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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 January 1963

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Wednesday January 30 1963 I McM Staff Member Appears on TV Panel Spvernl MrMurry students turn- ed on their TV's a few nights ago and were surprised to see Mr Bill Lambert involved in one of KRBC-TV's public - forum pro- grams ' Comment" Mr Lambert is assistant to the director of public information Appearing with him on the pro- gram to "debate" the issue of capital punishment was the Rev Fred Mattil pastor of Lutheran Church Our Savior Lambert opposes capital pun- ishment preferring to call it BILL LAMBERT against death penally Bishop Moore (Continued from Page 1) into the South Georgia Methodist Conference in 1909 His labors as an evangelist in the State of Georfcia quickly brought him to the attention of the entire state Soon he was in demand through- out the nation In 1020 he wns named to Trivis Park Chureh in S in Antonio AfW r six jeirs he wns drafted for the leant pulpit of Jirst Methodist Churih in Uirnunginm Al il uii i At that time it was the 1 ir(est chur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1963

THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7 1963 JL w istti X " X .J" t tt PARTICIPATING IN THE MISS ABILENE CONTEST this year are four McMurry girls out of a roster of 12 from schools over Abilene held for girls between the ages of 18 and 28 and who have talent and personality. From left to right the girls are Martha Dusek Leah Johnson Judy Eldridge and Alice Frazer. Chanters Plan Busy Schedule For Semester The McMurry Chanters will present a number of programs in the next two months to various groups with diversified types of music. The first scheduled perform- ance will be Feb. 12 at Dyess Air Force Base Chapel for the Pro- testant Religious Mission at 7:00. The music will be sacred and will include such numbers as "Washington" "How Shall I Fitly Meet Thee" "Sing to the Lord a New Song" "Our Father" "Kingdom of God" and "Rock-a-my-Soul." Chaplain Brethauer is in charge of the program at Dyess. The second program will be presented by the Chanters on Feb. 24 at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1963

Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday February 7. 1963 c? By NORMA HUGHES At the end of each college semester there comes a series of events of major importance to both students and professors These events are semester exami- nations To the casual observer semester examinations may seem to be a waste of time and energy but as one explores the subject he realizes the great value of these examinations Naturally the students receive the primary benefit from semes- tcr examinations Although they become nervous wrecks trying to' I . I. . . muni u semester s wurit m uuce days there are compensations For one thing the student has an excuse for sleeping late and skipping breakfast He was up too late studying Men students feel justified in not shaving and everyone has a valid reason for keeping himself and his room in a state of general disorder The professors also have sev- eral reasons for appreciating se- mester examinations They stay up late before the examinations making out tests and afterward...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1963

Thursday February 7 19S3 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 bbbbbbbk ie" eBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk fr bbbbbbI IbbbbbbVIL- s bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHL vr -'vIibbbb1 U1 '" ISbbbbbbbbbbbBo Sl 1 'i1 mwi . jbbbbBH ?.. Si - Ji Dave's TALL INDIANS McMurry'i two lalleit cagers. 6-9 Ross ShWtri (ltft) and 6-8 Mac Cade will be ready for action when the Warriors play Austin Saturday. Shivers a senior from Marlin is presently leading the Indians in rebounding. DIGGiN'S ! Although the McMurry Indians have long since been forced off the road to an undefeated sea- son they are in the midst of compiling another impressive season in a period of years that ' has had favorable results for McMurry. McMurry is presently standing I with a 12-6 record and in reaching that mark the Warriors have played games producing some outstanding events. Up until now the Indians' most impressive game I of the season was against Trinity December 15 when the Redskins defeated the Tigers 104-73. The game was one of the most de- cisive games of McM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1963

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Thursday February 7. 1963 fcJJMprEcsssglB&i REGISTRATION'S NOT SO BAD It's all in the attitude! McMurry students Sue Oats and Sgt. William Lamb of Dyess Air Force Base attest to this saying by their expressions as each is about to receive a registration packet. This and other scenes were familiar last week as students registered for the Spring semester hero at McMurry College. Aradcom Chorus to Present Program at McM Next Week The 35-man ARADCOM Chor- us based ut the Colorado Springs Headquarters for the Air Defense Command travels by nir by train nnd by bus thousands of miles each year to entertain mem- bers of the command and com- munities where ARADCOM units are located Monday and Tues- day February 11 and 12 these uniformed troubadors will be in Abilene to nive seven performances HOW MANY WRONG LIPSTICKS GO DOWN THE DRAIN? Beauty Counselor Needs Zone Managers And Counselors We Train Good Pay For A Free Facial Call Mrs. Jane Stowers OR 2-14G4 First performanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1963

Attend the Sophomore All-School Parly February 15 THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13 19S3 No. 17 MAKING LAST MINUTE PLANS for his math-help session is Monty Kcsler McMurry graduate stu- dent. Kcstcr is conducting sessions to correspond with freshman math classes taught by Mr. Andrew Lerchc. center and Mr. Jim Thomas. The plan was originated by Mr. Thomas and tho session meets on Monday and Wednesday nights. "Ole Miss" Student Relates Racial Riots Story to Campus Charlie Howell son of Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Howell of Sonora transferred to McMurry college recently from the University of Mississippi where he was a 50- yard spectator to the riots which broke out at Ole Miss on Septem- ber 30 when by federal interven- tion Negro student James H. Meredith was enrolled at Missis- sippi University. Howell was close enough to the rioters that one of the two men killed in the rioting that Sunday night fell within a few feet of him. Not knowing that the re- porter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1963

WAR WHOOP Wednesday February 13 1963 Pago 2 P By Dan Turner rdnunry 1st and 2nd just may be a turning point concerning several facets of McMurry Col- lege The weekend saw the sec- ond annual Religious Life Convo- cation with the Ilev. Orlie White as speaker The weekend meeting had as its purpose to present an oppor- tunity foi McM students who so disned to look into the religious and ethic.il views of man in the p.ist and the present. Rev White as key-note spcakei challenged the students with .i pictuic of the inadequa- cies of common views of ethical and lehfious lesponsibility He called foi a "new ethic" which calls Ini each person to die to oneself so tint one can look to otheis with love and undei standing. The "new ethic" demands that love othoi people foi what they .ue and undei stand them as pel sons not as objects of oui own dcsite The discussion by students cen- tered in on .some (onciete cwpics- sions and wavs in which a "new ethic" can become a leality on our campus. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1963

Wednesday February 13 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 MILLER LEAPS 24-7 j TO BREAK RECORD 1 HPfvH BE ' ' HHk 1 H jjjr 'hHr ; bbbbHHHNbW tlB&Aj NftiaaiiB BILL MILLER breaki his own record. Compare These Values MEN'S CROSS-COUNTRY TRACK SHOES RETAIL FOR $6.95 ELSEWHERE ONLY $4.97 ALL SIZES LEATHER DRESS SHOES Sirvt YoHnilf tad livi others 3088 So. 14ih Next Door lo Clark's Opon Daily 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. McMurry College's Bill Miller outdid himself Saturday night in the third annual Will Rogers In- door Games as he won his third straight broad jumping Utlc with a lengthy 24-7 '4 breaking his own former record of 24 feet made in 1962. Miller made his 19C3 debut a spectacular one as he cleared dis- tances of 23-G'i 24- 24-V4 and 24-3 breaking his old record three times of four attempts. The McMurry jumper beat out Jerry Dyes of ACC who had 24-';. on his final two jumps to take runner-up honors. McMurry's mile relay foui- somo David Bonds Freddie Walker Mickey Miller and Bill Blythe wound up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1963

WAR WHOOP Wednesday February 13 19G3 Pago 4 1963 Work-Travel Program To be Provided by I'jSTC In a brochure sent to college and university placement direc- tors throughout the country re- cently the International Student Travel Centei outlined a stepped- up program for student work and travel abroad in 1903. Among the room and board in a Spanish work camp to $190 a month in a West German factory. 1S1C members are at liberty to make their own travel arrange- ments or sign up for a seminar program that includes low-cost innovations offered for the sum-1 Jc.t transportation and tours. ISTC travel this year will be handled by S1TA. Founded in 1033 as the Student International Travel Association SITA is one of the largest and most experienced travel organizations in the world More than 25000 persons from 50 states and 4G foreign countries have participated in SITA trips. SITA travel grants up to $500 arc available to ISTC members. The brochure "Student Pass- port for Work Culture and Kno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1963

McMurry Rush Week February 18-28 THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 20 1963 No. 18 m X 7 .- ; .iaMst TLYJjjjjjjjjjt tE v !bsbsbsbsbsbbsbsH DR. BOTTOM PRESENTS PLAN Dr. Virgil Bottom at far end of the conference table appeared before the Curriculum and Policies Committee last week to present along with a new catalogue state- ment a summary of proposed changes in the math program. Approval of the upgraded program was unanimous. Committee members from left to right are Dr. W. Norton Jones chairman Mr. Jerome Vannoy Dr. William Miller Dr. Bottom Dr. Johnson. Dr. von Endo and Dr. Thompson. Dean Humph- rey sitting on Dr. Jones' left is not visible in this picture. Tulane Geneticist Is Guest Lecturer A specialist in human genetics Dr. H. Warner Kloepfer of the Tulane University school of medi- cine will visit the McMurry cam- pus February 28-March 1 as a Danforth Visiting Lecturer. Dr. Kloepfer comes under the Association of American Colleges Arts Program. He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1963

WAR WHOOP Wednesday February 20 1963 Page 2 CP The growth of McMurry Col- lege can readily be seen by the great increase in the number of automobiles on the campus dur- ing class hours In fact the ad- ministration for some time now has been quite concerned over the parking problem the speed- ing problem and general hazard- ous traffic problems. For one who is oblivious to those problems let him venture from the dor- mitorios to I ed areas and use the proper classes from pai lung areas. 7 05 to 8:15 in I If we cannot exercise the need- tlie morning orl cd maturity then the administra- from tho Cooke tion has my support for having building to Ihcjnioie strict regulations cafeteria about I 12 00 noon If one c a n come out with no serious injuries oi bruises lie TURNER should apply for the "Distinguished Service ! Medal " Tlieie is a serious side of the question however: A deadly problem presents itself. With the numhois of students and other college personnel incicasing each year somet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1963

Wednesday February 20 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 if!-f( U.V. " V 1 I .. i' v "' ' "My car won't movol" was the common cry last week as many students and faculty members tried to drivo on off and around campus. The grounds were covered with a thick layer of ico and some snow which made it nearly impossible to drive iho already half-frozen cars. This was the first considerable amount of snow in Abilene but now little evidence of it is left. Federal Career Service To Send Representatives On February 19 19G3 represen- tatives of the Federal Career Service will be at the Placement Office of McMurry College and individual interviews can be ar- ranged by contacting the Place- ment Office NOW These representatives are pre- pared to answer questions and ad- vise students on career opportuni- ties in the Federal service which arc specifically designed for col- lege students and graduates The Federal Government the nation's largest employer affords oppor- tunities for graduates of ANY disciplin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1963

Page 4 WAR WHOOP Wednctday February 20 1963 Indians Take on Wayland In Fifth District 8 Action IAN STUDD runt the mllo in 4:11 Studd Likes McMurry; McMurry Likes Studd McMurry College's latest re- el uiting venture which reached all Hie way to New Zetland to i onio up with one of the fastest distant o men .uound has all the e.ii nun ks of being n happy sue- ctss for both the lecuuteis and the leciuit. The leciuit is Inn Stud a 1U- o.u old ficslunan .student from Aukl.nul New Zealand and his past achievements in the long i litis now should bung a smile to the face of nnyone concerned with the McMuny track situation lu his homeland he ran a 4.11 mile his best perfoimance and to top that his feat came after on!. thice years of experience Accm ding to Studd bus stay in the Key City is going to be pleasant for himself as well Since his ainviil in Abilene last Sun- day he has found eveiythlng to his liking especially the Texas hospitality which has been doled out to him in sizeable chunks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1963

t THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1963 m New Alpha Chi Members Presented in Assembly In a formal assembly program at McMurry College Thursday morning 24 students were pre- Dr. Bishop lo Speak On March 12 The annual dinner of The Friends of McMurry College Li- brary will be held Tuesday eve- ning of Wilson Lecture Week March 12 at 5:30 at Aldersgate Church. Dr. Selma Bishop will be the speaker and her topic will be ISAAC WATTS UNOFFICIAL AMBASSADOR TO AMERICA. Her background for this presen- tation was gained during her re- search for her recent book: ISAAC WATTS HYMNS AND SPIRITUAL SONGS. Students are urged to come to hear the address if they do not wish to come to dinner. Jr. League Play Slated for March McMurry Theatre's children's play LAND OF THE DRAGON will be presented in Radford March 1 4-7. McMurry Theatre is producing the play a Chinese fairy tale for elementary school children in co-operation with the Abilene Junior League for school chil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1963

WAR WHOOP Wednesday. February 27 1963 Pago 2 c? Scattered Thoughts HOW COME Abilene Citizens on South 14th who complained nbout the nar- row pavement some five weeks ago complain about the presence of the heavy machinery this past week? The purpose of the ma- chinery To widen the street S-S A lady in Austin lobbying for ;i law requiring a couise in Cap-i lLihsm to be taught in the public schools when asked if she be- lieved in government controls 'I he reply "NO" S-S ' Tree entcrpnse"-loving Amcr- unns temain very quiet while Congicss gives Ameiiean Tele- phone mil Tc legi iph the biggest monopoly in histoiy The control of eonimunie itions in spice by law (Maybe A T and T is big- ger th.m Cong! ess9) S-S Democracy - minded Americans support dictatorial governments Justice-loving Americans condone the mass military murders under the Iraqui revolutionary regime (It doesn't seem to matter if something is Anti-American just as long ns it is labeled Anti- Communist ) SS People who drive ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1963

Wednesday February 27 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Club Pledges Announced Final lists for pledging to wo- men's social clubs were issued Saturday after a full week of rushing and parties. Ninety-seven women about half the freshman enrollment of wo- men pledged to the six clubs. Alpha Pi Alpha has seven new pledges: Margie Briggs Laurel Dobbins Billye Faye Hudson Norma Hughes Kathcrine Mock Bobctte Patterson and Wanda Turner. Delta Beta along with T.I.P. received twenty-four pledges. The Delta Beta pledges are Carolyn Aldridge Linda Campbell Sally Campbell Marsha Cook Diane Dussair Carolyn Foster Polly Hackler Barbara Holland Merry Sue Howard Suzanne Hutchins Janet Louise Ivey Jennifer Jor- dan Ann Joyce Mary Beth Lem- ons Pat Lewis Linda Morrison Darlyne Miller Penny Price Car- olyn Seago Catharyn Seago Bet- ty Turner Peggy I. Thompson Cherry Sue Waldrop and Sharon Cullins. New T.I.P. pledges are Kay Altman Vicky Bell Mary Brown Tonya Childs Judy Coe Joan Evans Gerry Hadloy Linda Grant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1963

Wednesday February 27. 19S3 WAR WHOOP Pago 4 ACC And McM Clash Friday Picking n winner between Mc- Murry and ACC when the two clash in Abilene High School gymnasium Friday night is as it always is impossible. Although ACC leads in the Mc-Murry-ACC series with a- com- fortable 51-13 cushion including a victory earlier this season the Wildcats have been inconsistent having a mark of 12-9 while Mc- Muiry has a 10-0. The chief disadvantage for the Indians is lack of experienced depth. Both teams have their high .scoring individual: sophomore guard Preston Vice for McMurry and for ACC junior forward Jim Reynolds. Vice hit 41 points in a single game earlier this season while Reynolds hit 45. Reynolds incidentally was averaging 25 points going into ACC's game with Trinity last Friday. It is uncertain whether ACC's other threat veteran junior Pat Agnew will see action. Agnew who teamed with Reynolds to help beat McMurry earlier this season suffered a severe knee injury seven games ago. Befo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1963

t THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6. 19G3 m Willson Lecture Week Approaching DEMONSTRATING THE PART of Henry VIII for Gary Moore is diercior Jim Baines for the upcoming play Royal Gambit to be preionted March 12 14. and 15 during Willson Lecture week. Mary Lou Brayer playing the part of Kathryn Howard is also shown in the rehearsal. Royal Gambit to be Part Of "Religious Life" Program "The Royal Gambit" the next McMurry Theater production will be presented March 12 14 and 15. The first presentation of the play March 12 will be during I Willson Lecture Week in con- junction with "Religion in Life" activities. Major public perform- ances will be scheduled the follow- ing Thursday and Friday even- ings. Written by Herman Gressieker "The Royal Gambit" was first produced in English at the Sulli- van Street Playhouse in New York where it became one of the most dramatic offerings of the 1058-59 season. It has been played in every major theater in West Germany a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1963

Wednesday March 6 1963 WAR WHOOP Pago 2 ? ZP By Dan Tumor Dclctcnus Genes Fall-out hydrogen bombs pencillln and many other scientific indictments and advancements came into the discussions of students and faculty last week as Dr Klocpfer enkindl- ed concern and argument through- out the campus Dr. Klocpfer presented the his- tory of the scientific study of genetics and the problems that man is faced with now because of rapid increases in number of "deletenus genes" (mutations of the genes on the human chromosome which cause birth defects mental retardation and death among other things). What causes deletenus genes? Among other things fall-out radia- tion from the bombs we have been dropping! Dr Klocpfer pointed out that we are respon sible for creating the coffins for millions of people in the future by our incessant desire to test nuclear bombs How can science possibly over come the terrific problems of disease and death caused by the deleterius genes? Dr. Klocpfer pointed out that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1963

Wednesday March 6 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Faculty to Advise Eight Committees Formed Eight new faculty advisory committees have been appointed to study matters not covered by standing advisory committees. These new committees have been set up for an indefinite length of time. The committees and their members are as follows: I. Future Size of McMurry Virgil Bottom Gordon Benett W. M. Fiveash Wayde Frey John A. Fynn Judson Hardy Clyde Her- rington J. B. Johnson Kenneth Lewis R. W. Sonntag. II. How Can McMurry Better Serve This Area? Norlan Hen- derson Bert Affleck Arlow An- derson Jack Holden Henri Gay Ison Andrew Lerche Wilson Long Glenn H. Rogers C. W. Tar- ter Jennie Tate. Three Instructors to Speak March 8 Three members of the McMur ry faculty will address the West Texas District Teachers meeting in annual convention at Woodson High School Friday March 8. Glenn H. Rogers department of speech will talk to the secondary teuchurs on "Improvements in Speech and Language Arts." Rogers...

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