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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 January 1961

World Neivs Comment 36" -24" -36" Things are not always what they seem. A catchy phrase song or theme attracts our atten- tion and there are times when we do not stop to think just what it is that we are going along with. Modern advertising capitalizes on this emotion- charged item which the public "goes for". Mr. K. recently had this to say about Ameri- cans "Germans are smarter than Americans and aren't to be trusted. They are more dangerous than Americans." Mr. K's "more dangerous" clause meant what? The only thing it could mean is that Ameri- cans are not dangerous to WORLD COMMUN- ISM. No this doesn't mean just our government officials but the American public also. An ignor- ant enemy can be conquerored. Whup now we have been insulted. Our fighting spirit is up but what are we going to fight? Laos might be the answer to that. ""Government for the people . . . ." Our western thrillers on television have false- fronted stores. According to the F.B.I there are many such Communist ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 January 1961

Tribe Scores Record 113 Points INDIAN STANDOUTS McMurry's starling forwards tancc Stephens and Tcby Burk- hanlt show plaques they received as outstanding plajcrs of the recent Baou Holiday Classic. McMurry won third place honors in the annual tournament. Both Burkhardl and Stephens averaged over 20 points in the tourney. Indians Battle Arlington Travel to Seguin This Saturday The first time in histoiy the McMuiry Indians tangle with the Rebels from Ai ling- ton State tonight In Indian Gym In the last home game before taking to the road foi a four game excursion McMurry played rival Mid- western last Saturday night Sports by Lee Hard woik and team effort appear to be the key Ingred- ients of Coach Hershcl Kim- brell's formula for success on the hard woods this season as the Indians have already won as many games 6 as they did all last ycai Coach Kimbi ell experienc- ing his first losing season as a basketball coach last sea- son has built confidence and desire into this yeai's win- n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 January 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Tuesday January 10 1961 Page 4 Five McMurry Students Awarded Scholarships Plvr MnMurrv students have been nnincd as winners or Na- tional Methodist Scholarships ironi the Hoard of Education or the Methodist Church. The five senior students are Mra. I'at Hlldcbrand Bobby Joo McMillan Floyd L. Jen- nliiR.'. Devln McAnally and Val Dennis. The scholarship awards cov- er tuition and fees up to $500 and are granted on the basis of superior academic .standing leadership ability active churchmanshlp character personality and need. Mrs. Hlldcbrand of Pampa i.s an elementary education malor with a religious educa- tion minor. She Is married to Caleb Hlldcbrand senior Mlllan Is a member of Sigma Tau Delta English honorary society; Forum prc-thcologi-cal organization; and the Methodist Student Movement. Jennings a math major with n double minor In his- tory and philosophy Is cur- rently pastoring the Burkett Methodist Church. He Is from Eunice New Mexico. McAnally from Lockney has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1961

LIBRARY Of- McMURRY COLLEGE AWLEWCTD&q THE Indians 'Rave On? See Sports Page Volume 33 Abilene Texas January 25 1061 ylmrmooo lill !"'i" wA ; iiHsfeMii Testing Over; sei SHAGGY Iivr I'LUS ONE Winners of the icccnt beard griming contest appear with thtir first-place mugs in the cunpus cafeteria after being judged winners 'llic group from left includes Carl Ncstbrook "scroungicst;" James 1 ranklin longest; Trntsl Park "most unique" Trcd Williams most distinguished; Jack Jickson most distinguished (tied with Williims) and Trtd Gnu most effort with least itsulls Judges for the contest included Mrs Walter Jarrctt Mrs S u Thompson and Mrs Bruce Jones Concert Pianist ToPlayatMcM Concert pianist Theodore Ullman will present several woiks of Chopin In an ap- pearance at McMuriy's Rad- ford Memorial Auditorium at D 30 a m Jan 31 Ulman's performance spon- sored by McMuny's fine arts department will be present- ed during the regular Thurs- day assembly hour Ullmm's appirmce Is one of a seil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1961

Beard Growing - A 'Shabby Affair' ' Quite disappointing last week was the way that the judging for the beard growing contest was conducted. After initially setting the beard growing contest to last until last Friday those in charge moved the final day up to Wednesday throwing the first kinks into the contest. This change was understandable realizing that the majority of the McMurry students fin- ished their exam's early and would have already been gone by noon Friday. The change was poorly publicized however and many students missed the beard judging always a humorous activity. Those that did catch the change in schedule felt disillusioned for several minutes Wednesday. The judging was scheduled for twelve but it was some twenty or thirty minutes later before any- one showed up to conduct the contest. All in all it was somewhat a disappointment and it is a wonder that enough of our bearded col- i'ians were piecnt to have a winner in every dixision. Whoop Schedules 'Little Man' For C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1961

IMPHIlM'll T 9 W ' i If I I J!i-- Efc $ ! McMUKRY INDIANS 19G0-19G1 This j car's McMurry basketball learn lias been highly successful the first u inning team in a decade break- ing the long droughth and building prestige on the hardwoods. The team onus an impressive 10-3 record. Coach Ilershel Kimbrell's charges arc SEtoftfta H-l- iMi''m t w reaping the results of hard work and determination. The Tribe goes into battle this Saturday night in a return game with Texas Wcslejan in an effort to stretch the winning streak to scen. Tribe Slaughters Buffaloes 87-79 Stephens Driver Lead Scoring Warriors Meet Texas Wesleyan In Fort Worth This Saturday Night McMurry proved to be j Bobby Driver played a close Riding a six gam"c winning Texas Wesleyrn three of the contest deadly on the road as well as second to hook shot artist sticak. MeMuiry Journeys to starters fr McMurry biokel Bobby in Indian Gym as they Lance Stephen's 24 points Ft. Worth to eiiKa"e the Tex- the 20 point figure In scor- k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday January 25 1961 WWBz L &ik W4 . w o '1(111 II 1'OM OP 'I A I I'M These four talented lads will lit Ip ii uc the Indi.ui Iruk 1c am at the Will Koficrs In- ilmir Games I thru irj ') in 1 t. Noitli 'I lie four arc John I) lie I (His sprinkr; Miltc Mill sprinter; Itill Miller liroul juniper; anil limit Land sprinter. Trackslers Go Indoors For Meet February 9-11 With basketball season on- ly lnlf (ompkttd Coadi Orint Tr iff s tr.uk chaises are (idling theii timing down HOW COME Continued from rage 2 Itrinrdkss wo have sincere- ly injoyid the papers he has ulited and hate to sic him lcslgn I'at on the It iclc It uk to our lampus Our congiatulations to the dalleon .staff foi theh hird woik In putting out the fall edition of the (I illeou. Thine Is one ciltielsm which I must make of this Galium and the one preceding It Be- ing vlitually Ignorant as far as note reading and tempo I'ois It would si cm proper to me if we tould he.u at one time ot anothei a un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1961

ttflUftltt COLUGt 04W31 ' tMB! Bkt A iWinter Wonderland!. McMuitv Stvle .. .. 7 j DOWN IT GOES rrcsliinan coed Lyncttc McLaurln lets out a elp as she eels a little bit of last weekend's snow don n her back. The snou completely cocrcd the cam- pus last Frldaj night giving McMurry students a chance for a Saturday of fun. Lyncttc is an elementary education major from Odessa; her tormentor is LlKoy Ncie senior phjsics major from l'laimicw. Second TIP Style Show Scheduled February 11 The exes of TIP McMmry women's social organization will hold their second annual style show in the social hall at Radford at 2:30 pm on Tcb- ruary 11 hoping to raise an- New McM Math Professor Hired James G Thomas 31 has joined the McMurry faculty according to Dr. Gordon R. Bennett college president. Thomas a native of De- troit Mich was employed as a graduate assistant at Ok- lahoma State University while completing require- ments for the master of sci- ence degree In mathematics. He received the degree at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1961

Scholastics Ho! In our opening chapel service for the new semester last week campus minister Rev. Jim Pickens spoke out in rather sharp language a couple of times. He used the unexpected to hold attention and to put across points possibly otherwise missed by the often-indifferent McMurry chapel audience.' His concern over the religion and attitudes of the students was powerful and brought forth to many minds the problem of indifference on the college campus. Many of us feel that we have the "corner on knowledge" just because we are on a college cam- pus ; we can bypass many of the routes to know- ledge because we are creative and intelligent enough to manufactuie our own information. A changed attitude with emphasis on scholas- tics must come for us soon if we are to ever prove to anyone that we really "give a damn" about knowledge. World News Comment Dawn of a New Era On January 20 John F. Kennedy at the age of '1'i youngest man to be elected to the office- became the President of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1961

Warriors Host Saint Mary's McMurry plays host to St Maiy's College tonight as the ' Tilbe defends its perfect rec-l ord of six. wins and no losses In Indian Gym this season Tip off time Is slated for 8 o'clock. Coach Hcrshcl Klmbrcll's l Indians played Eastern New i Mexico University last night I in Portalcs N M Results of xne game were not available at press time. Prior to last night's battle With ENMU McMurry owned a season record of 10 wins and four losses Last Satur- day night Texas Wesleyan snapppd a McMuiry winning streak at six games 73-72 in Tort Worth. Coach Klmbiell will prob- ably start the quintet of Lance Stephens C-5 and To- by Buikhardt C-4 at for- waids; Bobby Driver C-3 and Ronnie Lowe 0-0 at the guard spots; and Earnie Sports by Lee An "off night" In Ft. Worth i ended one of the longest winning streaks in McMui- iv's hard wood campaigns in recent history. The Indians as though going through a nightmare were cooler than . the ice and snow encompas- sing the Ft. Wort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1961

r THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday February 1 19G1 CONCUR' PIANIST Tlicoilorc Ullman nationally and internationally famous roncert pianist performed before the MiMurry sludi-ul body in student cliapcl services yes- terday. I'llman's appearance was one of a scries spon- sored by the McMurry fine arts department under llic direction of Dr. Kichard C. von i:ndc. tWah Wahiaysees Slate Banquet This Saturday "Amour D'core'' will bo the theme for the annual ban- quet of Wall Wahtay.see wo- men's service organization Feb. 4 at 7:30 pin. In the Walnut Room of the Windsor Hotel. Pictures will be made at 7 Kappa Delta Pi I n thirl s Members Nineteen McMtirry stu- dent! were to be Inducted into the membership of Kap- pa Delta PI In ceremonies Tuesday night. Kappa Delta PI Is a na- tional honorary education society and is sponsored by Dr. I.avada Ratllff visiting professor of education at McMtirry. Membership Is awarded to students In the upper one- fifth of their class seholas- tleally and also o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1961

Spring Enrollment Records Smashed lUnoffieial Totals Count SflrrCll mE .jKotIFe faa&SsiBg ' '. !KB SOPH MODERATORS These four McMurry sophomores supposedly representing: col- lege students from arious schools subtly introduced the nrious acts of the Sophomore All-School Party last I riday night. From loft the four arc Bobby Scago Itonnic Kami sophisticated Winnie Uurkhead and collegiate Ed Teeter lor complete story on party sec page four. THE Volume 38 Tickets on Sale TIP Exes Present Style Show Feb. 11 Tickets are now on sale for the TIP exes' second annual stylo show to be presented this Saturday at 2 30 p m In the social hall of Radford Memorial Student Life Centei Tickets can be obtained from any member of TIP Mc- Muiry women's social club or from any TIP ex Prices are set at 30 cents foi students and 50 cents for adults. 'Miss Chris' runcl The show Is set up as a fund-ialslng project by the IIP exes foi their $3C00 Miss Chris" Scholarship Tund The fund was Initiated last ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1961

Letters to Ideological Superiority Needed Dcai Mi Editor: strategic places could do " . . What is mine nnd more for democracy in a day 111 it I should prolong my than all our diplomatic coips )lfC' --this quotation fiom has done In ten jcars Ken- Job should ui given some nC(y s admlnlstiation will be thought by seiious-minded the first to lecognlze this collrgi students A definite n he has indicated with his purpose an idealistic goillian to place voting Amerl- .shotild bt of conr-ein to 1hos Pans aroumi thP world as who (.arc Only thiough those BOod-wIIl ambassadors who leillo in.il survivu 01 eliinmracy denends upon de dilation o Its ideals will communism be contained sum! ultimately dcstiojed 'Ih"ic cm bP no corj.'st rnto. To quote KlnuslKhev world domin.illon bv com- frii ndshlp is not as subject Jnunlsm Is not lai off -and to brles and lobbying and Mill he calls for coexistence ) selflessness Is much easier i pilneiple which he has de-- recognized cribed to the Communist Co"nni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1961

EF 4b Vfc. aJHeK festfB J3 m? i H TALKING THINGS OVrit Toby IturMiardt Hobby Driver Coach Hcrslicl KImbrcll and Lance Stephens talk things over for the panic with Ailington State this Friday night in Arlington. Stephens is captain of this year's highly successful Indians with Ittirkhardl and Driver co-captains. Indian Austin With two reserves and I three starers scoring in dou- ble figures McMurry's In-1 McMurry Track Team To Compete at Ft. Worth McMuiry College's track - sters will enter a 10-mnn team in the Will Rogers In- door Games In Ft-.- Worth's Will Rogers Coliseum Thurs day night. Due to bad weather the track team may prove to be below their potential in the games since the thin clads have had few Ideal days to work out this year. Bill Miller Winters soph- more will represent the Tribe be trackstcrs In the broad jump. Miller placed second in the national NAIA meet last spring. His best Jump is Clierokecs Win 'Mural V'ball With two wins Monday night 'he Comanches won first p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday February 8 19G1 ?New Type Hypnotist' Scheduled for Follies - -I y ffeKW-.k si I v' KW'-tf. & w ' ItM I. Itl.VTlli; Inili in (iiir(cr mllrr rciil for upcoming indoor track meet. Sic related story on page three. Chanters Siarl Practice; New Committees Named The McMutiy Clianlcts hive begun pi.utlie lot the . piing semcstei loncits and tiin-i with an einollment of thuly i)iu chuli iih mm is ic- poitsDi Rlchaul C onl nde (hoial dlieetui and (haiuuan oi the fine aits dopaitimnt Russell l'auliinan sopho- moie fioni Loving NM pleil- (u nt of the organ! il ion .111- noiinud recently the oftiieis find LUiumlltcis foi the s.me;- tn. Choir Of fliers Othei choli ofllii'i. inilude Wendill I i.itheiwuud 'Iui'uni- nil NM junloi wie-piesi-ilent. Natuy Wilnuith Ciane lunloi seeretaiy July Spm- lin Paben sophomoii clnp- liln and Marjniif Oofoilh 'luhiius.i N M fiistnnan hls- touan ('halt man of the aw aids coiiiniilUo Is Caiol How mm .ind committee intmbcis aie .1 m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1961

THE m. . - ""T WarWlioop Volume 38 Abilene Texas February 15 1901 Number 18 VAI.KNTINC SH TETIIEAUT mentary education major from Southland was named Valentine Sweetheart at the Senior All-School Valentine Party last Friday. Miss Oats sophomore nominee was chosen on bisis of class representation at the party above runner-up senior lud Reynolds freshman Manhelcn Garrison and junior Prissy Oldham. The part included the movie "Green Pastures" the crowning and a dance. Rush Week Next Week McMurry students beware! Next week Is open season on all campus freshmen and in- dependents both male and female This announcement comes from the interclub councils of both McMurry's women's social clubs and the men's social clubs Next week Is rush veek The women get a head start actually as they hold their tea for all girls being rushed regardless of club Saturday at 3 30 p m in the lounge of Enrollment Totals Climb McMurry's spring enroll- ment totals 1125 students registered for the spring semester r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1961

" 7 THE WAR WHOOP Pae;e2 Wednesday February 15 1961 World Neivs Comment The Challenge What is the advantage the West has over communism? The British historian Arnold Toyn- lice summed it up in one word: Liberty. Too many people in the United States have failed to jj'asp this fundamental fact: The average Asian Afiician and Latin American do not fear com- munism. Why? Because they hae never known and cannot comprehend what Western men call "Libei ty". They have known nothing but back- In ( akim toil and ti inding povei ty. Many of them sit t- strangeis to a full stomach. Palace revolu- tions hae come and gone and nothing has (hanged except the top. Since they have never been fiee in the tradition of U.S. and European peoples theie is nothing to fear from commun- ism since it exchanges one foim of dictatorship lot .mother. Today's Chinese No Worse Off Thei e is no evidence to date that the average mainland Chinese is any worse off today than be was under the war lords. There is some e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1961

THE WAR WHOOP ' Wednesday February 15 1961 Page 3 j-j WW gjffigj)V'wy Braves Meet OCU Chiefs TRACK TIir-CU'TUNS Last week captains Tor Hie 19GI track team were named. Tlic captains arc from left to right Kill It h the sopliomorc from Dumas; Bruce Land senior from Hiulej; and Paul Itankin senior trom II I'aso. Tribe Loses to ASC Wayland. Cage Season Record Now Stands at 13-6 After winning nine of 10 McMuiry a 2-1 rccoul in the. The Indians got double Games following the Chiist- inas holidays McMuuy's In- dians ha dropped two games in a row going into last night's game with Mid- western University Wayland College pounced the Tribe 05-73 last Tues- day night in Plalmiew and the Indians fell hud to the Ailington State five 73-G9 The loss to Wayland gave North zone of the NAIA go-1 figure scoilng fiom four of lnj into the Midwestern con- test In the loss to Wayland McMurry placed catch up the entire first half and fell bihind 44-30 at half time The Indians rallied mid waj in the second h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday February 15 19G1 KSf m r ? 1 1 1 1 1 fill H W Bp Mm- j& ''??" .'T lNCIti:i)lltI.i: SNOW STUDENT McMurry's science ItmdraiiKlf was visited by a new lab assistant last week. Tills super-size snow man was constructed by lab stu- dents in tbe quadrangle a lab apron was put on him and lie appeared eager to help in McMurry's scientific endeavors. His enthusiasm was short-lived however and the IiIr fellow was nowhere to be seen in a few short days. Speech Students Attend Meeting in Fort Worth Twenty-nine McMurry stu- dents went to Ft. Worth last weekend for a meeting of the National Education Theatre Association with speech In- structor Mrs. Caroline Couch Blair sponsoilng the trip. The tilp tinned Into an Intellectual tour of Ft. Woith as the .students toured va- rious points of interest tluoughout the city. Besides the business meet- ing and the various lectures oi the theatrical meeting one of the main attractions to tile students was the Produc- tion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1961

FEB fEB ? 1 fit e Ta-i THE Volume 38 !07jl0IHiIQHVirSu'ie 5vflf. -tlk As- i - s ya??Wir7l)ff3 THE RUSHED AND THE RUSHER Mrs. Phil Chappcll dean of women welcomes freshman Jo Ann Foreman as she goes through the reception line at the women's rush tea last Saturd ly. Registering Jo Ann is Barbara Foreman (seated) Jo Ann's sister. Barbara Is a sophomore member of TIP women's social club. llic two sisters arc from Spur. Indian Gridster Names Snack Bar 'Warriors' Wigwam' Wins Contest John Richey's entiy of "Waniors' Wigwam' has been named the winning entiy in the lecent contest for naming the campus snack bar located In the basement of the Rad- ford Building snack bar sup- ervisor Bruce Jones has an- nounced The snack bar will be dec- orated around the central theme as suggested by the name Jones said Rlchey sophomore physical education major from Hamlin and a halfback on the Indian football team was awarded a Danforth Lecturer to Specialist and lecturer In world affairs Lisa Sergio will ...

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