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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 January 1960

THE VA.t Page 2 Someone made the statement that it surely had been a quiet week. Our reply was that these are the kind that scare us. Then our friend said he wondered what happened to all of the old ques- tions which were once "really hot" a::d never died T)ut secr.:cd to jut fadeaway. ' ' He cited as an example the i.2iie of recogni- tion for Red China and a seat in the U.N. Tnis caused us to wonder just what had been done. We could find little evidence of anything being clone. There are very definitely two sides to the question. One side the negative rests their case with the fact that recognition would moan deserting the Nationalists. The affirmative side questions thi3 and saya in addition that it is impossible to deal with a power whom you do not recognize as existing. Furthermore you cannot expect njiy co- operation from that power with the group unless it is made a part of the group in this case the U.N. All of this seems very reasonable to us and we remember the case of Russ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 January 1960

THE WAR VHOOP Wednesday January 27 193D rage 3 Tussle 'With Bulldogs o & ... fe S5..s4 " c.y.!-r 2VV ww 'S& w&?-di wtssr. MtTdt '1 SiS' w r t "W. ' "sr s . ' ' b"- .&& Mm '? &&fom. oras j -aisrwjr. UK-.r? 4Slg&H8&&Ld 'ssss $mn&q2&&iste3raj5 MUs& S3PiaKk8 bs seeking to net back on the ttHHHnB BIG WHOOP roil THE INDIAN'S The C-4 forward Toby ISurkliault has liccn n bright spot in an otherwise dismal cage season for the Warriors from PIcMurry. The bl-r bophomorc from Windfall Indhnn is the leading; Indian scoter and has been a continual thorn In the side cf In- dian opponents. wLme from .By Paul The men'- intramural pro- gram heie at McMurry Is en- tering its last blc lap foi the year as the basketball season Gets underway soon It seems that the intramur- al program U just about di- vided Into two main seasons the football reason and the basketball season Volleyball and track jeiin to lido the shoulders of fieso two while the mino...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 January 1960

the w it Kxcs To Page 1 'Miss Chris' A style slw 'rfi iMijlng the i currtnt enmpu. stI( i ulU be present' d to niunbeis of the MiMuny student lody Eeb I 13 at 2 p in Ticl ( I s dcs will bo iddid to the Mlv Chils' .stholaishlp fund The puiposf of the stle .show Is to add to tho fund bilng H e mini itid foi a diolir-hlp in the mine of Volunteers Serve Christian Women It KMIIIi: ('Alt It I II Vol inU (is i s( i vitt oi ui- lilioii on the ( nnipus wis f Hindi (I i t sl-ilti on in! i- linn tor I ( nun In 104'J It f in If J lor mils on th( t ininii who r planning to i ii 'i n f hi' in voe ihon lis mbol is the white cioss ni 1 blm 'V uul its pur- 1 osf Is to hdp tin e Urls tf in ike the. vocation which they ale entiling ft Chiistian fin i vn though it is not f tiurrh-ielited 1 he onl unulieinent that VolunUpis stiissis is that a. Mil miiil be seiiou ibout liei intended Chi 1 11 in voc i- llon VolunUeis nitcts at lido i n i 'I ut sd i In th( u tloiuue md ill elils who Alsh may itkhd One of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1960

o LI WW L-" McMURRY COLut-St ACILENE TEXAS rEQ3 At end Junior Party Sec McMurrv vs. Wayhnul Vol. 37 McMurry College Abilene Texas February 3 1960 No. 15 VarWtiw IASHION SHOW lUCKLUS Two 111 exes "Mrs I5ill miller (lift) and Mis Kuj 11 Stliilliill' co over some de- tail of (lie plinmni; of dip Til I .isliion Show 'Heaits ami riowirs" Ticket silcs will ho added to the "Mis Chris' srlinlirship fund Kuth Ann Kinr of Kind's House of Charm will commentate (lie show The ivcnt will he held in (he Radford Auditorium the afternoon of I cli- luirj 13. llckels are ."i0 cents for McMurry students and &1 for off-campus aUindirs. "Hearts And Flowers' Is Theme Of Style' Show 'Heaits and rioweis" Is to 1 c the theme of the stjle show which will be sponsor ed by the exes of the TIP social club February 13 at 2 pm In the Soclil Hall of Radfoid Tick- et sales will be added to the 'Miss Chiis scholaiship fund The- pm pose of the style show is to add to the fund bi- ing accumulated foi a scho- larshi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1960

THE WAR race 2 Wide Wide World Now it's too lute and we can't even say we told you so. The best that can be done is to extend our svmpathv to those who have not paid their i po'l tax or received an exemption. We really do I not even i'eel hoi ry for you since this year the tax I oil'iceH bU.yl oi.i o.i Funday. This wab in com-j pliance with the state law whLh says poll taxj sale niu.t end en the last day of January which wa- Sunday this year. Unforluraleb all too often t':ee who scream the loudest about go eminent and gov- ernmental polices newer take the (rouble to qua- MI'j Ihemsches to ote. 'flic ilili.ff lii'f s shocking is that this is the f i.'st j ear for many of us to ole. This is an even long-aw ailed by some but which escapes the nc'iee of (o tfieat : !""iber. The al- titude of so many seemed to be "I haen'l got time to beep up with all of that politics slulf." It docs little good to tell these people that it is our diilj to take time. ICen telling them it is their pmilego...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday Tcbruary 3 19C0 Page 3 ' McM Faces Pioneers To Continue Winning tf m set JO'S . n4'T wr isSK& tx . .. hf-6SI UUJW lll CJOLh ll line rniuini; down in the middle nf (lie link ol an uni- dentified North 'Ii'as Stale I agin during the action- parlti'd iWiMurr) North Tests State rlash last week liu other I .mlrs scent to be doini; their best- to ijel tangled up in the melee from the side. (I'hoto hj Morgan) wCme from By Paul It seems that the "agcrs North Texas McMuuys vlc- fiom McMuny ate learning lollCs hiuc LOmc m COntets the haid way this year that .. . delense Is half the same of '" hc" U l111011 " basketball u-"n llcl(l t 49 "2 7- "7 Attcr 18 ball games the hoopsteis have aveiaged erv irpditablc 09 6 points a game a fjir enough avtrage even in this day of hlgh-pow-(ird sorcis like Oacai Robeit- son of Cincinnati and Tom Stith of St Bonn entitle Tlie pioblim how vet Ins torn" fiom the point pioductlon of the opposition The Indians have lrldcd an average o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1960

MKPiiwmii 3 -'JHHHHMi HinuaynKJMria. "K" jh NlUif :f3Kl tSoc PI1sp;lflKli!'lw.HRr OT3WIKSBI1 ; Honor SlltUCI. I M Its KANQl'I.T Scald" at tlic heart talile (if t Itt- minhiiiril Wall Uahtiysce and Circle K siriic (irKiiiiitmiis lunqiift are (left to right) 1'crnia Iticli W.ih Naht.nste spiinsor; Mrs Araiie Cliappell rtcan of women: l)r anil Mrs Kaj Johnson minister at Alders-Kile- MiIIiihIM riiuri.li: Diane Kemp; Llrov Ntlc Circle K iu-r'siilent Gaylt-ne 'laylor presiilent of Wall Wah- I.nsce anil liasil I oj iresltlml of tirile K. Service Clubs er c ixl v meinl-eis of tv o of Mi Mm i i smvIip dubs at- tinilicl a wlntet I) incmct at tin Wlntlsoi Hold neintly liti'inning 'i I 1 pin the noup was loti I and 1 itt t in- Idl iiiinii nt w as iitoUdcil I Ik nil1 foi the biiKiiit was I White t Woiuleilaiul ' Ainu N ivt i iff tut wlnnei of tin Junloi 1 fillies Til en I .Show sing a mtrtlcy of .evenl oi lUlit tunes She was ac- e omp ml' d by O." hi Heap Sptclal Bin. si i wue Pe i in a Mill Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1960

on THE LlPffiOr r Attend Valentine Party r iv rr - Buy Fashion Tickets McMurry College Abilene Texas February 10 i960 No. fi Vol. ;'.7 "HEARTS ANIJ FLOWERS" GIRLS Four McMurry slrls display some of the spring fashions that will he modeled at the Til' I ashlnn Show February 13. l'roeceds from the ticltct sales will ko to the .Miss Chris Scholarship Fund. The eo-eds are (left to riuhl) HecLy Simmons Sharon Lank ford Barbara Foreman and Jane Craig (l'hoto by Morgan) Student Association Is A Member of TISA The McMurry Student As- sociation belongs to ihc state organization Texas Inter-i collegiate Sludcnt Assocla- tlon i The purpose of TISA is to promote better student gov- ernment by sharing experi- ences In governing student bodies. TISA gives campus organizations a valuable source of common knowledge on solving problems. Individuals on each cam- pus are helped by TISA to develop a deshe to serve their institutions and fellow l students to learn the art of leadership and to govern ma-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1960

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1960

tm .. wii$iM jv. tJ . VffiiiaWrtt!- . .3.gC V-Jw tSSti9 " j r sapsj 1 II I U II il O O 1 IVedncsdij Icbruary 10 I'lio I'ibc 3 Rattlers Bite Indians In High-Scoring Tussle ROSS'S 'JflfHif mteJKh iiliPJir') Hl( iK-iM I u Menh ns tj . Iirtid tnm 111 r 1 rilts 1 f ilunil :i Ijs I i 1 t-cmi 1 r f r r i t 1 1 ir 1 11 t 1 T 1 u ml' it M.VC1 "Mills ""ill l1 I 1 l ot list II n (1 ol l (Til til II 111 t Cl)l 111.1t II 11 ift Mi 1 ul 111 It 1 H i-i ( iM !i I Tour umint in ( il did not litiomi t ijjibf Lilt 1 1 11 smcsii. 1 i' liiitilhrl 1 p n Is n Ins 1 1 mu suur tlan MM Faces Wildcats In ;-r ll J V. li 1 Md ri 'it II th 1 ir tl 1 s Itul In 1 1 C ni C st h 8f in M"Mur ' 1 i dij i i t they 1 n b( n t 0 Vi c dl W in 1 il s ull 4 IV 1 d 1 1 t a 1 LJ 1 ( s; ni"h i 11" time t i ' i Ci 1 do tn I mime h alunrlv t s e il T ip f 1 d ft 1 1 minist 1 i t io W11 ' u b th 1 p pss tr wn 1 v s t m 1 1 th fi 1 1 tf ACC a til m 73 G1 ill 1 11 t! hi fu I If which n the Wll 1 U d 4' 11 1 l"i In 1 cnon . imiiirj ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1960

-- TTrwmmmmm Campus Pledge Rules Cover All Activities The biggest activity on the McMurry campus in the spring Is sirl il clu'i ple.lg- lni This sprin 's nish weak Is set for rebruiiy 22-20 Co-ed students who plan to pledge a social club must hive been on campus foi one .semcstci I arli woman s Hi ide point uvetagc must be 1 o in canning at least 12 houis 'Ihe possible pledge nius) bo a bona fide student til Mi Mm iv College All women wh iHn to pledge should aU id the rush lei Tibiuiiy 18 This is .in ill-Mclal dub tei and inilj students wile) hive le- mImiI m invitation may at- tend 'Ihe date loi the tci liis b in chanvd fiom rcb- iii iij 20 to rcbtuaiy lit Inwt it ions to socl il e tub p ii ties v ill b" pissid out . Itf l the t i A (o-e I mi iueie moie than one lnvi- t itlun she miy ittend all the nish puties th it she iho)se foi whlih she lieclv- ((I an lnv.tUion Ilei choice oi a dub will be macli 1 itei If a co-ed chooses to at- tend a nish putv she should weai the appiopilate i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1960

THE See First Film Get J L Stamped wVarWti Vol. 37 Joe Bill Fox Receives Backf ield Coaching Spot Joe Bill Fox former Mc- Murry quartet back. was named Indian grid backfleld ! coach last Saturday Pox head football coach at 31rdvtlle High School of Fort Worth for the past thtcef j ears was appointed official- ly by Dr Gordon Bennet Mc- i Murry College President The opening came recently I when Grant Teaff moved up from the assistant position to head coach Fox was the Indians' ace quarterback in the 1953-51-55 seasons and made fhst team All - Conference of the now - defunct Texas Confer- ence In 1953 He and Teaff ft ere teammates all three seasons The former man - under who first went to Taileton State College bef 01 e coming to iMcMurry iccelvecl his) bachelors degree In May 195) and his masteis degree in VAIENTINI" SWrr.lIU.AUT --Judj Wells frtshm.ui was selected Sweetheart of the Senior alcntlnc pirty recentl) because her class- mates who attended the party totaled more percent- ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1960

THE WAR PrtBe 2 -Apm C $ fA" II in vcry immxiN6 poctor. Rm wttt ii OVER BUT I CM'T TOP jMILINa. Is the Question Now To Clique or Not Click The student stands In nn Inconspicuous corner of the hall He glances frequently at the sni.ill groups which sur- round him chattering excitedly and taking no note of the lone flguio who stands apart from them That paitlculai figure whether it happens to be a boy 01 a girl lepresents thousands of similar individuals in (ountlcss other collcgis for ho is not a member of an Influ- tntl il campus clique! And this Is one of the serious problems that every college whether it chooses to ic'cognize the fact 01 not faces I'opulailty Is something which everyone stilves for Some will employ calculating stiategy to obtain It while others who happen to be less aggressive will accept any and every (i umb of recognition gladly howcvoi small or unimpoitunt it may be Hut to those who achieve the maximum Or to the many who air awaidcd the minimum thuc comes a spec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1960

McM Looks For Win THE WAR WnOOP Wednesday February 17 I960 Page 3 i HowCome from Holtomb By Paul Holcomb To Even Case S Coach Hcrschel Klmbrell's McM Indian cagers will be .seeking to even their Dis- trict 8 NAIA loop record to- night when they battle the Midwestern Indians In Wich- ita Palls. The Warriors from Abilene will carry a 1-2 mark Into the Tray with Midwestern. Their win came over Austin College wlille their defeats were suffered at the hands of Wayland and Midwestern The four schools make up the north zone of the district while the south zone Is com- posed of Texas Lutheran College East Texas Baptist College and Corpus Chrlstl University. Earlier In the year Mc- Murry met Midwe.sten In Abilene and put on a tre- mendous last half rally only to lose 70-73. Midwestern held the lead thioughout the contest and at one time In the second half held a 20- point manjin before the Mc- Murry outburst. Tuby Burkhardt 6-5 soph- be Junior guard Bobby Driv- er 14.7 average; sophomore cen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1960

Senate Minute fty3fYv&&$ The main topii of discus won during the meeting ol the Student Senate last Tues- day evening was' the Student Association budget. Follow- ing discussion the ('roup vot- td 11-1 to accept the budget allowing $150 tor the TISA convention. In th ''rst pro- posed budget $17a was al- lowed for the convention but this failed to pass because of opposition among the major- ity or the Senate- members Dates for the school elec- tions were announced. They weio as follows cUs.- elec- tions April 7 Senate elec- tions April 14 The Senate agteed upon these dates but the question was raised as to whether the Constitution should bo made flex- ible concerning dates for the elections If the Constitution were changed the Constitu- tion would not designate the particular dates for the elec- tions but Instead would al- low the time to vary accord- ing to convenience Appolnt- (d to study this pioblem wcie Paul Stubbs chairman; Con- rad Archer and Rondel Dav- idson Plans fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1960

Au. . it ll. rrB 5 GO THE See Cat On Roof Park Cars Correctly Vol. 37 Wednesday February 24 1960 No. 18 warwnoop Jm x Ate RONDEL DAVIDSON Senators Head Campaign For World University Campaign chahmcn for t World University Seivlce Drive have been appointed by Caleb Hlldcbrand presi- dent of the Senate The drive will be conducted Apill 11-14 Chaitnian are Rondel Dav- idson scphomoie Betsy De- more freshman and Danny Wise senior This organization helps needy students help them- selves The WUS le - settles oiled students aids refu-1 gets trains students fori pait-tlme jobs builds doims and student centers equips classiooms llbiaiies and labs and grants scholarships and loans Lxani lea ol vVUS's work can be found In Afilci wheio $70 093 was spent foi com- munity development loan fund in East Afilca. for scholai ships to South Afiican medical students foi educa- tional equipment in West and South Afiica for glfts-in-klnd foi Algeiian students in relugee camps in Tunisia and Morocco In the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1960

TIS A Provides Values 'PISA does provide a valuable service to student associations in Tex- as. The organization like most groups has problems that should be solv- ed some very pressing and some that' can be solved with some action. The following are services TISA gives to tne student government of memher schools. ( 1 ) An effort among students themselves to improve student life. (2) A valuable laboratory for leadership training. () A bond between student leaders of Texas to provide mutual ideas projects and study. (1) Annual convention of delegates from 37 member colleges. (.")) Meetings of delegates of six districts. (() Student body presidents' conference each spring. (7) Directory of member school presidents deans of students etc. (8) Rrochure on school projects. (!)) Central agency in Austin which has on file records of what member schools have done with such problems as faculty-student relations . our disagreement with the discipline Student life etc. ' writer: what about peis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday Tcbruary 24 1900 Indians Rap Pioneers JL In Last Home Game Page 3 HowCome from As the track season draws neaiei and nearer the out- look for the Indian clndei-' men this jear seems to be- come constantly rosier. It has been said that last year's track team was nossl bly the gieate.st In the hls- toiy of McMuiry; by all rights this ear's squad should more than equal the fine showing made by the Wlarrlor thlnly-clads a ye.ir ago. Practically the whole of last yeai's unit Is returning: add this moie experienced crew to the promising new- comers and hope for good health and your result could possibly turn out to be one of the finest college division track teams In this part of the nation bar none Ready to lead the sprinting Tribe Track Schedule March 4-5-Border Olympics Laredo Maich 11-12 Sou'wtrn Rec Meet Fort Woith Match 18-19-West Texas Rc- lavs Odessa March 20-Dual Meet with East Texas St Commerce Apill 1-2-Tejas Relays Austin April 8-9-Texas Western Re inv.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1960

THK WAR Pace 4 Dr. Steimnan Conducts Class in Workshop The Recreation Woikshop i planning folklore and folk of the South Central Region 1 tales music general crafts of the Methodist Church will folk games camp craft and he held March 21-25 at Camp natuic craft fUm Tahlequah Okl.i Stu- I Fcr the first time this year dents who are Interested In the workshlp Ls offering two Klng should contac t Di . sections on the philosophy of Oeoige Stelnmen lecrratlon One class ls foi The Workshlp Is especially the basic philosophy and the planned for reiders and In- other Is an advanced group .strurtois In recn ition ciafts s Bnj and hobbles Leadeis In (amps conferenies dlstilcls Mil) - distncts communities and local (luiulic; v. ill share In foi mation leain skills and find lnspii ition Conference ri'cicitlon worJ.shlp leaders .should attend this icglonal woikshop Ilmlsti.itlon fee Is $15 for piopiani expenses Kootn and me ils inns around $0 Di Steimnan will he (on-I iiin ting one of the classes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1960

LIBRW OH VlcMURRY COLLEQt AuiLLWC TEXAS THE MAR 2 Galleon Deadline April 1 Vol. 37 McMurry College Abilene Texas March 2 1960 No. 19 60 mmrWhoop Speech Panel To Appear OnKPAR-TVVPro(W A panel of McMurry stu-was interviewed while Paul dents will attack a live na-i Gci en of the World Council of tional issue Sunday at 3 30 Churches released some facts pm on K-PAR-TV I The New York Public Ll- MiMurrv sneecn stuoems i will discuss Russian schools vs American Schools and col- leges In 1060 on the "Pro and Con" TV show. On the panel will be Gay- lene Taylor Janice Cutting. Ray Rochelle Victoria Ste- venson Beverly Black Doyne Mclver Caroline Hodges Mary Brown Dcana Barnes Darrell Rhodes and Al Barnett Rochelle will act as mastei of ceremonies for the after- noon while Barnett will pre- sent the visual aids that the group has collected Information for the pro- gram was gathered from many aried sources An important source of facts was Hip Red Schonlliousc by Fred M Hech- inger Back issues o...

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