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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 September 1962

a! Atsi UN till I ffffjyyfffjs foillP'W McM Faculty Boosts With 10 Additions Ten new teachers join the Mc- Murry College faculty this semes- ter with five of them being actual additions and the other five being replacements Dr. Arlow W. Andersen profes- sor of history and former chair- man of the department at James- town College Jamestown N Dakota has joined our history department Dr Andersen is a native of Wisconsin He received his B A in philosophy from the University of Minnesota Both his M A and Ph D degrees were taken at Northwestern University in His- tory He speaks Noiwegian Danish and Swedish reads German and writes Norwegian His doctor's dissertation was on "Scandinavian Immigrants and American Public Affairs" In 19G0-19G1 he was a Fulbnght rcseaich scholar at the University of Oslo Norway The son of a Methodist minister Dr Andersen is a certified lay pi enrher of the Methodist Church He has been active in Methodist Church work He and his wife have one child A new addition...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 September 1962

By S&- l "th4H i i f VOLUME 40 Festival of Fun Theme For All-School Party Operation Fun will get into full swing Friday night at 7:30 with a "Festival of Fun" all-school party between Martin and Hunt dormi- tories. A "Festival of Fun" will be the first of 5 all-school parties spon- sored by the Student Association. Each party or social wil' have different kinds of activities from dancing to games with refresh- ments. Sarah Regal is in charge of the project. Friday's "Festival of Fun" will begin with games led by Alex Foy. Miss Foy is returning to Mc- Murry after working as youth director at Muleshoe Texas and is now with First Methodist Church in Abilene. She is form- erly from Sweetwater. Following the games there will be dancing and refreshments on Editor's Note: Smoke Signals is a weekly feature which at- tempts to present Investiga- tions of tho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and In the future. Both students and faculty members will be asked from ti...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 September 1962

Page 2 THE WAH WHOOP WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 19 1962 "Goose Flesh" Patriots Stifle U.S. Progress By SALLY FINCH One of my greatest amusements and often a source of grief and discouragement is to observe Americans as the btar bpangled Banner is being played bervice men will salute or stand in rigid attention; others put their hand over their heart or merely observe in respect and silence. Then there are those who gaze giggle fidget talk and look over their shoulders at the next guy. However all of these various types experience some sort of emotion at hearing the Na tional Anthem; but the worst kind is the one who gets ooose Flesh" from the beautiful chords and then the next day curses the government for making him pay taxes or drafting his son. Individualism is one of the characteristics of our Western World and is one we take great pride in and broadcast to other nations as our greatest accomplishment. We hold it over their heads to single us out as "civilized and cultured" peoples. I bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 September 1962

WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 19 1962 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 SI III1. ' WW UPtm 'I II iiiiiTHUm i-..-- ipMimy ) i n inrttmmmmfmmmmmmmmimmi'gmmmmE'yamm i'" l"IIHIWl1(llllill I i . . I ijM.ll I "JmmmJimm i mi ' m i '' mt" n tmHm'mmm'mm"mmmmfM!mMMMMMMMMMmMMMMM Indians Play Cowboys In Inter-City Opener Although 1962 won't be one of Hardin-Simmons better years the McMurry Indians will be playing an improved group of Cowboys when the two teams clash in Public Schools Stadium Saturday night for Abilene's first collegiate inter-city action of the season Coach Grant Tcaff's warriors will be defending their title gain- ed from last year's round robin that also left H-SU in the cellar and ACC in second place The Indians will battle for their second consecutive city title with the same deceptive back' field that won the crown last year and although McMurry's overall weight has been whittled by the loss of 250-pound all- American guard John Thomas their line will still remain pow- eiful and aggressive Hardin-S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 September 1962

WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 19. 19G2 Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Dr. Bottom Continued Irom Pago 1 traded to MtMurry by the salary scales and there are some here who were here when the college hod no salary sc.ile at all We do not come here because of tin. scenic beauty oi Uk iti.ri.a- tional facilities nor for the fringe benefits all of which are widel used as inducements by many ed- ucational and industrial organiza- tions And we did not come because of the magnificent structures which house our offices and class-' room-? and laboratories at least not in the sciences and fine arts departments I would suggest that one reason which compelled most of us to join the faculty oi tins college is that we saw here a "chal- lenge " We saw CcMurry College not as it was when we joined the faculty but as we visualized it at some time in the future Most of us have had experience with nion- than one type of college or university either as students or as teachers or as both Most of us have cxpeiicnicd the feeling o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 September 1962

jr McMURRY COLLEGE (j Kl VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26. 1962 NUMBER 3 Ringer McM Mascot Gone From School Have you noticed something missing this year on campus? I'm sure all of the McMurry veterans know what is gone from our cam- pus Ringer. Freshmen and transfers never knew Ringer and unfortunately will never know him He was our mascot for many years attending school picnics and outside affairs and sometimes inside functions! But no matter where the students congregated there was Ringer ready for action and any bone he might be able to beg borrow or steal As to description there never was an uglier dog He was white (usually a dirty white) and had misplaced black spots adorning his thick furry coat An unsual- ly big dog Ringer frequently sported in chasing smallei ani- mals Unfoitunately this was the fatal habit of our trusty mascot foi he was shot this summei by a farmci whoso sheep Ringci was chasing All of us mourn the loss of him but soon students who neei kne...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 September 1962

Pago 2 cp Editor's No!c: Smoke Signals is a weekly foaiuro which at- tempts to present investigations of ihr current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in the future. Doth btudents and faculty members uro asked from time to lime to submit material This week's guest writer is student Melvin L Wilson a history major sen- ior from Comanche Texas. THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARY II by Melvin Wilson 'Hi il mlf ul Mision of my In il Diitmii uy II is piismt i 1 I 111 i 1 fin tin hi in fit of ! 1 in fn shiiun tin Um i i In i ii) tists howi u tli it i tin in y pit list lln 1iilIi1 .ii- i ti ill fniilions which follow Willi 1 1 it. (iiptiuu of ilifimtion i on I it om .ill put un to mil own in tiluliim of liiKlict leant- I Ambiosc Hunt n An Ann i ii in intilliilu.il whose own wotk I hi Devils Dictionaiy' is ot touisi highl infinor to tin woik of the picscnt lcxi- ii)ji.i)hn J lotim n A bok of pictures published once each ycir np- iisdittng the aggicgate vanity of McMuny students facul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 September 1962

WEDNESDAY SEPT. 2G. 1962 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Tribe Plays Penguins In Ohio Saturday The warm-blooded McMurry Indians will leave their accustom- ed southern environment this week to trael approximately 1500 miles to Youngstown Ohio to open action with the Youngs- town University Penguins Satur- day afternoon McMurry hasn't had a game on its schedule very far north in ears and most of the biaves of of the 19G2 tribe will be playing in unfamiliar and pot haps un- pleasant sunoundings The Penguins a well suited name foi this team of the noith how ev cr hav cn't been t pecasted to an specific region They have met opposition fiom 17 different states and last ycai traveled to Scguin to deadlock with Tcas Luthcian Penguins however are com- paiativel small when stacked up against an Indian biavc and the same is tiuc in the case of the two colleges Youngstown has an average weight of about 175 against Mc- Murrj's approximate 190 and has only seven team members all linemen who weigh 200 or mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 September 1962

THE WAR WHOOP WEDNESDAY SEPT. 2B. 19S2 Pago 4 :w)a "7 ' . KiwsKuutr .fn. . .- - v bb M ft Graduate Fellowships Open to Male Seniors i. J kw''liti$M &Avi4Jy rtra? w ..; 5 $&W&?& MjiL rww BOOSTING THE SCHOOL SPIRIT at McMurry Jhis year by pop rallys cheering and assemblies are iho cheerleaders of 1362-1963. They are from left to right Linda Boll. David Thompson Kay Brownlco Bob Stafford Julia Denman and Gary Roberts. Back-to -School Picnic Planned for Volunteers Volunteois had its first meeting for the new school year on Mon- day September 17 1002 John Ed- wiiids president of Forum bi ought the devotion. Plans weio made for a picnic on September 29 1902 to be held nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Steinman. Dates for the picnic will be optional. Any girls wanting to belong to Volunteers who want to go to the picnic should contact Susan Everett or Jo Ann Tomlinson. New members at the meeting weic Sharon Steen Donna Moore Karen Lusby Kathy Garrett Diane Morns Helen Bick...

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

f THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 3 1962 NUMBER 4 m PROPOSED NEW McMURRY LIBRARY This U a model of the proposed new $400000 Mc- Murry College library. Architects are now drawing final plans for the new 100000 volume library and the board of trustees is expected to clear the way for construction of the new build ing when it meets in October. It is hoped that construction can get underway by late November. Galleon McM Seeks Student McMurry College's literary magazine the Galleon is once again seeking material This arti- cle is to acquaint new students with and to remind returning stu- dents of their creative outlet on the campus The Galleon is pub- lished twice yearly usually ap- pearing during dead week of each semester The magazine is in its thirty-eighth volume and still growing The purpose of the Galleon is to give the students of McMurry an outlet for their thoughts ideas or any creative whim It is the wilting and art of the students themselves that...

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

THE WAR WHOOP WEDNESDAY OCT. 3 1962 Pago 2 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS ! ..-.. ' 'i i I i r"vi it- JlreiJ.-Jn I -7S I bti(.vi I Wr"& c UOA " TT t J. i kv i . i LrrTi. H 1?p tflBftf other students hree Steps to Happiness sssr As ToW by Reate Dst lL?UlT WoftZlN' A9CUTWHAT KlNP LOPA CO0K4S IT $I WITH A LINE THIS LONG iTWLtfT 0A 'NAP'." Dr. Anderson Tells of Norwegian Background In 1895 a Norwegian family left Drammen Norway came to the United States and settled in Nec- nali Wisconsin. Dr. Arlow W. Andersen professor of history was born there in Wisconsin to that Norwegian family. Not only docs Dr. Andersen teach history but he has written n book on the history of Norwegian-Danish Methodism in Amer- ica entitled "The Salt of the Earth" which will soon be pub- lished. His fust teaching position was at Kendall College a Methodist Junior College in Evanston Illi- nois He taught there eight years hefnic serving In the Army Air l'oice in the Second World War. He taught the cadets and served as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 October 1962

WEDNESDAY. OCT. 3 19S2 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 JERRY REEVES will bo filling tho left halfback slot this week when the Tiibe plays Southwest Texas State. Reeves is tempor- arily replacing first string Don Davis who was injured In tho McMurry-Hardin-Simmons game two weeks ago. Tribe Hosts Bobcats In Abilene Saturday The McMurry Indians who last week broke a six-game winning streak will host the undefeated Southwest Texas Bobcats in Abi- lcne's Public Schools Stadium Saturday night at 7:30. Coach Grant Teaff's Indians lost all hope for a perfect season when they returned from Youngs- town Ohio last week with a 19-0 bruising given to them by the Youngstown University Penguins. The Tribe had started the season with wins over Howard Payne and Hardin-Simmons. The Bobcats a Lone Star Con ference club pasted the Sul Ross Lobos last week in their first league encounter to add another mark to an undefeated season. The Cats ran over Texas Lutlv eran 25-7 in their opener and shut out Tarleton State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 October 1962

THE WAR WHOOP WEDNESDAY. OCT. 3 1962 Pago 4 Women's "Murals' Get Underway The women's Intramural Coun cil met last week to set up the schedule and regulations for the forthcoming intramural games. Each woman's social club has entered a team and teams have also been formed in the freshman dorms and among upper classmen independents. Volleyball the first competi- tion was to begin October 1 at 5:30 in Indian Gym. All girls who arc interested in this program and who are not already listed as a member of some team see Annette Marrs. Those already listed on a team roster but who have not paid their 25 cents dues please see Nelda Scott 201 President Hall This 25 cents must be paid before a girl is eligible to play. ALONG WITH THE cheerleaders band and students who help boost school spirit nro the Mc- Murry Maidonctlet who attend each game and perform for the school at half-times. This year lhero are six Maidenottes twirling in front of the band. They are pictured above from left to right ...

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

LIUWWY Uh McMURRY COLLtGF ABILENE. TEXAS f OCT 1 I 1962 THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1962 NO. 5 w McM Theater Has Try-outs Try-outs for the next McMurry Theatre production "The Temp- est" by William Shakespeare will be held this Friday from 3:30 to 5:30 and Saturday from 9:00 to 12:00 noon. Jim Baincs director and Bobby Joyce Smith assistant director have announced the play and the fact that there 15 male roles and 12 female roles. The male roles include: Alfonso King of Naples; Sebastian his brother; Prospero the right Duke of Milan; Antonio his brother the usurping Duke of Milan; Ferdinand son of the King of Naples; Gonzalo an honest old Counsellor Adiiun and Francisco Lords; Caliban a savage and de- formed slave; Trinculo a jester; Stephano a drunken butler; Master of a ship; and Boatswain. Female roles include: Miranda daughter of Prospero; Ariel an airy spirit; Iris Ceres and Uno spirits. There are also numerous bit parts as Mariners Nymp...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday Oct. 10 1962 Pago 2 SMaolceXZ j0? Editor's Not": RmoVo Signals is a weekly foaturo which at- tempts lo present investigations of lho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in lho future. Both students and faculty members will bo asked from time to iimo lo submit material. This week wo arc publishing an article by Dr. S. B. Thompson Dean of Men and Professor of History. WHAT SHOULD WE DO ABOUT CUBA? The above topic was used for an at tide that I prepared for the War Whop about eight months ago Nothnif! has happened since then to chance the views express- ed on th.it occasion so I should like to summarise them briefly at the beginning of this article I assumed that our policy should be delei mined by three funda- mental points of view. First the evolution in Cuba and its cap- ture by the Communist relates not only lo Cuba but also to the Intel nal security of the U. S. and other nations in this hemisphere. Second the U. S. must move with a...

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

I Wednesday Oct. 10 1962 Dave's DIGGIN'S By DAVID MONTGOMERY ACC has heavy stakes riding on its ability to beat Hardin-Sim-mons Saturday night. If Coach Les Wheeler's Wild- cats drop this one they will lose an open shot at McMurry for the City Col- legiate title. But probably far worse they will have the terrible misfor- tune of break- ing a 26-game losing streak a feat that would net them more than a few loud guffaws. The task confronting Wheeler and his squad of Wildcats won't be an easy one. They will be playing a group of Cowboys that have shown considerable im- provement since a 39-0 opening loss. Hardin-Simmons mentor Jack Jack Thomas' crash program first began to show its effects when the Cowboys threw a scare into defending Missouri Valley Con- ference titlist the University of Wichita. The Cowboys had a touchdown pass called back in the scoreless first half and came close to another score near the game's end. Wichita held on to a narrow 13-6 decision at the final gun but th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 October 1962

Pago 4 THE WAH WHOOP Wednesday. Oct. 10 1962 g Wjjmmk xilH "Waiting for Godot" To Be Presented This Week-end GARY MOORE AND BOBBY JOYCE SMITH rehearse for the McMurry Fall production of "Waiting for Godot" to be presented this week-ond in the Radford Memorial Chapel at 8:00. The McMurry College Theater ill open its fall season next Thursday night October 11 by presenting "Waiting for Godot" in Radford Memorial Auditorium at 8 p. m. The play will run for three nights. Jim Baines drama instructor and director has announced a cast of five for the show: Bobby Joyce Smith talented actress who has had extensive experience at the University of Utah Arizona University and the Montgomery Ala Little Theatre and with the Ashiya Players in Ashiya Japan; Gary Moore Abilene High gradu- ate who has done work in AHS with the Abilene Community Theater and Junior League of Abilene; Jim Henderson a trans- fer from Huntington College in Indiana and a son of a McMurry biology professor; Robert Silvey fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 October 1962

f UB.OT OF iflcffirW KUJBt THE 'i!'.rSc lW McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17. 1962 m McMurry Debaters make up a portion of the school and its competitive spirit by engaging in de- bates both locally and inter-collegiately. Pictured from left to right arc Lt. Terrence McNulty Ronald Butler Sandra Hcndrick Bruce Gillette Donna Day MSgt. Monte Givens Karen Sirio- bal Buinger Dickson Mr. Glenn Rodgers sponsor and Don Martin. McM Debaters Become A Campus Honorary "The McMurry Debaters" now become an official campus honor- ary. Glenn II. Rogers Director of Forensics has announced. Or- ganized with twelve charter members the group is dedicated to training qualified students in the skills of argumentation and persuasion and responsible public address. Charter members of the new honorary include: Sandra Hend- rick Karen Striebel Buenger Dickson Donna Day Ethel Clif- ton Lt. Terrance McNulty MSgt. Monte Givens Sgt. Richard E. Burwitz Kenneth Elliott Calvin Howell ...

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

Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 17. 1962 The American Way- Various Opportunities Editor's Note: The following Is a feature letter from Joseph D. Barneti Mlnistor at Peoria Illinois. Lest we forget what is the American way of freedom7 1. It is opportunity regardless of race color or crcod. Right now I am thinking of a successful businessman in a southern city Whin he was 14 he helped Ins father on a small farm He had meager education just barely able to read and write Yet he dreamed of having a business of his own someday and helping needy people In 1921 he went to the city and found a job in a junk yard for a few dollars a week Ho saved a few cents each week A short time later he bought a horse and wagon and went into the junk business He continued to save A little later lie bought a transfer eompany He invested in a carpet cleaner's concern and a foundry He then went into the construc- tion business and built a subdivi- sion of 500 homes I3y this time lie had married a young...

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

Wednesday October 17. 1962 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 PROPOSED FIELD HOUSE-GYMNASIUM As pari of McMurry's long-range planning one of lhe proposed buildings Is a new field house-gymnasium. This is a picture of the architect's model of the building. The structure would cost around $400000. Girls Physical Ed. Class Diverge From the Norm By EDNA BYRD Hut two three four . . . comes the cry from the girls' gym where military training is being intro- duced in the physical education classes. The P. E. program is going to produce not only P. E. majors but also military cadets singers pep leaders and athletes including track stars and football players. Marching around the gym in step the girls learn such military terms as "about face" "forward march" and "dress right." "Row row row your boat. . ." chant the girls as they sing while exercising. The song is even sung in rounds Sing Along with Mrs Barbara Swagerty. A modern ver sion to the tune of "Row Your Boat" is being introduced in the P. E. class...

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