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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 1962

# Tuesday, October 16, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Three Hillbillys Invade Campus for Dog patch Doin's i if # I ft ■> cedj the d' o thel i ■ >< : ■ ' 1 Li * ■■ t' 'anM 1:1 U A FAMILY PORTRAIT seems to be in order on Sadie Hawkins day as [ocaI dignitaries pose for tbe cameraman. They are, left to right, Mary Ann Lee, Mammy Yokum; Joe Farley, Pappa Yokum; Judy Johnson, Daisy Mae, and Marvin Picha, Li'l Abner. -i DOGPATCHER, Mary Flippo, gets in the spirit of Sadie Haw- kins day with some liquid spirits. BEVERLY WILSON finds there is more fun in kissin' the de- puty than the pig. JOY McCALLISTER and Don Payne enjoy Sadie Hsu/vkjns Day festivities DR. RONNIE McCOY entertains with his enlarging machine at Sadie HavVkins program. LOCAL DOGPATCH lad, Benny Younger, "is snagged by a hopeful Sadie Hawkins lass.

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 1962

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 16, 1962 Grecian Student Comes 7,350 Miles To See Sister and Continue Education CKRIS CASSALIAS, foreign student from Greece, was the Na- tional Track champion for four years. While in Texas, he enjoys learning to play American sports. Dateline... TWC Tuesday, Oct. 16 . 6:30 p.m., Autiss Meeting , ^ 7:30 p.m.. Student Conservative Society, BSC Wednesday, Oct. 17 0:30 p.m., MSM Thursday, Oct. 18 4:30 p.m., SAI Pledge Service 0:00 p.m., Sigma Tau Delta 7:30 p.m., Football Intramurals, Freshman vs. Sophomores Friday, Oct. 19 Friday through Sunday. BSU State Convention, San Antonio, Texas 7:30 p.m., Sophomore Social Saturday, Oct. 20 EA l'rojeet „ Autiss Project 7:30 p.m., Deka-Sakkara Party Monday, Oct. 22. Wilson Lectures 4:30 p.m., Volleyball 7:30 jjjn., Football Intramurals, Junior^ vs. Seniors. Tuesday, Oct. 23 4:30 p.m. Volleyball AOARRYIRZANUCK *rf%m production «fia Mm&P as* ■ <\ m iffliicooftLiiif'mm richarbd'zanuck No one under 16 w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 1962

■ dav, October 16, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Five Badminton Champ Joins Faculty Finds Texans Are Physically Fit SETTING UP THE VOLLEYBALL net for one of her many PE cesses is Miss Betty DuVali, new instructor from Memphis, Tennessee. CLUB NEWS English Clubs Will Meet „i> Sigma Tau Delta will holti its be held immediately after assemb- first meeting of the year Thurs- ly, Thursday, Oct. 18. day, after assembly, in the Blue Trips and films of interest to Room of the Fine Arts Building, everyone are planned for the year. Sigma Tau Delta, the departmen- SEA , , . ... , , , , , , T, , . ... „, a ■ pressed a desire to find someone tal club for English majors, will The Student Education Associa- _ .. , , , . . , .. . ... " , m , . 1, . to practice \vith to prepare for the hold an important election at this tion met Thursday, Oct. II, in the 1 „ , meeting. All English majors are MSM Center for its first business uptom,n* tourneys. Perhaps there , ' is someone around who is either meeting and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 1962

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 16, 1962 Seniors Tumble Freshmen 34-6 In Third Straight Football Victory DON WHITE, Rusty Moxley. and Curtis Ford carry an-injured teammate off the field during an intramural football game between the freshmen and seniors. For the first time in three years the class? of '63 won a football game tney handed the fish their third straight defeat Thursday evening by a score of 34 to 6. Bobby Moore, who replaced the injured Pat Wadlington at quarter- back, led the senior attack as he passed for three touchdowns and ran for another six points. The sun i or defense remained strong throughout •••t^ie "game, yielding only one touchdown to the fi^h. Appearing evenly matched, both teams had trouble moving the ball during'the first quarter which end- ed in a scoreless tie. But with.two minutes and twenty seconds having lapsed in the second quarter, a pass from Taylor to Osteen .guve the fish their first and only score of the game. t •i'he fish kicked off and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1962

: -,x -v. THE BEREAVED MEMBERS of Sorodin's family, Linda Whitley, Cheryl Williams, Jo Lu Mocre, and Dick Htfag. are reluctantly interviewed^y the press, Linda Griffin and Charle? Wiffett. Silas Huohes, as Sprodin's valet, Sebastien, looks on. ftii RAMBLER VOLUME 35 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE PORTffi/ORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1962 At Fort Belknap Dr. Sone Stresses Importance Of Preserving Historical Data bv Ann Gilliam Rambler Staff Writer Names and events in Texas his- tory, onee obscured by time, t&ok on dimensions of reality for the visitors at Fort Belknap Saturday. The tread of troopers' boots was heard once again on the parade grounds as the Pershing Rifles drill team of Midwestern Univer- sity's ROTC passed in review. The occasion was the annual meeting of the Fort Belknap His- torical Society, at which Dr. Law Sone, president of TWO, was guest speaker. Other speakers at the meeting were: Mr. James Day, director of the state archives in Austin, Judge Renne \llred, of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1962

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October A otnmiuuAm f / s. C xistence of L yu. n /,/ n / Within f- ower of the f~ eojjte It. the Communist theory of absolute socialism breaking down into nothingness? According to several authorities on the socialistic system. Communism has developed several iaults which will lead to its eventual downfall Allen W. Dulles, former Director of the Central Intelli- gence Agency, has stated: "Some of the steam has gone out of the early, evangelical ^fanatical drive of Communism. And it is a tarnished thing. It can never really live down Stalin's record of terror." The real Achilles' heel of Communism, however, lies in its agricultural system. Karl Marx stated in his political doctrines that the agricultural system would be used to build up a giant industrial world and* would then be destroyed in order to make way for more machines. This idea has only one fallacy—Russia must keep a dominate agricultural system in order to feed her starving millions! Failure ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1962

Tuesday, October 23, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Three Bob] last I oun-1 af- Thej VI- Fjjrt I Dateline... TWC Tuesday, Oct. 23 4:30 p.m., Volleyball practice Wednesday, Oct. 21 4 to 6 p.m.. Intersorority Tea. Bod/: Student Center 6:30 p.m., MSM Thursday, Oct. 25 (> p.m., Senate Meeting 7:30 p.m., Intramural Football, Freshmen vs. Juniors. Friday, Oct. 2fi Gamma Omicron Slumber Party, Home Economics Building 7:30 p.m., EA-DD Party $ Saturday,, Oct. 27 Deka Project 7:30 p.m., MSM All-School Street Dance Monday, Oct. 29 4:30 p.m., Volleyball Practice 7:30 p.m., Football Intramural, Sophomores vs. Seniors 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Choral Festival Rehearsal 10:00 p.m., Hallowe'en Party, Elizabeth and Dan Halls. Tuesday. Oct. 30 , ' ■ 7:30 4>-in., Faculty Dinner, Woman's Club Halloween Party for Tarrant Home, BSU i t :— A Flair for th e. Gay World of Fashion Holds Exciting Future for HE. Major Club News \ Sakkara Initiates, Has Informal Dinner Sakkara social fraternity form- ally initiated seven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1962

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 23, 1962 German Prof Urges Language Study, Hopes to Travel, Complete Doctorate A native of Pine Bluff, Arkan- sas, and an ordained minister is the new assistant professor of Eng- lish, speech, and German on campus. He is Mr. Carl G. Shrader, who holds a bachelor of arts degree from Baylor, master of . ts degree from Texas Christian University, and a" bachelor of divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theo- logical Seminary. Mr. Shrader has begun work on a doctorate at the University of Iowa. At TCU Mr. Shrader was assist- ant to ihe Dean of Men, in charge of the men's." dormitory, and a member of Phi Delta Theta, a so«- ial fraternity. Ordained Minister As an ordained minister of the United Presbyterian Church in the USA, he was a minister at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Denton for four years. For the past four summers he has worked at camps and confer- ences. At Lake Texoma, for in- stance, he taught junior and senior high school stude...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1962

V 75 lay. October 23. 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Five Typical Fish Announced At 'Debeannie' Dance The typical fish of this year's Freshman Class were announced at the Sophomore party held Friday ni^rht, in Boaz Student Center. T'.i-y a re Maggie Hearst'of Dallas, : Mike Martin < f Fort Worth. , The Sophomore party was the climax to all of the activities of Fish Week. .Jieid Clayton's Combo provided the music for the "de- beannie" dance. Entertainment included a skit, song, and"poem. "The Villain and Lady Isabell" featured Jacque Mc- Neil and Beverly Wilson. Wanda Johnson accompanied Babs Ful- w jtfrrantf''Susie- Ford read "The Flowering Peacfi" depicting the four stages in Sumida sang. Joe 1'aVle.v, president of the Sophomore Class, told briefly the purpose of Fish Initiation. He then, with sword in hand, and with the ■ 'biT sophomore officers, debean- all participating freshmen to fol- low faithfully. Monday was "Day of Meditation i and Preparation;" Tuesday, divss- up Day:" Wednesda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1962

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 23, 1962 *■ Junior Squad Defeats Sophs 28-0; Runs Winning Streak to Three Monds; mores son. H The .) ii mtravnuri If! t-at th i i: their 1 u>- ihjr this BILL BAKER d ives in to make a tackle during the intramural football game between The freshmen and.„4pphomores. The freshmen were defeated 7-0 in a tight, hard-fought football game. Sophs Oust Fish 7-6 In Football Battle e in a tc the game was mus-h th<- score ridkat. -. was as small as ■ ns going into the fin- al quarter (if play, and the S .pho- mores scor-cd "twic only ttf h:rvt> both touchdowns called back cause of penalties. One of the two touchdowns that didn't count was a sixty-five yard pass from Jerry Gilbert to Eddie' Hargjrcve. but a holding penalty ;rt>: score. The Juniors showed theJ^ligh scoring offenses as usuai^Wartijig by eight-- points at the end of trie- first quarter as David Buck reran scored the first toiwjfdown from two yards and then passed t., Bill- Baker for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1962

JUDGE GEORGE IEXAii i ■\ GGU.EQE THE RAMBLER VOLUME 35 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FORT WORTH. TEXAS.'TUESDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1962 No. 6 Production Slated Nov. 2-3 "Nude With Violin" will be pre- sented in the Fine Arts Auditori- um Friday and Saturday evening, Nov. 2 and 3. The Noel Coward play is -direct- ed <jby Mason Johnson, head of the speech-drama depart m e n t. Mr. Cecil Cole, instructor of speech, is technical director of the play. Faculty and students will be ad- mitted to the production on their activity cards. General admission is $1.50. Necessary changes have been made in the cast because of the ill- ness of I.inda Whitley, who was to have played" the part of Isabel So- rodin. Jo Lu Moore has been recast in the part. Linda Heaton will play Pamela, and "Lewis Miychbanks will play Fabrice". Others in the casf will femain as originally cast. Silas Hughes plays Sebastian; Cheryl Williams, Jane; V # 0 _ Dick " Hoag, Colin; Jan I« lowers, Any a Pavlikov; Sandra Ford, Cher- ry-May...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1962

Page Two THE RAMBLER a Reds' vs. Pirates' In Greatest Game Soviet "Reds" vs. tlnited States "Pirates?" Undoubtedly this crisis will be the greatest • game" that the free world has and will ever engage in. It could be the short-burning fuse that might finally set off the gigantic ther- monuclear powder keg that the United States and other free nations throughout the hemisphere have been' sitting on since the Korean "cold war." It may even possibly be the "Pearl Harbor" of an oncorfiing World War III. Why is this a time of crisis? Two men, a fat, envious shoe-banger and a bearded throwback from the days of Latin- American revolutions, have made it such. They now hold the t of an atomic world war in their incompetent hands. >■ What is the cause\f this crisis? The United States has encircled Cuba with a ring of warships in order to keep out further building materials for two nuclear missile sites already established in the heart of Cuba. These bases, which our ardent shoe-banging "fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1962

Tuesday, October 30, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Three 'Retiring' Professor Likes Teaching, Finds Travel Challenging Experience by Mary Alice King Rambler Staff Writer A world teacher, writer, and traveHSr is serving as visiting pro- fessor of sociology at Texas Wes- leyan College. She is Dr. Mattie Lloyd Wooten, who was born in East Texas and was graduated from Sam Houston State College. She taught school for four years before her marriage to Charles Wooten. After his death she resumed her education in preparation for a writing career. After receiving her B.A. degree and M.A. degrees at the University pf Texas, she took over a temporary teaching position at Texas Woman's University. * However, she remained at T.W.U. for twenty-four years and during this time taught sociology, was director of the Department of Sociology, and was the dean of women for 15 years. . While at T.W.U., she introduced the Cooperative Dormitory System which enabled a girl to live on five dollars a week by bringing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1962

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 30, 1962 Freshman. Comes to TWC From Israel To Gain Education In Mathematics ELIAS TOUBASSI, a freshman from Jaffa, Israel, is found studying his favorite course, math. He was recently elected a * freshman class senator. - Campus Window by Bill IJftssell Romanoff's restaurant in Holly- , wood at SO.000,. a aighfr a"ffl^vere Last Thursday. I had dinner engaffe(1 t0 play at dinners and with a, very nice young man who top 30ciety affMr|J at New York's in three or four weeks skyrocket- to[) hotels. ed from a so, so salary as a band The fecM.d that Jogy ha(J wpit_ leader to earnings that now reach ten ahd recorded, .The Peppermint six figures a year. Six figures a Twist;> was raoving toward the year, yet Joey Dee still jungles two million 3ales mar^ Then film with the guys he knew in Passaic, producer Harry Ronim signed Joey N.J. to a three-picture contract. His While having a nice big steak; ,atest_ Two Tickels tb PariSi is at the expense of Mr....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1962

Tuesday, October 30. 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Five Study Programs Open AtJEyropean Schools Tii. application period for spring semester study programs conduct- ed .it the universities of Vienna and Freiburg by the Institute of European Studies opened official- ly .>in October. Each proj&am includes formal classes, lectures, seminars and field-study in Europe, and is de- signed to fulfill usual course re- quirements at its academic level. The program at the University of Vienna will" admit those with sophomore or junior standing as of Feb. 2, 1963. It will combine Eng- lish-taught liberal arts and gen- eral studies courses, intensive Ger- man language instruction, regular university courses tauj ht in Ger- man for 'those Competent in that language and supplementary lec- tures and seminars. Previous know- ledge of Gerfnan is not required. Juniors-Only Program The "Das Deutsche Semester" program at the University of Frei- burg is intended only for juniors. It will stress political s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1962

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 30, 1962 J rv & \ ■■ .. * - -- . i\ ,¥*liSr '^*-^"■"1 ill1 Hi ■< *' Jrs. Defeat Fish, Srs„ Seek Third 'Mural Win BUCKING BRONCS aren't■ on the schedule.■'But it appears that way in the recent intramural football game. Ronnie McCoy seemS to be bucked by Bill White, while Titn Russell, Bobby Moore, Curtis Ford and Ben Younger watch. „ Draft Call Should Hot Interfere With Students Continuing College AUSTIN, Texas—Students who plan to continue their studies in college or university and those planning to enter their freshman year should not let draft calls in- terfere with these educational plans. That is the advice of Colonel Morris S. Schwartz, state Selective Service director, who heads the 137 Texas draft boards. "Students will be considered for scholastic deferment and will, in all probability, be given the defer- ment if they are full-time students and are making passing grades," Colonel Schwartz said. "Of course, there is no such thing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

I August 31, 1994 ji _ _ — Y Y * • . Fort Worth, Texas Wesleyan student missing in Hawaii Simon Owen, senior, last seen June 29 Simon Owen Wesleyan Inauguarates Weekend University By Kelly Delp The Rambler Saturday morn- ing Wesleyan opened its doors to a completely new innovative educa- tional program. The 'G.E. Hyde' Weekend University official began on August 27. Dr. Mary Joyce Burnett and Chuck Parker head the depart- ment. Parker said that although there are a couple of weekend pro- grams in the area, ours is more extensive with more to offer the adult student. Most offer a business degree and a general studies type degree. 'Wesleyan took a somewhat aggressive approach and presently offers 1 5 majors includ- ing a master s in educa- tion," Parker said. The Weekend University -staff has worked hard this past spring and summer to get the information out to prospective stu- dents. And, obviously their efforts have paid off. The phones have been ringing non-stop with people respond...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

August 31, 1994 Volume 71, No. 14 The Rambler Deidra Bihari, Editor Greg Barnes, Managing Editor Lori Rent fro w, Advertising Manager Rebekah Britton, Layout & Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association New Look, New Attitude, Same Tradition, Thanks to You During the Spring semester of 1994, the Student Publica- tions Committee initiated a survey on campus to determine the opinion of Texas Wesleyan students, staff and faculty concern- ing student publications and The Rambler. Responses from the survey were carefully reviewed by the incoming editorial staff and the new advisor before plans for the fall newspaper were formulated. In the surveys some of you told us things we knew about the paper, most of them negative. Many of you challenged us for a new attitude toward the campus and the public we serve. The ideas expressed by responses in those surveys were the founda- tion of the "new" Rambler that you see today. The new look...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

August 31, 1994 Opinions/Campus )94 X ' JL 'I ' | ♦ s; ■ -i Guns, from page 2 The sound and crackle of gunfire can be heard from sea to shining sea. We must un- derstand and real- ize that we are our brother's keeper in more ways than by violence. To remove the gun from such avail- ability is a signifi- cant step in that di- rection but to also remove from the mind the desire to pick it up and from the heart the lack of com- passion would be a statement to the rest of the world about our desire to be less violent. One phase of law en- forcement is, to when possible, prevent a crime from happen- ing—i.e. by education or incarceration among other things. Gun control is: 1. Reduction of the greed factor that exists in today's society to the extent of the realization that ev- eryone does not need a gun. 2. The re- sponsibility that comes with owner- ship such as gun safety and adher- ence to laws and regulations. It is wishful thinking? Is it Uto- pia? Can it become a reality? This is j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

Law School Review By Ann Lawier The Rambler/ Law School The Wesieyan School of law re- ceived provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association (ABA) on Au- gust 10. The decision was made by the 530-member ABA House of Delegates at their annual convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. Now, the law students have all the rights and privileges of a fully-accredited law school. Those include being able to transfer hours to another accredited law school and being allowed to practice law in another state than Texas. Provisional accreditation should lead to full accreditation within three years, as long as the ABA standards and procedures remain in affect at the law school. Also, the conferring of provisional accreditation signifies that Wesieyan law students are eligible to take the bar ex- amination and be licensed to practice law in all 50 states. A previous exemption by the Texas Supreme Court allowed stu- dents to take the bar exam. "This decision places Wesieyan in a select fe...

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