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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1963

Wednesday March 6. 1963 Page 4 WAR WHOOP McM Indians Battle Broncs For Coveted NAIA Berth The only thing standing in the wav of McMurry's coal a berth in the NAIA tournament in Kan IAN STUDD was ono of four McMurry record-breakers last week- end as lho Tribe won lho team championship in the Southwestern Recreation Track and Field Meet. Siudd ran a 4:12.2 McM Tribe Takes First In S'western Rec Meet MMcurry College made a grand cnliy into the 19G3 track season last week-end as they placed first in seven events and broke three records to win the team cham- pionship in the Southwestern Recreation Track and Field Meet in Fort Worth. The Tribe totaled 09 points to take first place and limited de- fending champion Northeast Louisiana to 59 points and run- nerup position. McMurry's Bill Miller and Ian Studd both set overall meet rec- ords while Jim Stevenson and David Bonds set new college di- vision records in the javelin toss and the 330-yard intermediate hurdles respectively. Miller's fi...

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

Aji.- . . i s Lhi mmsFGmjsm n"" "" -"w" " tmmm THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13 1963 No. 21 THIS IS A TYPICAL SCENE on campus lhis week as social clubs enter into the heart of their spring pledging. Bill Richey of Hamlin a freshman math major is pledging boys' social club IHR and was elected their pledge captain. Bill's hair like 16 other pledges will grow out be bleached and the IHR initials dyed in. McMurry Hosts Lecture Series This week it is the privilege of the McMurry College to be host to the annunl Willson Lec- tures made possible each year by Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson of Floydada Texas. The Spring series featurps Bishop Arthur J. Moore as lec- turer. He is a famed preacher author lecturer evangelist ad- ministrator and humanitarian. Willson Lecture Schedule MARCH 13 WEDNESDAY 9:30 A. M. BISHOP ARTHUR J. MOORE: "Things of Strength in Our Nation's Life." 1:00 P. M. RELIGION IN LIFE PART IV.: "Religion in Ath- letics." Coach Grant Teaff presidin...

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

WAR WHOOP Wednesday. March 13. 1963 SP ? Pago 2 aSP The Art of Love By JON STASNEY Psychology Major This Is an article about the Church but not about the Metho- dist Episcopal Catholic Baptist or any other particular church. It is :m article about tho Chris- tian Church a Church dedicated to following the teachings of Jesus It is an aitiele about the lesponsibility of this Chureh in the modern woild Finally it is an article about sin and ns such it may scorn shocking and provocative to some. 1 might begin by calling the re ulir s attention to the fact that I did not include the adjective C'lnisli.in in quotes I avoided doing so because I did not wish to lefci to what is considered Chiisti.m by the "good" people in out .society. 1 did not mean the descriptive term which is applied to the neighborhood social hall where the publicly pious congregate once each wek to visit be bored gain social prestige or acceptance or show off. By Christian I mean instead an idoal the Church which Chri...

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

Wednesday March 13 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Girls Intramural Basketball Schedule Monday March 18 5:30 Kappa Phi vs. Theta Chi 6:10 Delta Beta vs. Gamma Sigma 6:50 Rebels vs. Alpha Pi Wednesday March 20 5:30 Kappa Phi vs. Alpha Pi Monday March 25 5:30 Rebels vs. Theta Chi 6:10 Kappa Phi vs. T. I. P. 6:50 Alpha Pi vs. Gamma Sigma Wednesday March 27 5:30 Theta Chi vs. Gamma Sigma Monday April 1 5:30 Theta Chi vs. Delta Beta 6:10 Rebels vs. T. I. P. Wednesday April 3 5:30 Delta Beta vs. Rebels Monday April 8 5:30 Rebels vs. Kappa Phi 6:10 Alpha Pi vs. Delta Beta 6:50 Gamma Sigma vs. T. I. P. Folk Singer To Perform at McMurry Soon Eugene Jemison a talented and versatile artist painter folk singer and printmaker will be a campus visitor at McMurry Col- lege on March 28-29. His appearance here is part of n tour to several outstanding col- leges and universities in various sections of the country. The tour is being made under the sponsor- ship of the Arts Program of the Association of Amer...

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

WAR WHOOP Wednesday March 13 1963 Pago 4 BILL MILLEH McMurry's senior brond-jumD leaped 24-4V4 Sat- urday lo help pace a narrow victory for McMurry over Northeast Louisiana in the All-College Mcoi in Commerce Saturday. Here he is holding the trophy he brought back from the Southwestern Track and Field Meet in Fort Worth two weeks ago. Indians Place First In Commerce Meet Six fust places including two iccoid-breakmg performances by New Zealand speedster Ian Studd p.iced a mil row 69-08 victoiy Tor the MrMiiny thin clads over nn old foe Nmtheastein Louisiana in the All-College Meet in Com- ineice Saturday. Aftei the fust totals had been calculated MeMuiiy seemed des- tined to a (ilMiU tie with the Noitheast Louisiana group. A cor- lected en or in the tabulation showed Jack Russell had placed second instead of thud in the hii;h jump however giving Mc- Muiry their most impoitant point Sludd knocked four seconds off the meet recoul in the mile with a -111)0 and beat the two mile inai k w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 March 1963

"V CF St THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 21 1963 m Pledges Are Presented in Assembly The girls' social clubs of Mc- Murry presented their pledges here last Saturday night in Rad- ford Auditorium in a formal as- sembly after which a Presenta- tion Ball was held in the social hall. Approximately 100 girls were presented each carrying a long- stemmed white carnation with the colors of their club attached. They were presented individually with their escorts as they walked across the stage and down the aisle. The stage followed a Cinderella theme with a white satin canopy large glass slipper white rose trees and a Cinderella coach. After the girls were presented there was a short talent show and the presentation ball was held in the social hall of the student union building. The presentation is sponsored by the girls interclub council and the stage was decorated by the TIP girls' social club. Ramsey Advocates Higher Standards If we are to inspire excellence i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 March 1963

WAR WHOOP Thursday. March 21. 19S3 Band to Make Page 2 CP p Signals Where Is The Church? By Dan Turner To lie honest with one's self is pei hups one of the most difficult tusks To be frank critical and soul-seiu clung demands stiongth In past weeks the Chuich lias wi-n appraised and re-appraised. Dunne lohgion and Life Week one discussion was entitled "When Is the Church Today?" The discussion (.enteiul .uoiind the iiil pioblems facing Cluis-i t initj .uid individual Clnistians t i 'I he i mini discussion niLludcd tnc pi.Mun the Cluiif.li lias in tnii tin di .urn. inn nt question Questions were asked such as "What action is iho Church tak- ing concerning the social prob- lems of our community? Where is lho Church during the crises of racial inequalities? Some s.ud that the Christian Chinch does not meet the task of witnessing to a scientific age And that the Church is not meet- ing the complex problems found in a fast-moving society. "The Church is drawing within itself" asserted on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 March 1963

Thursday March 21 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 PROUDLY DISPLAYING THE NEW MURAL in me cast wing of Ihc cafeteria lounge is freshman Louise Kay of Abilene. Louise de- signed the mural and she and her fallow-artists painted the piece. MID-SEMESTER EXAMINATION SCHEDULE SPRING SEMESTER 1963 Monday March 25 Wednesday March 27 Friday March 29 10.00 MWF 9.00 MWF 8.00 MWF 1:00 MWF 2.00 MWF 11:00 MWF 3:00 MWF Tuesday March 26 Thursday March 28 8:00 TT 10:30 TT 2:30 TT 1:00 TT 11:30 TT and 12:00 TT classes and 12:00 MWF classes will be arranged by instructors. Please follow this schedule as closely as possible. FOR . . . Checking Savings and Personal Loans . Most McMurry People Use iho First Bscause Il'i "JUST A BETTER BANK" First National Bank of Abilene 401 Cypress OR 3-2511 V J "? PUTT -PUTT GOLF 1865 North Treadaway Go Golf KEEP THIS ADVERTISEMENT AND USE IT MARCH 20-27 FOR ONE FREE GAME PER PERSON ACCOM- PANIED BY A PAID ADMISSION. Kiva Host to Western Party Last Friday night March 15 the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 March 1963

Thursday March 21. 1963 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Dave's DIGGiH'S A few members of the McMurry College track team have been begun indicating that they in- tend to do a little work on the McMurry record book this season. Ian Studd the long-legged dis- tance man from New Zealand clocked a 4:12 2 in the mile run in the Southwestern Recreation Track and Field Meet in Fort Worth earlier this season clipping 14 seconds off a former record of 4:2G 1 set in 1051 by Richard Adams. Then Jim Stevenson hurled the javelin 214-0 last week in Odessa to erase his week- olil record of 208 feet 5'4 inches Even more pleasing to track coach Grant Tcaff is the fact that Studd is a freshman and Steven- son is a sophomore. The Indian mile relay team of Hanny VnlcnueU Mickey Miller Hill Illythc and David Bonds turned in n school record break- ing time of 3:12 2 destroying a former 3:15 5. And naturally 13111 Miller will be aiming for 20 feet in the bro.ul jump this year before the graduates. Miller's mark of 25-9 i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 April 1963

-LIBRARY OF MeMURRY COLLEG ABILEHE. THE MeMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3 1963 TEXff v m HERS!' c' ' 1 LLLH i PREPARING FOR its Spring tour ihe McMurry Indian Band practices its many specialty numbers for which it is widely known. The band will go on their four-day tour April 21 through 25 stopping in Colorado City Fort Stockton Andrews and Lubbock. Two of the performances are in high schools; the other two are in Methodist churches of the towns. Wah Wahtaysee to Conduct Ceremony on Founder's Day On April 5 in observance of Founder's Day at McMurry mem- bers of Wah Wahtaysee the women's service organization will make their annual pilgrimage to the grave of Dr J W Hunt the founder and first president of the college According to James Young president at 6 00 a m Wah Wah- taysee will present a brief grave- side ceremony and place a bou- Rev. Julius Scott To Visit Speak On McM Campus An outstanding Negro minister and educator the Rev Julius Scott director of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 April 1963

Wednesday. April 3 1963 Page 2 WAR WHOOP C?o Jtl&P Br LYLE HAMILTON I am one of the five very lucky McMurry students who went to St. Louis last week to participate In the annual 4-day meeting of the Midwest Model United Na- tions. We were the Norwegian delegation and had studied that country's position on foreign af- fairs for six months. More than 300 students from 40 colleges and universities attended. In Weil Texas we seldom read a kind of word about the U. N.. to all of ui were particularly anx- ious to learn through actual ex- perience what the organisation Is. and how 11 works. We learned many things but most of all I received two strong impressions. Firti. the U. N. is the greatest most far-reaching and vital edu- cational Institution in the world. Its detractors call It a debating society. It Is that fortunately And this Is what makes it such a great world-wide educational in siltulion. Should education be doplored and foared? Secondly I learned that inter national good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 April 1963

Wtdnosday. April 3 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Social Club Activities APRIL 6 Delta Beta Epsilon Dinner Dance IHR Banquet Kappa Phi Banquet APRIL 19 TIP Picnic Thcta Chi Lambda Picnic Delta Beta Epsilon Picnic APRIL 20 Gamma Sigma Picnic Alpha PI Alpha Banquet Ko Sari Banquet APRIL 27 Chi Omicron Banquet Athletic Banquet MAY 3 Thcta Chi Lambda Banquet Gamma Sigma Banquet Kappa Phi Picnic MAY 4 Eta Epsilon Iota Banquet Kiva Banquet MAY 10 Alpha PI Alpha Picnic MAY 11 Kiva Picnic "An Evening in Dixie" Highlights TIP Banquet "An Evening In Dixie" was the theme of the annual Spring TIP banquet held last week at the Abilene Country Club. To start the event approxi- mately 120 members Gobbettes and their dates enjoyed a steak supper. Following the introduc- tion of guests and sponsors Gus Gutherie was announced as be- ing the 1963 TIP Sweetheart. The Spring Gobbettes then en- tertained the members and guests with a mock Negro Minstrel show. Big Mac and the Honeydrippers finished the evening...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 April 1963

WAR WHOOP Wednesday. April 3 19S3 Pago 4 JACK RUSSELL Mc'Muriy sophomore high jumper bounded 6-2 last week in lhc Eust Texas Triangular Meet in Commerce to placo second. Russell a Mount Lebanon Pennsylvania product placed second on iho basis of fewer misses. Tribe Eyeing First In Texas Relays Eyeing a first place in one of the few meets they didn't win last year the McMuiry College t'lmleimun will travel to Austin this week-end to compete in the Ulith annual Texas Relays. Although Bill Miller leaped 1M 11 for the fust in the broad jump event MeMuiiy had to con- tent itself with Miller's single victoiy and a .second place behind Texas Southern in the 19G2 affair. Kiom the leservation will be McMuiry's thiee iclay teams Ian Sttulfi in the steeple chase Larry Thon in the 1500 meter and Bill Miller in the 100-yaid dash and the bioad jump The .sprint quartet of Henry Allen Jesse Crawford Bill Miller and Mickey Miller have already picked up tin eo fust places in the four outdoor meets thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1963

f THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10 1963 No. 24 w Tuition Room and Board Cost To Rise in 1963-64 Semester In order to maintain continued high standards in McMurry's aca- demic program and to meet con- stantly rising costs due to infla- tion a semester tuition increase of $30 00 and a room and board increase of $20.00 will go into effect at McMurry College in September 1963 it was announc- ed recently by Mr. Bill Fiveash Business Manager. Tuition fees and room and board will total $500 to $590 per semester in the '63-'G4 year de- pending upon the dormitory the student chooses. "McMurry College officials have tried to hold down tuition costs as much as possible" Mr. Fiveash said "The problem of rising costs is not peculiar to McMurry alone. Other area col- leges and colleges over the state are increasing tuition room and board for the coming year. Even the state legislature has a bill before the legislative group to double tuition at state institutions. "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1963

WAR WHOOP Wednesday April 10 1963 Pago 2 McM Students Help in Model U.N. Session Four-day Meet Follows Six Months Preparation IHIlH9iill!illiu'iiHM If" illfMllnr ill if MAJOR VOTE Delegates in iho main assembly hall above vole J"?! by holding up iheir nations' table placards. Below the Norwegian IZtlSae. delegation. From tho right. Bill Smith Lane Mills Marcus Ram- mage Ronnie Hart and Lyle Hamilton. Publicist Bill Lambert was sponsor. Ll . Urn "The trip was a long one a hard one and an unqualified success " This seemed to be the consen- sus of opinion of the G-man group who left Tuesday morning March 27 for the Midwest Model United Nations and returned the follow- ing Sunday night They traveled by car. More than 300 students were registered for the event and 40 colleges in the midwest were represented Each college brought at least one 5-man delegation to partici- pate in two das of committee meetings and two days of general- assembly sessions Each delega- tion represented a nation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1963

Wednesday April 10 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 At Dinner Dance Delta Beta Features "An Emerald Evening" Girls social club Delta Beta Epsllon held their annual dinner dance last Saturday night at the Band Presents Buffet Affair "Spring Serenade" was the theme of the annual band ban- quet a buffet affair held in the band hall Friday evening A Variety Show was presented by the band members a barber- shop quartet consisting of Tom Laney Jerry Dean Clifford Hut- ton nnd Don Wpithors t duet by Garon Gabriel and Don Weathers a skit by Clinton Bow- rrnn ind Kirke McKen7ie and a monolog by Darryl Phillips and Fred Gray Special guests were Mrs L M Touchstone Mrs Dell Newell Mrs Date Thrane and Mr and Mrs Bill Fiveash Tom Frank- lin vice president of the band was in charge of the prepara- tions for the affair Debaters to Speak At Colorado City The McMurry debaters will speak to the Kiwanis Club at Colorado City April 16 on the topic 'The Common Market Im- plications in the Western Hemi- sphere "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 April 1963

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Wednesday April 10 1963 BILL BLYTHE one of the McMurry College co-captains this year will bo running in iho mile relay for the McMurry Track ieam In the new Howard Payno Invitational Track and Field Meet in Brownwood today. Blytho is a senior from Dumas. Tribe Competes in HPC Meet Today The new Howard Payne Invita- tional Track and Field Meet won't be pitting 1474 nthlctcs against each other as did the Texas Relays in which McMurry's broad jumper Bill Miller captured a first place but four of the five other schools in Brownwood today each have at least one specialist with whom Indian cindermen will have to deal. Athletes from Tarlcton Arling- ton State and Southwest Texas will compete in the affair but probably the most impressive action will be by McMurry How- ard Payne and East Texas. The Indians tasted the power of Howard Payne in the Inch iumn. broad jump shot put and sprint medley when the Yellow Jackets bioke McMurry1! three year renin in the West Texas Relays...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 April 1963

All-School Pknic April 30 Abilene Stale Park 8 a.m. 5 p.m. THE McMURRY COLLEGE IT VOLUME 40 HIIHHIHHWHIHHmiiHHH ORGAN RECITALISTS These are the four students who gave the free public organ recital at Mc- Murry College last Sunday at 3:30 p. m. On the right is Francis Hinkel assistant professor of organ. Left to right the students are Mrs. Elizabeth Ford a junior from Wyllo; Reginald Brown sophomore from Andrews; Linda Shewbert junior from Plainvlow; and Robert Winn senior from Abilene. Tho recital featured selections from Cheidi Brahms Bach and Franck. McMurry Music Students Participate in Organ Recital The annual McMurry College public organ recital was held Sunday April 21 at 3:30 p. m. in Radford Auditorium and featured performances by four students of Francis Hinkel as- sistant professor of organ. Linda Shewbert a junior from Plainview opened the program with variations on the English song "Fortuna My Foe" by Sheidt. Mrs. Elizabeth Ford junior from Wylie then played Wright's Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 April 1963

Page 2 WAH WHOOP Wednesday April 24 1963 Monty Kester Receives $1800 Assistantship An $1800 assistantship for nine months with out-of-state tuition MONTY KESTER Smoke Signals (Continued from Page 1) Each day it would write in smoke in the sky the word "courage." The Gei mans would not waste ammunition on it to shoot it down for they did not know how dangerous it was to them. When the hounds begin to howl in your cars around what they think is the corpse of our nation just whisper 'courage' in your mind and go get a hot dog. Iran Thomas (Continued from Pago 1) author of "General Chemistry" a college textbook. Besides the scholarship Thomas received an assistantship which will enable him to serve as labora- tory assistant in undergraduate courses according to Dr. Jones. waived is being granted by Ok- lahoma State University in Sep- tember to Monty Kester a Mc- Murry College math major. Kester is from Odell Tex. He graduated from McMurry last May but stayed in order to add a physics mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 April 1963

Wednesday. April 24 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Former McM Giri Dies in Accident Karolyn Fitzgerald Land for- mer McMurry student died last week in a two-car collision while traveling with a friend. Karolyn was born in Bristow Oklahoma and graduated from Tom S. Lubbock High School in Lubbock. She attended Mc- Murry for two years and then married Bruce Land a 1961 4 4 4 COULD THIS BE WHY THE POUR FRESHMEN CAN'T FINISH SCHOOL? Yes. But there's nothing wrong with their addition. Four master vocalists plus four swinging instrumentalists plus four on stage-off the cuff comedians total Four Freshmen. Honest. And this fantastic triple threat versatility is why college audi- ences refuse to let the Freshmen finish school. In "The Four Freshmen in Person Volume 2" on Capitol you'll hear them at their versa- tile best in a recording made during an unforgettable per- formance at Long Beach City College. The packed house called it great and so will you. Look for'The Four Freshmen in Person Volume...

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