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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1962

Tuesday April 10. 1962 I Pago 2 McMURRY WAH WHOOP c? EDITORS NOTE Smoke Signals is a weekly feature which attempts to present in- vestigations of the current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in the future. Both students and faculty mombcrs will bo asked from timo to time to submit mater i.il This week's guest writer is W. A Miller Jr Ed D chair man. Division of Education and Psychology KNOWLEDGE AND INTEGRITY IN EDUCATION Sumiil Johnson has written ''Intcgnty without knowledge is u e ik and useless and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful " In our earnest desire for na tion il sin vival and the winning of the pi ate for all nnnkind we are dmttly confronted with this pun. dating insight which is sa- g itiously interpretive of the caco- phony of our present times We committed to solve or ap- pioieh the solving of pressing piobltms at home and abroad We have projected ourselves into the iirem of world leadership This means etlucitional as well as ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1962

Tuesday April 10 1962 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Pago 3 IHR Downs Dirty Shirts By HERSHELL HANKS In a fast league game judged one of the best of the season the Dirty Shirts out-did IHR five by 2 points Thursday night In the first half IHR pushed the score farther and farther apart The Dirty Shirts appeared to bo headed for a defeat and it looked as though there might be a lid on the basket every time they shot When the buzzer sounded to end the first half the score stood at 24 for IHR to the Dirty Shirts' 13 Going into the second half it looked as if the tables might bo reversed This time the IHR five could not seem to put the ball through scoring only 15 points to the Dirty Shirts' 2 8 This second period ended in a tic forcing an overtime This too ended in a tie and another over time had to be called When the second overtime ended in a tie the game was put on a sudden death basis Then the Dirty Shirts hit two points and thi. game was over Fiscal score tally Dirty Shirts 41 IHR 39 Fouling co...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1962

Tuesday April 10 1962 Pago 4 McMURHY WAR WHOOP Working his way through McMurry College Is Leon Halo pastor to Nolan and Maryncal Methodist churches He is pictured horo with tamo of his poncil portraits which ho is exhibiting in tho McMurry art gallery April 4 18 (Photo by Danny Richardson) McM Student Exhibits Work In Art Gallery McMurry Student Leon Hale proves religion and art are insep- arable as he serves as pastor for Nolan and Maryneal churches goes to classes here at McMurry and paints pictures to help sup. port him through school An exhibition will bo held in the art gallery from April 4 18 to show his pencil portraits Re- cently his work was shown at the City County library in Sweet water The portraits on display in- clude many local persons and some members of the McMurry family The gallery will be open between 8 00 and 5 00 daily Monday through Friday Hale has just recently started selling his portraits in order to help finance school at McMurry and later plans to sell th...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1962

w tf THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 5 I ABILENE TEXAS. TUESDAY. APRIL 17. 1962 NUMBER 23 f IT Elections Today LEE KING Classes to Pick Lead ers Plenty of candidates arc ex- pected to fight it out for various class offices and Student Associ- ation positions in balloting after the Easter holidays. All students interested in running for class president vice-president secre- tary and Student Association are advised to file petitions in the office of the Dean of Women as soon as possible. Prospective candidates should be well acquainted with the Con- stitution of the McMurry Stu- dent Association and have at least ten supporting signatures on their petitions. Theta Chi Beaches at Ft. Phantom Approximately fifty students gathered at "Theta Chi Cove" on Lake Ft. Phantom for a beach Dartv last Saturday night. The group enjoyed a typical picnic supper of hot dogs potato chips beans cokes and roasted marsh- mallows. During the evening lumin- arios dotted the shoreline around the cove; and two la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1962

Pago 2 McMURHY WAR WHOOP Tuesday April 17 1962 AN EDITORIAL c? i i'j&Afl -iHre?a c r ?-a! p' s Rt- EDITOR'S NOTE: Smoko Signals is a weekly fcaiuio vhich attempts to present in- vestigations of the current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in tho future. Both studonts and faculty members will bo asked from iimo to timo to submit mater ial. This wock's guest writer is student Chuck Bryan. FALLOUT SHELTERS Knock Knock "Who's there?" "You friendly neighbor. May I come in for a week or so?" "No (Bung) You're dead " "Mommy Mommy can I go out and play with all the quiet peo- ple?" "Now Harold you know you haven't taken your tadiation pill today You'll (jot ull messy before diunci " ' Wheie's Daddy'" ' He's rlmnoi " As homble as these words may sound they could be the dying tiuth to ou and jour loved ones in the ni ar future They illustrate two vital points We as a nation aie i mining si" lied In a time of cnsis we .seem too leady to sierifiee any- thing to save ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1962

Tuesday. April 17 1962 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Pago 3 IT'S ALL OURS seems to bo the idea here as Coach Grant Teaff is shown holding the International Trophy which the McMurry Iracksters won in the Mexico International Track Meet in Monter- rey Mexico. Gridders In Workouts Indians Pick Up Places at Texas Relays On April 6 and 7 the McMurry trackmen went to Austin to enter the Texas Relays which were held there Bad weather slowed the meet on Friday and caused several relay events to be moved to Saturday when the weather cleared In the College Division Relays McMurry racked up two second places and one third placing sec- ond in the 440 and in the mile and placing third in the 880 In both the 440 and the mile Texas Southern managed to push out the Indian thin-clads In the 440 yard relay Lewis Morgan Stell and Miller turned in a time of 0 41 8 in the 880 yard relay this team turned in a total time of 1 26 8 and in the mile relay Stell Drake Bond and Blythe turned in a cumula- tive total of 3 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 April 1962

Tuesday April 17. 1962 Pago 4 McMURHY WAR WHOOP Ethics Course May be Offered This Summer Arc you planning to go lo sum- mer school? Will you be taking u course or two during the sec- ond half? Then this may bo for you. Lecture Ending (Continued from Pago 1) don't depend entirely on the re- sults from the extrance exams. "But we have found that these tests in the two years we have been giving thorn are raising our norms And our norms will be raised further. "We know as well as you do that the college's responsibility is large in this effort to attract really good students. A good pro- gram will attract good students; a poor program will attract poor students For this reason we at McMurry are continually improv- ing the programs we offer to stu- dents at the same time we are screening applications for better students. "A college like McMurry has to be selective" Traylor said. "Generally a private college has to go out and raise $1 00 for each $1.00 paid in by a student. For tlut reaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 May 1962

t THE McMURRY COLLEGE 2iSSi''SS& VOLUME 5 ABILENE. TEXAS. TUESDAY. MAY 1. 1962 NUMBER 24 m Tribe Thinclads Topple Track Records Make Top Showing of Year McMurry's swift Indians ran wild Saturday at Indian Stadium leaving the competition far be- hind in winning the McMurry In- vitational Track Meet. Records tumbled left and right as the Tribesmen racked up 67V4 points to sweep a field of nine college track squads. The closest com- petition was East Texas State who trailed McMurry by 22 points. Bill Miller McMurry's answer to Jesse Owens had a field day as he leaped 25 feet two and one-half inches to capture his triple crown in the broadjump. He broke the old record set by Miller in 1960 and ran on the winning 440 yard relay team. In addition he took third in the 100 yard. "Follow-Me" Lewis showed everybody how it's done and made many a good sprinter eat his dust. Lewis sped through the century in a record-tying 9.4 a great time in anybody's books. The 220 iecord didn't last long ...

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

McMURnY WAR WHOOP Tuesday. May 1. 19B2 Pago 2 ? EDITOR'S NOTE: Smoko Signals is a weekly fcaiuro which ollcmpls to present in- vestigations of iho current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in iho future Both studonis and faculty members will bo asked from lime to lime to submit mater ial. This weok's guest writer is Dr. Howard A. Slaattc. profes- sor of philosophy. ARE WE SEMI-BARBARIC? Clip tal punishment is ethically .ind icligiously defective Perhaps it ui k pec-table in the days of tm joldm west when Judge Hoy Hi in iivid most of the south- m t timtoiy but it will hardly do fm tiid.i Moving biyond the antiquated ithics of the Old Testament Jesus iid An cc foi an eye and a tooth (or a tooth' but 1 bay unto you love youi enemy and do good to tin in that . de.spilefully use you " This sets the pace foi us wink it should not be i educed to an unintended .sentimentalism. ll.isnally it means that we have no business playing God the judge though wo should leflect C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 May 1962

Tuesday May 1 1S62 McMUHRY WAR WHOOP Pago 3 SHOWN HERE ARE lhc bowlers as lhcy leave for Kansas Cily bowling tournament. Left to right lhcy are Hershcll Hanks Waco Coach Sid Simpson and Tom Casey. BULLETIN By Hershell HANKS Kansas City Mo. The Mc- Murry bowling learn were pul in 12th place upon arriving here. This was done according lo total learn points. The tour- nament began Friday. At the beginning of the first block of ihreo lines iho Bowl- ers placed fifth in the first line 10th in iho second line and with the final line they were in 13th place. In this first block four of the McMurry bowlers held high single lino scores. John Richey had a 214 line Waco Reynolds had a 200 line Hersh- ell Hanks had a 197 line and BUI North had a lino of 193. The tournament ends Satur- day afternoon. KIRK'S MOBIL SERVICE "QUALITY SERVICE" 1381 Sales Blvd. Across from Campus FREE STORAGE Through The Summer On Your Winter Clothes JAY & RAY CLEANERS 1473 SAYLES ICE SKATING at ABILENE ICE CENTER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 May 1962

Tuesday. May 1. 1962 McMUHRY WAR WHOOP Page 4 SUHPRISE! Although It may not look like it. this piciuie was taken during a rehearsal of "Dark Lady of the Sonnets" to be pre- sented by the McMurry Theatre this week-end. Hugh Baxnelt and Bobbyo Joyce Smith are busy at practice preparing an excellent ploy that will be well worth your time. 'Dark Lady' On Theatre Oneof the first major events to take place during the giant 3-day "Abilene Festival of the Arts" May 4 5 and C will be the Fri- day night production of George Bernard Shaw's "Dark Lady of the Sonnets" a McMurry Theater production. "Dark Lady" will be one of two one-art plays to be presented on the A-C-T stage following the 7:00 p m. Friday formal opening ceremonies of the Chamber-sponsored Festival. The play was presented on the McMurry campus during the Fall iiumi-sUT and will be staged for the Festival in its uncut version. Admission as in the case with all one-acts at the Festival is 15 cents and 25 cents. "Dark Lady" is one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1962

f THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 4 ABILENE. TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 8 1962 NUMBER 25 m Three "Humpty-Dumpty" Awards Given in Drama Annual awards Alpha Psi Omega initiations and announce- ments of future theater plans highlighted the first annual Mc- Murry Theater supper recently. Three awards nicknamed "Humpty-Dumpties" were pre- sented for outstanding accomp- lishments in Acting Technical Theater and General Theater. Recipient cf the General Theater award was Hubert Barnett of Snta Anna. Barnett portrayed various roles throughout the year including Mr. Antropus in "Skin of Our Teeth" and the Man in Pirandello's 'The Man With the Flower in His Mouth." He also directed "The Second Shepherd's Play" and did extensive crew work on both major productions during the year. Mary Lou Robertson of Abi- lene a freshman drama student was awarded the Acting award for her performance as Sabina in "The Skin of Our Teeth" and Hilde in "The Master Builder." In addition to acting Mary Lou has also worked on va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1962

Page 2 McMUHRY WAR WHOOP Tuesday May 8 1962 h 101 til ity La tio tin rat of a EDITOR'S NOTE: Smolto Signal is a weekly feaiuro which attempts to present in- vestigations of tho current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in the future. Both students and faculty members will bo asked from timo to lime to submit mater ial. This week's guest writer is student Dan Turner. OUR ONLY SHELTER Tin Clinch. id announcer firave- y u I a shocked nation that Hit' I ii lid Statis is now at war with l(i i A wave of panic sweeps in the nation The initial iti of hock suliMtlis and the pi ipli ick for protection The ic it utits of Washington New N ill. and Sin ri.'incibco aie le- (I in I Id nibble The tiagedy is t urn inc. us almost total destiuc- t on of piopeity the loss of mil- 1 on of lives Yit pi i haps the most staik ill .una lies in the mass attempt fin .-ajivival Some community .shelters be- gan to five way some "survi- ois" wcio roasted in their home sheltus during the fire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1962

Tuesday May 8 1962 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Indian Varsity Gridders Dump Exes 18-7 Win Spring Scrimmage Game Friday May 4 the McMurry Varsity football team saw its first action against the McMurry Exes. This game an annual event here at McMurry marked the end of the spnng practice. The first half which got under way about 8:15 proved a fairly close match. The Varsity can led the ball forward for a total of 8 first downs and the Exes managed 4. The Varsity fumbled the ball twice in the fust half and the Exes recover- ed both To even it up the Exes fumbled also and the Varsity came in for hto recovery- The Varsity were penalized twice five yards a time for a total of 10 yards. The Exes only committed one foul but it cost them 15 yards. Austin and Densman handled the scoring for the Varsity in the first half each racking up six points. The attempt to convert were unsuccessful. Combs carried the ball across once for the Exes and Toliver converted for seven points. This was to be the onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1962

Tuesday May 8 1962 McMUHRY WAR WHOOP Pago 4 Ity La tio ttu rnt of Fun in the Sun Marks McM All-School Picnic All McMurry College students were certain or the fact that "spring had sprung" last Tuesday as thty loaded up by the bus- loads and made the annual pil- grimage out to Abilene State Park for the McMurry All- School Picnic The more ambitious of the In- dian picnickers participated in intr imural bastb ill volleyball und swimming contests Members of each class greedily took part in the pie-eating contest while the creek served as a middle ground in inter-class tug-of-war. The winners usually ended up with the rope while the losers splashed angrily to g t out of the ereck Pledges irom nine of the Mc- Murry social clubs entertained the group with progiams and KIRK'S MOBIL SERVICE "QUALITY SERVICE" 1381 Sales Blvd. Across from Campus stunts while the audience was milked of pennies for the World University Service penny race McMurry Barber Shop Sherrill to Head XO Chi Omicron men's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1962

Utoi t THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME $ ABILENE TEXAS. TUESDAY. MAY 15. 1962 NUMBER 26 m McMurry Readies for Commencement Fill Last Days McMurry College students now in the midst of pro-exam "Dead Week" are casting a wistful eye to May 20 when final examina- tions will officially come to a close thus ending the school year for undergrads Test week will get underway Monday May 21 at 8 00 a m Exam schedules are posted and copies are available from the Dean's office Mr. Btuco (Casey) Jones an- nounces that the College Cafe- teria will have a charcoal steak supper Friday evening. May 16. The steaks will be Kansas City cuts and will be served at the cafeteria beginning soon after 5.00 p. m. Students who wish to stay at school after the Spring term can . attend Summer session at the i College beginning June 4 An Art Workshop is scheduled to con- vene on campus May 28 Other summer activities at McMurry in- clude Elementary Education Workshops Methodist Youth Assemly a Missions School and Band ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1962

Pag 2 McMUHRY WAR WHOOP Tuesday. Mar 15. 1982 QUOT'EM POLE By HAHRY LEWIS Wc don t need lo go into the long sob story loutinc about the end of school that is usually cx- pcctid or ncwspipcr columnists ilxiut this time of the year Aftei all nobody il illy icjicts that the Vt ir is over not even the deput- ing stniois So you can put away those handkcichicfs folks no imlodi uin this week! oOo Wc wcic pit lsintly surprised to sec th it out boy Don Yirbor- oui h ni ulc it to the run off in tin Dunoci itit pi unary elections foi nominee foi (.oveinoi He isn t liven i Chinunans chance by Hit boys who have the political know but wc hope he can catch Conn illy in Mil June run off He public in Jnck Cox is licked be- fore he starts and Iil knows it oOo A ft unci of our over at Har- din - Simmons John Clayton el urns tint H-SU Cowboys are going to shoot MeMuiry out of the saddle in .football next year We saw the Cowboys iplay the H-SU exes last week and they re going to have to hump it to beat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1962

Tuesday May 15. 1962 McMUHHY WAR WHOOP Pag 3 it? $3? v Shown above is Hairy Lewis in Iho process of taking the "Flop of ihe Week." As "Flop" Lewis is thrust into contention with such notables as Billio Sol Estes Roger Maris and Ghcrman Titov's Goodwill lour for "Flop of iho Year." In the picture above Lewis is shown as ho breaks the world broad jump record with a prodigious leap of 27-8 V. Unfortunately ho scratched nine feet and fell flat on his face in iho process. Nevertheless his effort stands as a new record for someone who has just scratched nine feet and fallen flat on his face. (Photo by Danny Richardson) BiU Holds On To Number One NAIA Rating The N.A.I.A. statistics released May 11 place McMurry tracksters among the top in the country again this week. Bill Miller con- tinues to hold first place In the broad jump after replacing his old record with a new one of 25-6Vi at the Kansas Relays on April 20. John Dale Lewis is tied for sec- ond place in the 100 yard dash with 9.4 a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1962

McMURRY WAR WHOOP Tuesday. May 15 1962 Pago 4 We'll Have These Moments to Remember f fin is ' f i TRAPPED SLIMES. Early in iho year Iho incoming frosh were subjected lo Iho traditional McMurry Sliming Avtivities. The trouble was this year's Slimes refused to be subjected. Although they are shown hero locked in Iho infamous Slime Cage the frosh soon re- taliated by capturing a cheerleader and throwing him in the lockup. A fow nights later the Cage disappeared only to make a reappear- ance decorated with the inscription. "Couries Class of '65." The freshmen also succeeded in holding their picnic and flying their flag. k r . !sB5aBliiBiiiHiiiW3f-5MBiliiHI TEEPEE VILLAGE in Wah Wahtaysee Park drew d tremendous crowd of off-campus visitors during McMurry Homecoming. Social clubs and other campus groups went all-out to make this one of the most realistic TeePee Villages in years. The Indians successfully wrapped up the Homecoming festivities by scalping the highly-ranked Arlington State R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 September 1962

yyf f fly ?& LA .J the slime camDs must ho THE McMURRY COLLEGE m SEPTEMBER 13 1962 Indians Clash Saturday Against Howard Payne Dr. Walter Long Dies of Cancer Dr. Walter Sterrette Long 82 visiting professor of Chemistry at McMurry since 1956 died of cancer on September 1. For the past several years Dr. Long had been engaged in testi- ing chemical compounds in the field of cancer which might prove helpful in the treatment and cure of cancer. Dr. Long came to McMurry in 1956. He was a graduate of Ohio Wcslcyan and the University of Kansas. Ho was a member of Alders- gate Methodist Church the Amer. ican Chemical Society American Association for the Advancement of Science and was a Mason. In this brief issue we hope to inform the students of the events of this first week. Due to the lack of time and or- ganized staff for the present we decided to merely print a two-page issue for your con- venience. Starting next week we will have our regular issues and publish once a week as in the ...

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