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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 May 1956

THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students 28 / FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1956 No. 31 Ion. Jim Wright Gives Graduation Address The Honorable Jim Wright, Con- gressman from the 14th Congres- sional District of Texas, will I*' guest speaker at the Spring com- mencement exercises at 5:30 p. m., May 27, in the sanctuary of the Polytechnic Methodist Church. Baccalaureate services will. be held that morning in the First Methodist Church with Dr. Gaston Foote, pastor of the church, speak- ing. Before Mr. Wright'was elected to his present post, he was mayor of Weatherford, and before that he .-' i vei^one term in the Texas Leg istatui nine for Master of Education. Candidates are: Bachelor of Arts Degree David Landers, Jr., David Stephen,,1 | Latham, Jarnes F. l>'wis. Ruby ! Lynn McGown, Jack Warren Mr- Mary Frances Anderson, Doro- tNeilly, James L. Mabe, Peggy Jean thy Jones Brummltt, James Fran- j Martin, Frankie Lee Massey, Tlieta cis Delaney, Joy Anne Eubank, j Kathryne May, fegg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 May 1956

'aqe 1 THE R A MBLER ■ j & * "s-f * - >«> flvtt /i 72t$xee ? The sun "s settirg on the fourth year of college for many of us a4, Texas Wesleyan. We have had a ghffnce to look at the intellectual side of life and de- cide whether or not it is worth the trouble. Four years is a long time, but most of us have found the time has been well spent.. Some of us will do further worf? for master's and doctorate's degrees. Others will enter or re-enter the business world now that they have received their bachelor's degree. Degrees are important because they are symbols of recognition of years of hard work. Even if the degrees were not presented we should have much to show for proof of our 'higher training. There are scars from fish week, wrinkles from research for term papers, and.wounds that will never show from unex- pected low grades. . More -proof than wounds or degrees, however, should be our enlightened minds, tolerant attitudes, and discriminating tastes. These are the true ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 May 1956

s >>- 1 We re going fishing. ION TIME is hero about NEWS IN BRIEF ANS er Shop 16 E. ROSED ALE BCRI-. GrLBREATH V. P. GAINES and A. II. EVANS Pays to Look Well The Perfect Treaty.. CE CREAM from SHBURNS 8012 E. ROSED ALE A <5 Queen Cathy Will Reign Pag< 3. (('ontinur«l from I'ajjp 1) and Omig Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. \V A Ward. Mr. Ward is assistant to the president. Ushers for the event will he Bill , * Hilfsboro: Dale Dorrman. • Albany, Georgia; Kent Con well and follows: Beverly Hinds, Joy Win- ton, Betty Burnette, Carlene Evans,. Sylvia Munril, Charlotte Boswell, Delores Hall, Larue Har- per, Marie. Ennis, I.inda Cooper, Peggy Button, Donna Blair, Joyce Chapman, Ruth Ann Blazer, Paula Fort Paul. Lillian Flores, Clora Dean - j Sutton, Janice Pearson, Erin An- Cathy will kneel on a white satin ; derson, Marcla Robertson, Cathryn cushion as Hafrlijon, |Fred Talklngton, both of Worth. , Pendleton, Jeanette N«>fa, Yvonn< I Johnson, B<*tty Wood, Marlyn j ;Reid, Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 May 1956

Page 4. Streett Addresses Dab 'n Blab (Continued on Pace 8) (Continued from Tag# 2) of tradition, ho is in a sense a dis- senter ffom i'\|v ru'nrc a* he ynds it. To punish the dissenter is to repudiate the finest cultural heri- tage that we have: Columbus, Jefferson, and Pasteur were all ' dissenters. To crush dissent is to deny the great Hebrew prophets, and to heap calumny and disgrace up on the mission and teachings of Christ himself. > nut absolute and final, but proxi- mate and tentative; The scholar > would never think of attacking a |conclusion except by, investigating ! and assessing independently the jevidence upon which it rests. So we find ourselves compelled to re- call our minds from lazy acquie- scence in predigested dogma and to insist upon the free examina- tion of the evidence, recognizing that no generalization is immune to critical examination, no matter Scholarship depends upon a qua- how attractive it may be. In scho- lity of'courage, and upon the free- la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 June 1956

i.ii HiViii' liWrt'lil n ■ i .«* K ^,iy^^iriiiTttfin<irfw'ii>liifiiiiii i ^■ ■' //v*sa> w THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students ■■Jt FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1956 .4(1- M' \onstruction Steadily Progresses n $400,000 TWC Library n> Mil HKV MOVER Texas Wes- £pgun rk on the new Library, which was [« progressing according said Sam Braswell, 5s Manager of TWC, recent- The foundations have been through some difficult rock r,nd within a few days the Ip foundations should be Tentative completion f the library is June,' 1957. potter Construction Com- .1 iloyer Survey x Is Qualifications hat Are Business and Industry r in College Graduates?" title of a report by the De- Employer Opinion Survey, lists qualifications sought in e graduates by business and It ry. qualifications rank in im- ? in the following order: Competence and performance; initiative and imagination; Promise of ability to get along [people generally and partic'u- with fellow employees and Jrdinates; (4)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 June 1956

, ' . . . . if" i"\ V Page 2 THE RAMBLER Newspapers, Economic Well Being If anyone still wonders just how valuabie the news- paper is as an advertising medium for retailers—in 'this era when other media are competing Vigorously for business—he would do well to study a survey r.ade by the. Bureat^of Business Research of Michigan State University. . The survey deals with the e^tect on retail sa'es ot last December's newspaper strike in Detroit. It shews that a gain in over-all sales in the Detroit metropolitan area during the strike period was due to buying in the suburbs. Sa'es in the downtown area actually declined by $35 million. " Editor & Publisher says editorially: "The Michigan State analysis ... is one of the greatest testimonials for newspaper advertising tha^ has ever been written. It adefe to the growing volume of data showing that wherever a community is deprived of its newspapers all business suffers. "... when general business conditions are good customers do not jus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 June 1956

& 26. 1956 T H E RAMBLER Page 3 'S Horse, g Juniori day: best im." st put J gently j Senior Keeping Fingers Crossed P^chologists Say n..ed A «AA- \V/ # /~ I- Religion Affects Chairman At Meet /As /VI/ss Wool Lontest Entrant Traffic Accidents Miss Virginia Hailey, sophomore ifrorri HiUsbon was r < entlv named One of the topics of conversa- tion that Marcia Lejjion, >er^f^ is very excited about these days Is the "Miss Wool' contest, sponsored by the Texas Sheep and Goat Rais- ers Association. Perhaps the rea- son for such an interest is that Marcia is a contestant. She has much to be excited about, for the winner of this contest will receive many awards and honors. Prob- ably the biggest award will be a $4000 wool wardrobe, plus travel to all the fashion centers of Ame- rica, a car for use..during the year's traveling, affd a set of luggage. A surprise is usually given t« the winner also. Last year it was a mink coat; the year before, a trip to Europe. Finals for the contest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 June 1956

Y / ; • Page 4 THE RAMBLER 6 Faculty Profs Spend Summer In Travel, Study, Recreation and an operation \\'i sle>;an faculty <i dues the end of Trips, study. have kept Texa members occupi the spring' semester. Doan Sarah Works is recovering , from an operatfon undergone ne.sday, June 20f at St. Joseph's i Hospital. Dow Worley, economics dt^iart- | ment, is planning a Caribbean cruise in the latter part of the j summer, while Mrs. Mattie East, i history, and Nafe Katter, speech, | art- vacationing in Kurope, iVord . has arrived through the "grape- vine" that Mrs. East was quite seasick on the trip over. S?am fiasco, former Ram coach, and his wife and son are vacation- ing in California, visiting with old, friends whom they met'While Sath was stationed there in the Marines. Bill Ward, public relations direc- tor. will attend a public relations convention at White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, July 7-10. George "Anson and Walter Lynn are vacationing at their summer home in Michig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 August 1956

wmm I w THE RAMBLER V The Voice of TWC Students No. 34 FORT WORTH TEXAS, AUGUST 21, 1956 [ug/crs Morris Addresses u'ors During Robing I in M vi m ill 0 ir for Ke\ i to the exerri a. >" "hJich. REED presented the &ei ior gift to the D< stiny" was school. Thurman Hitchcock ■ gave Douglas Mor- : the benediction. Se niors during | "Knowledge or Wisdom" was the held August rhallengin'g statement presented to SV.MBOIJMCD IN THE PICTURES below four-years' work accomplished by Patsy Dees. the traditional freshman cap, and at the right, the graduation regalia. is the culmination of At the left, she wears in Polytechnic ceremony is t/adi- [l)Ol(iI.A> MORRIS pn the J'txas"Wesleyan cam- Each: senior selects his fa- laeulty member to place his |d gown- on him. , Special he Buflder" ■ by Charles was presented by Miss Reed. President of the Class, J. Denman Walker, the seniors. "What does our pres- ent age need? Men filled with wisdom or men with knowledge?" The philosophy of a wise m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 August 1956

-\ A Page 2 THE RAMBLER ?K-tyeai-Otct 1/<yte Politicians in this election year should be asked to face a question of growing importance. Will they recognize the maturity of the youth of today, and grant to them voting privileges along with the re- sponsibilities put upon them Ly government? A youth of eighteen today is required to register for possible draft by the military, a procedure which inducts him into certain responsibilities of full adult- hood.. He can be required to undergo intensive training in the fully developed art of defending his native country against any enemies, a training which changes him physically, mentally, and .spiritually. He adopts attitudes and liabilities of .maturity in assuming even a small part in the gigantic defense of his land. Should not then this young man at the same time he assumes a responsible part in the defease of his country-—also be granted the privilege of voting in .elections to voice his opinion 'as to his choice for a .leader of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 August 1956

■NMmMHMHMnMI It 21, 1956 THE RAMBLER Sone Addresses Guests Graduation Luncheon Page 3 ion to reJturn to.,Texas id cool off in the new extended by Dr. Sone i to Master of Edu- ; lates and their guests j il luncheon Thursday, i jtely 50 faculty mom- t,-«, and guest* were I the college was in- i he futures of its grad- | ready to help in any ey might iv*ve. r],iece of the head ta- rt the graduation mo- te African violets and unis dressed in blue lue and white maline. "aduate models of blue ,j| carried place cards the custftjnary diplo- J Following the address by Dr. . Mrs V ri Winn. represent- ing the Alumni Club, asked gradu- ates to participate In the alumni : program. The class then pres'ented Dr. Kincald, class sponsor, with a golf cart. ry W. Rice, registrar, r,vocation at the lunch- s;nging of the Doxology Dr. James H. Kincaid, 1 an; Robert Sullivan, of the Graduate Class r or" ceremonies at the Ha! i fct b; l„ Jon introduced the guests. Ir the lunch was served, Mr. jm expressed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 August 1956

Page 4 THE RAMBllER Suppressed Desires Are Revealed On TW C Campus following people were relate to theirs Whether he admits it or not every person has a suppressed sire. The brave enough publicly .... KAREN WILLIAMS—"I would f like to write a shocking novel." 1 JANICE PEARSON — I would j like to someday own a two-tone j green Cadillac." DON VA88EY —"I think it j would be great to be a contestant in a Miss America contest." BETTY BKOWDER—"I've al- ways had the desire t*> be a stu- dent at Texas A & M,|^ GEORGIA MORGAN—"I've al- -ways wanted to become a nurse." BILL HAILEY—'"Frankly. 1 'never try to suppress my desires." WAYNE CAMPBELL — "I wouldn't mind being Supreme Court Justice." JANET DOTSON—"I've always had the desire to go to Paris in the Springtime." JOAN BARRETT—"I have al- ways wanted to be a nightclub singer." „ MARILYN DANIEL—"I want to teach at Baylor University some- day." MAUDE REED—"I should like to be an opera singer. MARY ANN NOLAND—"I have always wanted to be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1962

vij*" WELCOME, b "i. ^ _ Students Register, Get Acquainted In Eventful Week of Activities Registration, campus improve- floor of the Administration Build- ments, and get-acqtiainted parties ing. TeKPair-conditioned classrooms have kept students in the swing of were ready for use when school campus activity this week. -opened, including a visual aids Upperclassmen registered Sept. room and language laboratory with 17 while freshmen became oriented thirty booths for students in their to campus life in Fellowship Hall study of French, Spanish and Ger- With speeches, exams and tours of man, which was added this year, the campus. * " Fire escapes leading to the third Freshmen registered Sept. 18 floor were installed at the2\front of and were hosted, to a. coke party the Administration IJuilmng and or. Tuesday afternoon. They were a ramp, also leading to third, was also entertained with the annuarmstalled at the back of the build- fre'shman-sophomore p i e n i c at ing. The art department...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1962

Page Two- zrr—— THE R AM BLER Tuesday, September 25 400.000 Soviets l^eadt -Dor / ^owerhouSe V ore Berlin—free It-ity or Sovjft powerhouse? This leading question has faced the U.S. and its allies since the Commun- ists walled off the eastern half of Berlin on August 13. Basic- ally. the real dilemma lies in the fact that divided Germany is the only place in the world where U.S. and Russian arrrfies. —combat trained and fully armed-—confront each other across a border. Numerically speaking, the U.S. has 250,000 soldiers in Europe. Most of them are in West Germany, including 5,000 in West Berlin. Russia has an estimated 400,000 Soviet soldiers fcteri in East OTrmany. This "power vs. power" situation has led Khrushchev to suggest that a U N. force replace Allied garri- sons stationed in the free sector of Berlin. Evidently this move could only be aimed at weakdUng U.S. influence in free BerlmfKhrushchev is expected to re- new his ideas on a "free Berlin" at the U. N. General Assem- bly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1962

o >62 v Tuesday. September 25, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Three CLtlB NEWS un u* h- t>o .er- 011- n. ent rth of the cal ind ro- of j ate isic. fim atm \nd lis"l o pus. >k- et- hia itf- ov- ph, be tu- 1©S\1 on. ho- ev- in his i£e ide nil nd die be iot lat ic- on >n- ri- >hn nd i| ng on | 31*3 I to • Officers to Introduce Purpose, Place Of MSM at September 26 Meeting MSM The Methodist Student Move- ment, under the direction of Rev. Wesley W. Williams, is planning their first formal program for September 26, at 6:30 p.m. This meeting- is under the direction of Joe Farley and otner officers, and will seek to introduce the purpose and place of the MSM in the form of a skit and a series of short talks. Refreshments will be served, and all campus students ajre urired to attend. Omega Chi Attention all religion majors, life service volunteers, pre-mini- sterial students, and anyone inter- ested in chiffch-related vocations: watch for notices of the first meet1? ing of Omega Chi so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1962

"N, -_v " Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, September 25, 1962 F=jr- % Dateline... TWC Tuesday, September 25 3 p.m., Meeting for girls interested in Social Clubs, Parlor of Armstrong Hall 6:30 p.m., Welcome party in BSU 0:30 p.m., Aut|ss Meeting 6:3T) p.m., Delia Meeting i) p.m., TW Players Meeting Wednesday, September 26 7:30 p.m., Phi Mu Party for Freshmen 4:15 p.m., Meeting of Women's Dorm Council,, 6:30 p.m., MSM " 8 p.m., BSU Thursday, September 27 10:50 a.m., Formal Opening Convocation 6 p.m., Senate Meeting 6:30 p.m., WRA 7:30 p.m., Intramural Football, Freshmen vs. Sophomores 7:30 p.m., SEA Friday, September 28 Wesleyan Singers Retreat „ 8 p.m., Semi-Formal Dance. Crystal Ball Room. Texas Hotel Monday, October 1 , 4:30 p.m., WRA "7:30 p.m., SAI Informal Rush 7:30 p.m.. Football Intramurals, Juniors vs. Seniors Tuesday, October 2 6:30 p.m., Autiss Meeting 6:30 p.m., Deka Meeting ^g>:30 p.m., Ej^Ieeting 7*30 p.m., Gamma Omicron 7:30 p.m., SEA Meeting Celebrity Series (Continue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1962

s r,j September 25, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Five -4b ^~Jrom the C loAet v. by Bill Russell „ ^ ■. style- ill .atuAu -wear roles, plus a bright accent of tans' been subtly nbdtttdl by the and whites for warmer climes. Disporting itself in all these shadejj, Che resurgent three-piece"1 suit, a sartorial fixture of the of the classic Ivy sil- -conscious collegians would Hollowell Speaks 'At Opening Session [l advised to brief themselves Thirties, has quickly become an : i >,v of the Ivy-inspired trends impeccably correct campus uni- I mi.-e to make a splash on : rm — with jacket. troMsers a .id ' ,awide scale, Along with matching vest available in winter- ed navy blue will be setting the arid summerwergrbt solids, stripes, in, Mated color tone in suit.- and muted plaids and midget herring- s'.. headgear and outerwear, holies. w'i'h iow-key grays and browns ,.inv Toj ping off the campiis ward- It"-'': accustomed complementary robe in every college quarter for the man witf^p head for ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1962

" Page Six - ■ *"* ^..., * ... ^ Jy"Ur.L TT THE RAMBLER Tuesday, September 25, 1962 50 ATTEND AthleticaKickoff Meeting Held About 5(i people, including this reason's TWC basketball ami golf squads, attended the annual ath- letic "kiekoff " meeting last Thurs- day afternoon at the library. Coach Elmer Hanebutt initiated the idea of meetinghtiit year as an attempt tu obtain mori^ harmony among the school's athletic teams, the administration and faculty and the student body. One of the highlights of the af-. fair were the introductions of the basketball and golf teams. Members of Coach Hanebutt's cage crew are Cecil Goff, Pete Brown, David Weber. John Giesler, Bob Merder, Larry Phelps, Chip Combs, Larry Graham, Don Wil- lis, Irvin Rue, Tommy Thomson. Marvin Piclia, Tommy Huff, and Jerpy Gilbert. Making up Coach 0. D. Bounds' golf team are Roy Hill, Larry Dark, Tommy" Wrinkle, Jimmy Searcy, Jack Hah}'. Charles Meis- ner^tf^hxniy Taylor, 'Mike 'Martin and Roy Bowen. Only members of the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 1962

MJDGE CLOk I Lv.j --trafli iiJLdiae Dogpatch CouplesWed' At Sadie Hawkins Dance a DICK HOAG, Marryin' Sam hitches Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae, Marvin Picha and Judy Johnson as Sheriff Lewis Marchbanks and Deputy Tim Russell watch to make sure no shot-gun wed- din' takes place. - „ THE RAMBLER VOLUME 35 TEXAS-WESLEYAN tOLLEGE FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1962 No. 4 TW Players Set fall Production Nov. 2-3 Mason Johnson, head of the speech-drama department of Texas Wesleyan College, has announced that the fall production will be "Nude With Violin" by Noel Cow- ard. The production will be pre- sented by the TW Players on Nov. 2 and 3. „ u.'This Noel Coward play is cen- tered around the character of Paul Sorodin. As it does to everyone, death capie even to the brilliant painter, jSorodin. Close behind came his bereaved relatives, his business manager, And*all those, others who, as their grief turned to greed, anxiously awaited the reading of the great man's will. I't was then tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 1962

Page Two THE RAM °<L E R Tuesday, October 16, £ 3 oviets. ?/J? JSU,/ Hjace Sufieri or it ij Where 'does "the space race stand now? This is a crucial question debated bv free "nations throughout the world. Officially, the space age began five years 'ago on Oct. 4, 1957, when the Soviets sent Sputnik 1 into orbit around the earth. It weighed 184 pounds. Four months later, on Jan, 31, 1958, the U.S. launched its fTfst satellite. Its weight was 30.8 pounds. Immediately, two powerful nations—already engaged in ernest competition on earth—were started toward a battle for space. Where is this struggle for space superiority going to end? At the present time the conquest of the moon is now the big goal ahead. This is one race that the U.S. must win! Looking at a comparative record of the last five years, we j find that the U.S. in this period of time announced 77 sue-, cesses in space and up to 20 others that were of a secret jniliyf tarv nature. The U.S.S.R. scored 24 known successes in ...

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