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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 April 1951

Page 5 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday April 20 1951. Alpha Psi Omega Initiates Pledges at Sponsor's Home Iota Delta chapter of Alpha Psl Omega initiated its pledges Sat- urday in an after dinner ceremony at the home of Mrs. Frank Grimes sponsor. Pledges initiated were: Malone Keltner Cleo Tarter Lu- ther Walker Sara Dickinson Loy- al Sparks and Glenncth Harring- ton. At 6:00 o'clock a buffet dinner Art Students Attend Lytle Lake Picnic Students from the Tuesday aft- ernoon art lab journeyed to Lytle lake for a picnic this week. Those attending were Lloyd Blanks instructor Kenneth Weav- er Peggy Wise Jody Dunlap Vir- ginia Rogers Barbara Davis John West Emily Hcndrlx. r MMNMKMMMK3MMMI JOLLY CLEANERS Across the Street from the Campus 2234 South 14th Phone 8329 i OMMMMOMMMMOMMMN s&esas ccws ecwas J. R. Fielder FIELDERDILUNGHM LUMBER COMPANY Cooks' Paints and Varnishes . . Windows . . . Moulding Dial 8171 or 8172 Ljttrf9S fgyasa gJSSi etJ93$ ec&29 J-3 tf3W wMwiiniMMjmmMiwiwMMjmfMM...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 April 1951

Pe6 The War Whoop Friday April 20 1951. CAMPUS EXCHANGE Hohtra College Chronicle Probes Illegal Election By KMILY LEDIIKTTER A recent student counrll election at Hofstra college Hempstead N. Y. was called illegal nnd thrown out by the campus election com- mission. Many voters said the commission were being Illegally influenced by rnndidatcs. The Hof.stra Chronicle student weekly was first to point out these Illegal practices. The paper de- clared that representatives of all four candidates had exerted co- ercion on the voters to cast ballots for their respective candidates. "At find" said the Chronicle "there woh marked opposition from all side. Many students In- cluding some in high govern- ment positions suggested that the Chronicle mind Its own busi- ness . . ." The Chronicle's view of the whole incident was summed up in its editorial: "This Is no laughing matter . . ." The Skiff Texas Christian uni- versity hnd in mind an object lesson : "There are better things than notoriety. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 May 1951

War Whoop Wins First Place In TIPA's Second Division The War Whoop has recently phy was made in nsscmly Monday ilsnn nnd Mrs. Claude Morrison been nnmed Aral place winner of by Frances Hynds editor ns stntf ehnperone. the second division of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association and has also been given First Class Honor Rating by the Associated Collegiate Press. Tho Ttl'A sward was made last week at the annual conven- tion held In Alpine at Hul Rons College. Claude Morrinon won drat place and a JUl eash prim for the top news photo of tho eon test while Frances llyndn took second in the essay contest. The TIPA group Is divided into three divisions; large colleges tmall colleges and junior colleges. North Texas State Teachers Col- lege won first In the large division McMurry the second and Ama- rlllo the third. Formal presentation of the tro- Campus Calendar ....Saturday May ft TIP picnic; MoMurry Theatre picnic; Ko Sari banquet; Band banquet. Mondayt May 7 General as- sembly; De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 May 1951

The War Whoop Friday May 4 1961. Pag 2 McMurrv Ph.D. Study at Tokyo U. By JACK HAMPTON McMurry seniors wlw plan to rntcr graduate school within n few nionthH might get along easier If limy could talk with one of their former schoolmates W. B. Swim 10IK McMurry graduate who re- cently was accepted for graduate study In the University of Tokyo. Swim known at McMurry as "Dub" Is a short-term missionary to Japan under the Methodist ".1- 3" plan. In recent letters home "Dub" explained to his parents the Bcv. and Mrs. V. B. Swim managers of the McMurry Bookstore that he mlKht have opportunity to take graduate study In Japanese his- tory but that colleges in Japan wmmmmMKMMMmmitMiniawmm RUSSEY'S Printing Company South Second at Elm Phone 4722 fWMaMMMMMJmUUtMJIMXnt FRY'S McMURRY GROCERY 2041 South 14th St. Khone i-vuu ABILENE BOWLING PALACE I I A good place to meet . . . Open every night 465 CYPRESS I 1 I Drink 1 DrPepper I When Energy Is Low 1 tfJ . Hook what we have in stock" fc fTl fiir ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 May 1951

Conference Meet iJHMt ifhlm' Nek llw ni. SMmWf f JIH Jam. RlJB REMEMBER THIS PICTURE? Evidently the judges of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association did too for they judged it tops in the annual TIPA contests. Claude Morrison photographer won a $5 prize as his reward. Competition included 15 other pictures entered by schools ranging in size from North Texas the largest to McMurry the smallest. All-Intramural "Five" Selected by Coaches Coaches of Ave of the men's in- tramural basketball entries Mon- day named the 1951 All-Intramural squad. The selections were com- posed of a first and second team along with honorable mentions. Rating the first team were Floyd Sampson and Gerald Jen- nings of the Juniors Danny Slmros of the Freshmen Will White of the Sophomores and Veston George of IHR. Selected for the second team Cagers Begin Spring Workouts Spring training for basketball began this week and will last through May 9 says Mel Jowell head basketball coach. et? i. : t m i t vnwrnm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 May 1951

WITHOUT RESERVATION Scribe Says "So Long It's Been Good fo Know You n KRANCKN IIVNIW "So long it's been good tu know you!" This In the theme sour of "With- out Reservation" this week. Kor next work Willie (alius Will White i:pv editor) nnd I will co- edit the paper then the flnnl Issue will he edited solely by Willie. II'h been Inn lnt needle In ay 11 V bcn work. No! work in the Kcnsc of drudgery Inttead work In the eno of pleasure for frankly I really go for thin newtpaper htinlnewt. Probably the moat enjoyable part of Uie entire year has come about as the result of endless edi- torial campaigns. Perhaps we have accomplished a few things. At any rate we have tried. Course there were several unpleasant incidents connected with these campaigns but they were compensated by successful remits in the long run. I've horn called a radical a rabble runner and numerous oili- er name but It hadn't mattered. I've JiihI gone on editing Ibe Whoop like 'c nhiay believed II nhould hi emitted. I'll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 May 1951

1 Delia Beta TIP Kappa Phi The four women's clubs Delta Beta Epsilon TIP Gam- ma Sigma and Kappa Phi took in their pledges as new members last week and last night in the traditional candle- light ceremonies. DELTA nKTA EP8H.ON In a formal candlelight Initia- tion Jnn niiuk president o flic lut- ed when Delta Beta Epsilon took in six new members April 20 In the club room of the Student Life Center Now members Annelle Lovelndy Jerry Phillips Mac Alice Vaughn Bett Sue Wtdner Allenc Sherrlll and Juanita Staggs were presented nt the binqucl the following night TIP Eleven Gobbettes became full- pledge members of TIP last night In a candlelight ccremonv at the Gypsy Younger to Give Senior Voice Recital Gypsy Younger senior soprano will be presented tonight in the Radford Student Center auditorium by Mrs Gypsy Ted Sullivan Wylie in her formal senior voice recital The fourteen-number program will begin at 8 p.m. Charle F. Wootton associate profeiwor of music will none a the accom- panist. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 May 1951

pr The War Whoop Friday May 4 1951. Wah Wahtaysees Conduct Annual 'Report Assembly' Outst imlltiK nt tl Hits nt nidi (iimpus oiiiul7iit Inn wns niiwnl In t(idis nssi inlih iinili l llii smtisot ship il tin Willi Wnhtiix si t s I tilth Utllii ttn )li sul (I lit tin ttiulltlf mil pi imiiiii xxlth assist nun ft mi l'its Milium mill loxn M(('illl( Highlight or tin plop ini whs thi miniiiiiKi mi nt or individuals mid i viiits wlili li would In ( uw I on tin link of tin Toll in pili tlllH M II Tin si nil President ol StudLiit Hml liu lliurison Piisliiont of W'nh W ihtsii KniiU bodhiltei Hind Yill Iuiilir Pddii Hill rooth ill Ciptnlns n ill IMIx mid I lod Simpson ( hii f MiMurr Hob Ktilv Cimpus Qui in Tnn Rliuk Ilpdit it ion ot Kidlold Mtmnriil it urli nt I .ill Cintil Hi ill Row I mil Past Wist lo ilh ill (1 inn Sin Piiini isi o I1PA i onw niton In W ii Whmp llist.pl in i hss 11 in wsp i i i out i st I run i s Hnd sot ouil pint i (ism umtist Claudi Moms in tit st pint photo niws intpst In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

Traclcsters Gather at McM 21st Conftrenct Track and Field Event Starts Today McMurry College welcome the Texas Conference. The 21st annual Texas Confer- ence Track and Field Meet opens thla afternoon at 4:00 p.m. on Mc- Murry's newly-constructed cinder track. The preliminaries will be preceded by a brief meet of the track coaches in the gym. Following the field events open- ing at four the races begin at 4 :30. Participating today and tomor- row will be Abilene Christian Howard Payne Austin College Texas A&I Southwestern and the host McMurry. ACC's Wildcats who have rolled up the greatest parade of track and field triumphs this season in the history of the school will be favored with HPC's Yellow Jackets to take the conference crown. Officiating at this season's TC TC Edition Dedicated To Hilliard Holmes The Texas Conference though mall has become recognised through the pant yean as one of the better conferences In the state. It Is only through the ef- forts and endeavors of man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

ttm Inn I Ml litu ! tiqulri Good evening ladies and gentlemen thin 1$ your roving television reporter VISITING EDITOR It's amazing the amount of subversive material and dis- guised propaganda one finds in the little things which make up everyday life. For example a current hillbilly song entitled Mr. President begs HST to go down on his knees and beg forgiveness for firing Gen. Douglas MacArthur. If thfit isn't written by and for scandal-stirring Republicans then they've missed a good chance at anti-administration propaganda. The song moved Fort Worth Star-Telegram amusements columnist Irvin Farman to draw "one unescapable conclu- sion the song is sure sad." He notes that one disk jockey took particular care "not to take any sides" in introducing the record. Another little ditty called Oh What Oh What Am I Doing Down Here pleads the case of an unsuspecting soul who has landed in Hades after his death. He pleads with his wife his lawyer and his pastor to help him get out but they are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

SOCIETY Tha WAR WHOOP Band Uses xComn' Round The Mountain' Theme MoMuri Iiidi'in Hind had Its annual banquet nt the Windsor Hotel Saturday. HiRllltnllt Of till' CVOIling WOH IliO presentation ol the oiflccis tor the comliij? yea Dick Hicncmnii is the now ptosld'ht Hill Schooler vUe-piesident; and Elaine Tsbeli xeoiotary-tio'tMUer. Carring out the theme "Cnm- in' 'Kiuind the Mountain" eve anil iiiemlieis gne u program hIiiiwIiik the progress made in the lilt lie cnrs. Norma Sc- clirlst of the class or 1050 sang nine Moon." Kes Walter Chal- eralt llnliert Carson and .lohn- nte .tones of the el ass of '411 gne their part of Collegiate Cantors a MeMurry trio. Nor- ma and Walter then ming "In- dian Love Call." The second part of the program featured Helen Starr and Cathy Be.ilrd In a tap routine to the band arrangement of "April Showers." Bonnie Boyd sang "In My Usual Style" accompanied by Elaine la- bel 1. Johnnie nrnnt president of the band was master of ceremonies Special guests were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

Hilliard Acts AsDirtctor For 21st Meet This iiftci noon nt 4 p m. n fa- liiill.ir voice Will on again gn booming H ross the lociil clnder- pith nnil McMuiry campus that of Vermin llllllnril. MeMurrjN track roach and Athletic director Millard In serv- ing as meet director and an- nouncer fur this the 21st annual Texas Conference track and Hold meet. It Is his second successive year to serve In this capacity. Here's whit Hilliard says annul the Indians' chances today and to- morrow. "McMurry has this year one of the .st longest balanced teams In history as shown by Its strength "IIMMMMM ... too slow" thinks McM's Vernon Hilliard. In dual and tri-mccts but is plagued by many newcomers and Is short on outstanding men. My boys should place heavily with seconds and thirds with the main chances for firsts being in the broad Jump and discus. Hlllinid considers the Texas Conference to be one of the tough- est in Texas If not in the nation. "Top boys in the conference are some of the bent boy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

'Cap' Shelton's Team Strong Contender for Flag How mil I'imk's lint 1 1 u It nnd Hold squiitl (ouhcd l the di-in ot nil Tevis CnnliMiMH ( n ic lic "Cup" Slieltnn Is ns itsiiil II stloiij; i nntciidci 1m tin1 eoiitiMiMu i' i li itn- pinuship Running .il'iiosl "pu" with pnw Ml til Abilene Cllliitl.in the Yellow .1 idiots will lit' p li oil liv spii'itu 11 ij (It'll Fields tlist inn- man V. i Mm us .mil liuidlt'l Chilli. Wliltt I lelcls is the Texas Hcluxs 100- ard ilnsh (lump mill lie plaeeil sccmid ill tht' Kansas Kilis. nuins piolnbh one ot Toms' lop tw.i-nilh is is iltculv iii- hoiilel of the TC mile -mil White is one of the lop hurdlets in the nation The Yellow .Titkets should place hrivih In the splints lun- dli's mil the milp Hole Is a p iltlil gUiiie it I IPC s season: llouiirtl Pamii' llnlsheil third behind ACC anil North Texas ill the Border Olympic ut Ijireilo. White set n now moot record In the 2?0-.nri1 low hurdles unit Burns took the mile. Tho Stingers nioyotl up i step t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

Page 6 The War Whoop Friday May 11 1951. Si TC Schools Enter Track and Field Circus ACC Shot Put - Tom Smith Oscar Dnrncy VirKll Bennett. Discus - Smith Doracy Tom Wheeler. HlRh .lump- Los Vanovcr Steve Kramer. Javelin Paul Faulkner Jeep Brock. Broad Jump Jim Anderson Herman Anderson Bennett. Pole Vault Faulkner Rex Ben- nett Al Craiff. 440 Relay -John Morlan Pete RaRU-s Ruddy Garner Bailey Woods. Mile Run- Boh Penick Sam Volpc. 440-yard Dash Leon Lepard Sam Volpc Pete Rnpus Morlan. 100-yard Dash Woods J. An- derson H. Anderson. mMMWwmw Courteous Service McMurry Barber Shop 2246 So. 14th St. VMMwMMMMMjrnaaonD m v m- m Convenient Credit Terms No Extra Cost TSSBT 382 Pine Phone 4900 I nr- "-T-fti-tt NH JOLLY CLEANERS Across the Street from the Campus 2234 South 14th Phone 8329 120-yard High Hurdles - - Burl McCoy. 880-yard Run Lepard Penick Volpc. 220-yard Low Hurdles McCoy Garner. 220-yard Dash Woods Ander- son Ragus Garner. Mile Relay Garner Volpc Ra- gus Lepard. iipo Shot Put Bill ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

Friday May 11 1051. The War Whoop Page 7 7e;fc&4 (fatfaiwce m Pictunet -mt-? i m "-v'"i-(" w?53"t'PIS ) iv & X f 7 .4 - . ? a . y f h 1 - ' 'I S .X INDIAN SPRINT Kl'.I.AY TEAM--Three seniors and a freshman make up McMurry's 440 relay. Ieft. to right. freshman Richard Higgins and seniors Bill Moring Jack Arnold and Bobby Carter. iHSSK?s'!i ' - SHOWN IS Howard Payncjs W. C. Burns considered one of Texas' top milers and cer- tainly the best in the Texas Conference. He is co-holder of ithe Texas Conference record in the event and this season lias won at the Border Olym- pics the Southwestern Recre- ation Meet and has also an- chored the Yellow Jackets' distance relay teams. IIAYDKN FIELDS HPC's famed sprinter won the 100- yard dash at this year's Texas Relays and placed second at the mammoth Kansas Relays meet. He and ACC's Bailey Woods are considered to be leading contenders for the Texas Conference's dashes. W?IM PICTURED IS THE CINDEKPATII being used for the 1951 Texas Confer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1951

Page 8 WJmjjpJMMJWfJJWJMPJWWMJ frJWMrjrFJWJMMHrwjrjrJH The War Whoop ZXiViSXiiZViZViSiaSiS- McMurry College Welcomes You to the 2 1st Annual Texas Conference Track and Field Meet vvvvvvJvWwvvvvvvvv Friday May 11 1951. 1 i ! awcaacscsattcosawtfeft

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 May 1951

122 to Receive Degrees Graduation activities for tile "Silver Annlvcrmry and also tho First" senior class will be rounded out this morning at commcncc- inent exercises It's the "Silver Anniversary" class because it's the 25th to re- ceive degrees from McMurry and It's the "first" because it's the first to graduate In the Radfoid Memorial Student Life Center aud- itorium. Dr. John Gross of the Methodist Board of Education Nashville will give the address using "Fruits of Your Thoughts" as the topic. Dr. Harold G. Cooke president will give degrees to the 122 sen- iota with the assistance of W. B McDanicl dean who will present the candidates for degrees and an- nounce the honor graduates. Receiving honorary degrees will be the Rev. Hubert H. Bratcher pastor of St. John's Methodist church Lubbock who gave the baccalaureate sermon Sunday the Rev. Eugene Slater pastor of the Polk Street Methodist church Amarlllo; and Trent Root comp- troller of SMU. Since only one commencement la held for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 May 1951

The War Whoop Tuesday May 22 1861. Page 2 1951 Seniors Reveal Last Will Testament in Chapel Frances ffymfs Is 'Ul fie Girl a Long Way from Home' In keeping with the traditions of McMurry College we present to you at this tinii' tin- la.si Will aiid Ti-Hliinii'iil of the Senior class This Will hiis been legally notarized jmd shall be enforeed to the fullest extenl of the law. Any disfavor on the part of the party of the tirst part ot the parly of the second part Hliall report to the dean im- mediately. He is especially known lor his comforting shoulder. 1. Prank Matthews leaves hit- poetic .style with Paul Srhuelke to sec what he can do with It. 2. Myra Cooke leaves her swim- ming suit to Hetty Mier.s she never uses it anyway. 5. Francos Hynds leaves her magnetic way with Miss Chris to Betty Stephens. A. Joanne Akcns and Pat Miller didn't want to leave anything and we thought that it was only right since they aren't taking anything with them. .V .lame Halo wills his mas- ter keys and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 May 1951

Class of '57 Completes Its College Career of 48 Moons Forty-eight moons ago a smalt tribe of 118 squaws and DS bucks entered the reservation to be train- ed so that they might follow in the footsteps of their brave fore- fathers. This tribe left wigwams pueblos adobe huts and other va- rious dwellings to join a famous well-known tribe. They became a part of the great McMurry Indian tribe and from that day these many moons past have learned the cus- toms treaties partaken in the pow-wows fought and bled for this most famous of all tribes. This band of the McM tribe was the greenest bunch of renegades ever to enter the front flaps of the big hogan. Instead of the usual red coloi of an Indian they resembled the green corn of their fathers. It was here that they Rweated out the orientations signed their x's and smoked the pcaceptpe with their great white fathers. They quickly learned to Button-up in true Indian fashion. They began to partake In the tribal functions. An usual they had li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 May 1951

Page 4 The War Whoop Tuesday May 22 1951. Future of Everyone Is interested In the future. At this time of the year the seniors are especially inter- ested In their outcome. Annually nl this assembly program a proph- ecy following the ridiculous angle usually Is given. Considering the seriousness of the world situation and the lightness that prevails so much anyway we have chosen to betray the same seriousness in our prophecy of the W51 graduates. It's the year 1971 and we find . . . Allen .1. Adnms following the profession he studied so diligently at McMurry he's serving as a bartender at a San Diego bar ably assisted by his wife Liverne Adams. who is taking care of the customers. Leaving her first-love dramatics for a similar Held we find Joan Akcns entertaining in the bar as a torch-singer. It's a beautiful day in New York and as we walk past Central Talk we see Flop Chambers dusting the benches an old habit he got into his last year in college. Walking on down towards the zoo we ...

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