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

THE WAR WHOOP Wednciday. October 17. 1962 Page 4 Dave's DIGGIN'S Things ore beginning to look up in the camp for the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets Since Scp- tembcr 15. the lav McMurry d r o p p c d the Jackets 7-0 and i u i n e d C o ii c h Rusty Russell's inaug- ural at lire the Jackets mi- nrm ( ll Until thev were finally able to nudge Texas A and I 14-7 last week The win gave them the distinc- tion of being the first among iw.ir Texas Bantist brothers at ti ...i.- H.irrlm-Kimmons. and Corpus Chnsti to win a ball game. Hussc.ll who has seen forty eventful yeais as a coach has the ability to produce winning teams but upon entering Howard Payne he was faced with a little bad luck. His senior quarterback Bobby Gofoith who was to call the sig- nals on those 300 plays that Rus- sell has pounded into the heads of his men received serious head injuues in an automobile acci- dent which oceuired only 30 miles fiom Lirownvvood as he returned foi fall piacticc Gofoith who was labeled out foi ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 October 1962

McMurry Homecoming Special Edition A f THE McMURRY COLLEGE Welcome Exes VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 19G2 LLLBr-C" M hIMK' 'jflnHIK lMLLLLW JTH r jia i mi m mi - L - WSar A IIP JHHB ik . OH j Mm I mK"m&A mmm THIS FRIDAY NIGHT the royally will bo presented in Radford in the official ceremonies and coronation of Reservation Princess and Chief McMurry. All of the candidates are not pictured but those pictured aro from left to right back row David Webb sophomore Keith Lightfooi freshman Dickie Clcmmer sophomore Jake Moore junior and Eddie Leech freshman. The front row are Carol Hembree senior. Kalhy Lewis freshman. Donna Burke senior Alice Frazer freshman. 1962 Homecoming Culminates With Ceremonies This Week-end McMurry's 1962 Homecoming ceremonies will officially begin Friday Oct. 20 at 8:00 a m. in the Radford Auditorium with the traditional opening ceremonies. The program will begin with an Indian scene and narration in- cluding the traditional reading of an I...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 October 1962

Pago 2 THE WAH WHOOP Wednesday October 24 19G2 ? Editor's Kslci Smskc Signals is a weekly feature which at- tempts to present investigations of lho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in the future. Both students and faculty membors will bo asked from timo to limo to submit material. This week wo aro publishing a condensa- tion of tho address made by President Bonnett to the Mc- Murry Colloge Board of Trustees on October 16. INTEGRITY OF PURPOSE It is natural I believe for people to want to know how Mc- Murry is different from a college which is not church-related. To begin with John Wesley pointed the way when he said "Let us unite the two so long divided knowledge and vital piety " If we may imagine what he had in mind might we not say that any Christian seeker for trutli must in his .search relate it to iomu divine oiigin? An atheist may be as scientif- ically curicct in his formulas as a ''hiMinn Hut the Christian mios divine oiigin and interven- tion in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 October 1962

Wednesday October 24 1962 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Redskins Host Corpus Saturday McMurry's Redskins still smarting from losses they suffer- ed in their past two outings stay home Saturday to take on Corpus Christ! University. The 7:30 action in Public Schools Stadium will highlight McMurry's homecoming festivi- ties. McMurry fell to Arlington State in Arlington last week giving the Indians a 3-3 record for the season. The Indians have also fallen to Youngstown University and Trinity University all in away-from-home battles. Coach C. L. Norrell's Corpus Christi team has yet to see their first victory this season. They suf- fered their first three losses with Pensacola Louisiana State and Sam Houston State with 2G-0 margins. They have also fallen to Mexico Poly Texas A and I and Lackland Air Force Base. The prize name in the Corpus Christi crowd is center Gerald Winstcad a 6-4 210-pounder around whom the line play and defense will revolve. Ends John Baker and Bill Guthrie tackle J. R. Jon...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 October 1962

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 24 1S62 Pago 4 First McMurry Different From The first Homecoming Ccro- moni"' of McMurry College vere held Wednesday Nov 9 and Thursday November 10 1927 That ycir there were 17 McMurry hxes to he entertained the grad- uating class of 192G numbered G the class of 1927 11 The Home- coming ball game was the Nov 10 contest with Dnnicl Baker of Brownwood for the 1927 T I A A championship Homecoming began with a night pep rally and bonfire near the gym just south of where the dining lull is now The ceiemony centeied around a hand carved totem pole don ited by West Texas Utilities and decorated by the Wall W.iht.ijsccs with the seorc s of the season's games The team sat in a circle around the totem The Wall Wahtaysces be- ginning that ycir to function as the official choc ring section form- ed an outer cnele around them and holding lighted matches to symbolize the Indian meaning of their name ' Tire Flies" chanted the names of the teim members Then the bonfi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 October 1962

TIP SING-SONG NOV. 4 THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1962 Wr X ) 1 1 Burke Stone Reign at McM ) McMurry's 19G2 Homecoming was culminated last Friday night as Donna Burke senior from Albuquerque New Mexico and Jerry Stone senior from Arkan- sas City Kansas were crowned Reservation Princess and Chief McMurry by McMurry President Gordon Bennett along with the class favorites in the formal cor- onation ceremonies held in Rad- ford Auditorium. Freshmen favorites are Kathy Lewis and Keith Lightfoot. Soph- omore favorites ended in a tie for the girls which are Bobbye Park- er and Alice Frazer and Dickie . Clemmer as the remaining favor- '' ite. Shirley Bickley and Clayton Brooks were chosen junior favor- ites and those from the senior class are Annette Hutchins and Gervis Galbraith. Jane Bailey and Ernest Park were runner-ups for Reservation Princess and Chief McMurry. Other runner-ups are as follows: Freshmen Nancy Smith and Ed- die Leach; sophomore Da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 October 1962

Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday October 31 1962 SP c? p Dan Turner McMurry junior. CREATION BY EXPLOSION Recently the Methodist Student Movement presented n tape re- cording of Bishop Gerald Ken- nedy's message ' Creation by Ex- plosion " The tape aroused inter- est among a Tew students and per- haps a few of the high points should be reiterated Bishop Kennedy is trying to ad- diess himself to the philosophical theological and sociological prob- lem of creation as it is active in the universe today We so often think that 'in the beginning was Creation' and that creation stops just there Quite often we are oblivious to the creations of science educa- tion religion going on around us because such creations tend to come as end to a long evolution- al y process Wo are so involved with the theories of evolution in science education and religion that we have lost sight of the fact that ci cation can conic quite suddenly Oftin creation explodes within society with such foice tint we ignoie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 October 1962

Wednesday Oclober 31 1962 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 McM Tribe To Meet Tarleton Texans Sat. The McMurry Indians hit the lond again this week after a suc- cessful GO-20 homecoming victory with Corpus Christi. The Indians take on the Tarleton State Tex- ans in a neutral site at Brockcn- ridge. The Texans had an open date Saturday but the previous week they defeated Henderson State College of Arkadelphia Arkansas for their only win in six starts. McMurry's successful homecom- ing gave the Indians a 4-3 record for the season. Tarleton's head coach Johnny Dunn took advantage of the Tex- ans' day off Saturday to scout McMurry during the Tribe's game with Corpus Christi. Asked about this week's battle Dunn said he was worried about the huge size of some of McMur- ry's players. Dunn has been plagued with injuries and inex- perienced depth this year and im- plied that the Texans' battle with McMurry would not be an easy one. He did say however that Tarleton plans to give it all they have and that "McM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 October 1962

Pago 4 THE WAH WHOOP Wednesday. October 31 1962 tr 2W$tfii$0v'&M$$i hA" awfhf tfv i m PAPOOSES GET THE PITCH about Delta Beta Eptllon and the McMurry Indian Teopeo Village from froth Indian Jerry Neeley from Jackiboro. Suggested Schedule For Mid-Semester Exams MONDAY. NOV. 5 10:00 MWF 1:00 MWF TUESDAY. NOV. 6 8:00 TT 2:30 TT WEDNESDAY. NOV. 0:00 MWF 2:00 MWF 3:00 MWF THURSDAY. NOV. 8 10:30 TT 1:00 TT FRIDAY. NOV. 9 8:00 MWF 11:00 MWF To Be Arranged by Instructors: 11:30 TT 12:00 TT 12:00 MWF Happy Dead Week! SPS Attends Convention at Univ. of Kansas A five-man delegation repre- sented the McM chnptT of thp national physics honor society SPS at its Quadannual Conven- tion at the Univ. of Kansas Oct. 22-24. The delegates were James G. Thomas sponsor; Tom Laney president; Paul Schultz of ACC vice-president; Reynold Carlson secretary-treasurer; and Jerry Ivey. The purpose of the conven- tion was to plan for growth of the organization and form its new na- tional policies. The McM cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 November 1962

lirrr Who's Who Finalists Announced at McM The formal list of the candi- dates for Who's Who Among Siu- denis in American Universities and Colleges was released this week with 27 McMurry students receiving the honors Among the list there were sev- en juniors chosen and the rest were seniors The list is as fol- lows Claude (Dogie) Giles junior from Abilene who is in Kiva social club and active in Senate and student council; Janice M Young junior from San Angelo who is president of Gamma Sigma social club president of Wah Wahtaysec secretary-treasurer of interclub council and a member of SEA Jim Wynne senior from San Angelo who is president of Eta Epsilon Iota social club and in McMurry THE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. ssV-isisHQHIwl2r?Sb"flHci4kr i !PVPWV mm: risnimiWvfl7! lAisisisiH HsHHBt KIVA WINS MEN'S DIVISION CUP AT T. I. P. Sing-Song Sunday afternoon singing Father" directed by Larry Marshal. Peace Corps At McMurry Lloyd Wright Director of Pub- lic Affairs Support for the Peace Corps wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 November 1962

Pago 2 c? Ldilor s Note' Smoke Signals is a weekly fcaturo which at- tempts to present invcsliga lions of the current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in the future Both students and faculty members aro invited to submit matorial. This week wo aro publishing some commonts mado by Mr. Bill Lambert assistant to the director of in- formation. THE ILLLUSION OF CIVIL DEFENSE 'The citizen who sets out to study thermonuclear war will find himself richly supplied with literature by his Government I have reviewed this material and I must till you that I find it to lie incomplete and uneven in qu ility and reliability " This was the opening remark made by Mr Gerard 1'iel pub- lisher of Scientific American in a Sin Francisco speech Mr Piel and other Americans fear that our governments slick lcassunng fallout shelter litcra- t in c ind cleverly constructed ' public service television com- mt i li ils ire causing you and me to lonsuler thermonuclear war to be i feasible and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 November 1962

Wednesday Nov. 7 1962 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Tribesmen Seeking Fourteenth Victory Over Wildcats Saturday The McMurry Indians will be seeking to retain their city championship title as they match strength and wits against their cross-town rivals ACC in Public Schools Stadium Saturday at 2:30 p. m. McMurry is the defending champion from a title race that began last year between Abi- lene's three institutions of high- er learning. Losses to both Mc- Murry and ACC have already put H-SU out of the title race. The Wildcats lead in the Mc-Murry-ACC series 16-13 but the Redskins have won the last four. The Tribesmen boosted their record to 5-3 last week against Tarleton State while ACC beat Arlington State 28-18 to give the Wildcats a 4-4 mark. The two teams have battled three common opponents including of course H-SU. Besides Arlington State Ace has beaten Howard Payne 29-28. McMurry has a 7-0 win over the Paynesmen but fell to Arlington. 28-18. Coach Grant Teaff said that the Wildcats "have the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 November 1962

i Page 4 THE WAH WHOOP Wednesday Not. 7 19C2 HEraDlir lift t'$""'r "r''-f;rgrt. it 111 f liIP Delta Beta Epsilon won ihc Women's Cup at iho T. I. P. Sing-Song with their rendition of "Tumbling Tumblowecds." Smoke Signals (Continued from Page 2) responsibility of his elected of- ficials On the other side of the world poMvi contest in satisfaction of the equations of war-game theory it invites a Pre-emptive Strike For the dubious protec- tion it promises civil defense has exacted a dangerous cost to na- tional .security. It is clear that in launching its fallout-shelter program the Ad- ministration has sought to find a compromise. Between the still overwhelm- ing popular roluclanco to ac- cept violonco ns n wny of life on iho ono hand and iho pres- sure to "do something" on Iho other iho Administration has cut its problom down iho mid- dle. The Admimstiation has yielded to piessure fiom essentially two qiiiiiteis The first onginatcs with u i (.-sponsible politicians in both parties wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1962

f THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY NOV. 14. 1962 No. 10 0n? Wynn Enters SingingContest Jim Wynn senior from San Angelo entered indirect competi- tion against 33 entrants this week in the singing contest with the upper college men from the Southwest area; competition and scoring was continued for two days and final scores of all con- testants will be announced later. A McMurry College music stu- dent Jim Wynn of San Angelo will compete on November 11 12 and 13 in the annual "Student Audition" contest of the South- west Region of the National Association of Teachers of Sing- ing being held at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. A baritone soloist Wynn is a student of Dr. Richard C. von Ende chairman of McMurry's Fine Arts Division. He will be accompanied at the piano by Miss Toni Williams a sophomore mu- sic education major from Odessa. Wynn is a music education ma- jor junior. A tenor sax player he also does orchestra work. First prize in the competition is $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1962

i Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday. Nov. 14 1962 movements. Although not always producing material gains the highest intellectual and spiritual attainment comes from a positive approach. ? C? By DAN TURNER The false attitudes and actions of students has often been the topic of discussions in lectures srimons and psychology class rooms It is becoming quite pop- ular on college campuses to be considered one of the intellectual nliti. I u'nillrl ggjjgjT detract nothing irom me sin- cere scholar. I am ques- tioning the di- rection of the group of stu- dents who make it their means of "se curity" to view themselves as "intellectuals" and take certain positions and attitudes to distin- guish themselves from the "ordin- ary" student. The "intellectual elite" that I am speaking of seems quite often f.ilse in manner and fickle to the scholarly goals of higher ed- ucation The first position that one must ascribe to is an aloof- ness fiom the masses. One must not become a member of any movement ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1962

Wednesday. Nov. 14 1962 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Indians Lose City Crown To ACC McMurry's Indians lost their unofficial title of "City Collegiate Football Champions" when ACC edged past them 14-12 Saturday in Public Schools Stadium. ACC's successful rematch vic- tory avenged a 33-28 deficit that the Redskins handed them last year. The two clubs went into action with 1-0 city record both having dropped the Hardin-Sim-mons Cowboys earlier in the season. Saturday's results put both teams on an equal standing giv- ing both McMurry and ACC a season mark of 5-4. The three-way city title chase began last year when H-SU first entered competition with the other two schools but the heated Indian-Wildcat rivalry is as old as 1030. McMurry still trails in the sories 17-13 but up until Satur day things had been on an even basis for the past ten years each team having won five apiece Since 1959 when McMurry drop ped the Cats 14-7 the race has been a see-saw affair. In 1960 ACC posted a 2G-0 mauling on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1962

Pago K THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday. Nov. 14. 1962 Riva Host to Black-White Kivn men's sociol club held their annual Black and White Dance last Saturday night Nov. 10 in Radford social hall with the Northwinds playing for the members and their dates The girls were given white orchids and the boys wore black boutonniercs. The room was dec- orated in black and white and the stage was set in the red Kiva bird with black and white back- ground. Ronnie Huntsman Doug Gore und Mike Dennett presented a program for the group. Diessed as two well known recording artists two of the boys dedicated appropriate songs to the members of the club after which the boys s.ing their club song Refreshments were served dur- ing the evening Guests at the d.inte were Mr. Richard Miller and Mr. Richards club sponsor. Committee chairmen for the (Inmc were Lmdell Foster decor- ations Carlton Villars refresh- ments and Ronnie Huntsman en-teitiiininent Physics Chapter Elects Officers McMuny College's national physics...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 November 1962

t THE McMURRY COLLEGE m VOLUME 40 DAVID JACKSON Abileno freshman and holder of first chair in the trumpet section of the Indian Band is featured playing the post horn. This will be only one of many featured num- bers the band will present to its many audiences this coming week. Indian Band Prepares Busy Tour Schedule The McMurry Indian Band be- gins its fall tour Saturday Dec. 1 according to Dr. Raymond T. Bynum director. The tour will end December 5. The band's appearance before high school audiences in West Texas is a unique experience for those groups. It is one of the very few bands in the country fea- turing the Aida trumpets and a handbell section. This fall's tour will take the group to such towns as Friona Art Show to Feature Work Of Instructor J. Robert Miller well known Abilene artist who joined the Mc- Murry art faculty this fall will hold a one-man show featuring his Tahitian landscapes and a col- lection of portraits December 2- 16 at the Abilene Fine Arts Museum. Forma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 November 1962

Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday. Nov. 28. 1962 C? S? Tho following is an inlor- lew with Roverend Robert McWilliams. missionary to Japan. IN THE QUEST FOH WORLD PEACE IS THE ARMS BUILD- UP AND THE CONSEQUENT FEAR AROUSED THE ONLY MEANS THAT WILL KEEP US OUT OF INTERNATIONAL WAR? The military dctcrcnt theory or principle of massive retaliation is only useable as a stop gap measure The arms build-up is bound to ex- plode sooner or later due to fear misunder- standing m- sinity or acci- iU nt In the present fame of mutual deter- rents the fe ir that the other guy may push the button first keeps both pirties from thinking and acting rationally to net at the root of the trouble DAK TURNEn Editor's Note: Smoke Signals is a rogular featuro which at- tempts to presont investiga- tions of the current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and In the future. Students and faculty membors are invited to submit material to Dan Turner the perman- ent editor and writer. Especial- ly wel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 November 1962

Wednesday Nov. 28 1962 1962-63 INDIAN CAGERS The 1962-63 varsity McMurry Cageis from left to right are Preston Mac Cade. Ross Shivers. Cecil Robinson Norman Hardy Douglas Gore. Clayton Brooks and Dean Tribe Leads City In Offense as Grid Season Ends In climaxing the 1962 season with a 22-8 victory over Louisiana College the McMurry Indians boosted their season record to a G-4 finale to earn a share of the second place berth in the race among independent colleges. ACC the Indians' arch-rivals also had a 6-4 mark for second place while West Texas State led the independents with an 8-2. The 6-4 mark equaled one that Coach Grant Teaff's gridsmen made last year but this year's tribe of Indians surpassed marks made in 1961 in other major phases of statistics. The tribe led the city's other two higher institutions in total offense total defense rushing of- fense and rushing defense. Until the final game the Indians held the number one spot in passing offense until the final week of play whe...

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