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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 November 1962

Page 4 WAH WHOOP Wednesday. Not. 28. 1962 "Trojan Women" To Culminate 'The Trojan Women" the on- coming production of the McMur- ry Theater will be presented De- cember 13 14 and 15 in Radford Auditorium at 8 p. m. Bobby Joyce Smith will be the assistant director and James Parramorc the stage manager. Assistant stage manager is Mickey Beaty and Charles Bryan the house manager. The crews behind the scenes arc many and their jobs arc var- ied. Lighting crew: Gary Moore head Loyd Deen Edward Hor- ton and David Girdner. Scenery Crew: James Parramorc head Sherry Bryan Robert Gillette David Girdner Norma Hughes Ben Ezzell Mickey Beaty and Loyd Dean. Publicity Crew: Robert Gil- lette head Mary Brown Chuck Bryan Eveietta McArthur Mar- ion Marshall Jim Henderson and Junette McLean. Costume Crew: Kthcl Clifton head Mary Lou Braymer Venie Palasota Andrea Carter Ella Dayc Flowers and Polly Hackler. Make-up: James Self head Jo Henderson Georgia Hurt Jennifer Jordon and Kathy Kretschmer. Pioperti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1962

V t THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1962 m Delegates Attend Chemistry Meet Two students and three profes- sors from the McMurry College chemistry department are sched- uled to attend the annual South- west Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society De- cember 6 7 and 8 in Dallas Dr W Norton Jones chairman of the division of science said that the 3-day meeting will take place in the Statler-Hilton In addition to Dr Jones the meeting is being attended by Dr Roy W Sonntag and Dr Lyndol Harris assistant professors of chemistry and two chemistry- major students who plan to enter chemical research following their graduation from McMurry Rey- nold Carlson of Brady and Mcr- vyn Willard of Carlsbad N M The principal purpose of the meeting is tho reading of re- search papers from outstanding chemists Addresses will be given by several outstanding scientists Dr Linus Pauling internationally-famous scientist will discuss one of his chemistry texts Carls...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1962

Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 5 1962 C3Q COLLEGE AND FINE ARTS by STEVE HITTELSTET A horse after having forded a stream will not search for a wider one to see if he can ford it too. But a man will. We never believe we have swum far enough climbed high enough or persevered in our endeavors dili- gently enough to satisfy what we believe to be our destiny. Just as in the words of Soc- rates ". . . the unexamined life is not worth living" a man must always be in the constant search for truth. College life offers this oppor- tunity to a degree which cannot be surpassed by any other media. College is foremost a "house of intellect a community for insur- ing excellence a climate for cul- turing the mind" says Jacques nerzun in Tho "House of Intellect. As it preserves the old college also sets forth the new ideas which have real meaning for our time. We come to college with our presuppositions and our assump- tions College asks us to show the voucher for our beliefs; college deman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1962

Wednesday December 5 1962 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Warriors Edge Arlington Stone Brook Pace McM With two small but deadly cagers Jerry Stone and Clayton Brooks handling the reins in the scoring department and freshman Russell Noll and Ross Shivers controlling the backboards the McMurry Indians squeezed past the Arlington State Rebel 7G-72 McMurry Tourney To Begin Thursday The 12th annual McMurry Col- lege Invitational High School Basketball Tournament will get under way Thursday with twelve teams from the Abilene area par- ticipating. The first action will begin Thursday morning in Indian gym- nasium as Baird faces O'Brien. Other teams in the tournament will be Anson Eula Clyde Baird Hawloy Cross Plains Roscoe Roby Jim Ned Cisco Lueders and O'Brien. Besides the usual team awards 11 individual awards and one outstanding player award will be .given. Four games are scheduled for Thursday. The first game will be at 10:30 Baird vs. O'Brien. Ros- coe faces Cross Plains at 1:30 Clyde meets Eula at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1962

i Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Wednesday. December 5 1S62 Diakonia Continues Collecting Toys Here The Christmas Toy Drive spon- sored by Diokonia the girls' Christian service organisation (formerly Volunteers) will end December 14. Toys are being collected in all the dorms and in the first floor lobby in the Radford Building. Many toys have ulrcady been re- ceived but more could be used. The donated toys which must be in good condition or easily re- pairable will be given to needy children in East Abilene through Locust Community Center a pro- ject of the St. Paul Methodist Church WSCS. Kappa Phi Honored At Anniversary Party At the Abilene Country Club Thursday evening November 29 the exes of Kappa Phi gave a party for the present members to celebrate Kappa Phi's twenty- third anniversary as a social club. Included in the program was a speech given by the present pres- ident Margane Goforth and the presentation of one dozen Amer- ican beauty roses to Miss Vernic Newman sponsor of the club. Then...

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

s W THE McMURRY COLLEGE Attend President's Christmas rdiiy VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1962 No. 13 JANE BAILEY .& &&f??& T$ CAROLE ANN HEMBREE 6 S CAROLYN CATES MARILYN McDONALD SALLY FINCH PAULA TEETER ALICE FRAZER MARION DUBBS Totem Beauties Named Thursday Following Private Judging Contest Eight McMurry girls were pre- sentd in today's assembly pro- gram for reigning as McMurry's 1962-63 Totem Beauties chosen recently by three Abilene judges from a roster of 16 girls elected by the student body. The girls were presented to the student body and the remaining eight girls are runner-ups. All winners and runner-ups will be featured in the Totem according to Cindy Robinson and Sharon Clifton co-editors for the year book. Jane Bailey is at present an Abilene girl and the wife of sen- ior Bill Bailey but originally hails from Corpus Christl. She is a sen- ior elementary education major and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall of Corpus Christi. She ...

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

Pago 2 THE WAIt WHOOP Thursday December 13 1S62 c3 0 OUR DICTATOn FRIENDS Tumultuous tilings mo happen- ing in our world but docs the U S citien know that they arc happening-' Does tho U. S citizen know that in many areas the U S. is failing in the battle with the Communists? Notable areas of U. S diploma tic failures are in Laos For- mosa Korea and yes espec- ially Cuba The Cuba n block- ade crisis was the culmination of our past blunders rather than a great diplomatic cold-war achievement. The f.uluies most obvious arc the ones that seem to bo kept scent by our government How much does the average citien know about the U S-suppoiled ditt.ilois of the past ind piesent? H.itisla of Cuba Syngman Hhee of Koiim Tiujillo of the Douiin- ic.in liepublic .lie of the past I i .iihii of Spain Chiang Kai-shek of Nationalist Chin i ue dictatms who w me siippoituif! with nul- lum of doll. us of foicign aid (i.mstly milit.uy) Cliuini: Kai shek has only about l!()()l) Nationalist Chinese on the I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 December 1962

Thursday December 13 1962 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Indians to Clash With Trinity Tigers Saturday Tribe Seeking Perfect Mark The McMurry Indians will risk their perfect season Saturday night when they take on the Trinity Tigers in Indian Gym. The Indians have unveiled a sparkling Freshman talent in 6-4 Russell Noll and also have ex- perienced strength in veterans Jerry Stone Ross Shivers Clay- ton Brooks and Preston Vice. The Tigers lack experience but they now possess the tallest Trin- ity squad on record. They have a squad average of about 6-3 or C-4 but they have no individual players as high as Indians Ross Shivers and Mac Cade both of whom stand 6-9. The Tigers depend mostly on their good defensive playing to- gether with a fast and aggressive offensive punch Leading the Tiger attack will bo senior co-captain Gaylan Stioth 6-1 holder of three varsity letteis as he enters lus fourth year on the vaisity cage squad Although this Tigers star was out of action last year due to a knee injury ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 December 1962

I Page 4 WAR WHOOP Thursday December 13 1S62. Clubs Entertain By Christmas Parties Picnics CHI OMICRON PARTY Chi Omlcron's annual Christ- mas party was held this year on Saturday night December 8 in the Key Room of the Windsor Hotel. The Christmas theme was car- ried through a tree and decora- tions Gifts of toys were given by members to their dates and will later be contributed to patients at the Abilene State School. Enter- tainment for the event included dancing refreshments and carol singing. Special guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs Gerald Rich- ards Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Taylor and Sherwood Suter club spon- sor. TIP PICNIC A haynde and barbeque were the highlights of the spring picnic held by girl- social club TIP last Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Farr. Carrying out a western theme the girls and their dates left town in a haywagon and rode out to the Farrs' house where the couples enjoyed u barbeque. The previous spring pledges gave a program that highli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1962

Ow. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year THE McMURRY COLLEGE IT VOLUME 40 SB'SttSHf fix n " "si yEutf III $j& L3j WdtB'$i "Casey" Jones . Resigns Dining Hall Management Dear Friends of McMurry College: During the Christmas holidays I will be leaving McMurry College to accept a transfer. However I cannot leave without expressing my sincere apreciation to the ad- ministration faculty and the en- tire student body equally and without exception for making the past four years such a pleasant experience. Your many kind words and actions your patience and under- standing and especially your friendship have left a mark that I assure you will never be erased. I am confident that you will find Mr. John Langston the new manager of the dining hall a very i capable and congenial person and I thank you in advance for show- ing him the same fine spirit of cooperation which has made my years here so enjoyable. I wish each of you the very best for the Holiday Season and for continued success in yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1962

Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 19. 1962 c? By DAN TURNER Criminologists tell us that the overall crime rate in this coun- try and our state is guided largely by the existence of capital pun- ishment State executions actu- ally encourage more crimes of all types and prevent needed over- haul of outmoded outdated state penal codes In other words you and I are suffering directly from the exist- ence of state executions in Texas We're suffering morally and phy- sically Is the death penalty fair and impartial with justice for all who come under the sentence7 Almost without exception those who arc executed are underpiivilegcd mentally ill handicapped or of a racial nunonty Fifty per cent of the executions in the U S are Negroes and yet they are only Wt of the population Justice7 If justice weie really to be earned out all persons con- victed of capital crimes should be exctutcd according to the bar- bant stale laws Yet of 14000 e ipital crimes in the yeai 105!) only )') persons w...

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

Wednesday December 19 1962 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Vice Breaks Tribe Record As Indians Maul Trinity The McMurry Indians added their fifth win to their unblem- ished season record Saturday trampling the Trinity Tigers 104-73 but a feat that nearly overshadowed the victory itself was the setting of a new McMurry all-time scoring record by sopho- more Preston Vice. Vice bounded hither and thither over the court accumulat- ing 41 points to erase a previous record of 39 set ironically by his coach Hershel Kimbrell. Vice had already carried 23 points into the dressing room at "lialftime. After an announcement came over the public address system that Vice had tied the previous record with eight min- utes and fifty seconds left in the Wiley Signs With Eagles Senior McMurry tackle Delbert Wiley recently signed a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles and will travel to Hershcy Pa. next year to begin training on a try- out basis. Wiley a Balhnger product has two letters including one for the 19G2 sea...

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

( Pago 4 WAH WHOOP Wednesday December 19 1962 sHsssssss? JrafilP'9IE CONTEMPLATION Our roving photographer ran acrosi this drool- ing monkey reading Dr. Howard A. Slaaile's book in another prof's office. Dr. Slaatte not to be outdone recommended this caption for iho pix: Says this reader "If Ham found space so interesting. maybe I'll be interested in time." Kiva Entertains With Christmas Party Last Friday evening Decem- ber 14 Kiva Social Club hosted their annual Christmas Party for their dates and exes at the YMCA. Kntcrtainment for the evening included dancing a program pre- sented by various members and tlic Christmas tree with sponsor Arnold Ilichards acting as Santa Claus Heads of the vanous party committees included Bob Staf- foid Johnny Edwards Pat Ginn and Jim Wray. Dave's Diggin's (Continued from Page 3) been limited to basketball. He was all-state representative on his hometown high school basketball team and also played baseball and football. "Noll is a good level-headed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

POLIO VACCINE February 10 Jefferson Junior High THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 30. 1S63 No. 15 BUSILY PAINTING the wall mural for the downstairs wing of the classes at McMurry. Holly Medlin is shown in the foreground. Other Ken Strawn. Bishop Moore Speaker For Spring Lectures Bishop Arthur J. Moore famed preacher author lecturer evan- gelist administrator and humani- tarian will be the speaker for the spring series of the 18th an- BISHOP ARTHUR MOORE nual Willson Lectures to be held at McMurry College on March 12 13 and 14 it was announced by Dr. Gordon Bennett president. Named "Methodist of the Year" by Woild Outlook in 1060 Bishop Mooru entered full-time evangel istic service after his official re tirement in that year. Today ho is vice-chairman of the Board of Trustees of Emory University and a trustee of Wcs- leyan Paine College Andrew Col- lege Young Harris College La- Grange College American Uni- versity Gammon Theological Seminary Clark Colleg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday January 30 1963 Pago 2 O Uoar Parents Whcwl Finals arc over now I can relax for awhile Just wanted to let you know that I've changed my mind about coming home during the semes- ter break I want to ltt you know in ad- vance a little about my grades I've never had much natural abil- ity In English and science any- way. Besides I'm not one of those who "brownie" professors to get n grade nor am I one who forgets that education is more than just hitting the books I realise education must have a certain amount of social life and ' bull-sessions" and so I'm not the kind who i enounces ail to be a martyr to the books I nlso w.int to let you know how h.ud it is to study in this dounltoiy with everyone making noise I just cannot seem to con- cent! ate with .ill the othei stu- dents on this floor making a lot of commotion and with .ill the eeoid pi ijus tinned on 'lliese le.nheis up hue .lie not ery good eithei In f.iet one EVEN i'iim us .i test tint listed almost two ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

V Wednesday January 30 1963 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 JAf frj PEACE CORPS NEWS VOL. 1 NO. 1 A Special College Supplement WINTER 1962 Peace Corps Plans to PEACE CORPS TEACHER Kenneth Baer of Beverly Hills Calif instructs a class of Ghanaian students in Accra. Baer received a Master's degree in American history from the University of California in 1961. He now teachers general arts subjects at the Ebcneczer Secondary School in Accra. Tribal Dances Chants Spark Ghanaian Nights (Editor's note: Newell I lulliei of Lowell Muss. is a I'e.ue Corps Volunteer tcuchcr in Wimtrlm Gliunii. I In- following is from a letter he wrote.) Six months ago my future seemed settled and secure Fresh out of college I had been accepted by the University of Virginia Law School and except for a superficial spring course I hardly knew where Ghana was A late June telegram from Colleges Give Academic Credit Ohio University will award academic credit to Peace Corps Volunteers announced Dr. Rog- ers Finch Chief of the Divis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

I Wednesday January 30 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 2 k. I From The Director By Sargent Shriver America h.is always expected ander Hamilton was 31 when he wrote the Federalist papers ami lliomas JelTerson was 33 when he wrote the Declaration of Independence More importantly the young men and women of the world arc on the move 1 he President of the Central African Rcpub- hc is 3 1 I he C hicf of State of Guinea is 39. Mauritania's I'rime Minister is 17 The I'rimc Minister of Morocco is 32. In this world it is an asset to be young and to be committed to responsibility I he Peace Corps has already spoken to the heart of a young nation a nation in which 45 per cent of the people are under 25 years of age Students from more th.in 800 of America's colleges and universities have provided the Peace Corps with almost 90 percent of its Volunteers 'therefore it is to the future Vol- unteers th.it will come from campuses of colleges and universi- ties throughout the nation that we arc dedicating thi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

Wednesday January 30 1963 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Liberal Arts Grads Requested by Emerging Nations Math Science Instructors In Demand The liberal arts graduate has a wide variety of Peace Corps opportunities in teaching since more than half the Volunteers arc serving in classroom situa- tions. The majority of the requests for teachers come in the fields of mathematics physics chemistry and biology or for the teaching of English as a second language. If new and emerging nations arc to achieve and maintain a competitive position in the con- temporary world they must de- velop their own cadre of tech- nicians and scientists trained to cope with an increasingly com- plex society. English the language in which some 90 per cent of the world's technical writing is available is a prerequisite as arc the physi- cal sciences. Therefore Volun- teers who have had a sufficient grounding in these areas will un- doubtedly be asked to take teaching assignments if they are otherwise qualified. Qualificatio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

Pago 2 LIBERIA VOLUNTEERS Carol and David Smith visit with village parents of students in their classes. Both are graduates of the University of Puget Sound and are from Seattle Wash. Mounting Requests Follow... (tonlinucil from page 1 ) 2 lo help Americans under- st.uul people of other countries and 1 lo help people of other (.outlines better understand Americans (icngrailucallv the Peace ( orps' major thrust is in Latin America anil Africa with those continents scheduled to have 1100 and 2400 Volunteers by the end of next ear 'I he Far I ast will have 20(10 and the Near Fast ami South Asia I.SOO TeiieherM Needed While teachers of all sub- jects at all levels continue lo top .ill skill requests a major emphasis in mail) countries is in communilv development a program that calls for workers in agriculture public health construction social welfare and engineering A Volunteer in Colombia de- lines Communilv Development as "a svsteni ol group education through phvsic.il piojecls" Vol- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

Wednesday January 30 1963 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Jerry Stone (left) and Ross Shivers (right) will be two probable starters Saturday night as the McMurry Indians gun for their second win against Trinity this season. Trackmen Lack Experience But Have Potential Experience-wise the 1963 Mc- Murry Cinder team is only a skeleton of last year's squad but results of the first indoor meet of the season make it plain that the Indian tracksters will be a recognized threat in the sport again this year. High-jumper Jack Russell won the open high-jump in the Gulf Coast Federation Indoor Track and Field Meet last week ar.d several other Indian cindermen placed in other events. The track squad lost John Dale Lewis Bud Morgan and Mike Stell but still has Bill Miller Bill Blythe Jasim Kuraishi and Jack Russell. Miller a senior from Winters is the dream of any track coach. Miller was the NAIA national champion and NCAA small col- lege champion. He placed sixth in NCAA broad jump and fourth in hop-step jump....

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