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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1963

JUDGE GEORGE' ILXAS W i LIBRARY CoUXuE Dogpatchers Take Over TWC v\>^ 1 Better Limber Up Yore Legs, 'Cuz Sadie Hawkins Doiir s Is Fellas Hyar Limber up, fellas! Sadie Hawkins the Honorable Hunter Stewart as cider (oh, yeah J) drinking, it Day is here. Every year, round Oe- Marryin' Sam to officiate the wed- -greasy pig chase, an egg throw tober time TWC is transformed ding. "* and a three-legged race kept ev- into a fantastical community known Dressed in Dogpatch attire, all eryone feeling right at home in as Dogpatch. This is the time for boy-crazed girls gathered together Dogpatch. a11 pri,'ls> in preparation for the once-a-year On this change-about day. all During this one day, all girls attack. With their particular vie- date procedure will be reversed, are allowed to "let their hair tims in sight, the race began with Girls are expected to spark' their down" and. really be themselves, the females sprinting fleeter than favorite beau by taking himh)" That's why all males ar...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 1, 1963 Coniervattvei J ortrqif „ Color JJim ? In recent weeks Senator Barry Goldwater- has .appeared less and less the immovable foundation of conservatism and more and more a presidential candidate. Among other things he has reversed his stand on the graduated income tax arid contradicted his earlier position toward civil rights and en- forced school integration. This "inching" toward the middle of the road could place him far from the extreme right by convention time. Political Dirties candidate from* unites the part', place him far from the extreme hesitant ma practice it dissolves ttnd to be of their its for it the 3V great differed Jipts the outcn extreme wings, most/ about choosing a In .theory this 'possible votes. Tn ^sUftat. might exist between parties a!vl">ti&npts the outcrjxfrom the voters that they had little choice fromVhich to choosy It seemed for a time that Goldwater wao&illing to gamble that the Ampricr-n peoole wer...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1963

Tupcrlav, October 1, 196 THE RAMBLER Page Three I BOO ?ak ing mK 1 >ng S re- I of fl ew iil- •m- re- I bi- I be 1 >ct. 1: Organizations Groups Plan Projects, Programs Sakkara social club, the oldest The president, Diane Porter, wel- SAKKARA MEMBERS AND SPONSOR welcome the eight Ger- man boys as honorary members of the social club. The boys are from left to right, seated, Erich Schmidt, Gerd Breuer, Henning Graeff, and Edgar Noppei; standing, Larry Breiten- stein," Franz ftjhl, Joerg Kies, Peter Lobert^ Horst Ackermap, Carl Schrader and Mike Wood. " Photo by Marcel s A-Phi-O's To Receive Jiharter on October 5 - October 5 is the installation day all the members of Alpha Phi -Omega have been looking forward to and working-toward for almost exactly one year. The first official nnJRing was held on. Oct. 10 of last year under the direction, of the Alpha Omicron ■ chapter from SoutherVi Methodist University. Many projects, hours of service, planning,, and prepara- tion have made poss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1963

■m Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 1, 1963 Space Suit-Clad Student Soars High. Among Celebrities at Gala Galaxy Ball bv David Erskine Rambler Staff Writer A college boy who can hardly afford a Rockyfeller hamburger spent last week's extracurricular hours being sj doorman and work- ing the stage at a charity ball un- derwritten by Mr. and Mrs. Win- throp Rockefeller. The Galaxy Ball, which was to establish schools for mentally ill children, was the first in the world. It was held last Friday nighfc at Ridglea Country Club. The next ball will be in Chicago. All the lighting and staging was done last week. Mr. CeeA Cole, TWC speech-drama instructor, and Mrs. GeWrge Stevens, who worked directly for Mrs. Rockefeller, had planned the entire evening in the previous wjjeks. The stagehand's. Jcfb was to sKige the show and keep it moving steadily from 7 p.m. un- til 2 a.m. To my pleasure, I was given the job of greeting participants as they came to the front doors. From all over the cc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1963

Tuesday, October 1, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five f Xi Nu's To Hold Informal Rush Party In 0. C. Armstrong Hall Lounge Oct. 3 The Xi Nu Chapter of Alpha you can not attend this mefiir.fr Fh! Omega will hold an informal and are interested, 'contact.( run l • r -h party at ,'5 p.m., Oct. in Willett, president, in 0. C. Arm- 0.- C. Armstrong Hall lounge. All strong Hall. men students with any pi, vious Refreshments for this rush party association with the Bov Scout pro- will be senved by the > WSO gram are invited to attend this (Woman's Service Organization). sister club of A-Phi.-O, now the process of organization. get-acquainted meeting. Alpha Phi Omega is the national service fraternity for college and university mSh, founded in 1925 and now active on .more than 300 COmmufllCjUO campuses in the United States. (Continued from Page 1) Alpha Phi Omega gives its mem- many social events made available bers the opportunity to develop 'J.v the Senate to the entire Student leadership, the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1963

..Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 1, 1963 Big Shots lead Team Texas Wesleyan's teamAvill have pair of "big shots" in its arsenal ' when it^ travels to Albuquerque, New Mexico, next week to partici- pate in the ninth annual William H. Tucker Invitational Golf Tourna- ment. They are ftmmy Crinkle, a first team Ail-American golfer, and Charles Meisner, a member of the second All-American squad. To achieve* this distinction, Wrinkle had to finish among the top -six golfers in last summer's National Association of Intercollegiate Ath- Ietics (NAIA) tournament at Kan- sas City, while Meisner finished in the second six. As a team, Coach O. D. Bounds' Rams finished1 third behind cham- pion Eastern New Mexico and run- ner-up Washburn. a Both Wrinkle and Meisner are senior., members <jf this year's Ram team. Wrinkle, a three-year letter- man and team captain last year, is from Poly High School. Meisner, a one-year letterman and a mem- ber of the national junior college championship O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1963

THE RAMBLER i~JcxaA 1AJed(euan C^oKccje FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1963 No. 3 r communique by jeremy walker Is it philosophically sound to have a Constitutional requirement concerning a person's existence in the fut'p®? - Sh5uld the Student Senate be given the authority to raise the Student Activity Fee without the majority consent of the Student Association?' Exactly who should be repre- sented on the Senate? « How much authority should em- 's Supreme Court wield ?• These are a few of the many con- troversial issues that will be in- vestigated this Thursday night when the Student Senate opens p discussion on the proposed new Constitution. Although much of the Constitu- tion revision merely concerns weed- ing out the useless and out-dated rules that have been tying the hands of the Senators in the past, there are several proposed changes which, if* adopted, will radically change and (we think) improve the lot of the student ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER ..Tuesday, October 8, 1963 ^yltlitucleS ast Shadows I attend TVVC. This statement, made emphatically and with .jovial en- thusiasm, can reflect a shining light upon Texas Wesleyan College. But, the same statement, made hesitantinglv and in- differently, caSts a shadow of doubt upon Texas Wesleyan by outsiders. o We students, through our conversations with fellow students and with people outside our campus, can "make or break" TWC. If we show a zealous attitude toward our campus, the type attitude it should be.' then others will think of TWC as it really is — a wonderful institution. However, if we display the opposite attitude, that of an apologetic air for attending TWC, or a bit of embarrassment in their voices, then what other ideas can outsiders have of our school but those of questioning and wondering. TWC is now. always has been, and always will be a great school. In years past, TWC students never ceased to give praise to their school and to hold its banne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1963

J Tuesday, October 8, 1963 T H E RAMBLER -73 Page Three Fraternities Begin Traditional Rushing This year's Interfraternity Coun- cil, consisting of Altoco, Sakkara, and DD, held a smoker Monday evening at liallerV 1^- The purpose of this mating was to acquaint interested students with the social clubs on the TWC campus. Throughout this week those stu- dents who are interested will have a chance to become acquainted with the social-organizations on campus through rash parties, which are now planned. Alpha Phi Omega, national serv- " ice ^fraternity, held an informal %. rush, party last- Wednesday after- £ noon in the. O. C. Armstrong lounge. Thirty rusjhees were pre- sent. I APO will also have a regular meeting open to all rushees Tues- day night in the O. C. Armstrong lounge. All interested students are asked to be. present. DD will have its . first regular meetipg Monday evening after the interfratfffnity smoker. The DD ' rodeo rush party will be held Fri- day evening in Ivennedale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 8, 1963 1 Rev. Watson Speaks at Assembly SMOOTH SAILING aboard the SS Rotterdam made a pleasant voyage to Europe this summer for Dr. and Mrs. H. Howard Hughes, right, who wait to greet the ship's captain. Rrveren^VictSr J. Watson of En'glRrid and Panama was today's guest speaker at the morning cha- pel period. Rev. Watson is director of the Methodist School of Colon, which he founded in 1959. Born in Pjng- land. Rev. Watson was educated at Anglich Church School, Gram- mar School and London University. He later received his BD degree fur thi^iSlogical studies at Wtfsley College in Readingly. Five years of his life were spent in the Royal Navy of his Majesty. Since 1957 he has served :\h pastor of Trinity Methodist Church in Colon, Pana- lb ma. The Methodist School which Rev. Watson spoke about had only seven students and one teacher at its 1959 founding, There are now 235 students enrolled. Last year free education was offered to over 100 pupils...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1963

fp Tuesday, October % 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five TWC Students See Weaknesses Learn Self-Improvement in PAR The Participation-Attitude-Re- sult (PAR) program has been started at TWC, under the direc- tion, of Mr. Leo E. Oliva, assistant professor of history, with the help of several students who are taking part voluntarily in PAR for one semester. The PAR purpose is to create a convenient method to help the student plan ahead, to see his strengths and weaknesses, and to improve his scholarship, participa- tion in campus af!d community or- ganizations, and personal growth. Designed to help the student make best use of his time, PAR is derived from.non-controversial ao' tivities and normal routines in col- lege life. Accordingly, PAR policy follows and encourages the best use of time in self-growth, creative activity, and in enjoyment of the effort. PAR was originated over a year ago by Theta Xi, national social fraternity. It was begun by -a com- mittee of four members, including Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1963

Page Six TWO IN ROW Senior Gridmen Triumph ^ The unbeaten Seniors will be seeking to notch their third straight victory in the intramural football race when they battle the Fish at 8:45 p.m. Thursday at Syc- amore Park. That contest will be the nightcap of a double-header. The Juniors go against the Sophs in the 7 p.m. opener. In last week's action, the Seniors blanked the' Sophs, 14-0, and the Juniors bounced the Fish, 14-8. The outcomes left the Seniors leading the pack with a 2-0 record, followed by the Juniors (1-1). The Sophs a,nd J?ish have both com- piled st' 0-1-l^Von-lost-tied record. ^phufk Boatnercaught a shprt ass in the first half for the Sen-, irfiV^fiist touchdow _ tory^jy/^r the Sophs last week.y They atlded an insurance touch- dptfrT'^n the second half as Eddie A'anderbilt — surrounded by a group of Sophs waiting for a punt to die — picked up the bal4 at mid- field and rambled across the goal line. Waylan West, Tommy Giles. Fred Simpson and Tim Ru.?sell also were bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1963

THE RAMBLER ZJcxciJ \\Jes(eyaii (College FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 Vote For f " Your Choice But Vote VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH. TEXAS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1963 No: 4 communique by jeremy walker Those of o you who eat in the cafeteria have recently Witnessed one aspect of the multi-faceted .. "Project, '64." The establishment of "L'ftpguage tables" is one of the n't c/ attempts to broaden and add dimension to everyday campus life. Coming in the near future will be the much-discussed Student- Faculty "Supper Clubs," whereat several faculty members will be inr vited each week for a period of in- formal discussion with students 4urijig the course of the evening- meal. It is hoped that this activity will become firmly established in campus life, and will be an active force in stimula?fng spontaneous academic dialogue outside the classroom. From academic dialogue to re- creation in the Student Center may seem a rather long step, but both areas are well within the bound- aries of ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1963

T Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 15, 1963 C^lique -Jlvcfument f \ol&cl Anyone who has read at least one of the three previous issues of the Rambler, can see all the emphasis and space de- voted to the heated argument (or for a milder term—debate) about "the clique" at TWC. As a freshman just entering TWC, I can look at this situa- tion with an open mind, unprejudiced and unbiased. Naturally, not being an upper-classman. I wouldn't be a part of the clique—if there was one. So, with what some sophomores and some editorial-writer haters might consider a lowly brain to go with a lowly fish. I shall endeavor to express in the best and most dignified manner my viewpoints on this subject of "the clique." To begin with, what is a clique? According to Webster, a clique is arv^exclusive group of persons united for some common purpose (usually sinister), characterized by snobbish- ness. . Is the purpose of buildinsr-a.ybtftter school evil? If so, I wi.sh there were more little devil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1963

Tuesday, October 15, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three | V I I I. ■ 1 v.-;-' <0. I I I I J 1 Clubs Fraternities and Sororities Plan Rush Schedule With Projects ,1 sjS >o H - •Social and Service Clubs plan rush events and money-raising pro- jects. Autiss Members of Autiss social ^lub are making plans for the Inter- Sorority Tea to be held on Oct. 2^, and for the following' rush par- ties. A work day will be held Oct. 39 to work on the two important events coming up in October. For the benefit of night stu- dents and late studiers, Autiss will be selling coffee and doughnuts each Tuesday evening in the SUB from 7:45 to 8:45 p.m. This pro- ject will begin tonight. Deka Members of Deka who could wield a chamois and a water hose washed cars Friday and Satur- day for a money-raising project. In addition to the car wash, mem- bers met at sponsor Mrs. Ruth Keating's house Friday night for a work night. Last night they discussed rush at their regular business meeting. Gamma Omicron „ Gamma O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1963

Hage hour THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 15, 1963 Baa Baa. Black Sheep Belknap Historical Society to Meet At Restored Frontier Fort Saturday Attempting to* recapture the pi- made by the wife of General Albert Mrs. Ben G. O'Neal of Wichita oneer spirit in an authentic set- Sidney Johnson to Fort Belknap Falls who in 1961 founded and en- ting. the Fort Belknap Historical in 1855, was written by Mrs. E E. dowed the Fort Belknap Archive? Hawkins,""fish "hazing, powderpuff and 'reporters "catching "us""in the By Rosanne Harvey In the more literary and arty circles of TVVC, there has been no little discussion of making a bold and mature step toward abolishing all trivial traditions like Sadie from several cities in the area . . . newspaper coverage, tv • coverage, radio coverage . . . This is incon- sequential. If we really have the right atti- tude, we will want the tv cameras Society will hold its annual meet- Clack of Burkburnett, a member which is jointly sponsored by the ing Saturday a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1963

Tuesday, October 15, 1963 -1 THE RAMBLER Pagg' Five Journalism Attendance Sets Record At SMU IN A FRIENDLY>,POW-WOW are newly elected freshman officers, r. to I., Patti Rucker, Jerry Lee, Poily Pollen, Joftnny McCluskey,-Betty Marchtjanks, Bob Elskies, Sheila EagJ#-, ■ Benny Mor- rison, Clayrine Morgan, and John Creamer. —Photo by 'Marcel's Record attendance soared to 600 at the eleventh Southwest Journa- lism Fdrum at Southern Methodist University Friday, Oct. 11. Stu- dents and teachers representing 30 to 40 hig-h sen ools and /-jjp>lleges throughout the Lone Star State were present. Representing Texas Wesleyan at the conference were Rosanne Har- vey, Sargent Hill, Mary Alice King-. Jchnny Glass, Bill Russell, Jane Rudolph, David Erskine, Ann Gil- liam, Jack Stutcville, Arveta Tip- pie, Marilyn Herman, GleAda Steel, Joyce Barclay. Charles Willett, and Trudy Marley. ; Top-no tch. .c^n tertai nment spurred the students into a rousing Hooten- anny session before the workshops l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 15, 1963 foo MANY PLAYERS Cage Coach Han.ebu.tt Has Happy Problem' Golfers Sixth in Meet Texas Weslpyan's go>N team Ram Coach O. D. Bounds said came in sixth, in last week's ninth he "was pretty well pleased" with annual,, William,,{A.^Tueker Invita- his team's showing, but he was Texas Wesleyan's head basket- ball tutor, Elmer Hanebutt, has a problem. But, unlike most prob- lems, this one causes him to smile. That's because it's a pleasant problem: he has so many candi- dates for his team that he's apt to have a difficult time deciding whom to pjpy and where to play them. There are 16 players on the cur- rent Ram roster — by far the most he has had in his eight years at the TWC helm. "The gym is practically full, laughed the coach. "We've, just never had anything like this be- fore." "It's really an interesting situa- tion," the coach continued. "For example, we have four big boys who are capable o f playing the post. Who o&re we going t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1963

o vV ■ Dr. Alice Wonders Concludes Willson Lectures-Today Dr. Alice W. Wonderi?, professor sponsors Omega Chi, the Depart- Methodism. She holds member- DR. ALICE W. WONDERS THS RAMBLER J"JcxaA W)esdeyan C^otlecjc FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1963 of religion and chairman of the ment of Religion organization, division .of philosophy and religion She i01 a much sougljt after m,.TVVC, presented fall section of speaker in churches, civic groups, The Willson Lectures yesterday and schools, and at local and national today in the fine arts auditorium, conferences. Often she is found in "The Rifle of the'Changing Fam- a I)ulIJit on Sunday, filling in for ily" was the subject of Dr. Won- an absent pastor or speaking for tiers' lectures. "Family Portraits some special occasion. from the Bible" was the topic for Author of numerous magazine Monday at 10:00 a.m. On Tyes- articles, stories and plays, Dr. day at 10:50 a.m. the subject was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1963

■V tv Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 22, 1963 & Baa Baa, Black Sheep /'//," by Rosanne Harvey Rambler Editor Isn't it a pity that we aren't all reptiles? Not, that we particularly need ihe scales and tails that go along with other reptile paraphern- alia but the cold blood weuld cer- tainly be a boon. If we didn't have these silly mammalian bodies with the .con- stant temperature and all that bio- A , f f-* ' As the situation is now Amounts ot Fin6^ . frost bmFand severe in c Increase In Library: Are you guilty of letting a li- brary book become overdue? Do you check a book out and then forget to return it on time? If you are classified as such a person, you will want to become aware of the new increases that have been made in the amount of fines for overdue books in the Judge George W. Armstrqpg Library. A fine of five cents per day. is charged for each day that a 2-week book or material from the Curricu- lum Library is overdue. However, a fine of twenty-five cents per d...

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