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

Wide Wide World Indian Summarizing What ever happened to West Berlin? Never fear. It is still very much alive and though par- tially obscured by the world hop-scotching of Piohidunt Eisenhower and Nikita Khrusnchev.i This cold weather makes the settlement of Berlin is a very important ques-! most of us wish for the fairer tion. Now while theie is little or no immediate watmei days when a young pioshure it would be a good time to reconsider man's fancy lightly turns to the stand of the West and of Russia on the solu- thoughts of love tion t o this problem. Pondei ia ubout tho comln(! A ! of right now in fact Tuesday Khrush- days- e nlctlU! Brccn Krls&' chev stated that the Soviet Union will sign .. sp- trcc!" n " ""- aratc peace treaty giving East Germany control ?r West Kcrlin. This is the same old threat worded 'M fai ashrubbeiy ls cPon. in a somewhat different and more casual manner cclIud not as giamoious as. than the "May 27 Deadline." This is however! somc W0Uld hMe n bul l...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 2 19G0 Page 3 HowCome from Holcomb .By Paul Holcomb . Cagers End Slate With Narrow Loss At the VDiy beginning of . nolo while Highland third the basketball season this i Place title-holder In the Mc- yeai McMuny held Its an-m"ya"alll0?1 ln "e fl" I . ; . nals of the Region 1-B tour- nual high school cage toiu- niv to McAd0Oi slated as one I ney Although the tourna- of the "state's best i ment annually hah some of the best .small high school teams mound entered It Is geneially not noticed to any gieat degree by the average student on the Reseivatlon Relatively this columnist noticed last week how well the teanig who wcip entered In the McMurry cage tout -ney fared In Interscholastlc competition Tour Gained Regional It seems as If no less than It might be added that all- tout natnent wlnneis at the McMuny tout ney were found quite frequently on the lists ot all-tournament selections In the vailous regional toui- neys These facts go to prove the rank of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1960

Co-eds' Social Clubs Get Spring Pledges Tho five women's social clubs on campus have select- ed their spring pledges after n week of tush parties lor the rushecs Ihc clubs have taken the following pledges "Alpha Tl Alpli i" Spiing pledges foi Alpha I'l at e Man Li Brown Carls- liul N M Kathlo Carcll Clayton N M Sandia Coop- (i Whltefl.it Sue Daniel Ioelland Karolyn Fitzger- ald Ralls Bllliu Garrett Coleman Liurel Gtatey iLilhart Ribecca Haie Ro- c hi lie Annetti Hawkins Qu.mnah Betty Lou Hollo A woid of appicclatlon is due to euiyone connected with the film pioject Out li.it Is of to Johnny Johnson foi his Initiative In bringing the pioject to the Student found) the Administration an( the Small. Toi woiklng mil the ' bugs" In Die pto- gi.iin and prisentini; It to the student body We now have fhst late Holljwood 'films shown on campus at i tost to each pei- s.on of five cents per film "1 his Is student government .is It should be si i vine the intlie laiupus lommunlty I'lomams like t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1960

THE 'Attend All Lectures ' warivftoop BtXvX Vol. 37 Finai Tryouts To Name Cast For 'CarouseP The final try-outs for the musical ' Carousel" to be giv- en April 29-30 by the music and drama depaitments were held Monday night. At this session second readings and final dance try-outs were held Hidden talent uncovered during try-outs have made the decision as to the cast dif- ficult Julie Jordan and Billy McM Delegates To Attend Regional Meet One McMurry student and one faculty member will at- tend an Alpha Chi regional convention this coming week end Jeannie Tate chairman of the mathematics department and sponsor of Alphi Chi and Mike Pelfrey Abilene senior leae Thuisday to go to West Terns State College at Canyon. At the convention a pap- ei prepaied by the McMurry Alpha Chi will be read The paper deals with 'Is this an age without a cause?" Alpha Chi Is an honorary scholastic organization Mem bers are admitted by rank admitted if tliey lank high in scholarship leadeishlp and characte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1960

Social - - iVcadeiie More Important : fllu following cditoii.il is taken fiom the TISA pioject which was c mipilc 1 b .1 committee iom the student government headed by Mae Hamilton sophomoie Student Council lepiebentative ) lie it a huge umveibity 01 bmall college them aLva s ovists tho piob- lcm ol which s moie impo'tant academic oi social activities This ma m cm ti lual to main m the light of the theoiy of education but to many thousand studci ts each yeai thib is a leal pioblem rim i.iutinii nf our lim. tit. ition consisted of stuveys In the f mi ol (iiustlo mines These qi csttoniniii were distributed none tl studints dining mi ull-sehool i scmbly 1 Do von think Unit there 1? u proper bilancc between I 1 md k idunii ictlvltles'' f r (tnt ill the p opli jnswMlnp this question thought I i it tin n w is i propi l oil incc 40 pi i cent of those answer- i iiil tint i piopei bilnncp did not i xlst 8 pel cent did not ifoge a. T;lErWrAR WHOOP Wedncsday.jIatoh 9 I960 I seems like the McMu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1960

from .By Paul Holcomb From the smnll college to the big tlmo It was the priv- llcgc of this writor to wntoh the Toxas Unlvorslty Long- hoins In a spilng scilmmage last wool: ond. Tho whole af lali was quite impiesslve Bcsldos seoing guys whoso names hit the national head- lines fiouuontly last ycai blto the diit at the hands of some of their own substitutes it was alto Inspiring or some.- thing) to see the vast amount ol alumni present at tho sciimniage A good group of people had biaved tho nippy weather conditions to come see their otango and white peifoim the giidders Horn the Univei- slly put on a good show foi them It seems as if even mote people weie walking the side- lines in the1! ' gray wann-up-. Aftci a ol question ing I was inlu. led that these included the ii.juuid Long- lioins after a week of lnud woi k One poin' loally stiuck home as the scrimmage woie on The men doing tiie hond- buttlng loi the Texas Unnei-j sitv Longhoins w won't an j blggei or any toughi i than' the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1960

Four Social Clubs Accept 86 Pledges The McMuny men's social clubs have accented BC pled- ges foi the sprln? semester sifter a series of smokers and I'ct-togethcis Pledge season will end no latci than the wink before dead week 'I he following clubs have taken the following pledges Chi Omlcron XO's polllwogs for the tspiing semester aie fresh -min Reynold Cailson Bra- dy Toimnlc Holmann Shamrock. Victor Hudmun Post' Bennle Juarez Tular- osa N M Joe Lake Biyson; Ij.ii i y Moore Jayton Jcny bpinlln Tabens Jeny Stone Arkansas City Kan Sophomoies are Toby Buik- haidt. Wlndsfulls Ind ; Al- hcito Farrclro Holguln Orl- cntc. Cuba; George Martin (Rule; BUI Spensci Cross Plains Charles B.ikci Peiu Ind and George Bildgcs Rotan are both Junlois Owen St. Cl.ili Coleman sophomoie li.is Joined XO as an associ- ate member imt Junloi pledges foi IIIR aie Clifford Pitt Sweetwater. 1 Ills Duneta Ablline Tid Clayton Houston. Bobby Whoilon. Rule; and Blllv Williams Irving aie Dr. Bishop IIosls Galleon St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1960

THE Galleon' Deadline April 1 .Vol. 37 McMurry College Abilene Texas March 16 1960 No. 21 mmrwhbop McMurry Takes Second At USA Convention McMurry took second place with. Its research pro- ject at the recent Texas Inter-collegiate Student As- sociation convention at SMU. Five members of the Stu- dent Council and a freshman class officer attend the three day meet at the Me- thodist university. The McMurry project dealt with the balance 4etween social and academic activi- ties of thc average student. First place winner was Trinity University with a project "The Judicial Branch of Student Government." "The voting in deciding the winners of the projects was extremely close" accord- ing to Donnie Campbell ex- McMurrlan. Campbell is vice- president of T I S A and Is a voting deligate on the executive committee. The five Student Council officers who attended thc convention were Erbin Cro- well president; D e a n a Barnes secretary-treasurer; Johnny Johnson head cheer- leader; Frank Lane sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1960

Campus Marriages: Good or Bad Campus marriages are neither detrimental nor helpful to other mem- bers of the student body. The student body of a college campus is made up of individuals and not couples. Both the husband and the wife have their own individual lives to live even though they are married. Marriage does not mean that two people live one life; this is impossible. Married people on the campus will not affect the campus life of other .students any more than anyone else does. There are both good and bad points of view on the subject of campus marriages. It is a prob lem that each couple involved will have to work out lor themselves. A problem that is common individuals inwsh almost all campus marriages is the lack of money. '."ession at thatomnt' Tt- I-.. h..1 nnmirrh fn.. turn nnnnln illot cti if imr I A graduate Stlldenl COll- nut in the world too-other without one or both of mil 111 .UK W 01 1(1 tOgCUKl WllllOUl ont 01 OOUl Oi them being a College Student. It IS extremely...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1960

THE WAR Wednesday March 16 1960 How Come from Holcomb ' McMurry's freshman sen- sation Bill Miller seems to have gotten a somewhat bad deal in his opening two track meets as a broadjuinper foi the Indians. In the Border Olympics his first collegiate tiack meet the slender lad from . inters leaped some 22 feet 11 Inches to place second In the college division of the meet The ironic thing about it was that this Jump would1 have won fhst for him had lie been Jumping In the unl- veislty division the sup- posed class of the meets The next weekend at Fort Worth Miller took thhd in the college division broao Jump with a Jump of 22-2 This distance would have gained second in the univer- sity division. Oddly enough nnothei iWuiior freshman Donald Ei vis made his tiack debut at Fort Worth with a jump of 21-7 He gained fifth place in the college division with a leap of the same distance took second place In the unl- vei.slty division. D.ivls' fine jump came as quite a surprise to some an ' sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1960

r Thela Chi Social Set Organizes At College Members of tho newcrt I ftwncn'.s social ciub nsi Chi Lambda will be represent- ed at the woman's social club presentation ball March 19 Pledges of other clubs will be presented at this time. The group which organized tills past week felt there was a need for another woman's MK-ial club. The co-eds have received backing from the Administration and the woman'.? social club council. The purposeor the group Is io promote high standards of womanhood at McMurry. The Senate Minute The most Important Item of discussion during the Sen- ate meeting last Tuesday night was the world Univer- sity Service a Senate spon- sored project. Publicity suggestions for this worthwhile project in- cluded War Whoop articles fi film and a number of money-raising project. Another rejxnt given at the meeting concerned the possibility of a new sign for the Saylcs and MUi comer of McMurry campus. Another problem presented in con- nection with the sign removal Is the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 March 1960

UBRAHf Of- McMUHRY COLLFpf MAR3'6 THE Ail'School Election Thursday r - l w" "Ti" WafWlidop Sw- Vol. 37 MASTER ORGANIST Francis IUnkcl professor of organ at McMurry will present his annual spring concert Sun- day afternoon. Assisted by Mrs. Dan Sorrels who will sing some Schubert songs he will play a variety of num- bers. The public is invited to attend. Francis Hiiikel Presents Annual Organ Recital Francis Hlnkcl professor of the organ at McMurry College will present his an- nual recital at the Radford Auditorium on April 3 at 3:30 p.m. He will be assisted by Mrs. Dan Sorrclls sopra- no of 1201 Westrldge St. Abilene. The program will open with a work by a pre - Bach master Johann Pachelbel a Chorale Prelude "Good News From Heaven The Angels Bring" based on a text by Martin Luther. The Chorale Melody Is of unknown auth- orship and dates from the 16th century. Next will be heard two works by J. S. Bach the Pastorale in F Major con- sisting of four movements and thought by Albert Sch- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 March 1960

Administration Hires Police For So. 14th Exit mi INDIAN WIDE WIDE WORLD CI TT&.JUjf A D I TINT1 The top spot In news this week rocs to the African Riot1?. MJMMAKliIll V While they have bettlcd down somewhat this Is an opportun- ity to point out .some of the general points to look for in w- We would like to c x p r e s s ture reVolts of this type and rest assured there will be future For all you So. Mth entei'ers UIKC note: of AHan Ramsey fiom Mc- First c must remember the past. The Dutch scttlcis who TllO Administration after realizing that the Murry He served McMurry anded n South Afrlca arc rcprcsCntatlves of all the Anglo- r-vit it hpinir used as illeirallv as it is has hired a well the two years and seven s wh0 ttlcd ln the underdeveloped and primitive uicas ON It IS bung USC( US U - '" y . ''t who entel months he was here. of the worId. Tnese peopie did not settle these difficult areas policeman to patrol that exit. htlUientS no tnu-i Kamsoy has hcld dowll wlthout expccting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 March 1960

THE WAR WnOOP Wednesday March 30 19G0 '! Pafte 'Murals All-Star Contest Scheduled for Thursday McM Edged By Lions In Duel Tilt 62-60 An All-Star basketball game scheduled for Thurs- day at 7 pin In Indian Gym highlights this week's ac- tivity In McMurry's men's ln- tr.imurals. The opposing teams will come from a 14-man All-Stai squad picked by the men's intramuial council The two teams are composed of the "cream of the crop' fiotn the men's Fast League and were selected on a point bis- ls from the All-Opponent teams of the separate teams in the league. Taeffel Heads List Leading the voting was Ko Sari's Bill Tacgel with a total of 29 ot a possible 32 points He was selected as the best player In the lct- fue by three teams with the Dhty Shlits' Lee Wcscott and mil's Terry O'Brien gaining the other two votes as the league's outstanding cagei Rounding out the fhst tram were Walt MrCaullev ol Iim and Barton Smith of Ko Sail with Klva's Chaille How Come From Holcomb The fine perfoimancel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 March 1960

Three Colleges Joht For Third Conference Business Meet I Runs Two Days The three Abilene Institu- tions of higher learning have tmltcd their efforts for the thlid Annual Conference on Business Careers. It will be held on the McMurry cam- pus and at the Abilene Pub- lic Library Apt II 7-8. This Is a combined effort io piesent to the students v.ho are majoring in busli iicss an Insight Into the pre- paiatlon for business careei and Into the woik that Is In- volved in holdiuj: that posi- tion The conferences Is spon- soied by the business admin lstratlon divisions of Hard-In-Slmmons University Abi- lene Christian College and McMurry College. Dr. Earl Clcvcngcr Chair- nan from ACC C E. Gatltn from IISU and Farren M Sadler fiom McMuny make tip the Conference Policy Committee that has spear- headed the 01 ganlzation of tile two day conference. The first year that the con- fciencc was organized It ex- isted only for the benefit of HSU Students The noil year 1951 made it a Joint co- operati...

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

LIBfirW OF VIcAIURRY lOLLEGt AB1LEMC TEXAS " " mt Tur Campus Movie .'Friday Vol. 37 Johnson President; More Elections Class Officers Election April 7 Class officers will be elect- ed Thursday at the class meetings All candidates foi office have filed their peti- tions Candidates for sophomore officeis are Jim Wray of Al- iuiqueiquc N M .ind Hairy Robot ts of El Paso for presi- dent Cailton Vlllers of Lov- ington N M for vice presi- dent Suzanne- Addison of Wichita Fulls for secretary and Lin Jones of Plalnview for lepiesentutlve Leslie Albin of Spur and John Dale Lewis of Cole- man a:e candidates for of- fice of president of the Jun- ioi class Jimmy Drake of Hobba NM and Jimmy True ol Waxahnchle for vice-president. Anello Holman of Colorado Cltv for secietaiy and Mac Hamilton of Vernon for repiesentative. The Senlois running foi class piesldent are Devln McAnally of Lockney and Val Dennis of El Paso for piesl- dent Deanna Thomas of Roswell N M for secretary- tie.isurer Bob DuBols of...

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

WIDE WIDE WORLD "The question seems to lip whether or not (lie only thine tint .m lie said of tin- twentieth ccntur is 'those were the pniplr ulin (mi Id onlv find one solution to the problems of hum in n l.illnusliips niiitti il slaughter.'" 'J 'its statement is quoted Ik cause it is the way we feel c vc ly time we pic k up a newspaper oi news magazine Read it on pace oni read it on pice two and tin to Theie .stems to be I 1 1( t up Caslio s opponents In Cuba and lie Ins many think II t ( vi ntu.illy he must Ik assassin ited They ate postponing n h notion foi it i It will only st ut anothei blood-lnth but tin v do not billi vt .1 ( n I Ik ii lool. il Afrin. lull not liirnuil ( IiiikIi stiles lint thc white man must rule the black llllnB ls l0 De louna jusr oe- "lur his own Kociil"'! his is wliitc suprfman ifvcevirhe.ini cause we are lazy lndiffer- il. linn is iusl oni di iwliult in this plan The blaiks don't I cut or stupid we think Ixlii win while siipirinao. omcono should pick up...

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

Imam i I&l i I'AST KOUKSOMU McMurry's fine 41(-ard relay loam composed of these four lads has run (he furlong in 11.5 seconds once this year and will be seeking to better that maik this weekend at VA I'aso. Members of the unit in- clude (from bottom to top) John Dale Leu is Coleman; Mike Stcll Fort Worth; Kill Miller Wiuleis; and Bruce Land ilawlcy. Indians Go Seek To Defeat Champs Rated as a darkhorse with a possible chance of dethron- lug leturnlna champion Ari- s.ona University the McMur- ly Indian tracksters enter the Texas Western Relays this weekend In El P'aso. Returning to this year's meet for the Indians will be with the' exception of Bob j Gay all the Wairlor cinder- McM Places 9th In Golf Tourney McMurry's golfers finished a mediocre ninth in the Stephen F. Austin Invita- tional Golf Tournament at the Piney Woods Country Club course In Nacogdoches last weekend. The Indian llnksters wcie to have journeyed to Foit Worth yesteiday for a dual meet with Texas Wesleyan Resu...

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

McMurry College Built in 3 Years Began With Sermon on Opportunities Four McMurry facility members and a rormcr pres- ident of McMurry were hon- ored In chape Tuesday in nnnual Founders' Day pro- (jr.un Jennie Tate Beth Myatt nni Mrs. Robert B. Wylle were recognized as members site (named after the Bishop of the first McMuny faculty But Hunt had a reputation! April 5 1921 Is celebiated Vcrnlc Newman was present- w i bulldei He had built' as founding day at llMutry ed for her continuous .service churches at Dumas Snyder i For on thut d t f .it McMurry since 1927. Jwlved the debt of St. Pauls nreseiited the mo Dr O P Cluik who dellv- Methodist Chinch In two "olle"e prcsuuea uie piq- citd the mornlni' address ylrs. n'ld raised SIB.uOO for mlsed money along with the served as president of Me- Stamford College before it Methodists' and city contii- Murry for a short time fol- ' closed following a the In 1918 buttons lowing the death of the founder of McMuny McMurry College Is the out- gio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 April 1960

THE Select Senators Thursday -VyarWrioop y0i. 37 WUS Drive This .Week On Campus Btudciits at McMuny Col- lege aie Joining with stud- ents and faculty In over 40 countilcs to conlilbutc to the global program of Woikl University Service Piocecds fiom various campus activi- ties will be sent through W- US to help meet the basic material needs of unlveislty communities throughout the fiec woild Some McMuiry co-eds will foe auctioned In cafeteiia Wednesday at 1215 pm The 5tudents buying these wom- en may have a date with them in the ncai futme . Donations for WUS v. HI be taken up .it an all-school jnrty Wednesday night at 1 pm in Radfoid Co-eds will Invc midnight pri Ilexes that night Personal solicitations wete made in the doims Tuesday evening with various mem- foeis of the student govern- ment participating. A total for the week's chive will be available after the Eastei holiday i. WUS vas lounded in 1020 jy leaders of the World Stu- dent Chilstian Federation to provide lelief for wa...

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