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

THE WAR WHO OP Pago 2 November 16 19G0 Sholwell Gives Answers To MiM Grid Questions K-rCTdra jgyyr ' ' I'.J COM! IT) AKCHr'll livery fall a concern about the small number of McMuny home football games is noted among the AlciWuiry students. To answer many (jue- tion about the Indian football pictuie an inter- iew was held with Mr. P. E. Shotwell McMuny .Atlik tic Diicctor. Mi . Shotwell acknowledged the fact that Mc- Mmi it has only thiee home games each year and said 'hat this situation exists because of an agree- ment among the thiee Abilene colleges. The of- Jicials of the three chools feel that the attend- ance iiguros would be even lower than they are now if moi e home games were scheduled. Why No Conference Affiliation? When questioned concerning a conference .if I illation Mlioruell Kt sited tli:it ATelUun v sinnliorl J or admission to the J .one tar Umierence two n.jj t r M'.ll's Jinn hilt V!i tllfiu.fl rlnu'ii "Wn ..vn nliravel " W" WOWS 101111110111 iciny 10 consider nccoim...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1960

Indians Ok info v$BE$8MK8g&M I .SwsJmSBE'S :t iniyGi?mxT t .? -sr .'mtj1. $aMi&a&.feMfc -J L.rr: WrST IIUS I'M IIItU Halfback Billy Nost Breckcnrldijc freshman demonstrates what Loach Tcaff means when he sa)s "hit 'em hard" lampa haltbark Hilly House is stopped for no Rain in the Mc.Miur -Tampa same in which tlie Indians won 41-8. Tied Austin is coniinj; up fast to Rive West a hand. Warriors Battle ACC On Thanksgiving Day Aftei a week off the Mc- Muiry Indians will tangle with cioss-town mil ACC In an effort to stiekh Indian su- premacy ovci the Wildcats on the gildiron to thiec stiaight victories Thp game will be placed Thanksgiving Day Nov 24 In Aoilcnc Public Schools Stadium A lctoiy ovci the 'Cats would add piestige to a yeai' of rebuilding The Tiibe lus vet to be defeated at home this vcai According to lesults apalnst i common foes ACC might be Sports by Lee The young Indians of Mc- Murry finallv -.hook the second-half iin by ttouncing the kV K- lonvimi:nt ti:i:ms H...

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

DBE 'Tours Mexico' for Fall Picnic "A Tour of Mexico" was theme for Delta Beta npsllon's IIH w ' I tI "r n jKm!' jBh 2 '!() Till: WINNUtS Junior Audrey Ochs chairman of (lir 'III Si lit' is shown here uitli the silver cups mid the presidents of the two winning organizations. Mary lletii Iiilr rricUcd the iitmy cup for Kappa I'hl while Itoy Phillips icpicsentcd Ki.t. Sing nsr o Close Greeted Variably Wciks of long and diligent inaitice uere climaxed Blin- dly some paitlclpants show- ing elated emotions and some showing disappointment as the winners of the fuuilli an- minl TIP Sing Song were an- luiuiKrd following the mim- beis .is piesented bv six com- IKtlni: men's and women s campus social clubs Ki.i Kappa I'hl Win rmotions of botli surpilse and elation were experienced by tlie winners- Kappa Phi In the uirls division and Kiva in the boys' division -as tlieii pie Itlcnts weic presented the Mlvti clips tiavcllng trophies .simiif leant of victory Disappointment marked the f.ues of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1960

yote Puts T 16 Girls on Beauty List Seven hours that's how long; It took three members of the Totem staff to count the Totem beauty ballots last weeK. After the seven hours were completed and all ballots were considered 10 girls emeigcd as the beauty nom- inee finalists by popular bal- lot. In all 214 girls were nom- inated to the beauty honor. The 1C will be judged by local Judges and the eight "most beautiful'' among the 16 will appear In the 1DG1 Totem campus yeaibook as the Totem beauties. Judging will take place on Saturday December 3 at 3 pm In Radford Hall. The beauty winners will be pre- sented in student chapel De- cember 8 Totem editor Kath- crine Brookshlrc has announ- ced. Nominees for Totem beau- ty Include Carol Bowman Ferris Junior; Lu Ann Cator Gruvcr sophomore; Barbara Foreman Spur sophomore; Nancy Glddens Abilene freshman; Sherene Gladson Snyder freshman; Fenny McNabb Hobbs NM fiesh- man; Neta Milner Abilene 6enIor. Prissy Oldham Odessa sophomore; Camilla Roberts S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1960

The Most Important Thing of All "Now abideth faith hope and love these three; but the greatest of those is love." Love is the most important thing in the world. Paul's reason for singling out love as the sup) erne p isstssion is a veiy icmaikable one. In a single woid it is this: it Li-t - "Loe" urges Paul "ik ei iailcth." Paul noes on to say "Whether tlieie h piophccies they shall lie done aw.y." In those days the most impoitant thing a boy could he was a prophet. For bundled- of ears (!od had neer spoken b means of an; prophet and at that lime the piophct was gi cater than the king. People waited wistfully J'oi another messenger to come. Paul sas "Whether there be prophecies the shall fail." The P.ible is full of prophecies. One by one they have "failed"; that is having been ear- ned out thev hae nothing more to do in the world ecept give a man faith. Paul eoes on and talks about "tongues." Whether there be ton- gues thev shall cease." Many many cdituiics base pas.sed since tongue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1960

JS ?? jO O y w ! .49.(89 jegp.e s 'Jhhvx. ' J3s&ifsLe TEC . j- t;r MCMLRK C0IL1GI INDIANS l'H 0 AntU tin hi- pine of the si ison lgainsl cross-town ihil biltnc CKiisdan 1ms rhursil n .ftuiioon the IWcMurr football team will urip up nnutlii r i i cm J Ik smson 1 is bctn one of rtbuiltlntg loi tin 1iibe uitli (lit witon otr Southwest Texas Stall IIonii.io.niii; out of tilt luo briRht s mis in this otherwise dirk 3t WiWa 7KM -m-jfn ear Tlit trioleins; of lamua lnit-sil in tin Inilnns list Mine is Hit otliir blight pit llu si ismi tin lit considficil a smecss with i ittoi oer ACC J lit Inilhns cm boast of one othtr xittnrj this vt u be Uintr Jcis Iutlurm CC Mill be misiuutil i slijil fuontc but in this ri- ilr Til pisl rtcorils mil prtstiit pridieliuns t in bt tosstil mil the window THE WAR WHO OP Tuesday No embei 22 10 Page McM Cagers Hosl TLC In Season Opener Nov. 30 M in 'niTr War Uhoop Sports I tlitur With ba ketball season Just around thc comn the MtMuiiy caper aie toning to ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Tuesday November 22 1960 tt r--f. A "'.Lit J -4tot ' .-&? ..-.? .' - y . "; fifi Frosh Coed Enjoys Trip Following Winning Essay "My trip was educational as well as lots of fun" com mented Betty Abraham Ircshman from Canadian about her Journey to the Na- tional Association of Real Estate Boards convention at Southern Methodist Univer- sity in Dallas on November 14. Betty received the all-ex-pensc-pald trip as the first place winner In an essay contest sponsored by the Ab- ilene Boaid of Realtors after JIKTTV AHKAIIAAt u Sari Holds Informal Parly Members and dates of Ko Sari men's social club got together last Saturday night lor an Infoimal evening of fun and fellowship at St TaulVs Methodist Church. Included on the evening' agenda were skating bowl- In? tablr tennis volleyball tilevlslon and dancing. Mi. and Mrs Btucc Jones sponsored the get-together. Mr. Jones Is manager of the MeMurry dining hall and snack bar. Special guest at the get- together was ex Jimm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1960

Two McMer s To Leave For SCONAVI JS' i r SK'SSaJjap JjfeM ON TO SCONA McMurry Student Association President Johnny Johnson (right) talks things o-er uilli Kondcl Davidson vice president as they look over publicity concern- Iiik the sixth annual Student Confeicncc on National Affairs. Johnson and Davidson were appointed by McMurry College President Dr. Gordon Bennett lo represent the col- lege at SCONA VI. . THE Volume 38 Prexy's wWarwnoop Set Next Tuesday By Anncllc Holman The. annual President's Christmas Party honoring Dr. Gordon Bennett and family will be presented Tuesday December 13 In the Radford auditorium. All faculty and adminis- tration members and stud- ents are Invited to attend. Highlight of the evening piogram will be the play At Recent Meeting McMurry Frosh Named TASCA District Leader Don Larson McMurry freshman pre-medlcal stud- ent from Coleman was elect- ed Dlstilct director of North- west District of the Texas Academy of Science Collegi- ate Academy last weekend I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1960

Ross Street -Should It Be Opened? Hj Kolilic Ualdrnn I 'At this entrance It was to take care or the traffic Following tho concern impossible to cnfoice the shown by the student body one-way street because of over the closing of tho var- the campus s being private lous entrances the War ' propel ty There have been Whoop staff agree tint the two accidents on campus this matter should be lmrstteat- ' yoai The police were called ed Interviewing Buslm s I to Investigate but they could Mam (r Bill rueash Hit not issue tickets unless with following statements weie ' our consent ' in ide tone rnin' the admln- Mi itlio views on the sub- jeet Adininislratiw View Com unlng tho 14th fjtrcet rnti.mte in fiont of Mai tin I oimltoi Mr rhtash sild ' Wlien the entnnee In front of M u tin v. is op"n there wtie 70-100 violations a da and most of these weie not (ommltted by students but b people who wanted to miss the light at 14th and Sil(s On other campus traffic problems rivcash continued The Idea o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1960

THE WAR W-H OOP Wednesday December 7 I960 Page 3 El'E rOK THE BASKET Guard Ronnie Lowe shows how it is done as he sinks a free shot against Tcas Lutheran. Lowe C-0 made six for six at the free throw line against the Bulldogs. Lowe appears to be one of the more im- proved ball players on this year's team. McMurry beat Texas Lutheran 85-74. Sports Signals by Lee White Basketball Is looking up at McMurry. The team op- ened "with a victory. The crowd was there backing Mc- Murry's basketball team. Perhaps in no other sport does a home court with a home crowd mean as much to a team as it does In bas- ketball. The players are more conscious of the crowd and the individuals in a crowd than in football. The fans sit closer to the basket- ball court and can be heard better whether they praise or boo. This y c a r's basketball squad has all the appearanc- es of being a top notch ball club. It has height ability desire and a good coach. All it needs is your support. Although McMurry has packed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1960

THE WAR WHOOP Pago 4 Wednesday December 7 1960 Beauty Presentation Set For Thursday Morning The 11 Totem n"iuties Kiy Brookshirc Totem will Ik puscntcd Tliui d ty 'school yearbook) noVoi of till- week at thp roculirly Ins silted tint thn lucl Uir .s'-ludMlfd assembly prevnm ins completed last Satin chj .. . iltcinoon at Radfoid Audi- FROSII r"m Continued rrnm jnRt 1 Ruth Ann King of Kl v id In the fir.t jouin.il of 1 A-I House of Chaim Lrncst Sib- faCA I Ictt cfhcitor of ACCs speenh M Mm iv entries Included l'.nil Stubbs a papu in bl- oloi j (iitltlid A Jcehniqiir 1 u Hie Deli lmlnatlon ol I mil Mints of Gi isshop pi is I IRoy Nele thyciis ' Disc n p uity In the Mca- iind md Hmdbook Value s ol tin Hi at of I usion ai I J iiy lie phjsles Tnei j C mi idi rations of Capillary A lion ' .Stubbs Is a pie-medical unoi fintn Abilene Nele a si nii physli s major from PI ilnl v and lee a sinioi )hy.lis m ijoi f torn Abilene At the meetlni; of the To ns Aeademy of Science Di HoUoin was n lined...

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

THE VarWBoop -IJ rm r sM q . W Volume 38 Abilene Texas December 14 1960 !--'fr.. fy iipiJJ - i i "--"-X ut r- I .'".. .--.T J!"1 I' I ' IT" 'Iipr Mr" ' ' ' "1 ' w i y i Number 13 Kl'BW WJ1K W B ' J-vir 5yt ft4rjiKL Bapiwp'pssg. "m. MW A. Silent Night Holy Night Silent night holy night All is calm all is bright Round yon Virgin Mother and Child Holy Infant so tender and mild Sleep in heavenly peace Sleep in heavenly peace. Silent night holy night. Guiding Star lend thy light; See the eastern wise men bring Gifts and homage to our King! Christ the Saviour is born Christ the Saviour is born. Silent night holy night Darkness flies all is light; Shepherds hear the angels sing "Allelulia! hail the King! Christ the Saviour is born Christ the Saviour is born." Silent night holy night Wondrous Star lend thy light; With the angels let us sing Alleluia to our King! Christ the Saviour is born Christ the Saviour is born. uti&

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

1IJLVJI AARAi iMtmtmmMmrM a kBMtK: tor. itefW- -i PRESENTING The McMurry TOTEM Beauties for 1961. The Beauties were featured along with the eight runncrs-up at the chapel presentation of the winners last Thursday morning. The beauties include (back row from left) Prissy Oldham Barbara Foreman Becky Simmons Gayle Kucker and (front row from left) Gaila Walters Martha Swindle Nancy Glddens and Carol Bowman. Pictures of the beauties will be featured In this year's TOTEM. McMurry Beauties Revealed by CONRAD ARCHER To a sparkling list of 64 Totem beauties of the past eight names were added last Thursday. For the ninth consecutive year the finalists In the To" tern beauty contest were pre- sented to the student body for Its approval. Satisfaction was In evidence as the "eight most beautiful Maidens of the Reservation" were an- nounced. Mac Hamilton master of ceremonies presented the following beauties: Carol Bowman Junior elementary education major of Mart; Barbara Foreman sopho- more elem...

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

Campus 'In A Whirl' Over Holiday Season By PAUL IIOLCOMB War Whoop Editor Bustle and excitement appear to captivate the campus this final week of school before classes let out for the Christmas holidays this weekend. McMurry College students faculty and administration are preparing for the winter vacation with a flurry of activity that Includes a full schedule both academically and other- wise. The vacation Is slated to begin Saturday at noon. Classes arc scheduled to resume at the regularly-scheduled times Tuesday Janu- ary 3. For the students campus activity has been stepped up to a fun-filled gallop for the holi- day season as the different organizations have all tried to do their part in filling the season with merriment frivolity and happiness. Socially the campus men's social clubs wound up the last of their annual Christmas parties last weekend. Last night McMurry Col- lege President Dr. Cordon Bennett and his family were honored at the annual all-school President's Christmas...

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

7.-J J.IJLVPJI XJiaXlt mMSmMMMmiiWiSku HMHiaif iiwai! THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday December 14 1960 psc Tale of Unsung Heroes There is a strange cult of people in the world today. The "Unsung Ones" are scattered through the world in various positions. They are the ones who do their jobs to the best of their ability. Thought beforehand concerning particular prob- lems is the only true way to provide an effective solution. Government employees scattered throughout the world who do their jobs well yet receive no elaborate praise and sometimes are condemned for their actions are examples of this cult. Anyone abroad who repi'esents this America this culture or this democratic life in a honest manner helps the struggle. Rational Thinking Needed Praise has blinded our nation into a contented way of thinking. We are first in "this and that." Slowly we are beginning to realize that possibly we are not first or if we are our position is being seriously challenged. Who has the responsibility...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1960

Chimes Lose Time Ranking Physics Lab Receives Precise Clock Alasl The eight o'clock chimes heard every school- day morning on the McMur- ry College campus have been replaced as the most reliable time-piece on campus. The physics department at McM has been given a gad- get which contains a clock so accurate that even the seemingly never - falling chimes have to take a back seat. The chimes as played by music professor Francis J. Hlnkel have over the years served as not only early morning Inspiration but also as a reminder to all students that eight o'clock classes are drawing nigh. The chimes still continue to play every school - day morning from 7:55 to eight but careful checks with the physics lab might find them to be maybe even seconds off. The indicated 'checking de- vice' at the physics lab is a new piece of frequency equipment which contains amonj other things a clock. The clock according to Dr. Virgil Bottom head of the physics department is ac- curate to within one second In...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1960

iVJIAJPJL XJLfl.J.1 MiWFjjmmi'ii m&M kHn wm- mmnz i.mftjRi.. Cage Warriors Challenge Wildcats In Annual Game Thursday Night Revenge for last year's losses of 70-04 113-07 and 73-02 at the hands of Abi- lene Christian will be hard to come by as McMurry cag- ers battle arch rival ACC Thursday night In Abilene High School Gymnasium. Coach Hershel Klmbrell's starting five may well re- member last year's losses to the Wildcats In that all five started In at least one of the Games. The starting quintet for the Indians will probably be Toby Burkhardt 0-4 and Lance Stephens 0-5 at for- ward positions with Ronnie Lowe 0-0 and Bobby Driv- er 0-3 at guard slots and Earnle Rcusch 0-0 playing the pivot. The starting five for Abi- lene Christian won't find the Indian cagers strangers. Robert MoLcod 0-5 R. A. Wade 0-0 Mike Allen 0-4 Buddy Tarver 0-2 and Don Edwards 0-8 have all seen considerable action against the Tribe. McMurry and the Wildcats can be expected to match experience height and b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1960

THE WAR WHOOP r Wednesday December 14 1960 Tribe Batters WTSC Record Stands at 4-1 Page 7 ill. ?" faggH BURKHARDT SHOWS 'EM HOW Toby Burkhardt seems to be giving rival Howard Payne a lesson in how to lay the ball up and in the basket for two points Burkhardt paced the Tribe to a scalping of Howard Payne 85-74 last Mon- day night in Abilene with 20 points McM Plays In Holiday Classic Travels to Lafayette Louisiana With a respectable sea- son record to defend the McMurry Indians Journey south during the holidays to Lafayette Louisiana to tan- gle with three basketball powerhouses in the Annual Bayou Holiday Classic De- cember 29th and 30th Othei teams to play In the cage classic are Kentucky IWesleyan College South- eastern Louisiana College and host University of South- western Louisiana The clisslc will take place before 0500 expected spec- tators In Blackham Colise- um Lafayette's all - purpose sports arena Last year Mississippi Southern a nationally rank- ed team won top honors In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1960

idav JVTnriiiiig New York Group To Do Work of Judy Mathis Judy Mathis senior music education major from Abi- lene will have a personal composition for percussion ensemble In performance to- morrow afternoon at the ninth workshop recital of JUDY MATHIS the Manhattan Fcrcusslon Ensemble. The composition "Impres- slonata" was written by Judy In 1959 and will be pre- sented for the first time In a New York performance with three other new works for percussion ensembles. Miss Mathis Is a featured drummer of the McMurry College Indian Band and Is presently serving that organ- ization as secretary - trea- surer. She was recently se- lected to Who's Who Among Students In American Uni- versities and Colleges. She is a member of Kappa Phi Mc- Murry women's social club. Judy has been distinguish- ed ns one of the few women writing in the field of per- cussion ensembles. Paul Price will conduct Miss Mathis' ensemble at the New York performance. THE WAR WHOOP Page 8 Wednesday December 14 1960 'O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 January 1961

fpflEZii-v-s THE Finals Jan. 16-21 Registration f Jan. 23-24 Volume 38 Abilene Texas January 10 1961 JAN 9 '61 Number 14 r a r .4 - T WarWRoop h ';V :'BK ifllfM & . . . GrT SET GROW Senior student council reprcsentatUe Robert Scwcll sounds the starters gun as the annual beard growing contest begins on the McMurry campus. Aaron Johnson sporting a beard as the contest began looks on as Scwcll symbolically gives the 'grow'-ahead to McMurry males. Males Grow 'Beards 'Shrubbery' Gets Thick ! As Exams Draw Near McMurry coeds beware ! Your male counter- parts are beginning to look like part of the cam pus shiubbery. Actually McMurry males get that bushy look at semester time as they enter the beard growing contest sponsored by the student council and sen- nte The contest Ls held yearly as the McMurry males forsake their razors and concentrate on the studies at hand during The contest began Friday morning Growth of the beards will continue until judging at noon Friday Jan- uary 20 as fi...

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