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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1962

Well What Do cCP P f frJ- ' .gC3 ! I" v'.!!'' .k irKili Smoke DDHOK'S NO'Ii;: Signals is a weekly feature vhiili attempts tn present in- t-stie.-itnins iif the current it.il tnpics uhlch so pro roundly afreet us today and in the future. Ilotli students and f.iiulU mmiocrs will lie asked from time to time to Mibmlt material. This neck's K-.est urilrr is l)r. Joe C. Jliimnlircv "" A student at McMurry Col liije .stated last fall when he withdrew that he suiely did like eveiything about Mc Murry exce)t the couises that up was caning snuucius oncn fray that they Just can't get with" cettaln couises 1'ioiessors aie concerned j nbout the lack of application mi tin' pait of cettaln stu- dents They tell the dean that they tlilnk the .student has the siblllty. l)iit he does not per- form so will as he Is capable of performing contending. "He could do the woik. but he Just doisnt tiy to do it." An Administrative Council meeting at McMurry recently spent considerable -time on iilentifylng some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1962

MAK 1 0 '62 Braves Bounce Midwestern U. "That was the longest 40of McMurry. and the McMur minutes I ever spent I didn't ry Indians moved Into the know a person could hold his dilvcr's seat. Here they re- breath for 40 minutes but I nialned never allowing Mid- did'1 was Coach Hcrshcl Kim- western to get closer than bicll's beaming statement af- four points up on them until tcr his Braves pushed past t"e final gun. Midwestern Tuesday night to As Coach Hcrshcl Klmbrcll become District (! Champions put It. "It was the best dctcr- In a game which will go mined effort by a gioup of down In the annals of basket- players that I've ever seen ball as a real thriller the Mc- and we're ju.st real thankful Muiry Indians fought It out and happy that we won " with the Midwestern Indians Heading up the scoilng list for an 84-73 victory For the for McMuiry were Stephens McMurry Indhms this was with 23 and Buikhardt with win number 23. 15 They weie backed by Vice In the first half neither with 13 and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1962

p """" FALLOUT SHELTER Specifications and Plans The McMurry College cast and production crew ui Thornton Wilder's "Skin of Our Teeth" offer J or you) ?erious consideration the following spec- ifications for constructing a personal fallout shel- ter. These plant are based on a "Civil Defense Program" proposed by atomic scientist Paul E. .lames. This shelter is guaranteed workable Although the specifications have been available for about 3900 years they have never been universally ac- cepted. Those who have tested them assure us that the plans are very practical. 3. CONSTRUCT A MORAL FALLOUT SHEL- TER FOR YOUR FAMILY. 1 2. Make it large enough to accommodate any of your neighbors who wish to enter in time of disaster or anytime. ' 3. DIG DEEP IN YOUR EFFORTS TO UN- DERSTAND ALL MEN EVERYWHERE. J 4 Make the walls solid and film enough to with- stand the batterings of those who would have you stock your shelter with suspicion and f hat ' 5. KEEP AMPLE SUPPLIES OF PATIENCE AND UNDERSTAND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1962

VAN I 0 62 LIBKAKY Ur McMURRY COLLEGh ABIUNE. TEXAS THE McMURRY COLLEGE MX . i juil. -0- volumf Abilene Texas Much D 10G2 NLMBER 13 r " J Si t -m' 'rljlifff Nominees for thletlc Sweetheart elected by the Indian foothill baskttbill and track teams are from top to hot torn Cimllla Huberts Snjder Sophomore Martha Kan son lamesa Sophomore Joy i'onder Trent Sophomore Galla Walters Eastland Junior and Jane Hall Uobbs "Skin" Is Smash Hil ll 01 okgi ni r.oi u M Muim Theitet 6 pit in X i m ist night of Th t tin Wiluu s skiift On 1 pioud t be i mi u i n Uip w 1 t w t i i U t ol k In u il p I tettphve audit i w nesstd a dtlllitlul peifom aim b tlit tast One ol seu U outstiiidincj pei tut linnets wis tuiiud in bv Abiltni in Mnv I on Robt soif who porrnjed fcubini ln Loi is i i tu in ol tilt t tut md in issit to in pio dui Uun Tin S thin i loli n quit id lon hoius ot woik and sturiv fot licit i poitujs Subim is tin sultiy Jionu r akti tpt Oi jd ic tint f lmiitt ilt d t i lobs il ne bv It idint p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1962

o ' I.IMTOK'S NOTK: Smuke Signals is a weekly feature uliltli .t ttt.m pts to present in- nslicaliolis of tile current lital topics which so pro fiitiiidh it rut us today and in the future. Iloth students and fiuilti nirinliers will he Ciskul from time to time to Milinnt m iti rill 'fills ueik's fjmst writer is l)r Norlan (.'. lift Mid rson ssot I'rofissorof M!ioloKi 'I Ik mil irl il piiasltt Is one I ithit must hive two hosts It f.pi nds a pirt of Its lift with in the bio id stiiMin ot the hu in in mil the other pai t in the I cligi stlvi st(ni ol the Anop i Jioh mo inlto 'lo (llmln ite llu p u i ite we in ly choose )iu ot two couiscs destioy till hum u oi tlfstro) the nios ti ii i Hi one to hi chosi n ( iitiit ( bvious In tin tontiol of nio.l 1 i ist s i seau h foi the C ii i and then attempt to C 1 1 111 I M ill 1 I iii ii i no doubt tli t' the j) p il itinii of the woild Is in I i in t i i nte thiil ii is ) i oin il ii mini; Ilowt vt i t in 'At ipiiio u h this piohli m ImiIi Min...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1962

K-Citv Here We Come! tV -A- Track Records event name distanci: sciiooi ykau iirioiir on timi: Shotput Tiacy Byid 52-10 McMuny 1959 iMcM Relays) 400 Mcirr Hiii dies Bob Geidcman 53 2 Unlv of Omaha 1955 (NAIA McM) Mile Dn:Ui Juliet Montcz 4 13 4 Texas Western 1952 44C Dash Geoige Adiiui 47 8 ACC 1955 (NAIA McM) 120 High tfnrr.es Dean Benson 14 2 Wllllamcttc 1955 (NAIA McM) Pole Vaul Dick Uttci 13 10 14 Lmpoiia State 1955 (NAIA McM) High Jump Clinch Holding 6 9 34 East Texas State 1955 (NAIA McM) 100 Yd m-h Bobby Moi row 9 1 t) ACC 1955 (NAIA McM) 100 Yd Dp;h Bruce Land 9 4 McMuuv 19G0 (Ind Relays) 880 Yd Hun Btllv Tidwcll 153 7 Fmporia State 1955 (NAIA McM) Bioad Jump Wilbui Wilson 24 8 518 Vltglnla State 1954 (NAIA McM) Two MUc Kim Ja lei Montez 9-24 8 Texas Western 1952 220 Yd E.afh Bobby Moil ow 2C6(W ACC 1955 (NAIA McM) 220 Yd D.ish John Dale Lewis 21 : McMuny 1960 Discuss lUiL-r Palmei Ret?laff 1G4 11 34 South Dakota 1953 2C0 Yd luv Hudlcs Bill Dailies 23 0 Unlv of Cnuh.i 1955 (N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1962

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1962

THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 5 Abilene Texas March 16 1962 NUMBER 13 -Wb JH SPONSOR I.KCTURER AND HOST Dr. J. M. H'illson. left relaxes with Ruest lecturer Dr. V. McFcrrin Stouc and Dr. Bennett during Wlli-son Lecture Week. Danielson Slated For April Lectures Dr Gordon C Danielson of the Department of Physics at Iowa State University will Mrve as a vtstttng leetutei Rt McMui ry College on Thursday and Friday April 12 and 13. He will visit under the aus- pices of the American Assoc- iation of Physics Teachers and the Amerlc in Institute of Physics as pait of a broad nationwide program to stim- ulate Interest in physics The program Is now In its fifth year and is supported by the National Science Foundation The Ameilcan Institute of Physics Is a federation of the five princlp.il societies In the field of physics research and teaching including the Amer- 1c an Physical Society Optical Society of America Acoustical Society of Amei lea Society of Rhtology and the American lee on Religion f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1962

.jfaa. Signals r i i S i Hi w -I EDITOR'S NOTE: Smoke Signals Is .i weekly feature Mhich attempts to present In- icstlcations of the current vital tuples tthlch so profound- 1 atfect us today anil In the future. Both students and ifaculty members will lie asked from tlm to time to submit material. This week's Rtiest writer is Phvsics Professor .Virril llottom. Recently a highly icspecUd )hy.slcl.m remarked that he v i) u Id advise his .son against entering a medical profession 3ILs re.usons were thntlu pro- tf( sslon Is almost certainly tf.iced with the fact of socializ- ed medicine iliat respect for (the physician has deteriorat- ed and that Income Uxcs do Oiot penult him to retain a tfalr share of his earnings. The nttltudc of this phy.slcl.m is Oiot unusual Many tcachei.s advise their own and other children ngalnst entering the teaching; ji of csslon pointing out tli.it rthe teacher Is often buidencd with a host of tilvlal tasks Is aiot alwajs respected In the community and is se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1962

Lose 59-54 t a 2LTi" Tribe Edged At Nationals SIS'' l'Slr 'Sfp? IWS yapSi !? -tiiiiiW XJSBPTwv 2F'7.' jW7y??i!C vTf . M-t fr Much is expected from these four Mc- Murrj Collcce Hashes in upinmlnjr out- door meets this sprine. The relay men are Mike Stcll Bill Miller Bud Morgan and John Dale Lewis. Tribesmen Make State Ratings Bioadjump tvondcr Bill Mil- ler's leap of 25 2 at East Tex- as State last week has easily qualified him as the le.ider in Texas I rack and field perform- ers so fai this season. As of Match 10 several other Indians have turned in peiformances that have gain- ed them state-wide ranking Among them are Jack Rus sell'.s 61'2 in the high Jump John Dale Lewis' wind aided 9 6 in the 100-yard dash and Millet s wind glow n 9 7 in the same event The McMurry 440yaid re- lay has chalked up a respect- able 41 6 while the mile re- lay has crossed the tape in three minutes 18 seconds The Indians expciienccd very Ut- ile difficulty in capturing the East Texas meet and are Wokin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 March 1962

The Uncommon Cold By Cindy Robinson Every year the average per- son has at least one cold. Some people have one cold that lasts nil year and some have Uuee or four colds but almost everyone has at least one That Is everyone but yours -truly. I'm proud to say that from 1958 until September of 1901 I did not suffer from one cold Close friends family Mid enemies wire dropping like flics all around me yet I picture of health withstood the annual epidemic with a vlgoi th it .it times almost last nv friends How I managed this feat Im not sun In any case I fallid to ditecl the foimula Ik cause since I have been in McMurry I have suffcitd through two agonizing colds and tun I'm sorry to say -working on my thlid Yes I know You say I am fitting my Just reward for all mv hialthj years- all those iiiK rtivr iv 1 1 nc brilliant beautiful protected ogalnit lot ind permanently registered Guaranteed Perfect Quality Itaxti r ItlnsH ill's 00 aim. $ioe ot $:no BUSCII & SONS ll.WHHts Jr0 (" press O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1962

McMUk LClLEGH ABILENE. TEXAS THE WfGLic TSThoop WM W iSR" McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME J AND AWAY WE GO Ready and waiting for the upcoming Spring Toor is the big McMurry College Indian Band under the Art Exhibit In AD Building Kegin Monday An exhibit of 14 large oil paintings from the Dallas Museum of Pine Arts Is on dis play for the general public In the McMurrj College Arts Gallery on the third floor of the Administration Building arcoidlng to Mr Sherwood Suter associate professor of Art The exhibit is entitled "Tex as Painters " Many have won purchase prizes in the Dallas Museum from the Annual Painting and Sculptuie Exhi- bitions The contemporary artists rtpiesentcd include Luis Ead- rs who painted 'Summei Garden " Particla Harglll s Hosanna' Geoige Gammers 'Oil Denlcks .it Night" Mc- Kie Trotter's 'Dry Docks" Otis Doziei's 'Along the Ai- kansas" and Dan Wingren'a ' Fish and Chandellci." Suter said that the paint inks are among the best re- cent works by aitists In the Dallas Ft Worth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1962

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1962

Dirty Shirts Lead McM IntranuiraJ Fast League '-r ' TT i-ri w ON III1 MOM is Miki Stt II m still his i turn of 'id In (In in in on tin- sprint uli tc mi Indians This pi t Situidi Much IVtli the Iiidi in ti uk tnni tclckd inotliii mitt to Its ic cold of Hist plico ivirds pushlnt out I"ist Tiais Stitc to come out on top In tlic West Tims Rtlis In tills nittt laid it O les si MiMuii i uked up G4 1 10 points whili Eist Tex is St iti 'ind 55 3 j point i Bill Millu ilso added to his list of honois by bu ikintt tlu mitt moid foi tlu blind jump Tin old record 24 34 w is set in 1000 In I ist Tiis Jinies Biiid Millu s new ic coid stands at Jo 12 Mlllei lunnint on two ul iv Ituns winn n tin bund jump and plaint; Mcond in 'lie 10C y ii 1 d ish nndi i hlth pi ik nt ui of tin Bi ii points Win n it c i nit Unit to ado ii i. tn Milli i s sti i d at 13 1 Mi Mm i y ed mi ond in Relay Wo ac Oui Own Shut Launch Vox Quality Cleaning JAY & RAY CLEANERS ii7.) sau:s I I'M'I Klt( Ks- I III llll l.l llll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1962

F The Threat To .l Academic By JUDGE Will WILSON Attorney General of Texas EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is an excerpt from "t delivered by Will Wilson In behalf of his candidacy for Ciuternor of Texas to a fatui- ty and student Rroup of the Vniersil) of Texas. Publica- tion of this speech docs not necessarily n present a sup port of Wilson's candidacy. His subject lionet er is of pro- found in( rest (o fat ultics and (.Indent bodies c cry where. 1 want to deal bilcfly with jiy conflict with the Regents at Texas University ovei the i ml bj s( ver.il students to lu- ll grale the girl's dormitories The m gents have attempted lo kick me out of tint lawsuit .'is Attorney Geneial and to imploy lawycis who will be noie ami liable to their dliect command This violates the jjinuple of checks and b.il- antis In state government. 'Jluse wine Regents have le cently made thcli first move to thiottle student self expres j Ion by taking fiom the stu dent body the light to elect thcli own student cdltois Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 April 1962

f apf ea THE McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 2 19G2 NUMBER 21 wr n UNITED CAPITAL FUND GETS OFF TO A ROARING START The advanced-gifts phase of the United Capital Funds Pro- gram in Northwest Texas is well under way now following two kickoff dinners held in March. The first dinner was held in Lubbock and the second in Abilene. Dr. Gordon Bennett president of McMurry College spoke to each group on behalf of all Texas Methodist colleges. Bad weather limited attendance at the Lub- bock meeting but did nothing to dampen spirits. In Abilene the kickoff dinner was held on the McMurry Col- lege campus where more than 50 heard the principal address from Dr. William G. Welsch Dallas tax attorney. Mr. Welsch gave the workers some valuable point- ers complete with hypothetical examples on how a donor can make his gift to colleges in such a way that his tax obligations arc reduced substantially. "You won't get off scot free" said Welsch "but it'll cost you a lot less than you think w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 April 1962

Tuesday. April 2 1962 Pago 2 2 McMURRY WAR WHOOP EDITOR'S NOTE: Smoke Signals is n weekly foaturo which aiiempis lo prescnl in- vestigations of lho current vilal topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in tho future. Both students and faculty members will bo asked from time lo lime lo submit mater- ial. This week's guest writer is Dick McEuon. ONE ANSWER TO WORLD PEACE Dy DICK McEUEN I world peace necessary? If so how i an it be obtained? These two qui lion- are not new; they huvi been a-ked and debated for many yeais. The present world ituation however will permit no more unproductive talking. The nations of the world must decide now whether they want peace and if so how they can obtain it. I-. world peace necessary? Most definitely it is! If the present cold war which is not peace con tinues to its "logical" historical conclusion there may be no more people lo enjov peace within a few year.;. If true world peace comes now it can save the human race. If a dynamic peace wer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 April 1962

Tuesday. April 2 1962 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Pago 3 BiflMH n k 0 MjKl s& 1$twJL0 1 ! HB ? i- jf-A irrlmf'nk' i.?IIi'w''t WPiAl(MdMHMrtHMt x ' iF flvf t ' $ B fWLOI i I - (-jm. -wivT i. J I 'i i" jJWB nf w.&fja flF k .y ???(.& & t&X. I Phones Ready (Continued from Pago 2) unless in a case of emergency. Any student that dials the opera- tor will get the campus operator who will ask about the call and decide whether it is an emcr- ency. If the students use these phones with proper care more lines may be installed The system is ar- ranged so that as many as five lines may be installed in each dorm The entire system is work- ing toward phones in every room This type of system is pending now and may be put into effect within the next two jears. HAPPY WARRIOR Coach Hcrshol Kimbrcll reflects ihe prido and joy felt by Iho entire Indian loam as he displays the District 8 Championship Trophy which arrived last week from the NAIA. II was a groat season for the coach and the entir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 April 1962

Pago 4 McMURRY WAH WHOOP -And a Good Time Was Had By All! The YMCA was the site Satur- day night of one of the most suc- cessful parties in the memory of McMurry College students. Occa- sion for the affair was the gala Junior Follies 1962 Edition wth MeMurrians taking part in every imaginable party activity from ping-pong to pool from swim- ming to dancing. Junior Class president Carlton Villers praised those who worked on ticket sales and arrangements for the Follies. The Juniors work- ed long and hard to make the party the whiz-bang success it was. If pictures arc acceptable as evidence it is quite obvious that all who attended had the time of their lives. In the shot above and at ri Senior Jo Ann Hudson from Cole- man and Abilene sophomore Marilyn McDonald team up for a fast game of doubles at the ping- pong table. Meanwhile back in the billiards room Carlton Vill- ers a Hobbs New Mexico junior and Clovis New Mexico fresh- man Calvin Litchfield line up the sights on the ole cue b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1962

McMurry Wins International Track Meet THE VOLUME 5 TIP DBE Stage Spring Fiestas TIP "A Night in Naples" was the theme and settinc for the TIP Spring Banquet held last Satur- day at Holiday Inn. Decorated like an outdoor cafe in Naples the room was adorned in red and white. Individual tables with red and white checker ed table clothes held lanterns and ivy centerpieces. The front of the room was adorned with rose bushes and a fountain. The back of the room boasted a large moun- tain scene. With this same theme the '62 Gobbettes presented their pro- gram. It centered around four sailors arriving in Naples on leave and the sights they saw. Some 90 people saw the organ grinder and monkey the tam- bourine dancers gondoleers Ro- meo and Juliet monologue for tune telling and the singing of 'Three Coins in a Fountain." Following the program the Emeralds a band from Cooper Hilliard Named Member of TU Institute Dr. John R. Hilliard Jr. Biol- ogy Department Head of McMur- ry College has been s...

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