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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 November 1959

Wide Wide World Tomorrow millions of Americans both here ami abroad will be offering their thanks for the blessings of the oast year. This is unfortunately little moie than habit for many of us. It has been the custom of Americans for many years. The few who io try and remember that first Thanksgiving and the meaning it should have for us have all revelled to a few well worn phrases and pat ideas full of Plymouth Rock and signifying nothing. Far be it from this w 1 iter to feel he can do any better or add something new. We do wonder however how the Pilgrim Fathers would react to some of the "patriotism" being fed the nation via certain radio programs. The idea of patriotism for patriotism's sake is not only dangerous but has nothing to do with religion. Those who feci they can push their own fanatical In- tolerant Ideas olf on the rest of us by .simply dlsolvlng them In a solution of scripture hymn singing and flag-waving un- derestimate our Intelligence or overestimate our gullibil...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 November 1959

TOE WARWHOOF Wednesday November 25 1959 ' ... tVnL ..tor ' Jl ... "7. " iwWAj ? n" 4 J ' T W " j h m-jiiT. it-.- & saW- wwpr' McMURRY SURPRISE l'LAY Rirhard Tolicr (24) full- back .scores the first of the Indians' TD's in the opening moments of the game. Scoring from the two-yard line ' Tolllvcr plunges over the goal line despite futile attempts "of Grcj hound players to stop him. (Photo by Morgan) HowCome from Holcomb L By Paul Holcomb Tomot low's contest with the bitter rivals fiom "the hill" across town will mark only the fourth game that the Indians have played In Abi- lene this year. Even in the game tomoirow however the gridsters from the Reservation will be listed as the visitors since McMurry was the lmaginaiy host last year. It seems to this writer a worth-while project to look at this year's home record by the Warriors. In -their first contest before the home folk the Redmen clipped 'Howard Payne 17-8. That was.the last Prink prPePP THE FRIENDLY "PEPPER-UPPER"1 J. R. F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 November 1959

1 v". jfyy College Book Accepts Mcftfs Poelic Works Juniors Sponsor Contest For 1959 Follies Dec. 11 Seven McMurry students have been notified of the ac- ceptance of their poems for publication In the 1959-1960 Anthology for College Stu- dents' Poetry. The poems accepted were "Olympus" by Jackie Bralcy "February.1 by Joan Byraf "fnmpnss Points" by Mary Helen Glrdncr "New Year" by Wayne Dickey "Country Patterns" by Dcvln McAnally "Wealth" by Dixie Doris Rca and "Sleep" by Mary Beth White The secretary of the Na- tional Poetry Association for College Students writes: "The Anthology Is a compilation of the finest poetry written by tne college men and women ol America representing ev- ery section of the country Selections wer mud.from thousands of poems submit- ted We heartily congratulate the students on this honor." The seven selected poems along with other work of the Creative Wrltlni; class of 1959 were submitted to the Na- tional Poetry Association In May. Some of the former po- em...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 December 1959

MP Give To "Soutliside Santa9 Christmas Drive ISoiv Vol. 37 Students Attend State Convention The Texas Association for Health Physical Education and Recreation recently held Us state-wide convention for rlgh school and college. The McMurry physical education department was In charue of the registration for the meet- ing. The convention dealt with ways to Improve the physical education program in high schools nnd colleges. Tech- niques of how to pet things done and what things to dot were discussed. One of the outcomes of the discussion was that the ad- ministration or school board I should back the program that the physical education progiam department has or the program will not suc- ceed. The students from McMur- ry who helped with registra- tion were Baibara Fields Betty Wescott laura Glaum Sharon Wilson Pat Har- mon Samye Bates Esther Relthinayer Jan Burleson Mae Dell Long and Carolyn Baumann. Committee Chairman P. E. Shotwell head of the athletic department was chairman of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 December 1959

Frantic Semantics 1)V Sllililer A ))( imjii rout''- iiao.ss some 'irtoit now and then Hi il in I i I'M li iv h id the 'url.i- ' to 1 nit up boloio We dls- covi'iid not too long ago hill- )lo'vni; ttuuuKii ii Oti- iijnii lc-im Hint "oi.srn" mi in iron IiKUlitlveii(.'s.s vi it. ( a little inoiu dlnulni? 'i ui d th. it "i isenhauer" mi in- nn Ironworker or I'i.irkMiiitli Like "Under thr pu.idin chestnut tree the ill.W smith lie .st.uuls " Anvh'iw let'.- hope our globc- tjottliw president smiths lime uood will hole unci there. ItllllllCI This one Is straight out of n H F Goodrich ad But mny- D( vou missed It When rub- bVr wns discovered In the col- onies the Briti.sh had little ire for it It got all gooeyfied when applied to cloth ns a water piooler or In any use lint one thing It was .sueress- ftilly used for was ernslng lwncll mniks As the action of i-rasing Involve- rubbing the blob ol rubber was called "u nibber" Fancy that. Thimlilc Consider the lowly thimble Manifold years ago it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 December 1959

HcwCofiie from Uomh BGM SPVrHJi J&.:.frr.3Lf'U. ?V 5Ci f Jv MByjE: trsYsr w3tjp& f ".- . --i . " i lb - j i. --.. rc rasiv - H MlSSiHlMflf gsui as-ia8aaL aramd38$$ &nn agwaPBtfi'HBfc I i 1 1 1 wW irti 'i u jiwi j'XilMi iitfir P i-a" ?4JKjS2S3CKDHOKHc TIIIHR IIASKETrnitS McMiirr.v's Itcdmcn entertain (lie Howard P.ijnc College Yel- low .Tackc(s Thursday nislit in Indian Gym renew ini; one of the oldos( college cage rhalrics in Tcas. Howard I'avnc leads in the. series 37-2C. Indian pl.icrs shown licrc from left front row Include Hobby Dubois Ronnie Lowe Jerol Graves Warren V- ' rick. On en Moblcy Kay James Jerry Stages Jerry Stone. II lek row. Ilcrslicl Kimbrcll roach Hobby Driver I.anee Stephens Tommv Hideout Muddy Ituniscy Hill Snow den I'.irnie Keuseli Toby Hurkhaidt Charlie Baker l'cte Shotwcll athletic director and Tommy tstcs student assistant coach. Indians Play Jackets After N.M. Loss 73-69 Coach Herschel Kimbrell's McMurry Indian cagcrs will he seeking their first...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 December 1959

IHR Establishes Blood Bank At Hendricks for McMurrians IHR men's social club has established a blood bank for McMurry students at Hen- dricks Memorial Hospital. Although IlIH has Insti- gated the bank any McMur- ry student who wants to do- nate blood may do so. Dr. S. B. Thompson dean of men is acting as mediator between the students and the hospital Ordinarily the hospital chaigcs for typing a person's blood: but In establishing this blood bank Tor the col- lege they have waived that cost. Any student who rocs out to donate blood may have his blood typed without uny change. Special Types At present the hospital would like to have the names of those Individuals who have A negative A positive B negative H negative or B positive These are raie blood types and though the hospit- al docs not want donations of these blood types they would like to know who they School Calendar Wednesday December 9 Circuit Riders 12 noon; MSM 7 p in ; BSU 7 p m. Trursday December 10 -- MSM Council 7 am.; C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 December 1959

Coming of Messiah Hailed By Bethlehem Taxpayers Radiance and Divine Song Accompany Birth of Christ REVS' A&JA5H4wS?W IMkP' ''tigtoBfcwm l BEHOLD A CHILD ror to yon Is born this day in the city of David a Saviour who is Christ the Loid. And this will be a sign for you: you will find a babe wrapped in swad- dling' clothes and lying in a manger. (Photo by Morgan) Great Joy Reigns BETHLEHEM Dec. 25 Be-1 ginning the Year of Our Lorn 1. ' It is Impossible to de- scribe the feeling of gieat Joy that pervades Bethlehem to- day as the coming of the long- hci aided Messiah Is realized by the majoilty of Us Inhab- itants. The shepherds probably ex- perienced the most poignant sensations for it was them that the news was first given. Tho little group who were guaidlng their flocks from the foxes and wolves that still roam the hills oi Palestine speak with gieat wondcting of last night's message from the sky. The amazing light to gelhcr with tho chanting of u heavenly host has brought an Inc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 December 1959

Eyes of All Judea Turn With Awe To Prophesied Birth of Messiah BFTHLEHEM Dec 2" Uil'lnnlng tht Year of Our1 I ortl 1 The tycs of all Ju dta aic turned with awt today upon thL little to An as vvo-d ( inanatcs from It that the long-prophesied Messiah wis! 1 oin litre list night Miraculous hnpppnlnps and Usitatlons of heavenly hosts which (onfounded them w.th ridlaiid md divine sonf liad tht inhabitants to bellevp I that this Is tht prlnct of the i thront of David who scrip-j tuies havt s ild will rt-unltt the scatUicd tribes of Israel md ulMi oer them as the ion of God I Tht appearance of a new st n of gieat magnitude and luminosity convinces thtm that It porttnds to the an- titnt piophtty Thi Infant bom to Mar a Jewish tlrl from Naz ircth who Is the wife of Joseph a urpcntci v. is first discover- I t d by a troup of shepherds who itrcivcd the niws of His I bhth ftom i band of angels i whllt thej weic tending tlit.tr flocks in the low-lylnt hills lust oulsldt Ihe tlty Desttndlnt In a ...

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

r5 k 'Attend ACC Tournament Thursday Friday Saturday Vol. 37 McMurry College Abilene Texas December 16 1959 No. 12 DON WIHSENHUNT Fifth SCONA Features International Leaders Two McMurry students at- tended the fifth Student Con- ference on National Affairs recently at Texas A&M where they heard several world-famous speakers discuss Inter- national problems Mac ' Hamilton and Don Whlsehunt went to the con- ference1 In College Station as representatives of the Mc- Muiry Student Association Speakers for the occasiort were Maj Gen John Bruce Mcdaris Sir Leslie Munro RSS Gunawardcne Dr How- aid It Bowcn and William H Lawrence Gen Mcdaiis is in charge of all Army ordnance pro- grams in the rocket eulded and ballistic missile and out- er space fields His topic for the meeting was 'Facing the Galleon Winners To Be Released Winners of the Sl-ma Tau Delta contest for the Galleon will be released dining the chapel piogram January 7 according to Devln McAnal- ly editor of the magazine. Award...

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

Student Council Discusses Issue Of Press Freedom A question which Is often raised In campus discussions Is "Is the student paper cen- sored by the administration?' This question came up In a recent meeting of the Stu- dent Council. It was pointed out that the ndmlnlstration exercises no direct supervision over the paper. The supervision of the student paper Is In the hands of Allen Ramsey. Tills supervision usually takes the form of correcting errors In wording siiTgestlng Improvements In layout and other mechanics. There has been no censorship of the pa- per tilts year. At times In the nast the administration has felt that the paper was In need of cen- sorship and has held the ad- visor responsible as he Is held responsible for all material that goes Into all school pub- lications. Don Mlnlch. fOMftKeawr - ' l far" " tf. ' HULlft JANeT?.....5AY...UH...HOWto90TADATe POR NMV VEAR37.....HUH7....YEM I MEANT WO.....0H.... Pace 4 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 10 1959 Editor's Column W...

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

Speech Dept Has Program For Lodge School The speech classes under the guidance of Caroline Couch Blair presented two programs to the Tenth Anni- versary of the Rcbekah Lod3e held In the Windsor Hotel and to the State School on behalf of the McMurry Wom- en's Club. The first program featured a group .which presented choral readings "Nativity" and "What Christmas Means to Me." Another highlight was an accordion solo by Jack Fowler entitled "Dark Eyes" Master of Ceremonies Master of Ceremonies John Garner introduced several other solo acts which includ- ed Sandra Whittle In a mon- ologue of "Is There a Santa Claus" and Edward Cooper In a take-off on after-dinner speakers Elroy Nele played a violin solo accompanied by Mary Ellen Deffenbach on the pi- ano. Darrell Rhodes narrated the choral readings which had Owen McMurry Terry O'Brien Arch Purdue and Peggy Raye featured In solo parts. Other members of the choral reading group Includ- ed Gaylene Taylor Caroline Hodges Monta Kay Gragg Jan...

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

t n Band To Hav& Annual Concert For Children McMurry students arc in for another trent Thursday morning- when Raymond T. (Prof) Bvnum the McMurry College Band and tho chil- dren of faculty and adminis- tration members combine to give the annual Chilstmas chapel program. The Indian Hand will play several numbers In the Christmas spirit lnciudln; "White ChMstmas" featuring the English Handbells; "Bc- nentli the Holly" a medley of Christmas souks "March1 of the Toys" tin "Children's March" a medlev of chil- dren's sonus and "Winter Wondeiland " Members of the faculty 01 administration v.111 have chll- tlit'ti on the pioi'ram Each child may do .some kind of net Children of members of the band will also be pre- sented The Mnpin? of "Silent Night" and the appearance of Santa Claus will highlight tlie program. Round Robin Ends on Dec. 16 This week will wind up the volleyball round lobln com- petition in women's Intramu- lillS The scores of the games played December 0 and the high-point...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 December 1959

WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 16 1959 Page 7 DOWN WITH THE BALL Bobby Driver (13) and an un- identified Howard Payne player tussle over the ball In the disappointing closing- seconds to McMurry onlookers. Earnic Itcusch (40) Toby Burkliardt (42) and Jerry Stacffs (25) stall waiting to move into action. (Photo by Morgan) HowCome from Holcomb . By Paul Holcomb When the Indians met the Mustangs of New Mexico Wes- tern last week lan Interesting item was thepumber of boys from Indian on the Mus- tang squad. A clear i majority of the Ijoys hailed) ffom Indiana in- cluding tlnce'of the five starters. At the same time if qne were to have taken a Qnnder at the Warrior roster he could have seen a fair sprinkling of boys from Indi- ana on the McMurry roster also. Included are Toby Burk- hardt the team's leading scorer; Charlie Baker a Gorman to Play In Optimist Bowl Big Bill Gorman 230-pound redheaded tackle was iccent- ly named to the Small Col- lege All-America squad which will meet the Major...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 December 1959

7 ir Wife Sto Wish es The Administration and Student Body m HI w f I Drive CAREFULLY so you can come hack and take your EXAMS.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1960

I "I Or Uli Ur c fNE VlW THE With OliPs Pains New j Year Comes Vol. 37 McMurry College Abilene Texas January 6 1960 No. 13 -varwnoop Dr. Yeats Edits Canadian Book Dr. A. W. Yeats associate professor of English at Mc- Murry has recently had a book published by a Canadian press. The book a product of four years of work on Dr. Yeats' part Is "Rudyard Kipling a Bibliographical Catalogue" published by the University of Toronto Press. The publication represents a total of 30 years of work: Dr. Yeats' four years and James McO Stewart's 26 years. Stewart began collecting printings of Kipling's early In the 20'k. Their value in- creased after Kipling's death In 1936. Work was continued until 1955 when Stewart died. There were manuscript pages for all of the 688 pages of the main portion of the irolume. The Introduction had lust been finished before the author's death. The 688 pages did not need revision but some 450 pages of appendices did. That's when Dr. Yeats stepped in. The Kipling autho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1960

HHHHHHIHHHBB9HI ' I " 1K 'toi Till -iti'JiiJt-i. y-t wt nni HHHP4m"lw' RONNIE LOWE . . co-captain How Come from .By Paul Well I960 has made its ap- from the middle of the line peartnee and the time seems i whei e six instrumental men to be appropriate tor looking ' were' lost. Only Thomas re- buck over the past year and .turns and he will have to be anticipating the new year. Riven plenty of adequate help With tills In mind and witii the I960 McMurry line is the emphasis on the future. 'to ilval that of 1959 Another it seems worthwhile to look i hole will need to be filled at with an objective eye at the1"" end position where only Intercollegiate athletics in Wayne Young Is left fiom the wlilr-h McMurry pai ticipates ' lrft two units. Football-wise it appears at A lot of holes will need to first glance that the Indians be ""' a"d the backfield from tin- Reservation might will have to Jell if the squad be In lor a rough year this Is to be successful year what with the gradua-l " the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1960

ri if !Q t ffi i "r t . Tru&i&& znX Saw rcLcirmtcTKXi at Frantic . Sit Well we don't have a se-book. Potpourri means we're ' month it isn't too late to quence of words covering the dipping from the bottom of I make new year's resolutions holiday season Just past so the keg. I One of them might be. Cram we'll Just have a potpourri of BANK during the next two weeks words -which seem to be clut- Fublic financing was first "! won't learn anything but tering up our (dig that Jour- ;arried on from a bench or at least '" Pass the course." nalistic first person) note- banca" out in an open place Another new year's prom- - - . i lke a markct iSquaIe. You lse might be to take my own TYI T ? HI 1f ' niay recall a story about the exams at the time that they 'Wily lSnt MCiVl benches and tables of mon- nre supposed to be taken. J i evlenriers bein" unsot. The Some students feel that it's Well Guarded Like NMU SUB During the Christmas holl- . llJ' "'w rtudent union building on the jani...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1960

THE WAU Paite 4 McMurry Band Will Host Region All-State Tryouts By FRANK SITCIILEIl For tho 12th consecutive year McMurry will host the Region II all-state band try- outs. Four hundred area high Tax Returns Due For Gov't Apr. 15 Requirements for filing of federal Income tax icturns for 1959 "were announced here recently by Arthur E Fogle Jr or Internal Revenue Serv- ice. To sum It up "Most people with $000 or more of gross Income for 1959 must file a return with Uncle Sam" Fo- gle said Every cltlen or resident of the United States whether adult or minor who had $000 or more gross Income in 1959 must inc. 11 i or over ihiu or more. "However." ForIo contln ued "If you're self-employed you flic a return If your seir- employmcnt Income was $400 or more even though your gross Income was less than $600." Tho revenue representative added these potent points: A person with Income of less than these amounts should file a '59 return to get a re- fund If tax was withheld. A married poison with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 January 1960

LI . i U- VIcMLTrtf 'lLLtGi AB.lEmL TuaAS THE Pay Your Poll Tax Next hinday McMuny College Abilene Texas Januai v 27 10 No. U Vol. 37 Ol 4?k 'HF s4S y& S?h " "hr Ellis Takes A&M Place; TeaK Gels MeM Top Spol Itv P.U'h HOI.CO'IU ! Har Hliiimi Snorts I clitor Giant '1 ill as move! up fiom 111-? assistant position to head ioo b ul coach in a ic- cent f-hiki-im of poaihing peiscwu I it h f i iv Tcafi foi thiee jcus lhi" coach to lui niv Llh accr t- rU the "i-i ioa wh"ii Til! took OUt n 1 Nt 1 t 101- Uon at Tc VM r lis hid been h( Ml riu' lot h ior the past fc )" i ns (.KNr TI.AIT . . . proniutid I I p. v t 3 i . . resigns I if J is i mil -llfefe Ten Students Graduate; One Is Not A Teacher Nino out of the ten pndu- atln; senlois at the end o. the ID'iO fall semebtei have plans to tcacli after thev fin- ish The other student has majoied In elementary edu- cation. The registrars office has leleasea the ten names five of whom have majored in el- einent.try eduratlon The one ' lone w...

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