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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1951

Cooke Opens 51-52 the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday September 14 1951. Number 1 Approximately 160 Freshmen Of '55 Survive Registration Wednesday was registration day tor lieshmen. Apptoxtmatcly 100 members of the class of '5ft filed by the long reception line formed by membets of faculty school olhcl.ils. and just helpers. Complete rcgistiatlon figures vvoio not In however as we went to press befoie the upporolassmon icgistcrcd. The new fish aio: Josephine Stanford Margaret Gtishnm Da- vid Stephens Vernon O'Kelly Peggy Benfro Herbert StraiiRhan MayBelle Pember Darlene Pal- mer Elayne Snodgrass Mclba Kuckcr Bobby Robbln Mary Lou Odcll Lucy Richmond W. C. Strickland John Paul Riley Mary Rockovei Johnny Smith Charles Richburg Parnell Tuey Wanda Snyder Dur- wood Nele David Casey Dan Reavls. Don Rowland Edward Cooper Bobble Ann Sabln Kenneth Woi- sham Jerry Can Charles Mote Jerry Smith Bucky Hawthorne. Joe Allen Dean Jim Bales Jim Jowell Otis Ratliff Billy An...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1951

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Friday September 14 1951. Student 4jt gotten tyowtA fax feecxMttoK Your Student Life Center is open again! Bowling domi- noes shufflcboard chess canasta table tennis and gobs of fun await you. Afternoons and every evening the Center will be open to all students. Only fees charged will be the rental of the bowling alleys and shoes. Rach line will cost 15 cents and shoes five cents. All students are welcome to wander in and out of the building at any hours not conflicting with classes dormitory rules and other usual college restrictions. Smoking will be permited in the lounges club rooms rest rooms and recreational center. You are requested not to smoke in the auditorium dressing rooms entrances stage Radford room social hall bowling room or passing from room to room. The coke machine is there for you to use but plrase do not take bottles from the recreational room. Club socials meetings parties and individual groups are welcome to Radford's facilities. ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1951

Page 3 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP MASS MATRIMONY Cupid Takes His Toll Of McM Students Exes A glance through the newspa- pers and talks with exes rcvea' the marriiges of old McMurry rtudonts. Many will return to the campus 's newly-weds while oth- ers have studied Tor the last time on the campus. Football players Stephen Brock and Boxle Weems return to the campus -is married men. Stephen a sophomore wing-back married Patsy Phillips. Boxlc tackle for the Indians and also a sophomore mariied Patsy Kiker. Little All American Brad Rowland now an ex and Stir- anne Toler a Junior last year w em married In June at Hamlin Texan. They will make their home In Chicago. Paul Schuelkc ball-player for McMurry last year married Mary Lou Gniney this August. Schuelkc due to Uncle Sam's plans will not be returning to the campus. In the Chapel of Memories Jer- ry Phillips and Bill Fivcash were married in July. Jerry a fresh- man and Bill a junior .will live in Selma Alabviia where Bill Is stationed at Craig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1951

1951 Indian Squad Includes 23 Freshmen and Transfers Twcnty-thiee f i c s h m e n and transfers will miikc their debut In MrMuny's mntnon and whlto uni- forms t onion ow night. They come from nil over tin1 Lone Star State as well as outside nuri nuiko up one of the mo.st ex- perleneed and muscular groups to Invade tlie Rrscivnllnn sinee the war. Become acquainted with McMur- ry's new footballers with the aid of this official data: Billy Audcisnn GaUsvtllc back ape IS weight 180. height 6 feet. BH1.V is ii twice all-distlict guaid from Ontcsville high school hav- ing grndunted this pust spring. He entned tour lettelH there and served as captain for two ye.irs. He is matotiug in education and pl.ms to coach. Jim Bales Ranger end ape 18 weight 105. heiRht 6 feet 2 inches. Jim Is a Til graduate of Ranger hiRh school after being named all- district during the '50 season and ruining two letters. He was also in the annual Rast-West game. He will be playing end for the Indians. He is a mini...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1951

Indians to It's the beginning of the 1951 Gridiron Parade for Mc- Murry College tomorrow night as the Indian footballers tangle with New Mexico Western University's Mustangs in recondi- tioned McMurry Indian stadium at 8 p.m. MUSTANG STARTKR Due to be one of NMWU coach Al Johnson's starters against the Indians tomorrow night is Frank Doolcy a center rated his conference's all -conference honorable mention last year although it was his first season with the Silver City squad. Intramural Sports Progi ram to Be Set Up Soon Says Head Campus intramural sports pro- Bam will be set up within the next few weeks according to sen- ior Dick Rlchcy. who is to act as men's Intramural director this ye.u. Richcy points out that it Is nat- urally impossible for everyone to make the varsity teams or even try out for them and for that reason Intramural touch football basketball tennis track and vol- leyball are ail placed on the bill. It has been custom for classes and social clubs to be represented ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1951

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday September 14 1051. Chr Ltadtrs Mak First Action Apparanc Sat. .loo Craft head cheer leader and his assistants Byrdic Wont Jonelle Slovall Dcon MHrtln and Ken Wy.itt will make theli flist action dibut tomorrow night at the MeMurry-Ncw Mexico Wcsl- orn football game. Wednesday night an Informal pep rally between President Hall and Hold Star dorm was held. Choral yells resounded between the two dorms and the noise was heard all over South Abilene about 10 p.m. Tonight students will p.aitiei- P'Ue In the first pep rally of the year at 7 p.m. in McMurry Indian stadium. Music is to be furnished by the Indian Band under the di- rection of Prof. Raymond T. Bynum. First girl leaders for some time Bvrdie and Jonelle are both of Abilene and sophomores. Head man Craft is a Junior from Odessa Mart'n h junior from Pampa and Wyatt well known in entertain- ment circles as a magician Is a Stephenvllle senior. Drum Major Indian Maidens Named Bill Adkins freshman student fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1951

Special Election Petitions Due 5 pm Vote Tuesday It's election time but no one mhmun to be throwing "'Iptnn' smiles it round or kissing the n.i- bies Reason: It's n special i-lec-lion. Yen petitions for the vacant office r vlee-prcwldent of the Student Council are due toditv at 5 t.m. and students will go to the polN to nil the spot Tues- day morning after assomhlj. Voting place In to he the office of the dean of women and onl utier-rlatsnien HophomorcH junior and wrnlors will he al- low ed to nte. Council President Dick Rlchoy called for the election since Eddie Hill elected last spring resigned at the first student council meet- ing this school year. Check these petition rules and be sure your candidate is eligible before turning in his or her peti- tion: A. A H'tltlitn mtiM he first signed by the eandldate giving hta consent and then signed b bona fide students. B. The petition must be accom- panied by a statement signed by the registrar and the dean attest- ing that the candidat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1951

life Editorial Soys Footboll Is Force FOOTBALL IS A FAUCK nccnrdhiR to a re- rent iHHiic of I.IFR MAGAZ1NK!!!!! The War Whoop's attention was brought to an editorial in the Sept. 17 issue of Life last week which concerns college athletics in general and football In particular. The article labels college pi-csidents as money-niongeis coaches as greedy professors as "cheaters" and athletes as dumb. We posted the Lire editorial on the administra- tion bulletin board Thursday so if you haven't already go by there and mid it. The' War Whoop also brought the "Football Is a Farce" article to the attention of President Harold tt. Cooke and Athletic Director-Coach Wilford Moore. Holou summary of the editorial we have their statements in relation to McMurry's athletic program. "The young men and women are going back to college which means that the silly season is just about upon us. In fact the football players have been on the campus for quite some time preparing for the 15)51 edition of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1951

SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP FEW CHANGES. HOWEVER DEAN OF WOMEN MRS. CHAPPELL RELEASES NEW DORMITORY RULES New dormitory rules fin women on the campus were released this week by Mrs. Phil Chnppcll dean of women. Major changes In rules are those concerning nights out. Twelve o'clock privileges are allowed for Fiiday and Saturday nights 10:30 p.m. on Sunday through Thusr- day. Failure to return on time Is forfeiture of successive nights out- one night for each 15 min- utes or fraction thereof. Freshmen may have nights nut on Friday Saturday and Sunday. Sophomores are allow- ed one other nlghl besides these three; Juniors two extra nights; and seniors haw unrestricted privileges as to nights out as long as their conduct and grades are satisfactory. Fioihmen with n I 00 nviMtigr are tubecl to tophnmcre pnvilcgrt lour nights out lophomorcs with 2 00 hiivr uniof privrlrflrs llive nights outl ciml umort : li n 2 00 iivit age are al'owed m nightt out Only one preview privilege each nine weeki it p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1951

SHOWN IS THE MIDWESTERN FORWARD WALL which will try to stop the McMurry Indian backfiield tomorrow at 8. Ef- vam) nSMUr i Lr n 5& OF.MSMWIIL MEET A COMMON FOE FROM ANOTWEP TRIBAL NATION WHEN THEY LOCK HORNS WITH THE 'RED- SKINS" OF MIDWESTERN THIS WEEKEND :s??u- c- -&-- i "" -htoStSM?- 4 MAJOR PLAYS BILL ADAMS SPEECH HEAD REVEALS DEPARTMENT PLANS FOR YEAR Bill AciuniH head of the McMur- ry Speech Department announced this week plans for four major plays thlB year. Starting with "Noah" on October 25 and ending with "Antony and Cleopatra" on May 1. "Meda" will be given in December and It will be followed by "Hansel and Qretel" which will begin on the 25th of February. With the Junior League Service Club as sponsor "Hansel and Gre- tel" will be staged for more than seven thousand school children and besides will have Its regular performances. A big double feature attraction will open the department's Thea- tre Film Society for the semester. "The Spiral Staircase" starring Dorot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1951

McMurry Redmen vs.MU Indians SPORTS The WAR WHOOP TC ROUNDUP ACC Howard Payne A&I McM Play Saturday McMurry's 18-6 victory over New Mexico Western Saturday wan the only win for a Texas Con- ference team for the infant 1951 season. ACC did a fast fade In the sec- ond half of their encounter with Drake to go down 19-7. The only other TC game Texas A&I versus Texas Lutheran was postponed because of rain. The Austin College Kangaroos were the host team last night as they clashed with the Southeast- ern Oklahoma State Teachers. We had no results at the time we went to press. The Wildcats from across town journey to Commerce this week end to bang heads with the East Texas State Teachers while Howard Payne's Yellow Jackets compare plays with Louisiana Tech of Ruston Louisiana. Texas A&I meets Trinity University of San Antonio. Our own boys stay right here this week end. Our guests for Sat- urday night will be the Midwestern AT EAST GATE Activity Ticket Gets in Game Stuilentn wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1951

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday September 21 1951. Local Churches Give Progressive Party Krcshmnn students were cntcr- tnined at R ProRicsslvc Chinch Party Riven by five Methodist churches of Abilene SI. Pull First Methodist Gtnce and Kalr Park Thuisday evening. Four bus-louds beennio irqualnt- ed with the pistnrs and youns people of each church New stu- dents were Introduced to cadi pistnr nnd were told something; ah.nit the church. Refreshments were served at each of the five churches and a devotional was Riven at the last church that each Broil p visited St. Paul entertained with a pro- gram given by James Wheeler who is a student in Johns Hopkins Unlveisily. James Rave his rcmli- I on of in Austrlin piano playot In First Church Sarah Widmei played the plino while members became aeqinlntcd with new stu- dents. Refreshments were seivod in Glace Church and Fait Park Church while the pistors told visi- tors about activities for young people. Prtss Club Picnics At Cobb Park Press Club's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1951

' the WAR WHOOP I 1 i fflmP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texaa Friday September 28 1951. Number 3 ( BBBBBBBBm BBf MtaaMRV BHHm IsfafafkilHBSllfEafHAK afsfsH iiflflflflfBBPliK.ilflflfB --"'''"" ffiHBBB "B hhhhhhhhh m p--'' V llflA wLLBBbB PROOFS KKADY THURSDAY In registration process for 1952 Totem pictures are these five McMurry students includ- ing Totem Editor Barbara Walden left and Business Manager Jane nn Steen second from right. Left to right they are Miss Walden Mrs. Mel Thurman Betty Sue Teague June Lowrey Miss Stecn and Gary Zook. Editor Walden says proofs will be available or inspections Thursday at Thurman's Studio 1138 No. 2nd and also explains that make-up dates will be Oct. 10 also at Thurman's Studio. Aissionary to Japan Addresses Forum Today The Rev. Eveiett W. Thompson Methodist missionaiy on tin lough ftom Japan Mho was speakei al chapel Thursday morning will ad- dress the ministerial totum at a luncheon meeting today. Both Mr. Thompson and his wife had had ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1951

the War Whoop Entered at second class matter August 27 1923 at the Pott Office at Abilene Texas under Act of March 3 1879 Published w-eMy during the school year Sep tember through May except for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry College Abilene Temis The WAR WHOOP is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association and the At sociated Collegiate Prett Subscriptoin Rate $1 00 Year Page 2 EDITORIAL Campus-Site The WAR WHOOP Friday September 28 1951. by Will White 1 Sfrteifcaxtito fa a 79tcut "To respect my country my profession and myself. To be honest and fair with my fellowmen as I expect them to be with me. To be a loyal citizen of the United States. To speak of it with praise and act always as a trustworthy custodian of its good name. To be a man whose name carries prestige with it wherever it goes. "To base my expectations of a reward on a solid foundation of service rendered. To be willing to pay the price of success in honest effort. To look upon my work...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1951

TfOu. 4. 70. WoHonett ?4t dcimtHa Styma 'Dittex Gamma Sigma women's social club honored Mrs. Andrew VV. Hunt with a dinner in the Garden Room of the Windsor Hotel TIiuih- day evening: September 27 At the dinner Mrs. Hunt was formally presented as Gamma Slgma's new patro'icss. The table wan centered with a Gamma Sigma emltlem en- Lehr Presides Over First FTA Meet The first meeting of the Future Teachers of America was held September 24. Michael Lehr pre- sided. New officers for the year were Introduced as: Jurl Nou vice- president; .Jimmle Davis secre- tary; Blanche Micrs treasurer; Byrdle West reporter; Ida Mac Keith historian - librarian. Coyita Griffin was elected to the office of parliamentarian filling the va- cancy left by Betty Canon. President Lehr announced that KTA would meet the fourth Mon- day of each month at 7 p.m. Com- mittees appointed Included: Mem- bership Blanche Miers Jlmmie D.ivts Pat Maberry Rddie Spring- er John Polk; Yearbook Kitty Blanslt Ida Mae Keith Joyce ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1951

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday September 28 1951. Aldersgatt Church To Honor Foreign Students Oct. 3 Aldcrsgatc Methodist Church will honor McMurrys foreign students with n covered dish dinner Wed- nesday evening Oct. 3. Jurl Nou will be the speaker for the occasion and Byoung-Kcc Min and Scrvando Trevino will present special numbers. All foreign students on the Mc- Murry campus are to be honored guests with special invitations be- ing given to the Spanish-American students. This all-church dinner is to be held in the religion building begin- ning at 6 p.m. and all interested McMurry students are invited. CF Usts New Method to Plan Year's Programs A unique system for choosing programs to be presented during the year at the weekly Christian Foundation meetings has been adopted and put into use by its leaders. A lUt of piiHNlhle programi covering all phases of student activities anil knowledge wan made by the officer and pre- sented to thM attending the Sept. 19 meeting. Each person pres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1951

SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Midwestern U. Rattles McMurry Tribe 36-13 A Midwestern powerhouse as well ns McMurry fumbles Inter- ceptions and weak defensive play were the contributing factors as the Indians from Wichita Falls rolled over McMurry's Tribe 35-13 here Saturday night before a full stadium. The Mldwesterners were afire from the start. The game was hardly two minute old when they broke the lee and before the quarter had elapsed they held a roaring 21-0 lead. The local Indians made a minor comeback in the second period however and Ml! led 21-6 at halftlme. TC ROUNDUP All 5 TC Teams Play Tomorrow Austin College victorious last week over Southeastern Oklahoma will try to protect their undefeat- ed record in their own back yard this week end against Midwestern. ACC who sank East Texas State Saturday night will entertain Chattanooga. A&I goes to San Marcos to take on Southwest Tex- as this Saturday. Last week A&I was drowned by Trinity 34-7. Howard Payne Will be the visi- tors ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1951

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday September 28 1951. Mrs. Rockover To Lecture for Language Labs Foreign language students will soon be given the thanrc In hen Kronen Sptnish mid Gerniin lee- lures in their il.iss labs according In Miss Kiizabcth Myatt head of the department. Mrs Andicw W. Roekovcr a native of Austria and a new Me- Murry faculty niembei is to pre- yent the lectures in the thiee 1 inguages. These lectures will present an mtiiil art omit of the handicips that accompany all Americans who go abroad according to Miss Myatt. They will also give an op- portunity for the students to re- ceive first hind eontict with cul- tunl mil social conditions exist- ing in those countries she con- eluded First Deputation Team Goes to Trent Kust deputation team going out from McMurry for this year will piesent the services at the Trent Methodist Church Sunday. A deputation team is a group of students who are very active ii. religious organizitions on the campus that journey to out-of-town chur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1951

the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday October 5 1951. Number 4 Freshman Class Returns to Polls for Run-off Election McMurry freshmen return to the noils today to elect their class officers from runoff candidates selected Tuesday. Up for freshman president are Gene Marcum of Sweetwater and David Stephens of Morton. Vice-presidential candidates are Pattie Jones of Abilene and Bill Atkins Haskell. Vieing for the secretary-treasurer office are Richie Lane of Stamford and Margaret Riddle of Ovalo. And seeking positions as representative to the Student Council are Jo Ann Stockton Tuscola; Charles Gates Idalou. The poll In located In the clean' office on the first floor of the Ad building and Dirk Rlchey pres- tdent of the Student Council urge every "Fish" to go by there and cant his vote for the candidate of tils choice. Winners' names In today's elec- tions will be posted on the Ad building bulletin board today shortly after 5 pm the poll's closing time. Officers...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1951

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Friday October 5 1951. Back in the Files senior portraits "Your Newspaper Lights the Way to Freedom." Thus goes the slogan of 1951's "National Newspaper Week"; this week dedicated to the recognition and preservation of the American Press. Amendment No. 1 of the Constitution of the United States one of the Bill of Rights says "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech OR OF THE PRESS . . ." Freedom of the Press is the people's freedom not the news- paper's. Who benefits from the exposing of crime graft and corrupt enterprise certainly not the newspaper. Though the terminology may sound broad freedom of the press docs not mean a newspaper may print "just anything" and be held blameless. The U. S. Press must be able to back up or prove anything it prints. Otherwise a costlj libel suit can develop and sometimes does to the woe of the reporter the copyrcade...

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