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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

Tuesday, May, 7, 196£ THE"RAMBLER Page Seven Lab Band Makes Hit At Jazz College Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to announce that the 19<>3 Jazz (* o 1 l'e g IB with the TWC I.ah Hand was a success. The Viand, un- der the direction of Mr. Dean Sayles. presented the concert last Tuesday, April 23, in the Fine Arts Auditorium-! and featured every- thing from hot instrumental solos to vocal solos to all-b^g^numbers. The program featured numbers from ntany different pefiods of music. The band members illustrat- ed very well their versatility by being, able to play the different numbers. French, Spanish and American selections' were played spanning a length of time as far back as the fifteenth century to the present one" Music from Ameri- can musicals was used also. "Featured as soloists were-'Missel- Jane Perry and Joy Garrett., Miss Perry is a senior music major at Texas Wesleyan while Miss „Gar- rett is a|> senior at' Carter-River- side "Higtt Scfcjol. Seen on the TWC stage rec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 May 1963

. •) Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday, May 7, 1963 Squeeze Bunt Pushes Rams to 5-4 Triumph A successful squeeze play in'the bottom of the ninth inning pro- pelled the Ram baseball team to a 5-4 victory over Paris Junior College and snapped a long: losing streak last week at Sycamore Park. Prior to the victory, the Uni- versity of Dallas had beaten TWC, 10-3 at Sycamore to extend the Rams' string of losses. Coach Walter Langston's team is due to close out its season today (Tuesday) against the Dallas team at Irving. Game tinie is 2:30 p.m. The Rams were* trailing, 4-3, headed into last of the ninth against Paris. But Don Barker led off with a single and Charles Rice was hit with a pitch to give the Rams life and set the stage for Mike Gibson's squeeze bunt. Gibson layed it perfectly down the third base line to score Barker, and Rice also came in to spore1 the winning run as Gibson knocked the throw out of the second base- man's glove for an error. The Rams had taken a 2-0 lead in the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

/* JUDGE GEORGE W. ARMSTRONG LIBRARY TEXAS V S!u N THE KAMSISk •r.,e VOLUME 35 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-T959, 1962 FOR" WORTH TEXAS. fRIDA^MAY 17, 1963 NO? Awards Day Honors Outstanding; Annual Dedicated to Mrs. Wilcox by Bruce Rocket t Ramble^ Stafi Writer Hard work, late hours, and sweat proved not to be ill vain as over forty Texas Wesleyan College stu- dents were presented \wth awards ill Awards Assembly jitaierday. J , a*ards were given' fwty.eKwp- tiorw achievement ° in proficiency, athletics, jar.d ■ journalise Aionj^ with the,,awards came the installa- tion of officers for 1963-64, the dedication • of «the TWVF.CO, and tiie announcement of this year's favorites. Proficiency awards were,given in fourteen, categories, including five <3 Dr. Sone Featured In Church Magazine President Law Sone was fea- tured in an article titled, "A Lay- man and a College,". in this month's issue of Methodist Lay- map, a magazine published month- ly by the General Board of L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Friday, May 17, 1963 CllCll clditor J^icls iJo cJoijai Stippo INHERITANCE rter: The last issue of The Rambler — it" seems to be an all too quick ending to put to 68 consecutive issues of a news- paper. Yet, two years have passed so briefly that it Is time again for your student newspaper to undertake a change of editorship. On behalf of my staff I would like to thank YOU, the student body, for your enthusiastic accept44KX' of the newspaper and your never-ceasing effort to help my staff in any way possible; THE FACULTY for keeping us up to date in depart- mental news; ' r ORGANIZATIONS for their different featured news in the social, business and professional world. MY STAFF, for whom I can only hold the highest re- spect and gratitude. They, as a few hljau'ested and talented journalists, have helped to spearhead The Rambler into first place in Texas for the second consecutive year of my editor- ship. They have also been consistent in winning various writ- ing an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

Friday, May 17, 1963 THE RAMBLER Prof Makes Enthusiasm Contagious, Shares Inspiration from Books "Page Three by phens inspires his students t'o do Ann Gilliam more outside reading by sharing Rambler Staff Writer "with them, in his lectures, fasci- For proof that enthusiasm is con- nating historical insights from the tagious one. needn't look farther pens of many authors. than one of the six history classes "I especially enjoy reading books taught by Dr. John R. Stephens, on political science, philosophy, and TWC's assistant professor of so- history," says Dr. Stephens, whose cial science. historical ^interests cover a wide An avi<i reader fiijjiself, Dr. Ste- field. COMMENCEMENT (Continued from Ftage 1) religion and social science; Bar- education and English; Dan Ed- bara Ketchum Abernathy, elemen- ward Jackson, social science and tary education; Lois Wilson Ander- speech-drama; Xelda Elaine-Jack'- tfon, elementary education and son, elementary education; Allan math; David Earl A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

Page Four E R A^M B L E R Friday, /.'a/ 17, 1963 17 ix/ng Motherhood with Graduation No Problem for Black-Haired Beauty LADY IN WAITING, Pat White, can new smife with relief since she gave birth to a son, Bill, Jr., Wednesday, May 9. ) Pat is a '63 graduate of TWC. FINAL EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULE May 1S-24, 1*.>63 MONDAY, MAY 20 8:00 A.M.—M.W.F. 9:00 Classes 10:30 A.M.—M.W.F. 11:00 Classes 2:00 P.M.—M.W. 3:00 Classes TUESDAY. MAY 21 8:00 A.M.—All English 311. 312, 313,.322, & 324 Classes 10:30 A.M.—T.T. i>:25 Classes 2:00 P.M.—T.T. 1:30 Classes 4:30 P.M.—T.T. 4:30 Classes WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 8:00 A.M.—M.W.F'.' 8:00 Classes 10:30 A.M.—All History 324 Classes 2:00 P.M.—M.W. 1:30 Classes 4:30 P.M.—M.W. 4:30 Classes THURSDAY, MAY 23 8100 A.M.—T.T. 8:00 Classes 10:30 A.M.—T.T. 11:45 Classes 2:00 P.M.—T.T. 3:00 Classes FRIDAY, MAY 24 8:00 A.M.—M.W.F. 12:00 Classes " 10:30 A.M.—M.W.F. 10:00 Classes SATURDAY, MAY 18 All Saturday Classes will have final examinations at the regular class ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

1 o ?63 Friday. May 17, 1963 THE RAMBLER ■Paoe F v'9 Organizations her she | and the | tor as | but ■cing lupy Elections, Parties, Dinners Will Conclude Pre-Exam Activities Tin- Student Edttcati -n Associa- tion helll its installation dinner at Vance Godbey's on May 7. The new officers for 19(33-64 were installed. They are: Nancy Kleibrink, pre si-, dent; Sue Reuteler, vice president; Kaye McBfayer, secretary; IMane Porter, treasurer; Carol Ramsey, historiati; Richard' Richardson, parliamentarian; Skip Johnson, publicity; Lila Bridges, reporter, and Susanne Parnell, .scrapbook. After installation.'"This is Your Life, Mrs. Mary Craig'," was pre- sented. Mrs. assistant pro- fessor of education, who is retiring in J tine, was presented s plaque by SEA. An "oil portrait of hej will be hung 'at North, Hi Mount Ele- mentary . School where Mrs. Craig was formerly principal. lllotus Duodecim ■ Forty members of Entre Amis and lllotus Duodecim enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. John Anderson, TWC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Friday, May 17," 1963 Awards Day ... (Continued from Page 1) waS presented to Peggy Smith by j Martha Smith, assistant pro- fessor of home economies. Two $100 checks were given to i the English award winners. The j Woman's ^Vednesday Club present- , ed one cheek to Dianne Porter and Jeanette Miller received the Rose ! Lisenby Shakespeare Award. Arthur Anderson received $10 to j purchase books as winner of the first Omega Chi Sermon Award. « Second prize in this category, con- sisting of a book, was given to Charles Wallace. Dr. Alice Wond- ers, chairman of the division of philosophy and religion, made the presentations. Club Day Award The last tw<vproficiency awards^' presented by Dr. Joe Mitchell, dean of ijien, were also given for the j fir^jtime. Illotus "Duodec-im was! the winner of the Club Day Award j and Sakkara took the Interf rater- j nity Council Scholarship trophy. In the field of journalism, Mike Wood, editor of the Rambler, pre- sented Jane Rudol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

u Friday May 17, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Seven I" Indiana Star, 7/iree from Fort Worth Sign Ram Cage Letters for Next Year RONNIE McCOY, center, hartds over the "dough" that elected prim as the Ugliest Man on Campus. Accepting ;the money is Charles WiIlet, president of Alpha Ph-i Omega, the club that sponsored.the contest. At right is CordeJI Hull, the other con- testant. —Photo by David„$eal TWC Will Host Colleges June 14-16 At Southwest Faculty Conference ' Representatives of educational institutions from at least five states will gather in Fort Worth this summer for the Southwest Faculty Conference. It is to be held June 14-1G on the campus of Texas Wesleyan College. Reverend Wes- ley W. Williams, chaplain of Texas Wesleyan College, will serve as Conference Dean. The theme of this year's con- ference is to be "Faculty Respon- sibility in Christian Perspective." A closer and more understanding relationship among teachers, ad- ministrators and students- is the eventual goal. The conf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 May 1963

13k, Fage Eight THE RAMBLER Fri Way,.. 17, 1963 t Rams Win Crown Again; Conference Golf Program Criticized by Coach ment; scheduled June 4-5-6-7. ■The Rams will be attempting tc end a "second-place" jfn* in th< Although his TWC golf team national tourney. They 'wen- -ec- by Bill Ramsey Rambler Sports Editor IT'S NO DUEL logk:-ig pretty Jill Hall, left, and Pam Hester are merely fcr a photographer dj/:ng a break rnurai softball action. (The bats are for protection.) in intra- o 0 Junior Class Dominates Intramural Track Meet by John Davenport Rambler Sports Writer The Juniors ran away with ev- erything but the starter's gun at the annual intramural track meet last Wednesday at the Eastern Hills high school track, outdist- ancing the second place Sopho- mores by 3312 points. The Juniors racked up six first places and seven and a Tialf sec- ond places enroute to their 82"*2 point total. The Sophomores * had three first places and a total of 49 points; the Freshmen ran a close third, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 August 1963

JUUGfc GfiQSiil VV. A' " ITPUNG LIBRARY JTcX/^S Vv j; A) lUOt Wf RAMBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN CQLLEGE F RST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959. 1962, 1963 VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH TEXAS THURSDAY. ANGUST 15. 1963 No.' 28 O THREE ARE HONORARY TWC To Confer 107 o Degrees on Aug. 23 Two ministers and a layman will receive honorary doctor's (Jegrees at Texas Wesleyan College's 72nd Annual Commencement, Summer Session, Friday. Auk- 23, at 8 p.m., in Polytechnic Methodist Church. One hundred and four, students, will be candidates for degrees. Nine are candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree, ten, the Bachelor of Business Administra- tioiwlegree; forty, the Master of Edu«ftion decree, and forty-five, the Bachelor of ience degree. Honorary Degrees Rev. John Wesley Ford, former pastor of Meadowbrook Methodist Church in Fort Worth ?uid now Corsicana District Superintendent, will be awarded the Doctor of Divi- nity degree. „ Rev. J. Bjjrcus Moore, pastor of the St. Andrew's Methodist Church in San Antonio, also will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 August 1963

et Page Two THE RAMBLER Thursday, August 15, 1963 Miss Austin Named Top Texas Beauty By Sargent NJH Rambler AmusementsvEditor Jeanne Amacker of B\aumont, Miss Austin, was crowned .Miss t rium. Tlit; crowning was done by last year's Miss Texas, Penny Lee Rudd. Two TWC beauties took high Texas on August .! before(a capa- h0J10rs jn tjie pageant. 0Waynette city crowd at Will Rogers Audi- Chaplain Howard J. Johnson Grad Is Considered For Tod AF Post- Dunson, Miss Iowa Park, was a sevnifinalist. and Joy Garrett, Miss Fort ,W°l'th, earned one of the five finalist positions. Miss Amaker is a senior at the University of Texas, where she is majoring in English.,JI<-r ambi- tion is to become a teacher. The new Miss Texas' talent con- sisted of a medley of songs in- cluding "Powder Your Face With Sunshine," '"Oh What a Beautiful Morning," "The Beat of My Heart," "Romance" and "Sweet Slumber Jjll Dawn." The five finalists were given a list of six attributes which they though Miss Texas shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 August 1963

/ Thursday, August 15, 1963 THE RAMQLER Page Three • of & Cowan Has 'Dream' Trip On European Sereni Accepts Contract For Debut With Dallas Civic Opera Nov. 22-24 EDITOR'S NOTE: The fol- have had second year Spanish re- lowins is a first person account of Miss Juanita Cowan on her U'cent trip to Europe. Miss Co- wan, former assistant professor of Spanish an(jjj English, was a member of the Texas Wesleyan Faculty for thirty-three years before her resignation in May. eently will remember to be the monastery founded by Philip II. Much coijld be written about this fabulous monastery*, but at pre- sent the memory that js most out- standing is the Pantheon of King's, all in brown marble and bronze. Quite in contrast to this visit to My father crossed the ocean in the monastery was the bull fight two weeks. I did the same thing in that afternoon and the Elamanco a matter <Jf hours and didn't wit- dancing after at the Jardin de ness the dark of a single night. It Florida. is quite an ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 August 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Thursday, August 15, 1963 Rams Work Groom for Fall, Out Weekly G irlstown Group Visits; Chaplain Plans Course The torrid summer has seemed even more blistering to Coach El- mer Hanebutt and many of the members of next year's Rani' bas- ketball team. While most TWC students have been enjoying a vacation pcriid, many of the Rams have been grooming for the upcoming season. Four returning players, three promising newcomers and a mis- cellany of area college and high school cagers have been gathering weekly to work out at the campus gymnasium. The returnees team remains to*be seen, the coach said. "I'm high on Saari, but he may not help us for a couple^.of more years,'' said the coach. "We may red-shirt him this season. Hel- bing's work is cut out for him — because we have some good guards coming back. Davis needs to put on some more weight and get in. better condition. Perhaps th'iit trio will come through and. help us." A knee injury sustained by In other news, Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1963

JUDGE GEORGE W A H Ml THE RAMBLER Or Art J rt/l ^ o /?v FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962. 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH TEXAS SEPTEMBER 24 1963 No. 1 !Nt Sophomores Welcome Fish; bv Johnny (iWV* Kamhlrr Staff \\ r111-r UPPERCLASSMEN find standing in a long registration line less tiring in the air-conditioned and recently remodeled administration building. Photo by Marcel's Opening Convocation Set for Thursday; Congressman Wright to Give Address u The Formal "Opening Convoca- George Anson at thffe piano. Dr. tion will be held Thursday in the Donald Bellah will present the or- Fine Arts Auditorium at 10:40 a.m. ^ci II III UbILi The Convocation address will be delivered by Congressman Jim : Wright of Fort Worth. Congressman Wright'is a native of Fort Worth. He received his de- grees from Weatherford Junior College and the University of Texas, where he majored in gov- ernment and economics. Mr. Wright has served in the United States House of Representatives since 1951. He is a member of Pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, September 24, 1963 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor: During the latter part of August we attended S.M.U. Cheerleader Clinic along with cheerleaders from such schools as Rice, Minnesota. Georgia Tech, S.M.U., and Okla- homa State. This letter to your student body was inspired by the many favor- able comments directed toward the efforts of „the TWC cheerleaders by virtually every group who saw them perform. In daily university and college competitions, TWC cheerleaders won many first place awards "'■as well as a number one rating on the final day of competition. (In- cidentally, the best your Horned Frog frie'nds across town could' do was a red-faced Third Place.) The T\WC student body should take advantage of the unus/Sfnytwi- ity found in your cheerleaders and let them help in promoting the finest spii'ffriTp^ouE school's his- tory. Back them all the way, they're the best. Sincerely, )ick Hanley. fcu Senior Cheerleader & me 71 rk — 3or Sc S' TC LEA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1963

o Tuesday,. September 24, 1963 THE v& AMBLER Page Three 9 S I I Nine West German Students Are Enrolled In Business Classes at Texas Wesleyan The third group of nine West German students, one girl and eight boys, are attending TWO this fall. They arrived in the U.S. on Aug. 21 to- enroll in business classes. Upon their arrival, they visited in New York and Washington for a few days. They are: Ute Merrettig, Co- logne; Horst Ackerjnann, Wuert- burg; Franz Bihl, Duesseldorf; Gerd Breuer, Hamburg; Henning Graeff, Cologne; Edgar Noppel, Cologne; J org Kies. Stuttgart; Peter • Lobert, Cologne; and Erich- Schmidt, Duesseldorf. The group is very impressed with the size of the United §tates and the friendliness of the people. "We were very surprised to meet so many friendly peof>)o!" com- mented Graeff. "We are vei*y hap- py here at the college." Personal contact between pro- fessor and student and the friend- ly air of the students amazed them. "In the schools in Germany, we are not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1963

•vt) Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, September 24, 1963 College Fills 17 Faculty Vacancies; Librarian, Choral Director Named COMMUNIQUE (Continued from Page 1) column will l>e devoted to keeping the individual student informed of the workings of his studf-nt govern- ment. Recognizing the fact th; l the key to a successful democracy is in an informed electorate, we to Senate this Thursday night and hear the opinion.- if others. With the printing of this first connr.uniqiu <*oes the sincere hope for cacli .student to (lave a mean- ii.gful ; nd rewarding year h re at Not only are the students run- Arts degree from Texas Christian ning around in a "dither," not quite University. Additional study has sure of where- they should be be- been done at the University of cause of the remodeling, but they Texas. are a little dubious of what to ex- A former Fort Worth Public pect of the teachers for there are School teacher and a professor at 17 new faces among the faculty Texas Christian Un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1963

Tuesday, September 24, 1963 THE <r? RAMBLER Page Five TWC Obtains Top Math Consultant For Elementary Arithmetic Program Student Senate Launches Project"64 ,The Graduate Division announces a fall course (Ed. 355 > on Wed- nesday nights (7-9:30) for ele- mentary education students to ac- quaint them wiMvthe new concepts in the teaching of arithmetic. Mr. William K. McNabb, who has a national reputation in th*?«de- velopment of r.ew 'math programs in both elementary and secondary schools, will he the instructor of the course. McNabb is head of the Math Department at St. Mark school in Dallas. His undergradu- ate degree is from Iowa State Col- ege and his Master's Degree from niversity of Michigan. He has completed additional graduate work at Southern tSdifornia, DrakfS and SMU. ^ IMr. McNabb is one of the authors COLLEGE FILLS 17 (Continued from Page 4) her Bachelor of Science and'her Master of Education degrees from East Texas State College. A for- mer TWC student, Mrs. Lola Web...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1963

- ^ ^ Page TSur THE RAMBLER Tuesday. September 24, 1963 P/ans Brewing For Basketball The basketball season is stjl! weeks away, but the gears ait. grinding away already at TWC in preparation for the start of action. Plans for the upcoming season were mapped last Friday durjng the annual pre-season- "kickoff" meeting in the alumni office. Coaches Elmer Hanebutt and Walter Langston, team captains Pete Brown and Buddy Graham, student body president Jeremy Walker, the cheerleaders, members of the school spirit committee, and faculty and student representatives attended. ■ Coafh^ Hanebutt, originator of the annual meetings, says a nulli- parae attendance contests, pub- licity, and other means of build- ing interest among the students and faculty were discussed. The players have been holding some .informal workouts already, but Coach Hanebutt said practice would officially open on Mo .day, October 7. He said the team would spend -the first two weeks of prac- tice in the campus gym, then m...

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