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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

THE WAR Page 6 Social Clubs Announce Times of Exes' Dinners Nine of McMurry's 10 social i tubs will cntcitaln their cws with dinners Saturday eve- ning alter the Homecoming game Alpln PI Alpha Alpha Pi Alpln intmbeis and exts will e.it .it the Chicken Shuck at 0 30 i m Jo Ann Hope president has announced Dilla H(l.i Delta Dcta Kpsllon's din- ner for exes will be at Mack I plen's Cafeteila at 0 30 p m President Paula Spurlln will preside Camma Sigma Gaiuina Sigma will dine at Aithur's Cafeteila at G 10 President of the dub Is Ruth Ann Beuty IIP Pat Elliot president of the TIP has announced that the 'IIP dinner will be at 5.30 at lavender's Cafeteila 'Color Pinning9 Beating Of Tom-tom Featured In HVoming Tradition iiv itoniiYr. WAI.IMON At the Coronation ccrc- niony It h is become a tradi- tion at McMuny to honoi the mighty wanlois before they do battle The 'pinning ol the colois' Is a ceicmon In which each MiMuny wai- ilor is Introduud on stage and his wife oi gltl ft lend plus the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

THE October 5 1960 WAR WHOOP Page 7 TV APPEARANCE Tcil Kenned) jouiibct brother of United States presidential candi- date Jack Kennedy spoke to .1 studio and television audience during Ills isit to Abilene last neck Seen with vouiik Kenned) at his immediate right arc two of Abilcne's wel- coming committLC while the tuo )outh at the far right are tuo of the panel mem- bers uliich directed questions at Kenned). At the extreme right is McMurrj's representa- tive to the panel Mac Hamilton junior from Vernon. Dcp't of Physics Receives X-ray Diffraction Unit An X-raj diffraction unit has been donated to the phy- sics dc.iaitment by the U S Signal Corps teports Dr Vit- gil E Bottom head of the depaitment I he device valued at $G- CCO is now being assembled by ph)sics students and Di Bottom and will be Tsed for measuring space between the planes of atoms In crystals in particulai the atoms in crystal quartz The unit was given free to the college by the U S At- my Signal Reseaich and De- vel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1960

Irani III is ... tKSSEi tawaawa tasaBaawa . Tradition Service Work -Thai's Wah Wahtaysee By NNI'UK HOIUAX Tiaditlon . Hint's a big word foi Wah Wahtaysee And it means a lot of work too especially d u rj n g Homecoming This weck- (iul jou'll see the women's sen Ice organlitlon erect a teepee hosting a toffee foi I hell I'Ni-s selling football piogiams and sen In; tlic campus in other wajs 'lluse are annual services of the Hi Wahtajstcs at llomicunilng time and the) h a c many othei service duties to icrfoim through- out the year too They ushei for the Wlllson Lee tint's Abl- line Chli Musle and othei Hi oups .sell polio passes and I astei Jll'es seivc coffee altei footbill Raines sit on tlie polls timing tlectlon time initl n spond to any otlici i i.poitunlty they might have to serve McMuny Hugh' Corps lllstor) Wall Wahtayatc gained Its reputation as u ilium and bugle toips And It lb quite a reputa- tion too Uven today )ou will II nil many people who ic- meiuber oner group fiom the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1960

r Volume 38 4 KOYAL COUPLE Chief McMurry Randy Itoten and Re- servation Princess Paula Spurlin sit on their royal thrones after being crowned last Friday during the Coronation ceremony. Their clowning highlighted a weekend of ex- citement and thrills during McMurry's 1960 Homecoming. Roten Spurlin Crowned Chief Princess Friday McMurry's Homecoming tradition of royalty-crowning was climaxed last Friday night as seniors Paula Spur- lin and Randy Roten were named Reservation Princess and Chief McMurry respec- tively. Miss Spurlin an education major from Abilene was pre- sented red roses as well as the traditional Princess head band as she was named win- ner of the popularity honor over runnerup Sammyc Bates of Goree. Miss Bates was al- so presented red roses hers by her proud fellow citizens of Goree. Announced as Miss Spur- lin's escort and winner of the coveted Chief McMurry hon- or Roten is a grid quarter- back and a physical educa- tion major from Dallas. He was chosen In the elect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Page 2 October 12 1960 World News Black Team White Team No one doesn't get a choice in the matter the position has already been assigned. There is no middle ground it would seem. When it comes to tlw point of deciding which team is the best then the emotion in the human being runs wild. Intelli- gent human beings go sliding back down the eolution ladder to sink beyond the realm of rea- son. Upon glancing at the front page news a day or so hack two articles stood out. One was re- porting on the progress of Lumumba as he went from bar to bar speaking to the people to try and regain thei support of him. His war cry was to rid the Como of all foieign troops. Get rid of U.N. troops so that the Congo might go along in the direction of war. In just a small column was a report concern- ing the torture and death of eight Europeans in the city of Elisabethville. Ku Klux Klan activity is not limited to this side of the Atlantic nor to the White Team's exclusive use. Either team m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1960

October 12 1960 THE Page 3 WAR WHOOP flHsfiSr raKl!?! . FT-Fair Hit mvE. -"aIiW&rEBKfJ i felrimf JiPw W31$. Set KML JK Tribe Aggies Meet Saturday By LEE WHITE War Whoop Srorts Editor The McMurry Indians roar- ed back in the second half to down the Bobcats of South- west Texas State 23-18 In the traditional McMuirv C.'V n"'1 rr-A '"Sl "f &0UtIWMt Tc "obcats try to head freshman halfback Indians Sneak Past Bobcats 23-18 To Even Slate In Homecoming Game the first quaitcr Halfback in the third pcilod the Tribe I Davis from Stamford kicked scoied on a quarterback the extra point 7-0 j sneak by King from one yard A deteimlntd SWTSC team t out Halfback Richaid Comp-1 took the Indian klckoff fol- ton passed to Donald Davis lmtlll!? the TD nnri innmlinrl fni tUn wtio l.i1 ................ ..w..... J -" ----3 --- - ..V. ...... W.WI w . lHa JJllllf Homecoming game held In 68 yaids in 14 tarries foi a climaxing the thiid-auai-Abllene Public Schools Stadl- touchdown Big c uns in the fnP ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1960

LaRue Names Cast For Fall Production THE WAR WHOOP October 12 1960 Page 4 By CATIIIi: COIIKIXL I Tlic cast for "You Can't Take It With You" was an- nounccd Monday by Mr Bar- ( tell LaRuc director of the Bittle Beats Night Sets New Record Walter Bittle freshman from Lamesa broke the rcc- 01 d for beating the tradition- al tom-tom symbol of Indi- an .spirit for the Homecom- ing festivities Satuiday. 'I he 17-year-old English major mlnorlng In history has plans to become a teach- n Klad I did It." McMurry Barber Shop 2216 S. 14th METRO One of Ahilcnc's llrst Theatres 172C hutterni't wi:n. Tiiiius. rui. POLLYANNA SATURDAY TAIWAN THE MAGNIFICENT AND KILL THE UMPIRE Sl'N. MON. TUI'.S. POUflY AND HESS ADMISSION: Mi'Murry Slutlents and r.ii'iilty :i()c With Acllwty Card 74 ' :" ROUGH DRY SERVICE We Do It Like Mother Docs Washed Fluff-Dried Folded And Packaged 10c a pound WESTERN LAUNDROMAT Authorised WestliiRlmuse Laundromat 2638 South 1 llh FOREMOST McMurry Theatre. The com- edy a Pulitzer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1960

4 Volume 38 Maedgens Give McM How Come from Holcomb Uy PAUL HOLCOMB Now that sliming Is begin- ning to become a mere mem- ory In the minds of McMurry students It would appear that school spirit might be- gin to lalj somewhat. With a gap In the football schedule trat leaves us with- out a home game from Octo- ber 3 to November 12 with sliming completed and with Homecoming already tucked away school spirit is sure to suffer some. When considering this thing of school spirit of course we must always keep in mind that school spirit is more than just yelling at pep rallies and screaming at the football games. School spirit is more than just honking one's horn In a car parade or hissing at the fieshmen wncn ihcy go to the fiont of the audltoitum to reclaim a misplaced sllmt cap. Although school spirit cer- tainly Includes these things the student with "McMurry fever" will show his loyalty in many other ways too. School spirit includes sup- poitlng the student govern- ment as It endeavors ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1960

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP October 19 1960 World News Jusl Another Execution So what aren't we about indifferent to the matter. Monday a five-man Cuban summary tri- bunal found two Americans guilty of "spying" and sentenced them to die before a firing squad. Monday they did just htat died an indiffeient death at least in the eyes of the woild they did. 'I hat only makes three Americans that the rev- olution in Cuba has had shot for their "war c-iimes." We have lots of adventurers to spare an w ay so w hy even bother to think or talk about it? They know what would happen to them so they got ulrit they deserved anyway. Yet only fie months ago a man by the name of Chessman iMt world-wide publicity for his mai tyred death. Public feeling ran high befoie the final touches Mere put to Mr. Chessman. Popularity Makes Difference Why did Chessman deserve so much thought and discussion? Popularity gave him his bid to the "w orm-eaten heart of the world." What makes up national values and internation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1960

THE WAR October 19 1900 KLADY FOU ACTION Hill Narrell is the Indians' start- ing center this jcar. Narrell 193 recovered a funiblj in Saturday's game to set up tile first Indian touchdown. Narreil is a senior from Loraine. Hill will start against trinity in this Saturdays hall garni. McMurry Loses Battle To New Mexico Aggies TfcMurrj's plans of pulling the upset victoiy of the yeai were destroyed by New Mex- ico State as the Aggies lan wild In the second half to overpower the Indians 17-17 last Saturday night Capitalizing on an Aggie fumble and playing a fired- up brand of football the In- dians jumped to a 10-0 flist quartei lead The Inc'ians took advan- tage of a New Mcxlro State fumble on the opening kick- off as center Bill Narrell pounced on the fice-floatini football on the Aggie lD-ard line to set up the first Tilbe TD The Waniois scored si: plays later on a bullet rcass fiom quarteiback Lee King to hallback iDonald Davis fiofn lo ir yauis out Tackle Doug James conveited tlu ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1960

WHOOP October 19 1960 Page 4 McM Business Vrof THE WAR 2WfiSrf"iSB3S 1 ORC'EhiM RUNNER Ilcrshel Puree junior lrom O'llrlrti lakes off around end as fiinior Don I'.uil Jones leads way in intramural action recently. The action tool: place in an Ifllt. Chi Onilcron men's intramurals giid clash. IIUl won 28-8. l'orcc and Jones liolh parlicipalc for Hilt. Portion of Chanters Go Southwest This Weekend Pait of the Chanters will lilt the travel load this week- ( ml .is they tr.ivel .southwest to Pecos and El Paso. Dr. Rlihaid C von Endc direc- tor will accompany the Cioup 'Ihiitccn uppcrclass mem- bi is of the Chanters leave .Sunday afternoon to .sing at i district laymen's meeting In HI Paso Pecos Flust Meth- odist Cliuich will be visited on the way down. Chanters Parly Set ior Friday A cet -together party for the Chanteis will be held at the parish hall or the Epls- iop.il Chinch this Fiiday 1 1 1 1-' 1 1 1 Piesldent Hussell ruchman has announeod. 'C'hanlets and their guests lie welcome a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1960

THE TIP Sing Nov. 13 Vote in Whoop Mock Election -warwioop Volume 38 Abilene Texas Oct 26 19j0 Number 8 PSWPl Senior Class Gives School Party Friday REAUTY AND BEAST Jackie Schulzc nominee for campus beast from Ko Sari gels into the spirit of the occasion as he scales the fish pond in front of the cafeteria and sits. Martha Swindle freshman beauty nominee remains in a more dignified manner at the base of (he pond. Schulzc is a junior from Waco while Miss Swindle is a frcslimun from Albuquerque N.M. How Come from Holcomb By PAUL HOLCOMB Quite disappointing to the War Whoop editor this fall lias been McMurry's appar- ent lack of participation in the national political cam- paigns. With other colleges over the nation organizing stu- dent political machines one after another McMurry has lagged behind Only last week did the Democrats finally or- ganize a student organization on campus and their activ- ity is limited because of the fact that the admnlstiatlon expiessed the wish that pol- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1960

Have a Campus Parking Problem? Solution Is: 'Go West Young Man!9 I! I'Al'l IIOI.COMII r.fi have tumble flndlne inking plain right befon iic for (lass to statt and. of the parking places are n up9 II niii nn wet is "yos' to question the M Mini j inl'i'stration uirps you to est to McMunys own in i of unexplored piik- ( i ansp inn p u kin" problem on ' 1 nvs ciinipus ' statfd . iiin C riviash McMuirj ip-s m uiager "is not ' time me not enough pl'in i on (.anipus to iiiinoditi the stud 'ills ' but tint tlieie are not enough '50-yard line paikins places' " By .r0-yaid lino piiklng spots Mi Fncash meant the pr.il.niR plates in the lniine- diatp vicinity of th" admin- tiation building the r'ad- Tord Building and the Haiold G Cooke Classroom Building Flveaih ponited out that fhe rampu was mov.nn tast In lefoie leaving many puk- n spots on the west side if the campus unused lit explained tint most of thr In sioom activity took plact n the tine preuously men- ilunptl buildiii's and in th. a.i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 2G 19G0 McM Battles Tech In Ruston Saturday Page 3 "' T SraP HSvSS $?' S .feii ROUGH AM) UF.ADY End Freddie Thompson Morton sophomore lias been a bright spot in Coach Teali te- Imildms progiam tnis year. Thompson lias started for the Indians at both end positions. Freddie moved I'.om third to lirsl team earlier this season as lie made the switch in.m tackle to end. Thompson is a transfer 1'ioni Texas Tech. Tigers Claw Tribe 20-0 Hold Indians Scoreless M.-Muuv'-: Indians suffer- ed their lir'-t -.hutout of the season at the hands of the Trinity 'ir.-ers 2.1-0. in Sen Antonio's Aia.no Stadium last Saturday n!ht as the hun- gry Tigers of Trinity won their first game of the rea- son aftei losing four earlier tilts. The roaring Tigers scored touchdowns in the first. third and fourth quarter-' and dcrrfnlMiPd all McMurry offensive efforts. The Tlgr- n?ver aliened McMurry to penetrate deeper than the 30-ynul line Th? :amc statistics .show- ed the ef torts of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1960

" THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday October 26 1960 Alpha Chi Initiates 22 New Members Monday Twenty-two McMurry Jun- iors and seniors were Initiat- ed Into Alpha Chi national honorary .scholastic soclty In a quiet candlelight soivlcc Monday night Conducted through the Mrvlcc by Jennie Tate head iif the mathematics depart- ment and sponsor of Alpha Chi and Eddie Mnssey pi -s-klcnt of the oiganl'jtlon the gioup repeated the rlub mot- to "Ye .shall know the truth find the truth shall make ye lice" This was iepcat"d as cull Inltl.itc lit his candle Jiom the lamp of knowledge New Junior membcis aie Leslie Albm Catolyn 15au- man Thelda Eistntzky Tom Rajmond Chinch Chailcs S Clllb JTIVM VM Thnmn Men's Inlcr-Club Effects Changes At a lcccnt meeting of the MiMuiry Men's Intel -Club Council It made a number of changes and dieted new ol- Xkcis. 'I he new picsldcnt is Wal- tu Cunningham Randy Ro- ten was ilecled vlre picsl- dcnt while EIRoy Nelo was named .sccrctaiy. At the sa'Vc meeting the Inte...

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

MnWJi"? CHEG6 ASIItN:. ifcXA$ THE TIP Sing Sunday Volume 38 Abilene lexas Nov. 9 10G0 Number 9 rWarrmoov Who's Who Choices Nalmed Twenty-three McMurry Col- lege Junior and senior stu- dents have been named to the list of Who's Who Among Students In American Uni- versities and Colleges Mc- Murry academic dean Dr. Joe C. Humphrey announced re- cently. The McMurry nominees were nominated by the col- lege and then accepted by Who's Who. McMurry students being named to the honor include Samye Bates Jobeth Bsnt- ley Lyneve Chapman Rondel Davidson Sara Jo Edwards Richard Mac Hamilton Caleb Hlldebrand Paul Holcomb Johnny Johnson Joseph Lu- kontc Devln McAnally Judy Mathls J. L. Mayhew Neta Milnor. EIRoy Nelc Roy Phil- lips Randy Roten Gayle Rucker Robert Sewell Fat Young Sitchlcr Paula Spur- lin Paul Stubbs and Betty ftVescott. Judging Criteria The students were nomi- nated to the national honor on the basis of character scholarship leadership and service Dr. Ilumphiey said. Initial nominat...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday November 9 1960 Page 2 World News Comment Powder Puff Resistance A cold war is to be' desired in place of a hot war at all times at any costs. Do you agree? If sn then von fall in the nowder puff resistance -class. No' the idea is not original here National -adojhe short t to the leaders the world over seem to have this attitude I Meikei for tne outlng in varying degrees. I Following the meal the Jf you don't believe it then cnecK tor youwii. " SVwtT Jack o country which has iallen under the iron our-iJackson bophomore member Ko Sari Picnics At Camp Butman Three roaring fireplaces In the main building of the Camp Butman Methodist en- campment set the atmos- phere for the Ko Sari fall picnic last weekend. Approximately 70 members dates sponsors and guests N tain has omerired as a free power. Red China Hungary and Poland are not directly under the Red thumb. They have a certain amount of free- odin. Would you like that type of freedom? Fallacy Prevails Certainl...

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

In Abilene Warriors Spartans To Tangle Saturday After four bitter defeats on the road the McMurry Indians move into the two final games of the season at home as they entertain the Spartans of Tampa Univer- sity In Abilene Public Schools Stadium this Saturday night at 8 o'clock. The Warrior.s winning the only game played at home this season hope to turn the tide of defeats and improve on this season's lecord of 2-G. Sp orts Signals By LEE WHITE Tampa University promises to give McMurry a stiff con- test. Like McMurry Tampa has. a young rebuilding team this year. In fact McMurry and Tampa have a lot of s-lmllarities as far as this football season Is concerned The statistics of the two schools jive closely. Both teams have a losing record Both teams have played iteams that many consider out of their class. The enrollment of Tampa i. less than 2000 students making them a small col- lege. Like McMurry they play large schools. McMurry shudders at playing teams like New Mexico State and th...

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

Who's Who List Includes 17 Seniors Of the 23 students named as McMurry's detections to Who's Who Among 8tudcnts In American Universities and Colleges 17 arc seniors and six are Juniors Senior selections Include Samye Bates Lyneve Chap- man Caleb Hlldebrand Johnny Johnson Joe Lukonlc Dcvin McAnally Judy Mathis J L Mayhew Neta Mllner EIRoy Nclc Roy Phillips Randy Roten Robert Sewell Pat Young Sltchlcr Paula Spuilin Paul Sfcubbs and Betty Wcscott The six Juniors named to Who's Who are Jobcth Bentley Rondel Davidson Sara Jo Edwards Richard Mac Hamilton Paul Holcomb and Oaylc Ruckcr Of the 17 seniors named to the honor four were also named last year Those named for the second year include McAnally Nele Miss Spurlin and Stubbs The selections include representatives from nearly phase of c unpus life from academics to athletics Well-represented also are the social clubs as 20 of the Who's Who selections are active members of campus social clubs while three independents were named to the hon...

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

THE For Party Friday Junior Class Goes Beatnik -WarWtioop Volume 38 L-LjfiJOYLifEBryBr .iiliiPXTir MX iTjJCT-"jC!I I H& oc iJmlM9ii$5BElHB9& SIS CIIAN1LKS OFI'ICEKS Leading the Chanters this ear arc (lmkground) Wendell I.tathcrwood vice president Kusscll Parch man president; Jerry Spurlin chaplain; and (foreground) Nancy Wilmolli secretary. The Chanters are to sing in thapcl Thurs- day and will begin their fall tour Sunday morning. To Sing in Chapel Chanters Sins Here: Begin A pro-tour concert will boi given by the Chanters in ?ltdaZJ nc Ende. will present a varied program of sacicd and sccu- lai numbeis The annual fall tour will bo- gin Sunday morning when the Chanters leave foi Eastland the first stop of a three-day tour. Sunday evening the choir will appear in the Uni- versity Paik Methodist Chuich in Dallas McM Coeds Get Poems Published The National Poctiy Asso- ciation has announced that poems by two McMuuy stu- dents and one toimei stu- dent have been accepted foi publ...

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