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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday February 22 1961 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Jjxxxxyv-itxx How tome from P Page 2 Effigies Unwarranted Throughout the history of the world times bave arisen that required rebellion and methods of rebellion. The circumstances bred' the methods and when the methods were successful they went down in I he annals of history. Just as inevitable as the rebellion so was it inevitable that eventual- ly the same methods would be used time and again and sometimes abused. On the American college campuses a mark of student rebellion has often been the hanging of a displeasing person in effigy. Usually the per- son has been a coach or a member of the faculty oi administration who has aroused the displeas- iii t- of the students. Often the hangings have been effective al- vas hae they been noticed. Nearly always has tin re been a rea.son behind the hangings. In recent weeks two effigies have been wit- n s-ed on McAIurry's campus. Both times the ( ncunist.inces have been vague; nei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1961

J? Torrid Tribe Sets Scoring Record Snorts - 0 kJJJW to - - J w ' W- - 8 --Olglldfe fi ff 1) u.rc whiti: CN McMuny's Indians play their two most Impoitant games of the season as they tangle with lhal Abilene Chilstlan Saturday night and battle Wo j land College next Tuesday night fm the light to advance In the NAIA playoffs Host Team I cr . Without any reservations this j ear's Indian. have turned In the best pcifor- mance or any McMuiij team In any season Ntvci befou this jcar had an Indian five von 1') Rimes in oiu season The Tribe not countin 1" t nifht's name with Au.stln College hul scoied nioie points In 22 eimes than thev did In 2r last yen The Indians have siored 1355 points to last jcai s 1777 points McMuiiy Is aillrtr alon at i late of CI ) point per gam as compared to la t j car's 71 1 Dnvrr Top Scorer Bobbv Dthei i on iop of the scoilng laee with 305 points foi an aveiage of 18 points pu game Burkhault is trying to catch up with Dilvcr as he scoitd 73 points In three gam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1961

Hungarian Hypnotist Amazes Thrills Audience at Annual Junior Follies THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday February 22 1961 By PAUL IIOLCOMI! War Wlioop IMItnr With nn amazed crowd of approximately 700 looking on unbelievingly II u n g a r 1 a n born hypnotist Franz J Pol gar pcrfoimed his "miracles of the mind" at McMuiry College's Junior Follies last Kilday night in Radford Auditorium. Dr Polgar .separated his pi oi' ram into three parts: iiiemoiy feat.s mind reading and hypno.si.s. With each Met Ion the crowd glow mors :imaed as Polgar com -pletely ruptured the Imagi Haulers to bing For Abilene Ily wayni: TIHT. ThcMcMuriy College Chan- ters are .scheduled as the feat in I'd entertainment in a presentation for the Abilene Lions Clubs noon luncheon meeting Thursday at the DK. KiciiAiti) c. von i:nm: . . . director of Chanters Alpha Chi Gives Honor Roll Tea A tea honoring members of the fall semester honor loll at McMuiry College was held Sunday alteinoon in tlie Social Hall or Uadfoul Stu...

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

Indians Lose NAIA Chance THE Volume 38 i?"t i II "S ili rKATL'KCI) ARTIST Abilene artist Mary Sears displays one of the paintings she Hill liac on exhibit at AIcMuiry. The exhibit will be displ.ijcd on the third floor of the Ad- ministration Building March 5-24. Spring Galleon Entries Due Starting Next Week By CONRAD ARCHER War Whoop Staff Reporter With a succesful voyage completed and the cargo unloaded the Fall 1960 Galleon has put into port for a well-deserved rest; however a new voyage to lands unknown is presently being chartered by the ship's captains. Devln McAnnally co-editor of the Galleon has announced that contributions to the fine arts publication will be ac- cepted at the beginning of next week. Five Divisions The same divisions which were used in the Fall Galleon will be open to contributions in the spring edition. The five divisions poetry short story essay music and art drew 75 ontrles for the fall contest and predictions of the Gal- leon staff call for a higher numb...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Page 2 Wednesday March 1 1961 Why ihe Secret? As is well known through much of the cam- pus a letter to the editor from Mr. Charles Park a few weesk ago had a paragraph extracted from it before publication. The paragraph was extracted because it con- tained certain quotes concerning the budget of McMui ry College that were incoriect. Realizing tlu -Mr. Pai k consented to the paragraph's being -' l icKon from the letter. Mr. Paik was not allowed to see the budget mid consequently he and other inteiested stu- di 'iS aie unccitain of the amount of error con- t.iini'd in the letter. It has been pointed out that in this area most c !! !cs thiomhout the nation tend to stray ;- iinewhat fioin democratic principles. !sl lllleilt - IIIIV ( n (Vinii I m M'llnnl lmf nnf mnnv oil leges allow students a chance to see the budget ol the .school. It's not that students don't trust the men vho aie hired by the school to handle such mat- te r- it's just that they aie interested too and ...

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

r" THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 1 1961 Indians Lose In Overtime With a set shot fiom the top of the circle In the closing seconds of the second over- time Abilene Christians Ro- bot t McLrod swished In two points to the tune of the buz- zei to give the Wildcats a 80- 78 lctory over MeMuny I The scoic had been tied at ' the end of the i emulation game at 65-G5 and Lance Stephens' two fice thiow- Kept the Indians alive at the . end of the first ovcitlmc 72- 72 Despite a lead as large as 10 points in the fiist half MeMuny found the going much tougher as the Wildcats foiced the Indians to shoot fiom outside more than Kim- bicU's forces wished to in the second half MeMuny led 39- I 3G at half Seven Straight losses The Indians have now suf- f creel seen -tiai'lit setbacks at the hands of Robeit Me- Leod and company Not since the 1937-1958 season has Me Muny finished on top of an Indian-Wildcat tussle The Tiibe is fai behind in oveiall victories with ACC nabbing 49 to the Indians 12 Each ...

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

KMSSlfe CWW ill 8 PB'Sfep i ' 1 1 DANIORIII I.I ( H'RI'R .Miss I.isi Sirgio Danforlli I (dun i- who spoke to Mii"1iirr students list week is sliou ii here .is she diallingcs .Mi Muiri.uis ilu rtiip ihapcl tli.il (In- isisluue of lln- United Stales (Icju-mK on tlicm .mil the t in limit r ol Ilu nitiim's vmitli. Miss Sergio spoke oiue In the lit ire stiiilint bmlj twite to history il.issis .iiid at MSM McM Chanters Present Three Concerts Sunday itv .11 an cai i i:y Wii Whoop Staff Reporter 'I lie McMuny College Cli.m- teis will presi nt tluee um- uits tills weikend wlien thty make a two-duy tiip to Malt and Waco acxoiding to Di. Kit haul (' Von Ende dlrectoi of tlie tlility-niiinbei choir 'Iho clinial gioup will leave Abilene at 1 30 p in Satuulay ui living in Mait that eve- ning Sing in Mail First The (.holi will sing foi the Sunday morning woiship .sirvlte at tlie Hist Methodist Chinch in Mait moving on to W.uo that afternoon for an nppeauuue at tlie Methodist Home A lonceit in the ...

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

THE Volume 38 Abilene Teyas March 8 1961 Number 21 Willson Lectures -warwrioop rXAGPOLK SITThR? -Not quite. Actually this picture was taken of IIarc Tinner campus maintenance super- visor as lie repaired the flagpole in front of the Ad- ministration Building. The eliiin was broken from the flagpole requiring' Pinner with the aid of the Abilene Fire Department to make the tall trip to the top to rc- piir it. Davidson Edwards Go To Studenl Gov9 1 Meeting Rondel Davidson and Sava Jo Edwaids represented McMuny at tho thirteenth annual convention of the Texas Intercollegiate Student Association lat week at the Windsor Hotel in Abilene sponsored by Abilene Chiistian College. Repiesentatlves from the 32 I tho McMuny Student Asso- member schools met for three elation the McMuiry student days entering Into discussions government had been linhnp- hearlng nationally know n I wlth TTRA .. nlnn. speakcis and electing officers I lor the coming year FcaUned business at the convention In- cluded th...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Page 2 Wednesday March 8 1961 LITTLE MAN ON "CAMPUS HHXAX(K)Au9vj9. 1 How fftmp I TISA Is It Worth It? Members of the McMurry Student Associa- tion have been questioning this year the achieve- ments and necessity of the Texas Intercollegiate Student Association. The association supposedly has had a strong purpose and an efficient set-up but this year nothing has been accomplished by the organiza- tion. The purpose of TISA as set up in the pre- amble of the TISA Constitution is "to encourage and promote active student governments to fos- ter an intelligent interest in all phases of citizen- ship and to act as a laboratory for the exchange of ideas and discussion of problems confronting the student governments of this association." Over the past year however correspondence has been neglected and the only function of the organization has been to hold the annual conven- tion (see page one of the War Whoop). The following five goals wore set up for TISA for the past year: 1...

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

Lewis Warriors Take First McM Cagersj Win 16 Tilts With the best season In the history of McMuri's hard- wood artists tucked under their belt Coach Hcrshcl Klnibi ell's basketball team has taken to the courts once more getting icady foi next season McMuny's basketball team will lose only four men due to graduation They arc Bobby Driver Ronnie Lowe Ray James and Bob DuBols Coach Klmbrclls foices are In the piocess of picparlng for next year's season which will find the Indians minus their two fine starting guards Drlvci and Lowe Kimbrell's big men will all be back Had 1G-0 Record The Indians Impicsslve 1G- 0 season recoid lepresents the best season for the Tribe In that never befoie had a Mc- Murry team won 15 games or more in one season This yeai's basketball team set a new scoring lecord one month only to reset it the next month The Indians wal- loped Midwestern lit) to 67 for the new lecord The Tribesteis found the going tough at the end of the season losing the last thiee games a...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday March 8 1961 k L PS' 'rjll k mHh K b iB I r iUKOl'C.II Till: HOOT Hi? ramie Rcusch (number 40) puts the ball through the basket in the MiMurry In- dians i.iKt loss in the final game of the season (i5-G1 to Maylanil. Teaiuinale Jerry Stone (12) looks on as Itcusih shoots Ins jump shot from the midst of Pioneers Sil MorM" (Ji) and Wajnc I.ians (22). The loss ended the Indian'' season ntord at ltt-) the best in the hislorj of the school (See page three for tape wrap-up. Senior Biology Major Wins Second in TASCA Paul Stubbs senior biology niajoi fiom Abilene was muitly nanud second place winnei In t li e biological sell me division of papu I .submitted to the Tcxns Aca- demy ol Science Collegiate Academv TASCA Counselor Sistu Jos"ph Marie Aimei lias anuounud Stubbs pa)ci "A Technique fni the Detcnnln ition of Food limits of Giasshoppeis'' was Mibnilited tit the annual Col- legl ile Academy meeting in roit Worth Deiembei 1 Re- ))oil of the outcome of the co...

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

vicivpr. . xm THE wvarwrioop Volume 38 $$!&H&fW n OHIV && SEiKiiMKl.JiSt i&txli lis Ufa PECOS MUSICIANS Sopohomorc Peggy Atcr (far right) stands with members anil director of the Pecos High School choir and stage band after their performance in chapel last Thuistlay. From left the visiting musicians are Jimmy Bennett Mac Payne Joy Smith and Director Bill Carrico Miss Ater also from Pecos was in charge of a reception for the musicians following their performance. This Weekend Ten to Represent McM At Education Convention Nine student delegates and one faculty mem- ber will represent McMurry Thursday through Rnfuvrlnv nt. r.hfl annual state Student Education Association convention in Fort Worth. Those attending fiom Mc- Murry Include Dlanne Kemp Bobbie Lemons Jo Hudson Annelle Holman Joyce Wo- mack Deanna Thomas Loyce Womack and Roy Phillips. Dr. Slna M. Mott will be the faculty member to attend. Activities during the three- day convention will consist mainly of gen...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Page 2 Wednesday March 15 1961 World News Comment j A Continued Payment The woild is spending $330 million a day $1 1 million an hour on arms and armies. In sum mankind is sending at least $120 billion annually to pie.serve its lespcctive hunting grounds invio- late or for the ultimate purpose the encroaching of those belonging to others. The United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics spend collectively about 73 percent of the total XSS billion. The arms race in brief is costing the world .S 10 a year each for eu'iy man woman and child now living. Jf the woild weie to collect all this money in- to a common pool for peaceful pui poses the aer- age annual cash income of eery Chinaman In- dian and Pakistani 1.2 billion people who net less than $100 each year could be more than doubled. The hungry among the world's three billion people count be" fed the sick piovided with medi- cal care. . . . Swords into Ploughshares An absolute end to the aims lace would r...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 15 1961 Page 3 IUc.M ACi: 1IUKDLI U Iiutl Morgan Snjclcr sophomore wun first place in the 220-jard low hurdles last Salur- daj in the Hnrdcr Oljmpies Morgan cleared the hurdles in 23.4 for a new school record breaking the old iccnrd of .23 8. Morgan is the onlj new member of tins ear's tiack team tianslerring from North lcas Stale last fall. Ko Sari Chi OmitToii Win Basketball Gaines Men's Intianmral basket- ball was resumed last week aftei a week off with Ko Sail winning two fast league games and one slow league game and XO downing the Dirty Shlits In the slow league Two weeks ago IHR won a double-header fiom the Freshman before the break for smokers and varsity bas- ketball. Ko Sari beat the Freshmen last Tuesday night 73-40 in a fast league game and sneaked past the Freshmen in the slow league same 26- 25 In one overtime . Chi Omlcron's slow league team also won In overtime last week over the Dirty Shhts 27-22 In the closing minutes Ko Sari pulled aw...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday March 15 1961 Research Conference Five to Attend Denton Meet DENTON Four students and a faculty member from McMurry College will take part in a collegiate science research conference at North Texas State College and Texas Woman's Univer lNTi:ill.STi:i TKIO Two McMurry frcslimcn and Dr. Marshall Ithcw seem to be in- tcrcslcil in the lijnin selections at the church music seminar at McMurry last Saturday. Dr. Knew pastor of the I'irst Methodist Church of Sweetwater was luncheon speaker at the seminar. The two McM frosh arc Jane Griffin (left) of Spearman and Joe Sherman of I'lainvicw. Dr. Selma Bishop Speaks on Milton At Southwestern Dr. Sclma Bishop English professor at McMuriy Col- lege spoke on Isaac Watts' ciltlcisms of John Milton at a conference March 10 at Bouthwcstforn University In Georgetown. The conference was the two-clay South Central Ren- aissance Conference and closed last Saturday. Dr. Dlshop developed the paper on Watts' criticisms In the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 March 1961

IU-V m THE Volume 38 Abilene Texas March 20 1061 Number 23 Start Thursday 9ji T- rmioop ttfwfra" v t i s':. . . PWv fita&ff HOOKS TOU BUNNIES Elaine Kilcy freshman clc- mentarj education major from Eula snaps her books for some Abilene Easter bunnies Attempting to 'sluuk' the worries brought on bj mid-semester cams Miss Kilcy gets into the spirit of the Lastcr season by mingling with these seasonal creatures. Petition Election Dates Set for Student Senate The petition deadline date and the election date for the McMurry Student Senate positions were set Monday night by the McMurry Stu- dent Council Petitions are due at noon Apill 22 and the election Is scheduled foi April 27 The dates were set at the weekly meeting of the stu- d e n t council President Johnnv Johnson presiding '61 Totems Due Mav 22 ThG 1901 edition of the Totem McMurry cfimpus yeaibook will be available for distribution May 22 Totem Editor Katherinc Biookshlre has announced Miss Biookhlre has said that the Totems...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 March 1961

r THE WAR WHOOP Page 2 Wednesday March 29 1961 Dr. Slaatte Appraises Trueblood Lectures LITTLE MAM DM CAMPUS - ii3 jirr jr3 a. a -- : By Dr. llouard Alexander Slaatte (I.dltor's Note: The follow ing Is .in appraisal by l)r Ilou.inl Slaatte visiting pro. fSMir of philosophy ami rt-ligliin at MeWurrj of the recent Willson Lectures. Dr. I. I.Iloii Trueblood guest lec- turer.) The recent lectin e seiles bj D i:iton Trueblood held at MrMimy College has been well iciclvcd and lightly so Many students faculy mem- bers and visitors were chal- lenged and Inspired by the professor Horn Earlham Col- lege to see more cleaily the Christian ocatlon to wit- ness to a world that Is sick ill h unto .spiritual anemia and cultuial rickets. Some have acclaimed the lei tin es to be the best of the Willson seiles over the years While I have only heard two of the respective .seiles I would say that those presen- ted last semester by Bishop Gerald Ensley were superior for one basic reason. They were Intell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 March 1961

Indians Host Thinclad Meet lib 4 ?'v 1 n .jkfe'f'iiv ' . . -- -....... . ..... : . viiiiTiJ THi: GREAT WHITE WAVE A uac of White tacklcrs pounce .1 Maroon ball carrier in last Tuesday's intrasquad scrimmage llic Maroons liaiukil the White team Us second straight shellacking in intrasquad games 20-0 list Tucsdav. Another sciimnngc was tentatively scheduled for vrstenlij but results ucrc not available at press time. The Maroon team won the first intrasquad scrimmage 10-8. Future -Exes Game Ends Football Drills The annual game between McMurry College's football varsity for next year and Mc- Murry's exes on the gridiron will climax the spring foot- ball drills The game will take place at 7 30 on April 4 (Tues- day night of the Tuesday clashes resume). Several of McMurry's star football players of past yeais will participate In the game In Intrasquad warfare on the football field the Maroon team has successfully shel- lacked the White team 40-8 in the first game held two weeks ago andjn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 March 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday March 29 1961 JtENAISSANCE CONFritENCE Dr. Sclma Istshop (extreme left) professor of EnRllsh at McMurry presented a paper entitled "I&aac Watts' Criticism on John Milton" re- cently at the Kcnalssancc Conference at Southwestern University in Georgetown. Here she stands with other English professors presenting papers at the conference. From left the others arc Jack E. Tcagardcn Centenary College of Louisiana; Waldo F. McNcir Louisiana State University; and Helen S. Thomas University of Houston. First of Great Issues Features English Prof The first In the scries of the Great Issues Foiiini programs was picsentcd last night In the Radford Social Hall. Guest lecturer was Dr. Robert N. Cullnrcr head of the English department at Hardln-Sim-liions University. Dr. Collmer presented this opening program on "The In- fluence of Our Cultuie Upon Literature " 'Posture Week' To Run May 1-7 "Good Posture Week" has been announced to run May 1-7 throughout the nati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 April 1961

Liu. W Mr.MURRY UlLUGt THE IfilTO I 1 II HEiflis t I i I WH :' I Mi i -WarWftoop INDIANAIRES Featured in the Chanters eight day con- cert tour scheduled to start Saturday will be the In- dianaircs male quartet. Members of the group as pictured above are (front) Frank Sitchler second tenor; (back from left) Jerry Spurlin bass Jerry Bourland baritone and Kobct Sou ell first tenor Choir Begins Tour Saturday McMurry'b Chanteis will begin Saturday an eight-day concei t tour of eleven towns and cities in West Texas and New Mexico. Directed by Dr Richard C von Ende the 30-member choral group will sing 14 con- certs in high schools and churches Santa Kosa First Saturday the group will travel by bus to Santa Rosa N M singing at the First Methodist Church there Sun- day That evening they will present the evening worship service at Central Methodist Church in Albuquerque N M Monday the group will ap- pear at Sandla High School in Albuquerque Belen N M High School and St Paul's Methodist Church...

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