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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 April 1963

Page 4 WAR WHOOP Wednesday Apiil 24 1963 Miller Leaps Nation's Best; Studd Wins Steeplechase McMurry veteran broad jumper Dill Miller bounded farther than anyone else in the nation Friday with a leap of 25-2 to extend his second leg of the Toxas-Kan-sas-Drake triple crown and the next day his teammate Ian Studd toured the 3000-meter steeple- chase to bring home McMurry's second gold medal from the Kan- sas Relays in the 38th annual affair of the midwest extrava- ganza. If Miller who leaped 25 at Texas two weeks ago triumphs at the Drake relays next week lie will he the second man in his- tory to be a two-time winner of the triple crown. Ernie Shelby of Knrlsns accomplished the feat in 1058 and '59 while only three others have ever managed one triple crown Mcrwin Graham Kansas 1025; Charles Mecks Texas 1051 and Kim Ellis Ok- lahoma State 1055. Miller's leap Friday put him at Host McM Seeks 2nd Crown In McMurry Invitational Coach Grant Teaff's track and field men no longer have John D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1963

THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS. THURSDAY MAY 2 1963 PICTURED ABOVE arc two of the students who will be participat- ing in the piano recital to bo held this Sunday at Radford. Jean Thomas left and Vicky Swiedom will be in the opening number of Iho recital. Joan is an Abilano High senior. Vicky is a Cooper senior. Two recitals will bo given at 2 p. m. and 3 p. m. Sunday. Piano Recitals to be Held At McMorry This Sunday The Music Department of Mc- Murry College presents a piano recital on Sunday May 5 1003 at 3:00 p. m. in the Radford Me- morial Auditorium. A Bach-Siloti "Italian Con- certo" will be played by three high school students Jean Thomas Vicky Swiedom Kenan Jones. Ouida Wright a high school student will play Schu- mann's "At the Fireside" and Koclling's "Album Leaf." Playing Chopin's "Waltz Op. 04 No. 2" will be Dotty Turner from Abilene. Caroline Clift from Snyder will play Beetho- ven's "Sonata Op. 13". These girls both attend McMurry Col- lege. Next on the pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1963

WAR WHOOP Thursday May 2 1963 Pago 2 McM Students Faculty Enjoy School Picnic Last Tuesday April 1 marked the day for the annual all-school picnic for students and faculty of the McMurry College. Claw.-s and meetings were dsi- misscd for one day and students donned their sport clothes to en- joy a day of fun and relaxation. The picnic was held at the State Pmk from nine in the morning through the afternoon. The morning's activities foa- tuied baseball games between the classes Girls and boys alike join- ed in the games of baseball vol- leyball mid various other sports that piovided entertainment for the gioup. After those games the school cafelena piovided the lunch for the picnickers After lunch da ses competed in such things as svimtning contests rope tug- ging penny-rolling and the pic- ealmg contest. To commence the program for the day each club presented a piogiam which was judged by members of the faculty. The picnic was held in the middle of Twirp Week for the students on cam...

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

Thursday. May 2 19B3 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Outstanding Senior Award to be Given 'WORKING STEADILY and making progress arc Ihe workmen who have been busy constructing the new library building which was begun a few weeks ago. Progress can be seen by the students and the building is expected to be done sometime in the near future. McM to Offer Math Courses For 25 Teachers in Abilene The McMurry Mathematics De- partment under the head of Dr Virgil Bottom will offer two courses for teachers of mathe- matics during the Fall term of 1963-64 in order to assist teach- ers of mathematics in this area to improve their proficiency and to help them become acquainted with the new math approach One of the courses is for teach- ers in the elementary grades and the other for teachers in the sec- ondary schools The course for the elementary teachers is mathematics 136 and is basic mathematics The pur- pose is to help teachers in the elementary and junior high schools to become familiar with the new ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1963

WAH WHOOP Thursday. May 2. 1963 Pago 4 Tribe Takes Eleven Firsts To Win Indian Relays 'Xhc McMurry Indians picked up eleven first places three more than the nine in which they were favored to take to reign as champions for the second straight year in their own Indian Relays Saturday With hlfih point nun Mickey Miller loading the way with 15 points the Tribe soared to 101 points while Arlington had 57'fc to Like second place over Howard Payne with 12 Tarleton State tdptd out West Ttx.is State for fourth place by half a point with J')'i Despite nn overcast and threat- mine wind the Ridskins felled foil i of the six rccotds broken Siliudiy aftunoon ind Mickey Millci clocked the 1(10 y ird dnsh in ') 1 to tie the old record set jointly by Indi ins Hiuce Lind in 1'ldO ind John Dale Lewis in 12 Miller also sprinted the 220 in a winning time of 20 9 and ran a leg of both winning In- di in relay teams 'I ho Indians' pride and joy Dill Miller turned in a scries of 2r)-3i 25-5 and 25-5' i bet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1963

THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 40 ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 8. 1963 ig J BBBi ANTICIPATING TAKING OVEH THE JOB as new editors of the War Whoop and Totem for the next school year of 1963-64 are Edna Byrd and Cherry Hastings. Edna will be editor of the War Whoop and is presently a freshman from Abilene. Cherry has been named to head the college yearbook and is presently a junior hailing from Dumas. David Montgomery this year's War Whoop sports editor will be associate editor of the publication next year. New Editors Named to Head 1963-64 War Whoop Totem Edna Marie Byrd McMurry College freshman and Cherry Hastings a junior student from Dumas will edit the two publi- cations McMurry yearbook and newspaper for the 19C3-64 school year. David Montgomery Abilene freshman will be co-editor of the War Whoop. He is sports editor this year. Edna Byrd will edit the War Whoop. She is a member of Gamma Sigma Social Club and has served on the War Whoop staff for the past school year. She is a member ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1963

WAR WHOOP Wednesday May 8 1963 Pago 2 All-School Picnic Hosts Events for All PLAY BALL! was iho familiar call last Tuesday as all four classes enjoyed group activities such as baseball. This picturo shows a scone from Iho freshmansophomoro baseball game held Tuesday morning. The sophomores won tho bout. I'VE GOT THIS ONE!" cries Freshman Jimmy Cooper as he and Dorinda Woodard both reach for the ball in their game against the sophomores. Volleyball was one more sport enjoyed by the picnicers; the freshmen won this game. Last Tuesday April 30 the entire student body including faculty and administration mem- bers went to Abilene State Park to enjoy a day of planned activity and relaxation that is an annual affair on the campus of McMurry College. To start the day off games such as volleyball and baseball dominated the scene. In baseball the game between the freshmen and sophomores was won by the sophomores. The freshmen won the volleyball match against the sophomores. Lunch was served ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1963

Wednesday May 8 1963 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Julia Luker Writing Contest Now Underway The 1963 Julia Luker Creative Writing Contest is now being conducted and all entries must be postmarked no later than May 10 Any student may submit an entry who has been enrolled In McMurry College during the 1963 spring term The writing may be a short story exclusive of science fiction and the length is from 2 500 to 3 000 words The form is as follows all stories must be typed double spaced on one side of the paper only the story must have been written within the last 30 days must never have been published even in school magazines each entry must be accompanied by a sworn statement notarized that the work is the original effort of its author Each student must submit only one entry and not folded more than once They are to be mailed to Dr Selma L Bishop McMur- ry College Box 303 Abilene Texas No story will be considered unless mailed to the above ad- dress The entries will be judged by capable persons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 May 1963

1 Page 4 WAR WHOOP Wednesday May 8. 1963 MILLER RECEIVES MARTIN AWARD Broad jump champion Bill Miller (center) ndmircs tho Martin Athletic Award given lo him by McMurry's first coach R. M. Medley (right). Miller and lho other track co-captain. Bill Blylho (left) both received lho Carl Her- rod Track Merit Award. MillerGets Top Honor At Athletic Award Fest Dave's DIGGING Perhaps no one realized progress McMurry College the has made any better than R M Med- ley who was McMurry's first coach from the time it opened in l')22 until he left sixteen years later Indian athletes and their dates listt ned attentively during Mc- Muny's Athletic Awards Ban- quet as Medley reminisced over the leseivation's dawning venrs win n athletes depended more on tiial and c i rot proceduies than on piccision finesse 'Whin I took the job in the Mimmei of 10.!.!" Medley remem- beied 'it wasn't even fot sine th it MiMuiij was going to have anv athli tie hams " Medley said tttat lie nan been leu lilted foi the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1963

Approximately Approximately 140 candidates for May graduation will receive their diplomas in the commence- ment exercises May 27 In Rad- ford Memorial Auditorium. General Robert J. Smith of Dallas will be commencement speaker at the service to be held at 10 a m. The Rev Ralph Sciler of Clovis who will deliver the baccalaureate address will re- ceive a honorary doctor of divin- ity degree and Miss Jennie Lcati- tia Tate one of the original fac- ulty of McMurry College will re- ceive the honorary doctor of hu- mane letters degree Students who will receive a Bachelor of Arts Degree are Suz- anne Addison Wichita Falls Walter Morris Baker Ranger; George William Blythe Jr Du- mas Annctta Beth Boyett Breckenndge Donna Gail Burke Albuquerque N M Joan Tarter Burke Abilene Lillian Cather THE VOLUME 40 McMurry Theater to Increase Drama Productions Next Year Jim Baines director of the McMurry Theater announced last week that a community rep- ertoire group and an eight- show schedule will highli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1963

Page 2 WAR WHOOP Wednesday May IS 1963 Letter to the Editor Dear Editor: Dan Turner's article In the May 2 10C3 issue of the War Whoop contains the following statement: "One physicist has said that for Radford to protect adequately against fallout the nuclear mis- sile would have to fall on Albu- querque New Mexico " This is the type of statement which helps to contribute to the misunderstanding of the true na- ture of the nuclear threat and to the apathy of our fellow citizens with respect to protection there- from. Like other weapons nuclear weapons are of various sizes with corresponding ranges of de- struction The smaller devices arc capable of producing total destruction over u range of a mile or two with little residual radia- tion and fall-out The largest de- vices produce total destruction over a radius of perhaps twenty- five miles with fall-out which may extend for a distance of 500 miles in the direction of the pre- vailing winds The radio-active products of a Smoke Signa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1963

Wednesday May 15 1SE3 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Departments Clubs to Give Awards in Assembly May 16 SOCIAL CLUBS On awards day May 16 the Women's Interclub Council will present a plaque to the girls social club with the best grade point average for the year The Council has been awarding this since the school year 1956-57 when the award went to Delta Beta Epsilon Since then they have given the award to Delta Beta Epsilon Kappa Phi won it for the next three years and Delta Beta Epsilon won it last year with a grade point of 2 0357 Forum Elects Weir President For Next Year McMurry College's pre-minis-terial student organization The Forum elected Robert Weir from Sudan to serve as president in the 1963 64 school year in an elec- tion held recently on the campus Other new officers are Thomas Borman of Stuttgart Ark vice- president Dan Turner of Hobbs N M secretary-treasurer Steve Mittelstet of Borger reporter Jim Uselton of Hereford histor lan and Lyle Hamilton of Chil- dress social concerns ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 May 1963

Page 4 WAR WHOOP Wednesday. May 15. 1963 Miller Boys Pace Indians To Victory at Tarleton Bill and Mickey Miller both put on a remarkable show at Steph- cnville this past Saturday. They led the Indians to their second successive team championship In the Texas Independent Track and field meet. McMurry compiled 82 points to Hardin-Simmons C3. Third was Arlington with 59 points and Tarleton State with 47. In last was Austin College with 13 counters. Mickey Miller scored 12' points for individual high-point lionors He ran a 9 4 hundred a 21 1 220 and he also ran a leg on the Tribe's first place mile relay team. Bill Miller chalked up 11 points and this magnificent sen- ioi bioad jumped his best this year with a leap of 25-0 He placed third in both sprints. Ten new records were estab- lished and McMurry accounted foi seven of these marks. Aside from the 100 220 and broad jump Ian Studd set records in both distance runs of 4:31.4 and 10.10 4 Henry Allen ran a 38 flat in the 330 intermediat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 May 1963

tf Completion of Library Scheduledf or September Work on McMurry College's new Jay-Rollins Library Building is two weeks ahead of schedule and if no unforeseen difficulties arise the structutc should be completed around the last of Sep- tember said Jack Bridges of Bridges Campbell and Associates architects for the building Miss Pcrma A Rich McMurry's head librarian hopes that actual use of the library will be avail- able later in the first semostei of the 19G3-64 school year The new building is located on the west end of the campus just cast and north of the Band Hall and faces north parallel with another relatively new McMurry Building the C E Maedgen Ad- ministration Building situated at the east end of McMurry The 100000 volume library will be two stones and will have 3(i9C8 square feet of floor space It will have modern spacious workrooms a number of special reading areas and special rooms Other special features arc ex- pected to be added Cost for the construction is expected to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 May 1963

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Summer Edition - Dr. Slaatte's Book On Wesley Released A second book by Dr. Howard A. Slaattc professor of philosophy at McMurry College was offici- ally r c 1 e a s e d last Monday although copies had been on sale earlier throughout West Texas. Fire in the Brand. Slaatte's sec- ond book in less than a year is an introduction to the creative work and theology of John Wes- ley and is written for both lay- men and students alike. Commemorating the 225th an- niversary of the "heart-warming" experiences of John Wesley at Aldersgate the publication is de- signed as a handy cross-section of Wesley's more creative work and doctrinal thought and con- tains 154 pages divided into two parts. The work published by Expo- Fall Opening (Continued from Page 1) rollmont has sometimes reached above this goal. During 1962 total enrollment increased 17 per cent and resident enrollment reached approximately 12 per cent. McMurry will continue to offer courses leading to a Bachelor of Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 May 1963

WAR WHOOP Page 3 McMurry Signs 11 Instructors Summer Edition Dr Gordon Bennett president of McMurry College has announc- ed eleven now instructors who will join McMurry's faculty this fall Three of them will replace former McMurry teachers Fie of McMurry's faculty mem- bers last year have resigned Fred Eikel Jr assistant professor of English Clyde Lee Jackson part time instructor of social studies Grace M Jackson assistant librarian Glenn H Rogers as- sistant professor of speech and Dr C E (Edd) Todd associate professor of education Dr Humphrey said Eikel Mrs Jackson and Rogers will be re- placed by new faculty members while Sid Simpson a McMurry coach last year who is being ad- vanced to assistant dean of mui this year will teach some of Mr Jackson's social study courses this fall Joining the McMurry teaching staff this year are the following DONALD W. ADLONG a foi- mer Abilene High and Cooper High math teacher will join the McMuny faculty as assistant pro- fessor of Mathematics Ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 May 1963

Page 4 WAH WHOOP Summer Edition Tribe Returns 20 Lettermen The 19C3 McMurry College foot- ball team will play a completely different brand of ball when it begins action against Corpus Christ! September 14 The loss of 17 lettermen in- cluding a trio of big three-letter tackles Ernest Park Doug James and Honnic Giles has knocked a considerable hole in the Tribe's overall weight The Indians will depend more on smaller speedier backs to open up the offense with passing and running rather than utilising a big line and big backs to punch out the yardage Thus the Redskins will discard the old system of control football put- ting emphasis on power and will revolt to n wide-open offense The Tribe returns 20 lettermen but will be weak at the tackle and center positions and will also have to depend a great deal on youngsteis in the backfield where it lost four men who started at the beginning of the 1962 season quarterback Lee King fullback Fred Austin and halfbacks Don Davis and Jim Dcnsman T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1963

f l!t THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 41 ABILENE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1983 NO. 1 m McMurry Expands Academic Program College Adds Instructors NewCourses An addition of 16 new bluff members and a number of new course offerings have expanded McMurry's academic program for the 1363-64 school year. Twelve new instructors two new librarians an assistant coach and dormitory supervisor and a new assistant to the public rela- tions director have been signed. The additional instructors have allowed the college to add to its curriculum new courses in mathe- matics a new chemistry labora- tory new concentration of courses in the business administration de- partment and new courses in stagecraft voice and diction and teaching. The mathematics setup has been revised to include new courses and to delete old courses to help students keep in step with the rapidly changing pace of technology today. College algebra and trigonometry are being taught this fall but students majoring in the arts or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1963

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Wednesday September 11 1963 At McMurry f- 5T3 P P By Dan Turner Editor's Note- Smoko Signals is a regular feature which at- tempts to present investiga- tions of the current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in lho future. Studonts and faculty members are invited to submit material to Dan Turner the perman- ent editor. Another semester .ind another pile of stones to throw so hero (joes Chsses congregate- students open textbooks and piofessois Will m oei opening d.ij lectures It's time to begin the1 process of eduenting students and .ilso to examine the- means of learning The first criterion of learning is that the student h ive a desire to learn The- second professois of adequate ability and motive- to piesent as many aspects of i par- tieul ii subject as is necessary for a student to learn to make a re- sponsible individual choice The above mentioned criteria presuppose an open-mindedncss on the part of professor and stu- dent and willingness t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1963

Wednesday September 11 1963 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Brown Named Chanter Prexy A McMurry Style Monk-Chan-tci Reginald Brown junioi from Andiovvs has been chosen 19G3 64 president of the Chan- ters McMurry College singing group In addition to his work in Chanters Reggie who is one of the bell plajers called 'monks' on the campus must climb five flights of lonely stairs in Rad- ford tower before he plays the chimes morning and evening Other officers of the Chintcrs are John Edwards Hobbs N M senior vice president Betty diLoach Del Rio sophomore secretary and Carolyn Clift Hcimltigh junior historian Paul J A Engelstad new Chanter director who has re- placed Dr Richard C von Ende because of von Ende s mounting duties as chairman of the Mc- Murry fine arts division stated that the singing group would make two or three week-end tours of singing in the fall semes- ter The group will also be avail- able for local concerts and programs Brooks Gore Clark Head Three Classes Heading the slate of class ...

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