi tf - i swill MUSIC MANSION McMurrj's new $100000-plus band hall is going up fast and Ray- mond T. (Prof) Bynum director of the Indian musical aggregation says he hopes to occupy the structure before the close of the spring semester. The building fourth addi- tion to the campus in the past two jears follows two new dormitories and a new class- room building. Designed by architect Charles M. Landers it will include a number of prhalc practice rooms mezzanine floor the large main band rehearsal hall storage space and loading ramps. The Indian Band is now occupying temporary quarters in the stucco building west of the Administration Building formerly used as the college bookstore. (Photo by Eichcnbcrger) Trustees Name Six Degree Honorees. Affirm Long-Range Building Plans McMurry's Board of ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

THE WAIt WHOOP Wednesday March 11 Face 2 WrtlnRsdar. March 11. 1U59 EDITORIALS To the Willsons: Thanks An evening lecture today two morning lectures and an evening session tomorrow will bring to a close the annual week of special lectures on the McMurry campus a high point in the college year. This year we have been particularly fortunate in having fine speakers. The privilege of hearing these men actually is one which we owe to the generosity of two long-time friends of McMurry College to whom we all owe a debt of sincere gratitude. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson devoted lay churchmen from Floydada endowed the Willson Lectures on the McMurry campus in 1946. The lec- tin es at McMurry are among nearly 20 such lectureships endowed by the Willsons throughout the nation. For the contributions which these lectures make not only to the present generation of students but to the Church for which McMurry is preparing this area's leadeis we are all deeply and sincerely grateful. For the spirit o...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

THE WARWHOOP Wednesday March 11 1959 Pa&e 3 Betty Campbell '56 Writes About Revolution Experiences Betty Campbell 1950 grad- uate of McMurry and a form- er WAR WHOOP editor Is now serving as a Methodist short- term missionary In war-torn Cuba A letter fiom Miss Campbell written to hoi par- ents tells ol the excitement and terror She is one of three slsteis all of whom attended McMiu- ry Peggy a 1957 graduate is a missionary in Afilca now and slstei Carol Is a Method- ist ministu s wife in north- west Texas Miss Campbell began hei lettei "You've piobably heaid on the ladio today that Bills- ta leit Cuba and the Revolu- tion is over at last 01 at least an its final stages But what ou didn't Know J m glad vou clidn t was how we h Beguanos spent oiu New Yeai's Day She continued telling of be- ing warned of an attack bj the Rebels It was slated foi 6 pm and kept the entile population waiting feat fully Mill rouuigeously foi the shooting to begin Musteicd in a school building foi pro-...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

McMurry Theatre Slates "The Children's Hour" Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 11 1959 IC?' a IT ISN'T TRUE MARTHA Karen WriKht (Given Mc- Murry) tries In reassure Martha Doblc (Carol Clark) that the Bcissip isn't true. Miss McMurry (left) Lcvclland junior is a drama major; while Miss Clark Plainvicw lunlor is an elementaiy education major. (Photo by Eich- Sigh A Lot? Proper Breathing Holds Answer to Health Problems People who sigh a lot may not need chceiing tip as much as they need breathing les- sons an at tide In the Match Reader's Digest leveals. S'lys author W P Knowles: "Most of us are only half-breathers We In entile in because wc can't help it but we fall to breathe out completely " The sUh he adds is na- tuie's way of deflating our Jung? when we don't do the Job propcily ourselves Bieathlng out fully does more than clear the lungs It helps clear the mind and pie- pare the body for .strenuous uctlon Next time you turn the shower faucet to "cold" for example tiy bieathlng...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 11 1959 Byrd Sets Shot Record Pace 5 "xH4 ' Vjj. TRACY . sets new How Come from Holcomb By Bob Holcomb "Is Tootball Educational?" This was the head of an edi- torial that came out in a na- tional sports magazine not long ago Alter examining the article we thought that it had some material worth noticing Let us say that this is not meant for reform and does not necessarily mean that we agree with all It says but these are facts that even a blind man cannot ignore One of the issues that the legislators of Texas face is. Do intercollegiate sports con- stitute an educational activi- ty? If so the state auditor is ready to rule7" state-college athletic piograms in Texas can be suppoited by taxpay- ers' money if not state col- leges must stop dipping into funds appropriated for educa- tional purposes and must either make ends meet or con- stiict athletics The trouble seems to have started at Sul Ross when the president of the college want- ed to curtail athle...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

The Dream The Legacy The Interest THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 11 1059 syrpranrr :& jjTtfffir'jjasei EiCStljvflP 4R W' HK."VW - "S 88i -ys T3fiJ V tl y jy- r f sa.l. h M; tmi &L 2& "Sk&StSi tdwMiWU. !&... . . 7if i 1ATI f fr. J m ijmsmBGtxm 2 rl.'yMWy'fiHgy? Tl &S!ttm&& I J l li S IV . . . lh- In Loving Memory of James Winford Hunt 1875-1934 Founder and President of McMurry College That Indomitable Spirit Who With Dauntlless Courage Set His Face Toward The Realization of His Dreams tl lKi II. ilr .uiur m .& . vH"T z " f4&iw& v Mia !2jOTKE3 ffiB&&3fiS M . I .It P ( ' S 1I"I SI Oil J I .tl ill 1)1 s The words vou have hist road annear on a nlaoue which is mount- $& cd on the west wall of the Hunt Memorial Library. "That indomitable .spirit" James Winfoid Hunt will have been dead for 25 years tomor- ......tttt low. un March iz lsi.n McMurry and Abilene ana people everywhere who knew him mourned the passing of their friend Hunt co...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

THE WAB Wednesday March 11 1959 r:mmm$-z2 y- '8&'.fft- wKl aBr. wr Jk.'Jbl ' 'lis idKSyTTSSSHfeffiB W.U.S. nilAIJS Betty Lemons (1) and Kcmble Worley (r.) nculj -appointed heads for the annual World I'niver- sll Service drive at McMurry arc hard at work m.iltini; plans for the campus-uidc contributions cnninaifru slat- ed for completion after the Caster Holiday. Miss Lemons is from Memphis Worlej from Carlsbad N. M. Until are juniors. Last j car's W. U. S. drive netted over $250 with diverse activities being used in the fund campaign (I'hoto bj Cichrnbrrecr) Belly Lemons Kcnible Worley Arc Appointed Reservation WUS Heads Betty Lemons and Kembl" Woiley juniois have icently been appointed chahmen fo Willson Portrait Is Uncovered McMurry had withheld a scciet fiom the chaliman of its Boaid of Tiustces as I0113 as it could Monday night A poitialt of Di J M Willson Tlyodada chahman of the McMuny Boaid of Tiustces was umel'cd dur- ing the annual facultj-tuis-tce dlnnci foi which Bi ad...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1959

Tired Tenderfoot Tribesman Tells THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 11 1959 Page 8 TRIBESMEN TALK BACK Persian Student Raps Dcats Chapel Address Dear Editor: At first I want to say that I have a grc.it rc?ard for the Ancrimn nationality nnd your lellglon too I am not a Catholic I am a. Moslem but sometimes I i;o to y o u l church When you arc silent In church I'm silent When you stand up I stand up too because I have a regard loi your religion I : (.member that one time about a month ago 1 went to .ste Dr McDanlcl about send- ing my lsa for a time ex- tension He said to me "Don't be in a huny" because he knew some students have had the necessary visa extensions before even aftci one or two months I said "Dr McDnniel I am In youi country and I must follow oui government's rules regularly" because I have a gieat regard for youi nationality and your govern- ment This Is my regard for you And this Is the regard of a in in who spoke In chapel Ills legaid for my nationality He said that a Pers...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 March 1959

THE Work Work Work . . . . . . Study Study Study No. 22 VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas March 18 1939 VarWrioop A-SAB SWFLTHEART SWLETHEART SWEETHEART One of these McMurry co-eds will be crowned Athletic Sweet- heart at the 1959 All-School Athletic liinquet March 21. They are (from left) Galc Kuckcr I.ockncj freshman; Norma Schacfer Cisco senior; Jojce Patterson Coleman MID-SEMESTER EXAMINATION SCHEDULE Spring: Semester 1959 Friday March 20 8 MWP 11 Mwr Monday March 23 10 MWP 1 MWP Wednesday March 25 9 Mwr 2 MWF 3 MWP McM Students Practice Teacli In 11 Abilene Public Schools Twenty-six McMurry stu- dents are listed with the edu- cation department as doing practice teaching this semes- ter Fourteen are teaching in secondary schools and 11 are doing work in elementary schools Dr Richard M Haw- kins supervises the secondary worn with Dr Sina Mott ov- erseeing elementary wotk Secondary teachers this se- mester include the following at Abilene High School: Jim Baldwin Ernie Davis G...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 March 1959

EDITORIALS American Apathy Is As Bad . . . Newspaper headlines recently carried the tragic story of a. mishap near Abilene "Russian Roulette Kills Boy " The youth had placed one bullet In a 38 callb 't levoher pointed the barrel at his right temple above the ear and clicked the trigger thiee times The third time you saw the story They held the boys funeral early this week Hut this kind of suicidal play doesn't necessarily inquire u pistol and 11 doesn t necessarily deseivc to be called "Rus- .slan Roulette ' "Ann rlnn Apathy Is Just ar bad and just is dangeiuos and can bi just as f ital The notion to Met Gcoii'e do It ' Is a common one the r.otlon th. t v hat needs to be done will be done and that one need not besth hlmsell to get done Whatever Is done Is done by somebody It Is done by somibody qualified 01 unqualified it is done by somebody who bus time to do It or by somebody who really hasn't the Unit but does It anyhow Campus elections are coming soon There will be a total of 31...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 March 1959

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 18 1939 Pace 3 How Come from .By Bob Holcomb. mSM&MiiS 1 ."" 3U "V . TRIM: TUACKSTCRS ON TOUR McMurry's (r.ick team althoiidi riddled b Injurlrs at present Is expected to pick up momentum a the season grows older and the temper i- turc rises. The Indian runners hae gone to b ittlc In the Holder Oljinnks at I arcdo and the Southwestern Ricrcatiun Track and Held Meet in I ort Worth. Shown here back rou from left are Gus Umphrcss Paul Rankin Teirj Wellborn manager Jimnn I)i. ike Tracy Byrd Dillon Hicks Bob Gay James Harvcj and Grant Teaff hcd cmrh Tront rou Pete Shotwcll athletic director Bruce Land Lion Itarr John Dale Liu Is Ilcrschcll force Bobby Burns and Danny Welih manager. Injury-Plagued Warriors Finish 7lh In Fort Worth Meet; Byrd Gels 1st Despite a second consecu- tive first place by shotputtei Tracy Byrd McMuiry's track- atcrs finished sccnth In the college division with 14 points in the Southwestern Recrea- tion tiack and field meet In Fort ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 March 1959

ii - MqiiMMawMMBMMMgatif lsmnamwimliTJ' THE WAR WIIOOP Wednesday March 18 1959 Paee 4 .J fcP'1' H &&& fc HS ! t?.. - . t F iii'Ml aP ' m&mm . m k. :' b& yt8' V SS 0h U. W .& J&Tf HR 4' SCJAX UWMI . -. ww-w"" ";& J rK iija. . wm .cr- ?. - $M? 'aim- w ;. - -K'i Ti'X . .. Hl&rfS; nr.jQmH w.jr.'1M . Tir 8.ffiP- v. i7.-J .2a. ' -. "-" 2 w J . vl "' ." . -. "iK '.JM (iTt h V"t WIT! Wa . 1'"- .- J - !T' ... n-. 4i k fn. klju :'": ijy .;1.iaB3 i''W?'ra'-a kWtS.S Corson Outlines Library Goals in Dinner Speech 1HO IJOYS I'.OOST DlSAr.M.n MtMuirj fuolbill pliyiTs will ln-lp Saturday with tlic s.ilo til I'.islcr lilies for (lie bom fit of crippled children. Shown arc Kurciic Drcjer llit- lini;ir sciiinr (Icit) .mil 'crr O'llrlcn I.ubbuck junior uitli lummy Illair son of Mr. and Mrs lolm I'. ltl.iir lilt Ilonic. AMI. no. "The longer I live and the moio opportunity I have to see the Intellectual develop- ment of people thu mule convinced I am oi the woith- whll...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1959

THE . . Just More Schooling VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas April 1 1959 No. 23 x -VvarWRoop Petitions for Top Spots Due McM to Celebrate 38th Anniversary In Founder's Celebrations April 5 McMurry will celebrate Its 38th birthday April 5 as exes and alumni In Abilene and other parts of the country ob- serve Founder's Day. Student activities will In- clude the annual Wan Wahta- ysee pllgi Image to the grave of Dr. James Wlnford Hunt founder of the college. On April 5 1021 the North- west Texas Conference of the Methodist Church the Abilene Chamber of Commerce and the Methodist churches of Ab- ilene signed a contract to es- tablish McMurry College. Dr. Hunt who became the foirst president of the college declaicd that day as the of- ficial beginning of the school. Classes began on the Reserva- tion in September 1923. Accoidlng to the Abilene Kcporter-Ncus the bhth of the college went like this: "With $300000 in cash and signed notes and a deed to a $50000 tract of land laid on th...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x