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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 April 1961

I T II E W A R W HOOP Page 2 Wednesday April 12 1961 Amendment - Right Step The student government of McMurrv College is making a long step in the right direction in try-1 ing to pass the proposed amendment to take the J War Whoop editor from the throes of student government. If the editor is elected by a popular vote of the students (as has been the procedure) the students are taking into their own hands the re- sponsibility of a decision in which they have little or no insight. Under present conditions the students could elect a popular student to the office who didn't know a typewriter from a tennis ball or a head- line from a hole in the ground. Since there is no journalism department at Mc Murry few students are qualified with even the barest essentials of being War Whoop editor. Even these few can be very easily overlooked nowever in a student election. The decision must jinrl shnnlrl ho Wr im tr H-m person who knows who is capable of handling i the office. The decision should...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 April 1961

Liu Vlr.MURKY L.ULLhGl - a'tf w-. THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday April 12 1961 Indians To Enter North Texas Relays Page 3 1 i iW I 1 ! WIT J IIAWLEY COMET Bruce Land McMurry sprinter is one of the top speedsters in Texas. Land Hawley senior runs the 100-yard dash the 220-yard dash and runs on the sprint relay team the 880-yard relay team and the sprint medley team. Land also serves as one of the tri-captains with Bill Blythe and Paul Rankin. Futures Rack Alumni 28-0 McMurry College's Futures trounced the Exes in the an- nual Future-Exes games 28- 0 climaxing spring football drills The game was played Tuesday before last In Indian Stadium. Coach Grant Teaff's char- ges were sparked by sopho- more halfback Donald Davis who turned In perhaps his best collegiate game. Davis scored three touchdowns and made 238 yards rushing to pace his teammates past the out-manpowered Exes Davis clicked off runs of one 11 and 75 yards In mak- ing his three touchdowns and averaged 17 yards per carry in compili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 April 1961

National Library Week Scheduled April 16-22 National Library Week will be observed for the fourth year by the McMurry College Library April 16-22 A special feature of the week will be a book review by Mrs Clyde Jackson McMur- DBE Highlights Theme of Spring At Dinner Dance 'Portrait of Spring' was the theme for the spring Delta Beta Dinner Dance Frlr&y evening in the Paradise Room of the Sands Motel The theme was carried out with gold portrait frames complimented with pajel crysanthemums and pink but- i tcrflles j Presiding during the activi- ties of the evening was Paula I Wilson Delta Beta president During the program hour I Bobble Lemons was presented as new president of Delta Beta Other officers presented were Annette Hutchinson vice-president Gayle Rucker recording .secretary Sara Greer corresponding secre- tary Jan Wa.Ue tiejusuiei Jo Hudson chaplain and Kay I Brookshlre lntra-club representative Narrator for the pledge pro- gram portraying songs and dances of spring was Ca...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 April 1961

LIBRARY Oh ..rn ri I Fftl THE Foe Thursday -warwnoop Volume 38 Abilene Texas April 19 1961 Number 25 Day Edwards Take Offices; Class Elections Slated Next DELMAR DAY . . . wins veep race SARA JO EDWARDS . . . narrow winner Seven Students Represent McM At TIPA Meeting Seven McMurry students and a sponsor are leaving campus Friday morning to at- tend the 49th annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Associa- tion this weekend at West Texas State College In Can- yon. Representatives from the War Whoop campus news- paper; the Totem campus jearbook; and the Galleon campus llter.iry magazine; will attend the two-day con- vention along with Mr. Jack Holden publicity director and director of campus publica- tions Highlight of the conven- tion is scheduled for Sat- urday night when the TIPA awards are presented at the convention banquet. Awards are presented for the best entries from the different tchools in different divisions of the three publications. The only award winner from McMurry last yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 April 1961

I THE WAR WHOOP Page 2 Wednesday April 19 1961 Leaders Have Potential Need Student Backing Word from countless sources indicates that the conduction of the campaign speeches last Thursday left very little to be desired. The execution of the entire election both speeches and election proceedings exhibited the care and planning of the present student leaders. Probably the main defect in the whole affair was the lack of candidates. Only six candidates filed for the four offices considered. Whether this exhibits a lack of interest of stu- dents in their own governing body or whether other students felt that their chances would be small remains to be seen. The leaders chosen for next year have much potential. To realize their potential they must feel that their time and effort are accomplishing goals; they must have the remainder of the stu- dents behind them. Without purpose for their work the leaders won't give the necessary time and effort; without this time and effort student governm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 April 1961

E LIBRARY 01- SENIOR CAPTAIN Paul Rankin El Fiwo senior Is one of the three tri-capUlns this year. Rankin a quarter- mller and a member of the mile relay team la largely responsible for the success of this year's sprint medley team. Rankin runs the half-mile on the team. Sports by Lee John Dale Lewis won his second trophy this year as the most outstanding athlete of the North Texas Relays last Saturday. Lewis one of the fastest performers in the state has earned the two trophies despite critical com- ments from the holier-than-thou critics across town. Lewis also received the award at the Southwest Recreation Meet at Fort Worth. Orifl THE FRIENDLY PEPPEP-UPPEf Signals White The 9 2 100-yard dash ran by Lewis was nothing short of sensational whether you consider the 20-mile-an-hour wind or not. The attempt to discredit the merit of the run because Lewis "rolled- out" of the blocks doesn't hold water. At least four tunings were made known on the run 8 9 9 0 91 and 9 2. The main reason...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 April 1961

I I THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday April 19 1961 ENLIGHTENING CHARTS Bobbie Lemons (extreme left) junior elementary educa- tion and English major from Memphis; AnncIIe Holamn (center) junior elementary education major from Colorado City; and Donna Burke sophomore English major from Albuquerque N.M. use charts to show op posites in the story 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. These charts were on display during the McMurry Student Education Association open house last week. Director of Curriculum Speaks at SEA Meeting M. B. Morris curriculum director of the Abilene Pub- lic Schools was speaker Tuesday evening for the Mc- Murry Student Education Association open house in Cooke Building. Morris spoke on the topic "Obligations to the Con- tract." Over - all chairman for planning the open house was Lcra Jo Lackey. Subscriptions Sold Tlie open house began In Room 201 of Cooke Building. Subscriptions to various teachers' magazines were sold and refreshments were serv- ed Welcoming 3ucstF was Roy Ph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 April 1961

Liu. I U McMURRY LUlUGl ABILENE 1EXAS fc'tf THE tf1 Ttvirp Week Next Week f Volume 38 Abilene Texas April 20 1961 Number 20 Junior Election Contested rwoop Albin McCall Win Elections Leslie Albin was named sonloi picsident Chailes Mc- Call as voted Sophomoic Class president and the jun- loi chief executive was still beh-g considcied following class olnctlons last wed: Albin was named senior piey in a run-off lace with Jim Ei ke .hllc Jack Jack- son and John Garnci will o- pnsc eacn othei In a second run-off this Thmsdaj De- tails on both can be found in the story opposite this one on this same page McCall Midland was sel- ected ovci opponent Jeny Bomlind Roscoe in th tightest sophmoie ote last vsen by a count of 73-G3 bcliulc Jonc Win In uppei classman elections Jackie Schulze Waco odcd PiiTilla Oldham ri Paso 41-30 to become Senior Class student council lepiesenta- tlc Lin Jones Plalnview was chosen ovci Conrad Archer Spur by a count of 4C-37 loi sophomoie lepre- sentathc Jimmie Iv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 April 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Pago 2 Wednesday Apul 20 1061 Social Club Interference Hampers Sliidenl Unily "Mi Mum stuck nt hao no uibt to bung so- ( il iltibs into tin student political issues. On m un cimptiM niembcis of fiUoinitie : 1 soiniitics combine to foi m i ' GiecK" paity . 1 o poM' tlit independent On Uk M Mui i funpus loweei it is club iitcluh Kias Koai i.Dclt.i Deta Lpsilon 0 iinm.1 Sii'in.i cti 1 i situation is unlnaltln but still it exists 1 lions ottin s( (in to go in blocks main times t iwlid itt is clietid who has the most club I thtis (oi sst( s) in tin paiticilai otmp u b ciKiinist mt(s i thi o cm budh bi . i did 'I he unhi ilt'n situation exists iitu tlu idints an dieted I v pel sons elected to of in still idiniilnd with moup and then j cs aie constant! challenged uih was the case last weekend In a qucstion- lution louts bit) m to cll clubpaitialit I li let ion ineiCiised 1 1 'o i te i w is 1 m dl ti aiL.btencd out and a nd ilietion is 'eludulcd Joi this rlluusda ' i dliss oi....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 April 1961

THE WAR WHO OP Wednesday Api ll 20 1961 McMurry Thinclads Page 3 onsor liwitalioii tf5 ICOM) U KNSS Itn US McMum s Mil i Stcll von setnml pi u i in (lit 101) janl il ish iint it (In an- nual Kansas Utlivs list unluiul in I iwitiue Kausis The II Worth junior iNo inns on the sprint ulij tcuu and the b80 aid itliy ti im 1 Trackslcrs Make NCAA Rankings Rcporl Seeial of McMum s tlm Jns on the tiack Held In been good onouph to i ml in the National Coll g a e Ath letlc Asscclitlon s i"poit foi itnhersltks a n cl col eaps tluouth Apill 15 Bill Millet is nuked mini hci seven in the bioad jumi with a jump of 24 8 it tin Texas Relaj The nnkln is based on t) e best petfotm ance oi timing of the loin pttitor John Dale lewis Is tied foi the nunibei nine spot with a host of othei 100 j ud dish men with a tlmin of 90 Lewis Is tied fnt the number on spot in tin 100 aul dash with wind division with Stone Johnson ol Gr imblina both 02w McMurij s Bud Motgan is tied foi seventh will fnt othti hurdleis i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 April 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 Wednesday April 26 1961 Med School Fellowships Assistantships Eight McM Seniors Plan Graduate Work felif W t $&k. itf it . s?;ifAW" . m. (.ItOI N!)!!ttl KIN(. I)r Roidiiii U Dennett McMuriy ll((i pre villi nl iirisiilul at the groiiiullu raking tcre- iiiuiiits for tin new (' 1 II ml 'en Adiuiiiislralion Duild- ini list 'lliiMsiln mil liliil tin oiiisinn as the licinu- hn of i "ruli nt era' m aIlMlllr's history. In the liiik(.iniiiiil ib l)i loliu Ilkks piuftssoi of theolog at All 'Mm o No.vl Tuesday UT Professor Lcclmcs At Greal Issues Pi Joe n rinntsr ilnli- ni .n of tin (Inj)iitiiunt or yumiu in nisio-v at the Unl- v.imIv of i.xis will In -nus! spi ikn at tin On it I I oiiini Tin sd i nl hi Miy J .U 7 1(1 In Iluiroul Di 1 1 int? s lopic of lec- tin e will be Politli U and liinoinic lnlhi"nces in His- tun I lie foium will be the thhd In the Oie it Issues suks Pi la ant? s presenre Is s)i)nsond dually by the idu- ( Uloii il tommlltie of the student assotliti...

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

Lb. m w McMURRY C0LLE6L JfllLENE EXA MAY 3 ..'61 Cheerleader Tryouts This Afternoon By CONRAD ARCHER War Whoop Staff Reporter Larry Don Moore head cheerleader for the 1061-62 school year has announced that tryouts for next year's yell leaders will be held this Wednesday afternoon at 5:30 p. m. at Indian Gymnasium. Twenty-one McMurry stu- dents have been attending dally practices for the last week-and-a-half. The would be cheerleaders have been learning the ropes from this year's group of cheerleaders. They will bo Judged on the basis of five competitive yells. The panel of Judges will consist of Johnny Johnson Student Association Louanna Worlcy head cheerleader for Hardm-Slmmons UnlvecsUyj Delmar Day.'presenPMcMuf- ry head cheerleader; a fac- ulty representative who Is still to be named; and Moore. Among the coeds who are competing to fill the three available women positions arc Connie Parmelly Martha Ranson Jlmmle Ivy Tcxle Barklcy Dec Ann Lungrcn Mary Medlec jjeannle Brock Joy Pon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 May 1961

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday May 3 1961 Indian Tracksters Shine jtfcMurry's Indian tracksters put on quite a show for the' 'home folks' last weekend. By more than doubling their opponents the Warriors gave their fellow McMurrians justifiable reason to be proud. Throughout the track season the Indians hae been called one of the best if not the best college track team(s) in Texas. The Key City relays held on the McMurry cinder tiack earlier in the year found the War- 3 iors ictorious. Few McMurry students were on campus since the meet was held during the Easter holidays however and few witnessed the Braves to victory. La-t weekend the Indian cindermen respond- ed to the beautiful weather with a team effort that left veiy few McM students wondering about the quality of their track team. The Indians came through with an ovcrwhel- jninp victory giving the fans and all plenty of aea.son to think that McMurry does have one of Hit best college track teams in the state. We think it is the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 May 1961

McMurry Wins Own Meet J NT' Ace Bill Miller Broad Jumps 24-10 John Dale Lewis Runs 9.5 Century .Jw 'vSi 3 V. fffc M-Jf 4L4U&U " .. IZ sssa-ff siasKsr ST -SSSM McMl'KItY'S SIXTH SI'IMVITIt Viinlnr Jmiinv Drake of IIol)b New Mcmcii is (he sith Indian (Ins vcar to place in (lie 100-vin! dash in a meet. Drake usu.illv inns nn (lie nnlc relaj team and (lie 1 10- aril ilash but with snrmici ISruee Land in in rod mil llutl Morgan reach for limited service Coach leafl cnlciod him in the 100-vartl dash and the i.J()-vaid dash. Diake uon tliifil in the iltt anil fourth in (lie 101). Sports by Lee isy mi- wiiiti: 'Tiom rags to lichcs ' could well be the theme sons for tiack on the campus of Mc- Muny Just foui shoit ycais aco who eei hcaid of Mc- Muny in the woild of ttack1 Today howevei McMuny is considered the state's nuinboi one college tiack team ex- cluding Texas Southern which is not allowed to compete in many of the meets in the college division Coach Grant Teaff with his NCAA Handbo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 May 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Page 4 WednesdayMay-3 1961 iBanquet Honors Eight McM Indian Athletes HANQUET AWARDS These three McMurry Tnillan takers received awards for their basketball achievements at the annual athletic banquet last week. Receiving cage awards were (from left) Lance Stephens leading rc- bounder; Hobby Driver leading scorer; and Ronnie Lowe must inspirational basketball player. Slaalle to Present Final 'Great Issue' Tuesday Dr. Howaul Slaattp Mc- Miury piofes.sor of philoso phy will be featuied speaker for the la.st .session of the I Gieat Issues Foium Tuesday ' May 0. Topic for the meMln; U "A Rt'llr.lnus View of History and I C'ultuie." The .session will begin at 1-'A( 11 ill In tlll fm-llltv lounge of the Radford Build- ing. The series of lecture and discussion progiam has been sponsored by the educational I committee of the McMuny Student Association DBE Holds Parly At Lyile Shores Appioxltnatoly 130 mm- Jjpls and guest of Delta Beta Kpsllon attended a 'Clam Bake1 Ftiday eveni...

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

THE VarWlioop 001 Volume 38 Abilene Texas May 10 1961 Number 28 Senior Graduation PREPARING WARFARE on McMurry's athletic opponents are the newly-chosen cheerleaders. Larry Don Moore left leads the group as head cheerlead- er. Others (top to bottom) are Martha Hanson Jack Smith Eddie Teeter I)e Ann Lundgrcn and Joy Ponder. St ud on I Judges Council Approves Holcomb Rucker King Appointments Student judge appoint mc-nts approved by the stu- dent council Monday night name Paul Holcomb Lee King and Gayle Uucker to next year's judicial posit- ions. ppointmcnls were made by student body president administration and student Seniors Present Tuesday Program Sponsored by Sherwood Suter members of McMur- ry's 19G1 graduating class presented Tuesday's chapel program. Past and present presi- dents reviewed activities of the class since it banded in the fall of 1957. KIRoy Nolo spoke of the freshman year; Paul Stubbs told highlights of the class during his ten- ure as president of the so- phomore...

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

THE -Wrwlioop I ul llshrd urekly tcml er through May except for stated vaca- tion pcrlo Is by the students of McMurry Col- leer l ilcne Texas Opinion.1) expressed herein are those of the paper and lis cdlt rhl staff and do not neces- wrllv reflect the attitudes of the college or lis administration SII1SGKII1ION IIUCI $2 1IH lfK I dltor . . Business Minigci . . Spot ts I dltor Photogi ipher . Diirctoi of Publicity Itcpoitets P ill Unicorn') C iffey nn lie Holm in Chit It s Puk Clubs Choose '61- '62 Slate of Officers nw office is fot 1901- 'G2 1nvi been innounccd le- ctntly by t nnmbci ol cun- )Ub oiginiations Voluntccis women's le- ligious oiginiilion hib n imed S nidi i C oopi i to he id i irw bl iti ofofflecis.Othei new Ii idei b foi Volunteei b iri Suuli i Pumcll) vice pi i sldt nt 1 lien I itti sec- ret ii) ticisiuci Itcbccc i Hue n potter Sjlviildeus piojtcts eh lit m in Mjini I lb in histoi i in mil Jobcth Hcntlc) song It idei Jeny Uison ib the new picsltlt nt ol Slgnii 1 m IX ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 May 1961

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday May 10 1961 McM Tribe Wins Page 3 Three-way Meet PHOTO FINISH was evident as sprinters (left) John Dale Ix;vis and Bill Miller vied for first in the 100-yard dash at last Thursday's triangular meet between McMurry Hardin-Simmons and Arling- ton State. Miller won the race by about a yard and was clocked in 9.3 with wind. Sports Signals by Lee White With this the last issue i of the War Whoop for the school year 1960-1961 we i begin to look forward to i another successful year on the grid Iron on the hard- wood courts and on the cin ders. McMurry's first year of rebuilding under a new coach and almost a new line-up is over. The season record of 3-7 for football should be revenged next year as the Tribe could easily have one of its best years. A host ol outstanding re- turning lettcrmen make the picture for next year look much brighter than it did this time last year. Half- backs Donald Davis and Ri- chard Compton are consi- dered by many as two of the most capa...

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

Banquets Complete Llubs' Srinr Social Activities I C1 "Ut ci t ont ' icmisi- cc nl of i lie sprint; bind l()Ul lo West I ex is w is the d(( 01 ttion in 1 piogi un the nic ( f the I) ind I) iiiq ict held 1 i lil i night in the bind lull 11 mil un mix i s presented till pi Ol 1111 of SOIIgb 111(1 skit to tin roup of ip- pioxim itch GO pi rsons spec ill trusts wcie bind din ilm I)i tiitl Mis Riy- inonil Ityn mi Di ind Mis Gold in 1U inn tt I)r ind Mis I) Iluniphicy Mr ind Mis Hill I ivi ish Mrs I'lnl ( h ippi 11 md b ind be- nd u toi s Mis Dell cw- 1 11 of lniiy md Mis I M loichstoni Sweetheart Named Salui day I list Mill swccthcait J ui( II ill wis picscntcd siliidu niiht it the spi Ing IIIH b ui(i let I hi ( oipiisCInistisopho- inoi i w is pii i n i swecthe u t pin md i d lcn led loses Honoici oi the club's fli st swiilhiul iwud wis ui- ii mini d by Hill Big Chief It iiulv link n. ' n I i unit in New ()t -It ins" w is the dicoi ition motil lollnwlny i I lench tin. tin Mums wcie piint...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1961

THE - :&- arv rioop Abilene Texas Sept 16 1061 Nunihci 1 clune 13 Upperelassmen Harass Iowly McMurry Slimes B H UU 1 1 IS Billion up Slimi 1 ew s cinu 1hr tin idrd otdci fiom the lips (f ihe smcring uppei el issm in es once again It Is slime Imc on the reservation nnd timc we the incoming lrosn are the logical victims Woiklng under the assumption that there Is safety In numbers ve travel In large herds But it is useless for the meiclless WDDcr-classmen are every - where and cannot be avoided try as we may am we snmes warn wim lear ana iremujing are encouraged by the hopelto the season before us but of trouncing Aillngton State in Homecoming flying the beat the Rebels and become WCek s War Whoop will carry r- . M A Q soon begin preparation foi freshmen flag and throwing almost human fllii breakdown on the en-. Methodist Student the teepee Ullage clisscswill (he bigtest and best picnic All In all we are by now rollment story Movement group was to have Llcct faxorUt ind the cun- in...

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