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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1959

! Patrc 2 Tnn IVAK WHOOP Wednesday October 21 1939 Wide Wide World Once there was a man who lived in a very rich part of town. This would have been fine ex- cept he was very poor. Late at night and all day long he plotted ways to acquire some of his neigh- bor's wealth. Then one day he gave up his plot- ting at least for the moment and decided to use his neighbors' method hard work. Soon after he began working the poor man started becoming richer in many ways. His family grew (albeit sometime illegitimately) and his bills increased. Some said he was Still looking for ways to ac- quire his neighbors' wealth. Others were not too sure. Now this man had a son who for many years had been bullied by the other 'kids on the block. This was very strange when one saw that he was easily the largest in size. Perhaps he just wasn't using his mental powers f ully. At any rate he was rather lazy and easily pushed around. Finally his father took the boy aside and gave him a very en couraging talk p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1959

HowCome from .By Paul As the Indians move on to the field Saturday night the success of their football sea- son may hang In the balance This Is the game in which the Warriors are to prove whether they have completely recov- eied from their loss to New Mexico State; this is the game where they are to prove whether they can stand suc- cess; yes this Is the game where the Indians prove them selves. A victory could possibly and almost certainly dispel any doubt In in anyone's mind that the splendid Indian rec- ord chalked up thus far could possibly be a fluke. Their op- ponents the Tigers of Trinity although unsuc- cessful as far as the won-lost column goes pose a potential threat. Thci Bengals have been los- ing to nothing but the best in small college powers while one of their conquerors the Air Force Academy has pre- vious to their defeat at the hands of the Oregon "Univer- sity Ducks been ranked tS2 PINE ST JEWELER aovrnttvclS FREE PARKING FLATTOPS Elmwood Barbers 3108 So. 7th O fl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1959

THE WAR Page 4 Odds and Ends Girls It seems as though some of the boys on the cam- pin feel they should retaliate after this column of two weeks ago. We still can't start Ut play practice without some one making a remark about proper -campus dress. Many of the comments were puicly pergonal opinion. One boy doesn't like the col- ors you wear. He said he lik- ed them better when they were nice and plain. Maybe he'll get used to these and Intniimirals Play Volleyball The scores of the volleyball games played October 12 along with the high point playcra are: Independents 30 (Jan Bur- leson) vs. Apaches 13 (Char- lcne Davis) Chprokees 25 (Pat MpGpp) vs. Gamma Sigma 12 (Esth- er Rlcthmaycr) Alpha PI 30 (Lcota Ball) vs. Delta Beta 20 (Gayle Ruck- er) October 14 Independents 32 (Lenora Kcster) vs. Navajos 1 (Re- becca Hare) Commanchcs forfeited to TIP October 21 Schedule 5:30 p.m. Gamma Sigma vs. Commanchcs 0:00 p.m. Kappa Phi vs. Na- vajos October 27 Schedule Commanches 5:30 p.m. TIP vs. I...

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

THE McMurry Indians Beat Texas Lutheran Oct. 31 wWarwuoop Vol. 37 McMurry College Abilene Texas October 28 1959 No. 7 Speech Students Go To Meeting Fifteen McMurray speech students were guests at the recent Texas Society for Crip- pled Children and Adults Inc. convention. Their sponsor was Mrs. Caroline Council Blair. The students were guests of Z Oswalt president of the Terns Society and Shelly Smith. Main spceker for the day was Earl Schenck Mlcrs. Speaking on "Why did this have to happen" Mlcrs Is a cerebral palsy case himself Mlcrs Is from New Jersey and Is the past president of the National Society for Crippled Chlldicn and Adults Inc. Those students who attend- ed the meeting wero Jean Marakawa Nlta McKelvain Allyn Barnett Monta Kae Gregg Caroline Hodges Waynn Mason Dai rell Rhodes Jan Pruitt Gaylenp Taylor Charlene Davis and Billy Vaness. McMURRIANS A McMurray professor and student will attend the South- west Theatre Conference In San Antonio this week-end. Mrs. Caroline Couc...

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

Wide Wide World by iNIikc'Tclfrcy I idtl Ca'tro head of the Cuban government Ins Just t v 11 .inotlit i nnti -US i u i li 1h' Mil sop . for 111 1' ii -s ore understondnblo j mn'i i"hli Tiu b mb. f'nl i v I h U ifU 's hi i I i ( n " I no t) ln- ( II ii i h 'ii' Unfoi turntp- iv i in US 1-. In mi used us In mi bn" fji the rebels Wli i II i f ilrly divliiis thj Cub t t ni'fl do li Me If a n (I un.mc to the US phvslmllv shi urn do a prit deal n f dnm.ii'c politically I3v the time Russian piop.i't mda net--tliunirli with the leatlet bombing affair It v ill lescm- ble the tiiassuie of Kiiiwu- la IndH The Incendiary bombing can be blown Into proportions similar to the Inotlon a f fall Evciy time Castro makes a speech it Is made to sound like a plea for help aralnst the ' Cnultal- lstlc dos" of the United States We are losing a major fiont in c cold war and Mimelhlim mustibe done The question Is what Customs rffleiub) are silent In Florida the main base of operations Surely some action Is b...

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

jjlndians Face Lutherans'! THE WAK WHOOP HOW ConiG 'W""'1"?' October 28 1959 11V llM Paul Hoi comb way aim mnue even r. ..ov bid. The loss however doesn'i denote the end of the wouc. for the Indians football-wist The Warriors still sport ni. Impressive -1-2 record and still have an average of 31.' ards gained a game through- out the season. In view oi these and other evidences on" can safely say that the RetTmen from the McM Res- ervation are far from beaten This writer Is of the opinion that the Indians aro gling lo be making several more vic- tory whoops before the sea- son Is completed. A victory over the Luther- ans from Seguln Saturday would be a step in the right direction and would certain- ly bo a rrirlt-Hftcr. After Sat- urday hocver it will still bt two more weeks before the Indians will be bad: p!ayln in Abilene. A week from Saturday will be open and the next week will find the Indians ln Flor- ida viewing with Tampa Uni- versity ln Tampa. Then comes Homecoming aialnst Ea...

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

IHR Social Club Takes Pledges I.H.n. men's social club has taken In two new pledges dur- ing the first part of the fall semester. The two boys are Don Paul Jones and Fred Austin. Austin Is a sophomore from Winters who graduated from Winters High School in 1057 and plays football for McMur- iy He is a P.E. major and plans to coach after gradua- tion. Jones Is a junior from An- drews Ho Is a history and government major. A 1050 Andiows High School gradu- ate Jones plans to teach af- ter graduation He Is a cheer- leader this year under John- ny Johnson. McMurry 22 16 S. 1 1th for the newest of the in HAIR FASHION SAYLES BEAUTY SALON 1105 Saylcs OR 3-1663 Mary FREE PARKING FLATTOPS Elmwood Barbers 3108 So. 7th O YOUNG COMPETENT BARBERS INDIAN SPECIAL $.50 $.50 for a complete Bar-R-Q Sausage Dinner. Every Thursday (luring the month of October Underwood's offers a comolete meal ol good ole Polish Style Sausai-o Rar-B-Q Beans potato salad slaw tea colfee dessert and all the tiimmings to al...

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

Il THE McMurry j Indians Go I Vol. 37 I To I i 1 Tampa Florida -VVarWRbop Administration Faculty Visit Surrounding Towns Members of the adminis- tration and faculty recently made another week-end trip to present McMurry College to the towns In the Northwest Texas Conference. The 13 administration a n.d faculty members spoko In 39 churches this past Sunday. These talks were a "thank War Whoop Has Photo Contest For Homecoming The War Whoop staff Is sponsoring a photo contest for all camera-bugs. Appropriate recognition will be given to the top three pictures taken during the homecoming week- end. The pictures should display originality beauty and ap- propriateness. Although the pictures do not have to be large they should reveal good dark room wotk. Good clear snapshots will be accepted. Prints should be In the hands of the odltor of the War Whoop by 0 p m. Novem- ber 22 and the winning pic- tures will be published in the next week's paper. Contest Judges Judges for the contest will b...

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

Wide Wide World A fev days ago we overfiefif d a conversa- tion between two men on the campus. They were both students and active in campus affairs. The conversation was something like the following: "I don't care what happens. It is against everything I stand for to take the life of another human and I won't do it." "Well I'm not so sure about it. Maybe I would. Just think about a lot of Chinese com- mies coming into Martin Hall and taking off my girl makes chills run up my spine." "Now you have the personal angle involved. That's no good." "Why not. What's more personal than war? If someone is out to get me and mine I'd say that's pretty personal." "Well of course but you have to have a set of values and be willing to stand by those values no matter what. For instance I lon't believe in killing and nothing not even loss of my own life will make me change." "That's pretty idealistic but what good will that kind of an attitude do?" "Just imagine what would happen if we all told Russ...

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

r sttrwriBwi -VfedeWrISrlAietllv.l 1- I ttested Indians Fly To Tampa Fla. Game BACKFIELD SECRET McMurry opponents are having trouble stopping this Indian "Mutt and Jeff" combina- tion of Terry O'Brien and Gerald Combs. O'Brien (the tall one) is the Indian quarterback and ace passer who has been setting school passing records aplenty of late while Combs has left opponents gawking with his out- standing runs and pass receptions. O'Brien stands 6-3 and weighs 193 while the explosive Combs stands 5-4 and tips the scales at 135. O'Brien Sets New Pass Record In Win Over Texas Lutheran "A week end In Florida" will be the toast for the McMurry Indians as they journey to Tampa to battle the Univer- sity of Tampa Spartans Sat- urday night. Thoughts will be far from those of vacationing for the Warriors however as a pos- sible post-season bid from the NAIA rides on their per- formance. McMurry along with three other Texas grid units arc In the process of be- ing considered for post sea- son ac...

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

Superintendent Speaks During Chapel for NEA Dr. A. E. Wells superinten- dent of tho Abilene public schools spoke to the student body Tuesday during chapel on "American Education." This was tho second program of the National Educators As- sociation. The schedule for the rest of the year: December a Film pertain- ing to education. January no meeting. February 9 Panel discus Leota Ball first vice-president; Mary Brown.recordlng secretary; Judy Reynolds corresponding secretary; Bet ty Payne treasurer; Ann Rea sonover social committee; and Martha Brackeen publicity. Twin n" () l'OMilWOGS I'ledRcmnstcr Roger Newton (left) instructs the Chi Omicron pledges In the aims and purposes of XO. Fledges arc from left Hob Dubois Earnic Kcusch Jrrol Gracs and Roy Price. Chi Omicron h one o( two men's social clubs who took pledges this fall. Delta Beta Women's Club Uses "Antique Car" At The Antique Car Club was the setting for the Delta Beta Hpsllon western fall picnic held recently. The western them...

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

I HOMECOMING B8 kj L"J k4 ki fl I special Waatmmmaammammm H Vol. 37 McMurrv Collccc Abilene Texas No ember 18 1959 No. 9 DEANA BARNES BASIL TOY Homecoming Schedule Friday November 20 8 a.m. Opening ceremony Radford Build ing 9 a.m. Erection of teepee village 1-4 p.m. Visitation of teepee village 7 p.m. Coronation Radford Building -9 p.m. Council fires village 10 p.m. Exes' pow-wow Radford Building Saturday November 21 8 a.m. WahWahtaysee coffee with exes Radford Bldg. 9 a.m. Volunteers coffee with exes Rad ford Bldg. 10 a.m. Band Concert exes meeting Rad- ford Building 12 noon XO luncheon with exes Thunderbird Lodge 12 noon Delta Beta luncheon with exes Underwood's South 14th 12 noon Kappa Phi luncheon with exes Ar- thur's Cafeteria North 6th 12 noon Ko Sari luncheon with exes to be announced 12 noon T.I.P. luncheon with exes Women's Club 12:80 p.m. Special cafeteria service for exes 2 p.m. McMurry vs. ENMU 5 p.m. Removal of teepee village 6 p.m. Alpha Theta Dinner with exes Chicken...

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

I'asc Wide Wide China vs. India ? China has succeeded in taking a large chunk of Kashmir in Northern India. This is at first glance somewhat similar to Hitlers rape of Poland. There is however a great deal of difference. Hitler accomplished his task in a matter of weeks. Mao has taken years of nibbling to get what he has of India. All of these yeais Nehru has looked the other way hop- ing Mao would stop. Mao only stopped after he had embarrassed Moscow and brought world at- tention to himself. China seems to be interested in real estate to its southwest more than south- east. The Chinese movement is in the direction of Afghanistan. It has long been believed though not proven that an agreed division between Moscow and Pe- king existed whereby China was to take South- east Asia but India and the Middle East were to be lei t to Moscow. This new step is a violation of both ? ? France Sees China Fi ench President Charles De Gaulle sees the broad issue as the "masses of China numberless a...

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

wow --arwKaaMa- 'x ' STTVi wruizar?4iu:& Dreams Are Envisioned Dreams Come True McMurry was the dream of one man when it began and today is one of the finest colleges in Northwest Texas. Within four years after its founding it was a four-year accredited college with degrees in eight dif- ferent fields: English mathematics history science languages Bible and religious education education and home economics. Today there is basically the same curriculum. Home economics has been dropped. Speech and drama and a business department have been added. All major areas have had an increase in the number of courses ol- McMurry has as its purpose "the guidance of growing persons in achieving a personality after the pattern of Christ. It "hall be concerned w ilh the spiiitual and ethical as well as the inner mo- Hv.itinn ;inrl nnntrnls nf conduct. It shall make the 1PP5 teachings and spirit of Jesus the controlling point 01 reierence lur us mu. "McMurry College w ill maintain high scho- lasti...

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

THE WAIt WIIOOP PaKe 4 Wednesday November 18 1959 HowCome from Holtomb By Paul Holcomb This year's homecoming should bring qulle a thrill to all exes friends and visitor on McMutry campus for sev- eral dlflcrcnt reasons Not only will they be able to witness the beauty and uniqueness of the ttepee vill- age along with the rest of the Homecoming attractions. but they will also bo given two tioats Siturd.iy when the In- dians meet ENMU. In the IO'jD edition of the Indians' fans will be seeing one of Coach Tommy Ellis' finest bill clubs .since the be- Llnnlng of his tenure at MrM 'I lie Gildsters fine 6-2 sea- son il record is indicative of the haul work they have put In on the lootbill field and the outstanding Job of coach- ing done by the coaching staff G:ant Teaff and assls- louch Grant 'le.iff and assi- t.mts Herschcl Klmbicll and Clm lie Davis ( ! lllllK Ciimmi ml.itlon 'I hose ( oil lies are to be comiuenrii d foi a lob well done with a team that was to h ive been supposedly wiic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 November 1959

"j - m . - SENIOR TRIBESMEN Members of the Indian gridiron team who will play their last homecoming game for the Kcdmcn against ENMU arc front row left to right Don Howard Chirlic Baldwin Bobby Hartgravcs Joe Bojd Elmo Cure and Gerald Combs. Back row left to right. Kayford Wilkcrson Bill Gorman Terry O'Brien Gene Har- grove IUchard TolIUer Jim Jackson and Robert James. McMurry Faces Greyhounds In Homecoming urf Battle When McMurry Indians play host to the Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds in the school's twenty-eighth annual homecoming grid tilt it will be the first time that the Warriors have had the Guy- hounds as their homecoming guests During the histories of the two schools the football teams of the two schools have met seven times McMuiry has won six times and one ttlt ended in a tie Never how- ever have the Rcdmcn played host to the 'Hounds' from Be sure and visit us during your stay at the Reservation. I vF MUBBY DRUG 2226 So. nth St. FOREMOST "-'4J!"f?KK'"-"'"X"K"j?'i Portales ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 November 1959

Dr. Bishop To Copg To Denver Panel THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday NavcmWr'18 1959 MIHIPM lemMmm? -IBS arffiB5fflbB3' f rl I 1ESfe;'"y"Tj' lii I ' tfjltol i Dr. Sflma L Bishop. iimo- clutc professor or Enellsh will appear as panel director at the National Council of Teachers meeting In Denver. Colo November 27 j Serving with Dr Bishop on the panel are Dr Steve Dunn- ing of Duke University and Di Mary Tingle of the Uni- versity of Georgia The topic of discussion In Dr Bishop's panel will be "Development in the 'licit inent of the Adolesrent In Re- cent Literatim- ' Dr Dunnlim will Include In his levlews (oveiage or the recent publi- e itlon "1 h e Adolescent Through Fiction" Di Bishop Is sl.ited to direct the ques- tion answer period and will' .spi.uk at the conclusion of the panel discussion Theme foi the Oennal Count II progiam Is "English Meets the Challenge' dnect- ed and nrringcd by Dr C5 tto- hert Cailsen University of low. i Cailsen Is specialist on leading In the Kngllsh pro- 1'iaui ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 November 1959

Clubs Organizations Announce Gatherings The nine social clubs of Mc- Murry Wan Wahtaysee and Volunteers will entertain exes with various social activities this week end for homecom- ing. WAII WAHTAYSEE Wah Wahtaysee campus i service organization will en-. tertain exes with a coffee at 8 a m. In the Radford Build- ing Gayleno Taylor presi dent has said that the event will be heFd In the Faculty Lounge on November 21. VOLUNTEERS The Volunteers an organi- zation for women who are in fulltlmc Christian Service will honor the exes with a coffee In the TV Room of Radford. President Jobeth Bentley will preside at the coffee which will be at 9 a.m. on Nov. 21. CHI OIMICKON President Larry Cooper of Chi Omicron has announced that Chi Omicron members and exes will entertain with a luncheon at the Thunder- bird Lodge at 12 noon on Sat. Nov. 21. DELTA BETA EPSILON Delta Beta Epsilon women's social club will entertain exes and members with a lunch- eon at Underwood's at South 14th. President Bet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 November 1959

PSMBHPr -.WHHilV 3wBSflK nSr 'bh VKb't 1kJBHB MAIDkNIriLS Pictured from left to right are this year's Maiilcnrttrs fnmi the MrMurry band. They are Di- ana I'rig.ir Sulphur La.; Karen Prichard Shamrock; Kami Crooks Snyder; Mirigc Adair Ilalllnger; Becky Band Dresses Up With Six Maidenettes Leading the McMurry In- dian Baud this fall arc s 1 x lovelies ftom Texas and Lou- isiana The Maidenettes nrc lialf-tlinc pet formers for the band Karen Crooks Junior from Snyder; Midge Adair kopliomoro from Dallingcr ami font frcahmen Becky Simmons of Rochester Diana I'dgar of Sulphur La I a t Hlckurson of Kloydada and Karen Prichard of Shamrock are the Maidenettes this tail The girls aie attired In uni- forms of white satin with de- signs of beads and leather adding to their appearance Jaekels of white leather also trimmed In brown and white boots with leather trim com- plement their costume. To compute their attire the girls wear Indian headbinds They perfoim a variety of marching and twirling r...

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

LIBRARY W McfilURRY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS . McM THE Indians ACC Wildcats Thanksgiving Pulverise McMurry College Abilene Texas November 25 1959 No.UO KT&-AfcftZr tu xviivvy Vol. 37. THIRTEENTH UOYALTY Betty Lemons and Don How- ard were crowned the 13th pair of McMurry royalty dur- ing the homecoming weekend. Both are seniors; Miss Lemons is from Memphis and Howard is from Meadow. (Photo by Morgan) McMurry Band To Tour Churches And Schools By LORA JORDAN The sixty-piece McMurry Indian Band under the direc- tion of R. T. "Prof" Bynum will go on tour December 6. They will make their first appearance in the Methodist Church of Quannah Sunday night. Monday morning they will play for Quannah High School after spending the night in Quannah homes. Monday af- ternoon they will play for Rochester High School and that night they will play in Childress High School and spend the night in Childress. Tuesday morning will find the group in Memphis and that night they will perform for Lockney Hi...

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