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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1959

' r :H W6rd forWord 6y Stickler Haven't you wondered at times just where a word came from; and the longer you looked at the. word the stupider it sounded so you just passed it up? This column is going to look into word backgrounds this year. Now some word backgrounds-are the dullest. But some are tne cie- lightingfbt. We're going to try to pick some that the readers will get a real kick from knowing. Leave us take the word "calculate." It comes from a Latin word. Wait! Come back! Dun't be scared off by that Latin jive. It's part of the story. And this is the story: Automobiles weren't the first go-carts with distance-measuring devicps. 'iChrir-itft's were..Roman 'chariots had a. ljttle. gizmo at'fac'hed to the'whefcl that drdpped a rock into. a box at a certain interval of distance. And a pebble of this sort was called a calculus. So at the end of a trip the charioteer would count the pebbles or "calculate." Now let's take another Roman rock. Do you know what "scruples" are? Rome pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1959

HowCome By Paul Saturday night's game with the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets will feature one of the oldest college grid rival- ries in this area. With the ex- ception of crosstown rival ACC the Jackets from Brown- wood are McMurry's biggest rival and the affair between thfiipWOlischoolsiite annually) one of the highlights of Men .Mumy's yearly (pgskln wars. Ever since McMurry bcoamc an independent and lost affil- iation with a conference this rivalry has grown. It has grown to such an extent that the "slimes" of McM are made to "guard the campus" each year the entire week before the Howard Payne game. This tradition Is saved for only one more McM game the annual Kimbrcll Named Hoop Coach Herschel Klmbrell former All-Texas Conference player who has been head coach at Garland High School the last nine years has been named head basketball coach at Mc- Murry College. Kimbrcll graduated from McMurry in 1950. He earned All-Texas Conference honors in basketball In 1949-50. Stan Burnham head...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1959

McM College Gets Three New Professors to Complete Faculty In oreDaratlon for the 1959- 00 academic year the college has hired three new profess- ors. Two are In the education department and another heads the business admlnls- Help the Doctor Doctor You A 10-polnt program on how patients can get the most from their doctors Is pre- scribed by the doctor-editor of the national health Journ- al "Life and Health." In an editorial entitled "How to .Oet.the. Most From Your Do5tor.""D. J 'DejWltt Fox Writes lh lt'mlgtyt be well to consider a few tips on how to get the most for your medical dollar. In other words how to help your doctor help you. "A good doctor can perform best on a good patient" as- serts Dr. Fox. "It takes an In- telligent cooperative person to get the best results from tho medicine the doctor pre- scribes." Points that patients should check to get more for their medical dollar arc: "1. Select a physician In whom you havo confidence and stay with him. 'Tramp patients' chea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1959

THE McMurry Indians Arizona State College m Jk. m J -mrr vvnuuu Vol. 37 '"illilBltf A K W '" E7 Btt" T?TT4-tf" :KIMfc. .WS ab I " ' JVg I'WWWWIWWWMWWBWWhl liiWW Wh ViWIffT i J Hi Imi 1W1JF ill'fr'l iIWi'h i in i L.XXJ YEA INDIANS Co-ed cheerleaders In new blazer jack- ets team up with' the male cheerleaders for spirit-raising Ten Freshman Candidates Participate In Elections Elections for freshman class officers will be Thursday September 24 following the chapel program. Ballots may be picked up any time dur- ing the day In the reception booth in Cooke and In the Administration Building. Candidates for freshman president are Wesley Steph- ens and Robye Waldron. Vice- president candidates are Wayne Starch Bucky Jones Jim Don Wray and Robert Ooss. Katherlne Brookshlre and Jan Prlchard oppose each other for the secretary-trea- Rcgistration Is Required It is required that all so- cial events be registered in the Dean of Women's office one week ahead of the date set for the affair. The re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1959

rase 2 HWitte Wide Millions of words and reams of paper have been used to try to express the reactions of Nikita Khrushchev to America and vice veisa. It would he superfluous for this writer to try to add more except to try and look back of all the hoopla and backslapping in an effort to find out what K's visit can and does mean to the average American. I. An agreement on European occupation is possible but not probable. II. There is a good chance for a ban on nu- clear tests as well as possible disarmament. This is the bright hope for all and if only thte and nothing else were accomplished all would feel K's trip was worth the extra caviar and vodka. III. There is not much chance for a letup in Communist propaganda. As the Overstreets point out in their most informative book "What We Must Know About Communism" this is a necess- ary part of the Communist plan. It must continue if Communism is to stay alive. IV. There is a strong possibility of an aid pro- gram for the Af 1 o-Asian p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1959

V at s viiaj-sspt; && i w's&z:?j('ru:v'.-.vc' l. -:..'?... -tu. tztuL. 4 AJHtfPr'4men .t i a . ... wii' jm - --! FJir w -rr 7 & m . . a ? - rt rt vA ' 1 .ta "o w . ' ..urvii ' ' k .zsrm v vs jws.... j it ' u f u tit itinn nrt u tt itctt vsr u irfi"viVi)pr. .... u McMURRY INDIANS FOR 1950 Wilh tuo wins under their belts (he Kcdskins look like they are readj for one of their best giiiliron seasimtl. There arc 48 men out for the squad. Six coaches and tuo managers complete the team. Tommy Tllis heads the Indian coaching staff d'hoto bj IMnrg.tn) THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday September 23 1959 Fage 3 HowCome I Yellow Jackets Trumped By McMurry Indians 17-8 from Holcomb By Paul Holcomb Football was ushered Into the lives of McMurry students In fine style last Saturday with an Indian victory that fchowed promises of greater things to come. A beginning such as this affects the whole student body for In the fall of the year college life fairly well revolves aiound football The lea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1959

M. Underwood Struts for Band Milton B. Underwood is this year's leader of the Mc- Murry College Indian Band. Milton who halls from Llano Tex. is not a newcomer to the business of drum-major-ing. He was the drum major two years at Llano and as- sistant one year there. Milton's one love Is music nnd twirling. In high school he received two first division medals for drum solos One for twirling and one for stu- dent conducting. As a sopho- more In his second year' at McMurry Milton Is majoring in music and Is continuing to play the drums. Last year he was a member of "The Wet- backs" a college combo fea- turing Latin American mu- sic. The 19-year-old youth Is the son of Mr. and Mrs L. C. Fox of Burnet. Underwood who greatly resembles an In- dian especially In the para- pherlalla of his station ic- cclvc.s some of his Indian blood from his great grand- mother who was half Chero- kee. When the 5'8" green- eyed black hnlrctl drum ma- jor puts on his colorful uni- form many think that he Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1959

t A1hflwrtHrfcu - k "-b-'' - -1 aToft i State Vol. 37 Wah Wahtaysee Takes in 44 In the early morning hours Friday Wah Wahtayseo held the lnltlatlpn services In Wah Wahtaysee park with old and new members participating. Breakfast at downtown Mac Eplen's followed highlighted by guest speaker Mrs. Elmo Cure of '41 recounting the past of Wah Wahtaysee. The group of new members Is the largest Wnh Wahtaysee has Initiated. New members present were Gayle Rucker Annello Hol- man Ann Henry Ann Stone Martha Brackeen Peggy Ray. Sara Greer Pat Hlldebrand; Pat Harmon and Carolyn Baumann. Joyce Womack Lela Rose Jolly Elizabeth Ann Keyes Loyce Womack Sandy Lowe Kay Grewell Judy Graham Jante Mlllken Judy Reynolds Esther Rlethmayer Ruthann Beaty and Marnette Isbell. Jan Wayte Joyce Patterson Carol Wicker Beth Hastings Jane Ammons Relna Sue Branch Patsy Lou Carlson Velma Dean Helm Jean Mur- akawa Judy Mathls and Ros- alyn Lewis Fatsy Giles Edrls German Pat Klnnaid Shcrrill Rolls Jobeth Bentley Margare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1959

TUB WAR WHOOT.? - Wednesday Septetnbr304959 TiLKtZ m wide woi-ia; Administration Answers i l- !!T'A.'TTSiagmt Hi Jib n " I I pfjSf) SB Dining Hall Wltat happened to the dining hall? There are over 100 more people eating In the Dining Hall than there weie last yeai Did jt catch us by surprise? Yo.s we anticipated some Inunsc but the Increase was propo tlonably higher than the Increase In enrollment 'I his Is unusual Frantic Semantics Why Is the pupil of the eye called a pupil? Well the spell- ing Is so slmllai to the classy loom typo or pupil that you might wondci Just where the mljjjp was and how they could be so dlffeiunt It makes .1 dandy tale You see; the Romans didn't have many smatts about what a reflec- tion was. They thought the Image In a pond was a water goo" oi something. Likewise when they looked Into a per- son's eyes and saw their own reflection in the retina they couldn t explain It So thc just gave the small reflection in the eye their woid .for "small boy" which was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1959

II .' " -THE'WAtUWHOOk. Wc&tfjr September 201959 j t ' ' ""-' TagejZ HowCome from Holcomb By Paul Holcomb A icociu latini: of the na tion's collegiate football teams which appeared In an Issue of last week's Fort Worth Even- ing Star-Telegram caught tho lntei est of this writer In that McMurry's grid team was rat ed right along with the major! college grid teams throughout the nation. This rating known as the Williamson Rating System ranked 179 U. s. college foot- ball teams on the basis of polntage with 100 points be- ing perfect. This rating which appealed before last Intramural Schedule Football Schedule Sept. 21 XO - 0 Klva - 18 22 Ko Sari-0 Dirty Shirts-16 24 IHR-16 Freshmen-0 28 Klva-6 IHR-0 29 XO vs Ko Sari Oct. 1 Freshmen vs Dirty Shirts 5 XO vs IHR 6 Freshmen vs Ko Sari 8 Klva vs Dirty Shirts 12 XO vs Freshmen 13 Ko Sari vs Klva 15 Dirty Shirts vs IHR 19 XO vs Dirty Shirts 20 Freshmen vs Klva 22 Ko Sari vs IHR CONVENIENT TERMS Hugh Bowie Jeweler 402 Pine Street McMurry ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1959

i Odds and Ends According to tho experts this season will show clothes for everyone. The look is the American Classic Look with blazers furs) pleated skirts and menswear fabrics taking top billing. The look Is feminine too. Clothes arc softly tailored nnd show off the waistline. A few dresses arc belted high and arc soft through the waist but for the most part the waistline will get full rec- ognition with belts being the most Important fashion accessory. Shoulders arc full- er through tho novelty sleeves .seen on many dresses this fall. The hemline has been set at two inches below the knee. Factors to be considered be- fore obeying this fashion dic- tate are age legs posture weight height and poise. Colors lange from earth shades to gem shades making a variety not seen in several years. The new tan is camel tan. Reds are no longer bright and harsh except in the case of back to hfhool clothes. The high fashion led is the vint- age red which contains much blue. No color green Is anot...

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

LIBRMW Or McMURRY COLLEGE tr-iuf WAS THE Beat Southwest. : In San Marcos Oct. 10 Texas -warwnoop Vol. 37 Show of the Year From Seniors Is October 16 By Roy Price The class that brought the "FOUR FRESHMEN" to the McMurry campus will come through with another big "show of the year" October 10 when they present the annual senior class all-school party In Radford Auditorium and so- cial hall. George Barnett senior president said' that various commutes havo been working for several weeks now and the campaign is currently being accelerated to assure that this will be one of the largest all- school functions of the year. He also said "Although the theme will not be revealed ahead of time it Is a plot that will be recognized as one of the biggest things to hit the stage." The party is slated for 7:30 p.m. and will begin in the auditorium before moving to the social hall. Senior script writers for the presentation are Mary Brown of Balrd and Betty Lemons of Memphis. These two suggest- ed the...

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

THE WAR Page 2 Student Gov't Problems Are Slimes and Spirit One of the big questions that is coming up in many conversations on campii is: Why ha the slimi program boon changed? This year the sl'mc program is boing planned l)y a slime committee. Tht c( mmittee feels that some definite changes f loin the s-lime- program of recent years is necess- ary because of the dissatisfaction with the results ot the slime prouram in the past three or lour years. They leel that the protrram must be chang- ed in order to provide a varied program for the slimes and in 01 der to male the program effective foi" the large number of slimes we have and for the larger number of slimes that we will have in the future. The Monday night slime meetings have been changed to Friday nights in order that they will not interfere with studying. There will not be slime meetings every week because this would get old (There are 11 weeks of slime season). The slime committee is trying new ideas. It is a hard job. Let'...

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

Page 3 TI1K WAR WnOOP Wednesday October 7 1959 Indians Play SW Texas In Fifth Came of Season Eager to get back on the winning trail again the Mc- Muny Indians will have blood in their eyes when they tiavel to San Marcos Saturday night to tangle with the undefeated Southwest Texas State Dob- cats. Game time is set for 8 pm nation's number two passer to handle the offensive leader- ship. Terry O'Brien has com pleted 27 of 54 passes in four HowCome from Hoi comb By Paul Holcomb was the nation's leading rushei pi lor to Satuulays clash. As football and basketball continue to grow In national coll("lntn neelnlm it. spmus ns games for 558 yaids and will if the two are becoming more uc tit uie neim eager ror the and more specialized everj Indians to get back in StlidC ve.tr To he nn niitstni-irllnr. Th.. 1.inrin k u i i.. " . . . . --"- i"'ti uun in uit nu hm - ZVh w 1 7 amllc you not onl 1avo t0 elude Louisiana State's Billy being sighted for Little All- be hMUv skilled but vou also I nnn...

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

Women's Intraneural Regulations Have Been Released by Council The Women's Intramural Council meeting In the Lounge of President Hall September 28 set up the sec- ond competitive sport for wo men's lntramurals this fall. Archery has been played and the council voted to have volleyball next. Also during the council meeting mlcs governing tho games were set up 1. There will be a forfeit of games If a team Is over ten minutes late. 2 No lnactlvcs In any club may participate. 3. Fall pledges must play on the team they start playing on until a sport Is changed 4. There must be at least five players before a volleyball team can play. 5. If one team has only five players the opposing team may play six. Report Releases Victory Change Kappa Phi scored Its first volleyball victory by defeating Alpha Pi Alpha in the open- ing game of lntramurals Mon- day night At the half Kappa Phi led 12 to 9. The game end- ed 34-12. Ann Keesce was high point girl with eight points. Kc-Schcdulcd Picnic Kappa P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1959

THE From Seniors Oct. 16 All School Party -VarWtioop Vol. 37 Students To Go To Albuquerque Five students will repre- sent McMurry at the Model United Nations held In Albu- querque at the University of New Mexico. The purpose of the session held October 5- 17 Is W promote a better unr derstandlng of the United Nations and other internat- ional programs. Students attending from McMurry are Rondel David- son and Don Whlscnhunt who will act as chairmen for the committee and Paul Hol- comb Mac Hamilton and Ted Clayton. They will represent the United Kingdom and North- ern Ireland In the mock Gen- eral Assembly on Saturday. Committees of the MUN arc ns follows: pollcltal and se- curity committee which will discuss the Algerian question and International cooperation In tho field of outer - space; economic and financial com- mittee dealing with the prob- lems of Southwest Africa; se- curity council (Berlin); and committee on economic and social problems. Students who attended last year's se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1959

r: THE WAR Pace 2 Wide Wide rri i i- . x " "'- as unaiiy come as most expected It seems it all started with a thing called Sputnik ami it hasn't stopped since. We Americans 1st don't know how to hit a happy medium. When the Russians 1.'innrli q.ii.:i t n -. .. .i iiuny aDout education started sten- !!"S lT S(?en.ce Programs even children began 1 ni iii (. .. p.. -. -..-.. .. jiuiiiiu&. in oi tins was a very spastic effort to "catch un with tin sians " As the months have passed into these last euumu oi years me ellorts have been more spas- modic and more desperate and finally the Rus- sians put the hammer and sickle on the moon J hat did it brother! K's Visit When Mr. Khrushchev came over shortly alter that latest Russian triumph we were all politeness and sweet cream. When Khrushchev said we must be friends we .ill shniirnri h.h v. friends!" When he said we must all help the un- derprivileged of the world we all shouted back llusL llc'Il) them!" And when Khrushchev said YOU must...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1959

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 14 1959 Indians Nip Bobcats In Second Half- 20-7 Tape 3 V ErMiJ!' fZ3Wiv& KsSL JnS OrF AND RUNNING rrcsliman Tullback Joe Haxter stampers 23 yards to score his second touchdown of the night against the Southwest Texas State Bobcats on this play. Baxter sot a key block from Maurice Holle 3G) and darted past the 'Cats Jerry Nortman (50). Trailing the play is Dee Prcwltt (69). The Indians Hon 20-7 and Sained their fourth ictory of yie season. from By Paul Although unit column Is to be essentially a spoits column your writer would like to take this opportunity to say hearti- ly "hats off to this yeai's treshmen " Wfiethci you le- allze It oi not they hae done something that the best chew leader in the world couldn't have done thoj have kept the McMuny school spirit going when many weie afiaid that It would fall The game with riagstaff how c vol was thi last home fame for the Wnirlors until November 21 o school spint .as sine to dwindle soiiil- vhit in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1959

t i Welcome Canadians Northern Hoopstcr Side-kick Want Small Town Atmosphere 1 Hy rKANK SITCIILEK Butl Peterson and Lance Stephens aie a couple of Ca- nadians down here from Brit- ish Columbia. Peterson Is from Albenil on Vancouver Island and Stephens Is from the city of Vancouver which Is on the mainland. Stephens Is a sophomore physical education major who .spout two years at the Unl- veislty of Hiltlsh Columbia (UBC) before deciding to come to McMuiry to try out foi the basketball team and "to sec how the lower half of the continent lives" He de- veloped a distaste for the "conveyor bolt" type of educa- tion he was getting at the 10- 000 student UBC The small- rommunltv atmosphere of McMurry stiuck him as what we wanted So hcie he Is Peteison' a freshman this year came to McMuny be- cause he had no school pref- erence up north. In his woids "I came along for the ride." Probablv any West Texas high school graduate would uo to UBC for that very rea- .son If he had the chance. Petci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1959

THE & Attend Willson Lectures Vol. 37 THREE TALENTS McMurry music professors get their heads together about the first faculty recital October 26. Macon Suntcrlin (left) has composed one- piece for the Tecllal; Francis Hinkel (center) organist and Clarence Brady (right) pianist will combine to play Sumcrlln's work. Four Special Talents Combined for Concert The first faculty recital presented by the music de- partment of McMurry will be given in Radfod Memorial Auditorium Monday Octob- er 20 8:30 pjn. Clarence Brady pianist will be assisted by Jean Little vio- linist of the Hardln-Slmmons University faculty and Fran- cis Hinkel organist. Of particular Interest will be the first performance of Macon Sumerlln's newly -composed "Slnfonletta for Pi- ano and Organ." Sumer- lln who has had several works performed by local and southwestern orchestras says that his Slnfonletta "Is an at- tempt to balance the piano and organ musically avoiding rclagatinj either to the role of accompaniment...

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