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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1959

Ten Years of Freedom THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday April 1 19j9 (Editor's Note: The material which fol- lows Is released by the American Council on NATO Inc. It docs not constitute en- dorsement of the NATO by the WAK WHOOP but is presented here as an aid in understanding world affairs.) Ten years ago pn April 4 1949 the United States broke a tradition that had existed .since the foundation of the republic Despite the Bloomy predictions of a minority the United Statts Joined a peace-time military alliance - NATO the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. In the pa.st decade both critics and sup- porters of NATO have had the opportunity to assess Its accomplishments and to decide whether the United States was wise or fool- ish in entering the alliance. As It happens the voices of the critics are strangely quiet today Indeed some of them may now be heard on the opposite side whispering that NATO really does not go far enough in its realizations and its alms. To understand what NATO Is and has ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1959

Thinclads Take2md at Odessa; Full Crew Due at Texas Relays Hope for Return Of Injured Men West Texas Meet Yields Top Honors After rather disappointing finish- es in their opening two major track meets of the year McMurry's thin- lyclads made amends at Odessa in the West Texas Relays as they fin- ished second in the college division bettered only by East Texas State. Tracy Byrd the Indians' ace weight man brought home a first-place in the shotput for the third time in a row as he heaved the steel ball 50 feet 8V2 Inches to gain honors. Byrd had a little help in the llue-rlbbon department this time however as the War- riors placed first in two other events. Bob Bunls cleared 13 feet In the pole vault for one of the other Indian firsts. The marks of Burris and Byrd became new meet records as they were both gained in new events. Herschel Force and Wayne Young grabbed the other McMurry blue ribbon as they shared first place in the high jumps of 5 feet and 8 Indies. Byrd and Force gathere...

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

Band's Spring Tour Will "Open Sunday In Snyder The McMurry College band will begin its an- nual spring tour of West Texas Sunday Under the direction of Raymond T. (Prof) Bynum the band will perform in Snyder Lame- 5a Wolforth High School Abernathy Floydada and Shamroclc. Their Initial ptogram will be presented during the 11 am Sunday services in the Tlrst Methodist Church in Snyder rrom there the band will continue on ita trip to Lnmcs.i for ;i program of lellglous music in the Sunday night services in the First Methodist Church The first high school con- cert is .scheduled for 2 pm. Monday in Wolforth High School. Another concert perform- inu'o is scheduled for Monday night in Abeinathy High Sihool Their Tuesday itincr- 164 Books Giv en A gift containing 104 vol- umes has been made to the M Muuy llbiaiy by Mrs. O. P. Thiane Abilene whose late husband was business mana- pei of the college. Mis Tin tine's gift included the complete works of several American authois including .lames W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1959

THE Your Library Worries . . . Are Cut In Half! (See Page 4) VOL. 36 McMun-y College Abilene Texas April 8 1959 No. 24 -warWrioop Crowell Is Prexy; Runoff Due Four men and two women students were se- lected to serve in the five major student govern- ment offices in the all-school election held on campus Tuesday. These offices are president vice-president secretary head cheerleader and War Whoop editor. Bunny Crowell Canadian junior was elected to serve as president of the McMurry stu- dent body for the forthcoming school year. Crowell was selected over Frank Lane Abilene Junior who served as vice-president of the student body this year. In student government work Crowell has been the junior student council representative and a sophomoic senator. He Is a member of Circle K and of K. Sari and was the favorite of his freshman class. He Is a member of Alpha Chi honorary scholastic so- ciety and Sigma Tau Delta honorary English society. Jewish Rabbi To Be Here Rabbi Stanley Yedwab lea- d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1959

THE WAk'WHOOP Wednesday April 8 1959 Pae2 Classified Information "Are you a Democrat or a Republican? Are you a Methodist or. a Baptist or a Presbyterian or a Roman Catholic? Are you a Northerner or a Southerner? Are you from my side of the tracks or the other side? Are your racial views like mine or unlike?" Questions like these run through many minds whenever an introduc- Quarterly had thls to say: "I am a free man tion is made. They are classifying an American a United States Senator and a questions the answers to Which Democrat In that order. would enable one perhaps to classi- (1I am aJs0 a liberal a conservative a fy the person about whom the qiies- Texan a taxpayer a rancher a businessman tion is asked. a consumer a parent a voter and not as when vounS as uscd t0 nor as old as exPcct t0 be and I am all these things in no nxea order. Cut what happens to freedom classification starts? What happens to the relationship between two persons when one mentally pushes the other Into a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1959

rari'vrAiiiwnoop Wednesday" A"pftf 8 J9W" Paee S ' COLLEGES REACH GRID AGREEMENT Collegiate football will take on added strength in the Key City be- ginning in 19G1 when McMurry College Ilardln-Simmons University and Abilene Christian College launch a three- way pact. Athletic directors of the three schools backed by their respective administrative councils announced re- cently that a two-year contract will become effective with the opening of the fall season in 1961. Shown above arc from left P. E. (Pete) Shotwcll McMurry athletic direc- tor Bill Ledbcttcr II-SU director of athletics and A. 13. (Bugs) Morris athletic director at ACC who completed arrangements. HowCome from Holcomb By Bob Holcomb All year long we have cried that once the Injuries leave this years' track team will show their worth to' the nation. But the louder we shout about the bad luck that Is about to leave the more of it begins to pour in With track becoming more and more one of the major sports and displaying a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1959

LIBRARY WORRIES HALVED An Important policy change In the McMurry library op- erations will cut students' li- brary problems In half an- nounced librarian Perma A Rich this week Gamma Sigma Spring Picnic Held At Fori Phantom Lake Cabin Gamma Sigma held Its spring picnic Apill 3 ut Di Tom West s cabin at L a k e lost Phantom AftT t buffet uyle meal cnteitalnment i thp foim of a "ilrama-c-o" wis nresented by the pledge group Membeis and guests pres- ent were: Carolyn Ford Dan- nv Wise Sammye Hales Nick N.ibours Uuthann Bcaty Jcr- y Tate Becky Rankin. Nor- man Langham Esther Hlcth- liajer Charles Baker; Cla- rita West J L. Mayhcw; Ka- lcn Crooks Gene Young; La- vrla Tifiuh Lavere Wilson. Deana Barnes J. H. Green Kiy Klnnatd Paul Stubbs; Jackie Shields Eugene Drc- jei and Gaylcnc Taylor. Pledges and guests piesent XO Spring Picnic Is Held At Lake Clil Omlcron held Its an- nual .spilng picnic Apt II 4 at Lake Biownwuod. The XO membeis and their dates left the L.unpus at 2 pin A hot dog su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1959

UBRAHf VJcW(??y Oh COLLEG "BftFVff ftAVtf THE Visit the Library . . and GIVE to W.U.S.! VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas April 15 1959 No. 25 WarWnoop WUS AID KECiriCNTS Shown above are students In the Surabaja Medical Faculty library in Indonesia where the shortage of textbooks is especially acute. The library made possible by contributions to World University Serv- ice supplements mimeographed textbook extracts and lecture notes. WUS Drive To Aid Students In 38 Countries Where Needed Students at McMurry arc Joining with students and faculty In thirty-eight other countries to contribute to the global program of World Uni- versity service. Pioceeds from McMurry's fund - raising events will be sent through WUS to help meet the basic material needs of university communities throughout the free world WUS was founded In 1020 by leaders of the World Student Christian Fedciatlon to pio- vlde relief for war-torn Euro- pean universities. The Fed- eration however Immediately broadened t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1959

Library Week Editorial Libraries: The Light oi History History Is reputed to have taught many lessons some fairly obvious and others less so. All of the lessons of history arc burled In silence for It has no voice except the arti- culate Interpretation of contemporary minds. Many of history's most precious truths axe burled In her deepest silences. A case in point Is the "dark ages." Nearly all school children have general knowledge of the dark ages but neither they nor their parents seem to realize why the dark aces had to be "dark." When the flames finally flickered out and the last leaf was consumed the three great repositories of ancient know- ledge lay in ashes. The great libraries of Alex- andcria Athens and Rome were all ravaged Freedom of Press "Freedom of the press Is not the free- dom to say what you please but the freedom to tell the people the truth about the world we live In." These are the words of Umphrey Lee who as President and Chancellor of a great university had a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1959

Spring Tfainn pens WftK 35:Man Squad; Due The McMurry Indians launched their spring arms Monaay wiien a squad oi 35 including 15 lettermen answered the spring call to football. The drills began under the lights with Head Coach Tommy Ellis looking for replacements to key losses due to graduation. Ellis who led the Redskins to a b-4 won- loss record last year disclosed that night workouts would be held each Monday and Wed- nesday to avoid inter- ference with afternoon Cindermen Finish Fifth In Texas Western Meet By PAUL HOLCOMB Scoring mainly in the relays McMurry's injury-ridden tracksters piled up 19 points to finish fifth in the Texas Western Relays at El Paso last weekend. The Indians placed in all four relay events for the major portion of their points. The only individual to place for the Warriors in the meet was big Tracy Byrd who finished third in the shotput with a toss of 50 feet and one inch. The Kedmen's tally of 39 points was a close fifth behind Texas Western's 20 and Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1959

Condensed Books Added For Recreation Reading A new library service has been added for recreational reading for McMurry stu- dents Perma A Rich librar- ian has announced A selection of Reader's Di- gest Condensed Books has be en added to the library and will bo checked out to stu- dents at any time The book are not listed In the caid cat- alogue she said but will be available to students on the insular basis for rccieatlonal H iding Speccli u smucnts Boost Library Members of Caroline Couch nialrs Speech 113 class and other McMuny students were fcituicd In a short program themed "Aiound the Wotld With Books" In student as- sembly Tuesday morning Students particlpiting were Bill Petty Bob McKlssick Al- berto Terrell o D a r 1 e 1 1 Rhodes Lowell Bingham Gary Merrer Inj MoJtLhexli Diane Stilckland Fejgy O' Ntll Mickey McCown Mike Young Jim Tine Terry O'Bilen Eugene Dteyer Jimmy White Bill Btldwcll Jean Minakawa ( hrlstlnu Bonncy Nlta Mc- Keh.iln Eiltls German James Il.uviy. Dojnc MeKive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1959

THE Only 17 More Class Days . . . . . Until Final Exam Week! VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas April 22 1D5!) No. 26 varwnoop t3?tii!i3MBWKBBJiWBBBBPiBBBBteih?lMBEB ORGAN PROFESSOR franc is lllnkcl will present liis annual organ recital Sunday icalurlng three groups of compositions from English American German and French organ literature. HiokcFs Organ Recital Due Sunday in Radford Francis Hinkel professor of organ at McMuny will play his annual organ lccital at Radford Memorial Auditoilum on Sunday April 20 at 3:30 pm. The program consists of three groups of compositions liom English American Ger- man and French organ lit- erature. The first group in- cludes "Trumpet Tunc" and "Bell Symphony" from a col- lection of ceremonial music for orgnn and optional trum- pets by the 17th century Hen- ry Purcell. A short work fol- lows: "Flute Solo" by Thomas Ame and the gioup concludes with a "Jig Rondo in G Ma- jor" by the Elizabethan com- poser John Bull. Publications Jobs Open Students...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1959

Model Maturity Edit&riotlk I The Luckless tegioii More than 2800000 Americans were drafted into the Luckless Legion of automobile casualties in 1958. In its annual highway safety booklet entitled "The Luckless Legion" The Travelers Insurance Companies pointed out "This is an army of suf- fering humanity which grows more rapidly each year. It is made up of the injured and the dead the heedless and the innocent the young and the old. Since the automobile first appeared on the American scene these ranks of the crippled and the dead have included more than bUuuUUuU ot us." The Luckless Legion is a silent. haunted army. We erect no monu- ments to it. No grim reminders mar the sleek beauty of the roads and highways which are its field of bat- tle. A newspaper headline perhaps marks the induction of the latest re- cruit. Then silence. Silent suffering a lifetime of pain. Or the silent mem- ories of those who mourn when the dead are laid to rest. There were 30700 men women and chil- dre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1959

Warriors Grab First; Set Two New Marks McMurry's up-and-coming Indian tracksters captured their fiist major track meet in recent years as the wrapped up 36 'A points for first place in addition to seeing two new meet records in the All-College Relays in San Marcos last week- end. The Indians who nosed out cross -town Hardin-Simmons for first-place honors had -new 1 ecoi ds set in the 440-yard relay and in the shot- put. In the relay John Dale Lewis Bruce Land Jimmy Drake and Bob Gay combined for a time of 42.3 to eclipse the old meet record of 42.6 set by North Texas in 1953. In the shotput burly In- dian Tracy Byrd heaved the steel ball 51-9 two feet eight and one-half inches farther than the old mark. Land's appearance in th e sprint relay was the first ac- tion foi the ace sprinter since the dual meet with Hardin-Simmons earllei In the ear Ho also ran the second leg on the second-place mile relny team The Redmen from McM gained two other outright firsts and one tie for the cov- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1959

Pace 4 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday April 22 1959 zMm fF' vs4 $$ jj? s -. - .t; ?5W &$ mmmmzzmmmrm rtimmmiL j?w t w K8 Iff JlfM xslt'jS3gafm? liiliSfmfMml H I HI I II Mill 'Harbor Lights' Theme Is Kappa Phi Feature I'.I.M'-DKI.SSI !) I'nd I'nrlglit and Ianda I'iclds shown ilioe li.uo lain diosdi as "Itcst-Dnssid Man and Wo- rn in at MiMitnv" in sjHciil inline 1 Uicir fellow stu- dents 'lhe were anions; .20 nominees ilioscn In a f.ictilU- Mudrnt sin ruing conimitlee. I nrlRlit a Graham junioi and Miss I ields a Memphis soplioiuoic look ready for a hie riming 'on Hie town" in spring-summer dress-up attire ''Deep Purple' Featured as Alpha Pi Alpha Spring Banquet Theme The anninl spiing banquet clouds and put pic lighting A Alpha Ii Alpln women's gold moon hung against a soml tlub was hi Id Sihu- puiple sKy baekgioiind span- d.i Apt II IS In the Holiday I gled with stais 1'o.mi of the Holldiy Inn 'the I TllL. smln plrd Hume was "Deep Puiple Llni(t ()f Ule pi0inm uhleh 'lhe loom was deioi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1959

THE Totem Release Date wni Be May 20 VOL. 36 McMurry College Abilene Texas May G 1959 No. 28 mrvv hoop CAMPUS CLEAN-UP Members of tiic Senate arc spon soring a campus-wide clean-up May 7. This includes clean-up of the grounds and buildings. Rondel Davidson Carolyn Ford and Caleb Hildebrand (I. to r.) have already started. Senate Sponsors Clean-Up On McMurry Campus May 7 The new Senate Is spon- soring a clean-up campaign on the campus on Thursday. Carolyn Ford is in charge of the clean-up. Paul Stubbs will assist her. Turn-About Week In Siving Sheriff Bill Gorman and his deputies have served notice they will fine all violators of the Twiip Week regulations. The regulations say that all girls shall extend to all boys the common courtesies that are usually shown to the girls durinj the year. These in- clude opening doors letting the boys go first and asking boys for dates. The deputies for Twlrp Week are Charlie Davis sen- ior; Fred Enright junior; Iv- an Hall sophomore and Richard Com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1959

THE WJ WHOOP . Wednesday May G M9 " '7 " ' ' ! " agc 3 HowCome from Nocomb By Paul Holeomb .S SMOOTH Itob Ilurrls pole .uillcr fir the AIcMurry Hack squad just glides over In n iiinin dnrinir the MrMurrv Relays. Ills height was 12-10. Hurris will participate in tlie Monterrey Kelays May 8-9. (I'hoto by Eichcnbcrgcr) Raider Relays Go To Tech Over McMurry Thinclads Texas Tech's overall depth proved too much for McMurry's huck- sters as the Techsters won the college-university division of their o w n Red Haider Relays by outscoring the Indians (J7-471- Saturday in Lub bock. The Indians .splinter Biuce - pared by Land pole Indian Golfers Downed May 2 'I he McMimy Indian golf- eis lan into stiff competi- tion last weekend in the Ab- ilene Inlei collegiate Invita- tional golf tournament and llnlsned .seventh In a field of nine while winning one in- dividual awmd Rued by Arch Pal due's e. id of 301 thioiuh the 72- holi' tout anient tile Indians put togethci a total of 1224 .stiokes only 11...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1959

TRIBESMEN TALK BACK Dear Editor: It appears a little antlcli- matlc to have a caucus-type election of the true icprcscnt- atlves of the college on t h c- heels of a previously demo- cratic student officer election The student body should elect all representatives Including checi leaders. I was a Hllie dismayed to see that the students don't have a vote In the selection of checi leaders except the head one The choice seems to have been up to a panel of "expetts" which may be good But this certainly leaves thf Then It Strikes! Yes1 and then It strikes. It comes first as a simple cold a little muscular ache and a little fevui It goes away. But It comes ag.-in this time pei- haps to leave you crippled foi life This is polio still a dread disease In the United States Not because there Is no cure but because not enough peo- ple take advantage of the cuie Sails vaccine. Summer weather Is here and polio is beginning to be arrouscd for Its seasonal sco- uting. Don't let It stiikc you. Get yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1959

I u n the war Paee 4 Ui BH(ffiS5?SSfflj KO SAUI SWIXTIIKAKT Hetty Lemons Memphis scn- ier was presented as KS Sweetheart Saturday night at their spring banquet. George rills left of Miss Lemons was presented as Grand Sovereign. With them arc the of- ficers for next ear. "Castles in the Clouds' Is KS Banquet Theme ' Castles In the Clouds" was the thtme for the annual spring banquet held by Ko Sari men's social club Sat- uiday night at the Abilene Garden Club The Garden Club was tr.insfoimcd into an ethereal (.istle by the addition of two large towers on elthei side of the main entiaiice Directly below these toweis was n large bubbling moat which emit ticl low-cuillng clouds Guests were escorted over the hilcUf and into tho "castle" as eighteen squlies lined the walk with ciosscd lances The high point of the eve- ning cinie when Lie Lemon. Oil and Soveitign of the club foi 195U-.V) picsenti'd Boltv Limuns as the Ko 3 n i swtot- hiMit foi theveai Theswiet htMit a Memphis Junlot was giv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1959

TO McM Beat HPC Indian Stadium Sept. 19 m. m. w . . i in1 mt wwarwhooD rlLr B Vol. 37 Petitions for Freshman Offices Due In ChappelPs Those freshmen who plan to run for a class office must have their petitions turned In to the dean of women's office by 5 p m. September 18. Slime Activities Are Changed Slime season got into full swing Monday when the slime boys met at the football field to clean the stadium. While this particular meeting was held on a Monday night the regular schedule will be an- nounced later. In charge of slime activities this year Is a committee con- sisting of Johnny Johnson Don Paul Jones Delmer Day Ann Reasonover Sarah Jo Edwards Jan Wnyte Rondel Davidson Paul Carrow and Paul Stubbs. There Is also to be an advisory board consist- ing of four members. The three members of this board who havo been appointed are Alice Paquet Don Howard and Audrey Ochs. Complaints about slimes will be brought to the Slime Oommitee. If a repeated number of complaints about the same ...

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