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

Pace Two THE WAR WHOOP September J I960 Attention Freshmen! oonie Organization Needs Yon! 7j ji'i Dip 1 tr t tint ou n lit Ml i ligibli to at lain ii i tji i hip in a sod i dull .u irvm dubs 01 out ) ' t Monoi sock li s ficili- iii i ii fit t 'Uv ic nio i j( i ill oi xui ition on M '1 ii i i ( unpiis i a 'i'i ii i S ir r n ) mlonship l ' oils ( in les theie i i I ibll Ik 1 if 11 'Ions iii i unpiis m(J .i thlul ii mi it on il t ups 'it'iolM th" Mith- lui i nt Movi mont i-. O ll M t till- (OilP 'I' ii 'i moms in i !- fiii Hi ii Is 111' Hipllst I'm m mil i thud Ii' in o raw "(I loi the Pre bytciian collcglatts ly servl e club on campus that on campus takes 1' esnmen Into Its racm- To pit-mlnlsteilal and bcrship A men's scivicc dub oth.i rnal- pif-rtllK.on stu-1 Us suvcM t0 lh(J campus nrc ULllll I Ji llill V-rtlllO V Wl VI 1 I i tttis th" countcrpoit of Fo- nim foi the jouii' women on campus v ho plan to cntei ( hilstlan vocations Is an- other specialized lellglous sroup on campus with...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 September 1960

September 9 10GO THE WAR WHOOP Page Thrco Warrior Gridders Face Rugged Foes I vk 1siM real i "sivJl. 5? Ul'LLDOG JOHN THOM S with his spirited nlav in the two-a-da vwiikout sessions now in progress has brought a gleam to the ec of head fjotball Coach Gi.uil I'caff. 'Jhmnas lone ictiiruing starter in the Indian forward wall will pose a problem to Warrior opponents. Imlians Open Season With Howard Payne The spirited McMuny In- dians will launch the 19u'J lootball campaign against rival Howard Payne in the season cpenei next Satin day night Sept 17 In Brown- wood With fi highly presentable backfreJd and a potentially dangelTjs line the Indians will lely on a poweiful tun- ning attack with an o-ea-sional pns thiown to keep the YeJlov Jackets off guard The Yellow Jackets aie likely to feature an ariaj ot passing and 1 mining i)lays Last year the Indians beat the Howard Payne squad by a 17-to-B scoie. The indications lrom eat- ly practjc. session and lat jeai s spring chills point to Jim ...

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

THE WAR WHOOP September 9r I960 Page Four Busy Summer Sees Campus Remodeled Campus Improvements liave bmi numerous this' .summer with the bulk of the work belnij lonicntiatcd In Radfoid Memorial Student I ife C( nt( r in the dining hall and In the chemlstiy de- partment of the quadrangle Woik in the Student life I Cintu is incomplete at the ji (suit time and will bo fin- ish) d sometime during the1 school tu in The lentci has bun lemodelut so as to af- lonl more loom Howling Alky Kcmovcil The two-lane bowling al- loy (hit used to be adjacent lo the boolstoie was remov- I id dm inn tlir siimmci months I and the booksto'ie was moved into tht vnatid aua lcav- int' i iioiii foi a bigger post of lie md sunk bai areis 'I he I u pi r posd office was :il o Inst tiled during tile summer while the snick bar I M ti quite completed Ac- i ordlng to college vice presl- eluit w B McDinlel a new stainless steel lountain and suttlon fan aie to be install ALL-SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER Sept 3 First fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1960

THE Head the War Whoop For Complete Student Coverage Volume- 38 Abilene Tc: is Sept. 14 19G0 Number 2 -warWRoop jrfr if - ft i-L r sc . K.?5 A &!& CLOWNIN' AICOUND World points at the display shown West Texas Fair. The Fair grounds September 12-17 is artists such as Kelly. stH- Fish Sophs Elected Officers Yesterday Freshmen and sophomores voted Tuesday the freshmen on a complete slate of offi- cers for their initial ycai at McMurry and the sophomores on two offices Results were unavailable at press lime. The'sphomotcs will have a second election September 22 to elect one and possibly two senators In Tuesday's election a soph class presi- dent and senator were elect- ed to fill vacancies caused by scholastic difficulty. No peti- tions were filed for the re- maining vacant senate posi- tions; thus a second election became necessary. The Student Association under the leadership of Pres- ident Johnny Johnson has set the second soph election day at September 22 with pe- titions d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1960

THE WAR paRP 2 A Problem to Ponder I) Shirk Williams Oablrce Socialized medicine ha boon a controversial subject lor many years now. Many debate teams chose the subject of socialized medicine for Uieir discuion. Kven though it i a subject which is ury controeisial it is oi e which too few people Know enough about. Socialized medicine is the pioidim of medical care and hospital caie for all classes of society and in many cases the doc- tor are paid by the federal or state government. Kngland has used the system of socialized medicine since 1!)4S and the April 27 WoT issue of Time mauazine had a very interesting ai.d in- formatiu' article about the subject. The article stated that most of the doctors were happy ovei 1 ho fact that they do not have to bother u ith the s( tiding and collecting of bill.- but that they are ei unhappy with their individual salaries. The nation's doctor average aiound $(5221 a year logardloss of the number of cases or the type of tuatmont administered. Tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1960

T II E W A It W HOOP September 1 1 I960 Paoc ') trl I I'AHSOMi: I OUKSOMi: Quarterback Jim Sadler (14) Little Hock Ark. suitor calls the signals as the Tribe backfiehl pre- pares for the Mason opener against HPC. Donald I)ais (21) Stamford sophomore Maroons Massacre Whites 34-0 In Last Saturday's Scrimmage The Indian Maioons Sat- in day morning shut out the White team 34-0 in lntra- squad warfare at Indian Sta- cllum I The sklimish climaxed the two-a-day vvoikouts held by Coach Tcaff since Scptcmbci 1 and seived as a pi elude to this Satui day's o.icnei against HPC Halfback Gcoige Biidgcs Rotnn senloi. a an wild foi thiee touchdowns and two extra points to spaik the Maioons to an easy scalping of the Whites Bildpes tan back one punt 75 yaids foi a thlid quarter TD and plunged thiee yaids on two sepaiate occasions loi other tallies Scoilng in the fhst thlid and fouith quatteis Bridges scoied the two-point conveision aftci his thlid TD Other Maioon touchdowns were by hallback Richaid ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 September 14 1960 Various Youth Groups Combine for Retreat BSB&mM& MSB Combining their planned efforts for the fir.t tlmi the Methodist Student Movc- mi nt the newly formed Westminster Fellowship (ind the Voluntetcrs all of Mc- Murry and repiestntatives from St Paul's and Alders- gate Methodist Churches' youth groups Journeyed to Butman Camp southwest of Abilene for a joint planning iclireat last weekend Movln ; from an opening worship program led by the Ilov Jim T Pickens campus minister of McMurry to a piml piogram the students discussed their program em- phasis fo the year: "The Chinch's Mission to the Aca- demic Community " Sewrll ."Moderates "Does the church have a responsibility to the stu- dent?" asked moderator Rob- ert Scwoll McMuny scnloi ' Or Is it the student that has the responsibility to the church?" Thet Rev Ray Johnson of Ahfcrsgatc Methodist Church discussed with Scotty Arnold representing the Westminster Tellowshlp and Jimmy True for th...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1960

LIBRARY 0 McMURRY C01LEGB ABP.ENE TEXAS THE Beat the Bulldogs! mrWfioov I Volume 38 SIJMi: SELECTIONS The aboc four hac hem elected to lead the rrcshniau Class as officers. Seated from left arc Ann Uichcy secretary from Hamlin; Ljlc Hamilton student touncil reprcsentatUc from Childress. Standing arc Dannj IWcCurdy (left) lircsidcnt from Hamlin; and Jerry lSourl.md !ce president from Koscoc. Chanters Begin Fall Preparation; 36 Members Report to Practice By WAYNE TRUE The McMurry Chanters began practice with 30 mem- bers in preparation for their fall concerts and tours Di. Richard C. von Ende direc- tor of the Chanters and the chaiiman of the fine arts department of McMuiry Col- lege has announced. Fall tour is slated to occur sometime before Christmas and will probably take In the New Mexico and Northwest Texas areas it has been ten- tatively planned Sometime TRA College Day Set for Thursday The Texas Restaurant As- sociation is presenting its ISA College Day for the three Abilene co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1960

Social Clubs Academics . . Do They Conflict? A Study Is Being Made (The following is taken from an interview with Dean of Men Dr. S. B. Tiompson by staff reporter Robbye Wakhon. Since the copy is practi cally entirely straight quotes as given by Dr .Thompson quotation marks Vmvo Ilium nmiHi.il Ii'tti t . "VVi if b 1'1'" vice resident Rondel Da- in later issues of the War Whoop.) vidson called attention to the A cooperative study needs to be made and will- lie made this year in an attempt to place the total Boone in Abilone social club piogram on a higher plane of scholas-i tic achievement and academic social activity and to eonoet any abuses which may have been prac- ticed in the past. I (Dr. Thompson) think our student leaders an- always mindful and willing to cooperate to make academic life hotter for the student body as a whole. The best possible wav for these scholastic cor-' i citiois to be made would be through the effort. ol the student senate council and through the intiT-fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1960

Warriors Fall; McMurry Bows To Jackets 33-6 Experience size and fum- bles were the difference as the McMiury Indians drop- ped the season opener to Ho- ward Payne 33-6 In Brown- v.cod last Saturday night The lone Indian touchdown came In the third quarter as the Wanlors marched 75 yards In eleven plays Full- back Joe Baxter chalked up the TD on a four-yard smash through light tackle Baxter failed to make the extra po- int on a running attempt The key play of the Indian touchdown drive was a fake kick play that netted 10 yards and a first dovn on a four'h and one situation on the Indian 45 aid line Sptedstet Richard Compton blasted aiound right end for the first down on the fake kick Bridges Stands Out George Bridges made the two longest Wairior runs both foi 20 yaids Halfoacks Donald Davis and Richard Comp'on both scampered for 20 jardeis Leading the McMurry i mi- ning atttack was B'idges vith G3 jards Davis totale I 51 jards and Compton 44 yds High nound galneis foi the Jackets wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1960

English Instructor Recalls Thrills Of Visiting Learning in England liv RII5ECCA HAltr. Teaching methods In Eng- land arc quite different from thoc In the states but dotml- toiy living In an English unl. vu Ity Is much the name as it i in an American univer- sity said Dr Sclma Bishop .i lie lemcmbered her sum- ini i of learnhu! and exeltc- mi nt In England Di Blshoj) McMurry Eng- lish insttucloi letuincd re- cdilly f i oni a seven weeks' ojnurn In En 'land Dm In; lid exciting visit she attend- (d a six week summer (oin e at the University of I ondon wheic she lived in (aiit(il)iuy Hall a women's (loimitoiy II(i course of study was rri'IMi liteiatiire from 1GG0 t i 1710 oi from Milton to Wo (Nwmth Di nishop In clintid that she chose that liiiiod Ik cause it is liei aiCT of pci lal lntcn st Ilic (out so wis taught by lr tine by leading by wtlt- in (f pipers and one teim P pei and by tutorial gioups 1 i BNhop paitlclpUcrt in In litcaij ditiiism" gioup I'( rli ips .icioiding to Di Hi n p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1960

THE Next Week. .. ecommgl jkH fr S m H 4Pm v lfe . . W WTU fVIIVULa VOl""1C 38 AbHcne Texas Sept 28 19G0 Number 4 ft v-Pl II 4 VSfjp HAPPY SLIMES Smiles cross the faces oi these three McMurry College freshmen as they get to walk on the Brass once again after successful fling their class flag. Jerry ISourlani! (left) helped hang the flag which Ann Klchcy (center) made. At right Kussell Morris is just plain happy to "git his feet on the ground" again. PLAN PICNIC Frosh Fly Flag Walk on Grass "Slime get off that grass!" has ceased to ring out ovei the McMnny campus since the successful flying of the freshman flaj last Wednes- day. Class President Danny Mc- Curdy reported that the white bannu centered with the tra- ditional green fish was at- tached to the fork of a tiee behind the Tine Arts Build- ins about 0'30 pm luesday Freshmen Sophs Select Senators Foui fieshmen and two sophomoics veie elided to the senate In class flection last week The nan ing of the new enatoi climaxed a two- w...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1960

THE W A R W HOOP Pajje 2 Wednesday Sept. 28 196C Anticipate Homecoming All Should Participate Homecoming is jul one week off. That loug- hs : itfd weekend that is anticipated by man JUtM.n ry students for perhaps the entire year if pu.ctically here. To many this will mean the climaxing of a him job the completion of a task that has requirec1 v""ks of preparation. To some however Home- coming may u'preent simply another weekend. This need not he the case no matter what the situation. McMurry 's entire student body should be able to enter into the activities and make this ( ar'- Homet'omin a success. If you are not able to help in the preparation 01 pl.tnniim of some phase of the Homecoming core- monies y(u mielit enter into the weekend simpl b attending the different ceremonies and meet ines of the Homecoiiv'.i" and feeling the McMurr. ti adit ion among the activities. if tlii.s is not possible either you might do yotu p.. it in making the Homecoming a success by nniely sharpening up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1960

i !ias Fullback Baxter was the leading srou.nl gainer mil. tackle Jan.cs kick.ng a field coal in the Indians' victory ocr Teas Lutheran. Over Texas Lutheran McMurry Grabs First Victory 15-7 With TD Field Goal in lth Quarter The McMuny Indians tam- ed the Texas Lutheran Bull- dogs 15-7 In a come-from-behlnd effort to gain the Waniois' flr-t victoiy of the season In t.vo culm s. The Lutherans jumped Into the lead by scoring theh ini- tial touchdown en a 17-yaid pass play midway In the Hist quaitci Quirtertack Kaasc kicked the extra point mak- ing the score 7-0 Indian fu 'trek Fred Aus- tin set up the fast Tribe VD by Intel ceptlni? a Bulldog piss on the Lutheran 15-yaid line In the second quartei Halfbacks Richard Compton and Stan Co7bv moved the ball to the one on three cai- Sports by Lee Ramblln' Gecige Biidges Rotan halfback set a new school lecord in last week's victoiy over Ton- Lutheian Biidges scampered 81 yards with a pass inteceptlon run- back to shatter the old ics- oid of G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1960

Physics Department Receives Grant Aid for Researching Student Majors $3000 Grant ill stf issM villi a t wc jSi "" a -fwr tV J ! ffiffi t III Al'l 1) WHOOP The room used in prciaii! je.irs .is tlit V..tr Wlniiip office is rsrcUinc a f.uc-lirtins tins fall .is it is biinK ili.uuril into :i phsks lab. The room has In i'ii ri'iniiili'il anil here two members of the mainten- ance cnu of MiMurry are shown Installing tits necessary iluliic.il facilities 'I he Wlimip office is now nel iloor. Historical Society Names Officers Plans Activities for Coming Year The McMurry Illstoilcal So- rktv ilectcil lis officcis and 1 1 tip plans foi the academic cii In the society's flist iii i Miii of the yea i recently. I ion H lie smloi hlstoi n aioi fium IIeriiilel"h was i 'in en piesldenl of the 01- ni.illoii at the meeting winch featuied a speech by I) Riipiit N lilt hat dson of Iliidm Simmons Unheislty Pi Hl'h ndsmi authoi of tin bonl.s "I he Greatci .c uthwe t" and "lhe 'Ieas l!i ublle ' spoke to th...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

McMurry Homecoming Special i. THE Volume J8 PREPAmiTION A'PLrNTY Weeks and months of hard work will be culminated with the Homecoming acthities this week. Pictures on this ptge exemplify some of the prc-ccrcmonial work and anticipation. In the above picture senior Val Dennis sopho- more Kobbjc Waldron and senior Gene Uratther ponder improvements as they work on Ko ban's ' defending champion" teepee Color Marks Annual Indian Homecoming A McMurry College tribe of Indians equipped with its own teepee village and all the early American trimm- ings will spring up this weekend In the midst of modern Abilene as McMuny presents its 34th annual Homecoming Color and tradition will be exh'foltcd In great display throughout the activities which begin with the open- ing ceremony Friday morn- ing at eight Following the "heap big wishes" made by the various Homecoming Schedule Friday October 7 8:00 a.m. Opening ceremony Radford Build- ing 9:00 a.m. Election of teepee village 1-4 p.m. Visitation of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

W HOOP Octobei 5 1960 Page 2 KrrCr.Tl- r ""rtSSSS 3J T II B W A R World AWs The Red Light District "Red i1- the toloi of my tine loe's ban" so unstlii samg aiound the woild Amentan lo- ( i i(k ahst ( hintsi -o uilist Russian and C uban .ll m.i sa tin same tiling but mean diiteienti limes IIou 'in pi! td we a u tbat light in oui i ba I aid suddtnh we lind the "Kod" showing I Jut ignoii it. md it will 0 awa" seems to be md b.is bfdi th( -lop.in ol stock thinking in oui I 4 uid.iidiK d cnih ition lieu in Amenta The optimist-tun might s i th.it at least we have tin m while we can 1 ttp .m oc on them Aftei looking aiound in the back issues ol some ol the Ii adimr magani( s the deduction w as i eathed that i had been w.itthini' them iiom the beginning 'I i mo Jul H 1()77 the he iding of the ai title w in ( aitti Rebel and the wntei cues a list ol tin socialistic behcls that Castio held and would put into el lee t il lit came to powei (1) Nationali- zation ol US owned powei and telephone c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

Royalty Presentation SlatediFriday Excitement and tension will fill the air at the Coronation c e 1 e m o n y of McMurry's Homecoming Friday night as the Reservation's royal party consisting of Chief McMur- ry and the Reservation Prin- cess and the class favoiltes Is scheduled to be piesent- ed The Coronation scheduled to start at 7 30 p m will fca- tuie the crowning of the pop- ularity winners the pinning of colors of the Indian foot- ball team and a varied pro- giam for the royal princess and chief and their couit of favorites Chief and Princess Nominees In the finals for Chief Mc- Murry are Paul Stubbs and Randy Roten while Paula Spurlln and Sammye Bates are princess nominees Stubbs a biology major from Abilene Is a member of Ko Sari men s social club and Is at present Grand Sov- ereign (president) of the or- ganization He has served as class president of his sopho- more and junior classes and last year was junior favor- ite This year Stubbs is a sen- ior senator A quarteiback on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

Indians Bobcats Saturday Foes The McMurry Indians take on the Bobcats of Southwest Texas State in tlie 29th Tribe Homecoming fame to be played In the Abi- lene Public Schools Stadium at 2-30 pin Saturday The Indians with a rec- ord of 1-2 for the season will (jo all out to .scalp the Bobcats and even their sea- son rccoid McMurry has de- feated Texas Lutham 15 - 7 PROBABLE McMUKKY Wayne Young 190 LE Ronnie Giles .. 205 LT Oaylon Woodard . 185 LQ Bill Narrcll . 195 C John Thomas .. 222 RQ Doync Mclver 215 RT Freddie Thompson 207 RS Jim Sadler 175 QB Ocorge Bridges . 170 LH Donald Davis 178 RH Joe Baxter 190 FB McM Meets SWTSC In Homecoming Game The McMurry Indians play host to Southwest Texas State in Saturday afternoon's annual Homecoming game with the Tribe entertaining the Bobcats as 1IC oppo- nents for the first time. The Tribe owns a 2-1-1 record against the Bobcats of SWTSC. The Warriors trounced the 'Cats last sea- son 20-7. McMurry has been very successful in its Homecom- ing...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

H V INDIAN MEDICINE MEN The McMurry coaching staff is busy this neck getting the Indians ready for the big game against SW TSC this weekend which will climax this year's Homecoming activities. Pictured from left to right arc Glen Cleveland trainer and "B" team coach Joe Bill Fox backficld coach head coach Grant Tcaff P. E. Shot- well athletic director and Hcrshel Kimbrclt end coach and head basketball coach. Kiva Ko Sari Dirty Shirts Winners In FHt Week of Football 'Murals Kiva Ko Sari and the Dir- ty Shirts were victorious in the opening week of men's intramural football. Kiva downed IHR 14-6 Ko Sari shut out Chi Omicron 18-0 and the Dirty Shirts beat the freshmen 14-6. White Named 'Player of Week' Eugene White Santa Anna sophomore was elected play- er of the week for the first week of men's Intramural football. White playing for Kiva so- cial club was the key man In his team's victory over IHR social club. Eugene played quarterback and completed all but two of his pass attempts. W...

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