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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1963

Tuesday, October 22, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Thre« i f ir m ■ 1 id r- n. □e vv id 1. lis e- nc in ts ic is- ti- ed TWC Co-Hosts Clubs Of Home Economics The Texas Home Economic^ Col- lin of TWC; Sue Revier, DWnna lege Clubs state convention is to Long, and Eva Dean Ivy of TCU. be held at Texas Christian Uni- versity Oct. 24, 25, and 26, with Texas Wesdeyan College as co- hostess. Registration will be held at For- est Park Motor Hotel from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday night. A patio party will be held from 7:30 to 8:30 a pound the pool at the motel with TWC and TCU providing get- acquainted games and entertain- ment. At 8:30 the House of Dele- gates meets. „ "Fashions in Your Future" will be presented at the 12:30 luncheon _ . in the Brown-Lupton Student Ccn-jJ^'' ter at TCU by Miss Jean Abe;>, nathy, fashion coordinator for Monnig's Dept. Store and an alum- na of TWC. Modeling for Miss Abernathy will be Dianne Ilardin;". Kay Mullendore, and Jackie Anu- The Rambler would like to correct a st...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1963

<* Page Hour THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October : * 1963 DATELINE... TWC Tuesday, October 22 6:15 p.m., Deka 7:00 p.m., Speaker Mixer Wednesday, October 23 4:00-6:00 p.m., Intersorority Tea 12:00 p.m., BSU 4I 6:30 p.m., MSM Thursday, October 24 S:00 p.m., Celebrity Series—Hans Conned Friday, October 25 7:30 p.m., BSU Social Faculty/Student Fun Night DD Weekend Saturday, October 26 National Teachers' Examination Autiss Rummage Sale DD Weekend Sakkara party for pledges Monday, October 28 6:00 p.m., Deka 7:00 p.m., Kappa Pi 7:00 p.m., Intramural football Dorm Party Twenty-Eight APO Rushees Receive Pins f o I Wednesday at Pledging Ceremonies Sorority Tea To Be Held in Boaz Center As Pledge Hopefuls Get Acquainted , Twenty-eight Alpha Phi Omegasembly. During the brief meeting, rushees were given pledge pins at Diane Porter, president, introduced pledging ceremonies, held Wednes- the other officers for the year, day evening in the Blue Room of Vice-president is Nancy Kl<ybrink, the fine a...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1963

o„ 963 Tuesday, October 22, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five f •fill ® ow of ich ral nt. *ng no it en od It. st at rt n- 3S 1- ir y d t. is t- it e it i, s s e * MIXER TONIGHT Senate RETIRING TEACHER of the Sigler Bible Class at Polytechnic Methodist Church, Mr. C. C. Bock, donates 200 books to the class. Receiving the books which will be kept for distribution in TWC's Armstrong Library is Dr. W. A. Ward, left, who is the new Sigler Class teacher. Adviser., Editor ^Attend New York Convention Mrs. Joann Langston, director of student publications, and Mike Wood, TXWECO editor, returned Sunday "from a- trip to New York City, where they attended the 39th annual Associated Collegiate Press convention, held Oct. 17-19 at the Hotel New Yorker. Eleven hundred find forj;y-two delegates and advisors from 43 states, Canada, and Washington D.C., represented 434 different pub- lications across the country, iticlufl- ing nejvspaperij, yqarbofllts and magazines. Schools representing Texas also included ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1963

Page Six T'HE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 22, 1963 RAM CAGERS DRILL Potent Offense Likely TWC's basketball team com- pleted the first phase of its pre- season drills last week, and at least one thing was evident: the Rams are likely to have another high-scoring team. Last year's squad, using the fast break as its major weapon, was the most prolific offensive unit in the school's history. In winning the Big State Conference title with a 6-2 record, Coach Elmer Hane- butt's high-geared club averaged weft over 80 points per outing in league warfare. With the exception of graduated captain Cecil Goff, the Rams have all of last season's performers back, plus a batch of talented new- comers. „ • • C C Heading the list of returnees is big Irvin Rue, 6-6 junior center who led the team in scoring with a 17.6 average last year and set a new school single-game scoring record with 42 points, in 'a 109-106 overtime loss to Howard "Payne. The Rams completed the two- week conditioning segment of thei...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1963

$ «£ V-bUtiy TtfF RAMBLER ZJcxciS lUeileijan (Lallege FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 TW Players Production Friday, Nov. 1 VOtUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY OCTOBER 29, 1963 No. 6 communique by jeremy walker This Thursday night, at a special called Senate Meeting, the Student Senate will take the long-awaited initial vote on the ratification of . the proposed new Constitution. This Constitution has been studi- ed and discussed at some length in' the last, few Weeks, and little opposition to its ratification is ex- pected. By nQw most students are aware of the Project '6-1 suggestion box located the Student Center. From its earliest beginnings Pro- ject '64 has been marked by its concern with the ideas of the indi- vidual student. This suggestion box is one more sincere attempt by the committee to become aware of and ■c? take active steps to fill the needs of TWC students. Now it is up to the individual student to take the initiative. Suggestions concern- ing any area of cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 29, 1963 Versatile Colfe I P- e(je J' cijjer Wuit 3JMI Van J %Ji Because of the recent observation of National Newspaper Week, it would seem a fitting and appropriate time to exa- mine the functions, values, and obligations of the student newspaper toward that college which it strives to serve. It would be best, perhaps, to conduct this view first from the negative approach, emphasizing what the college weekly is not, and is not intended to be. First, and most important, it cannot be utilized as an outlet for administrative policy and still be of any genuine value to anyone. Nor can it be expected to serve as a public relations organ for the college. In both instances it is employed in only a supposed need and its intrinsic value is either di- minished or else ceases altogether. Secondly, it must not be assumed that a consistent edi- torial policy is essential .toward the making of a first-rate campus newspaper. It is not even desirable. More*-t...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1963

Tuesday, October 29, 1963 THE RAMBUER Page Three Language Tables Are Set-up by Project '64 Another phase of "Project '64— an idea with you in mind" has been put into effect. French, Ger- man, and Spanish language tables have been placed in the Dining Hall during the everting meals. Here language students\pd other interested students can participate in conversation? during the meal- time. • The purpose of the language tables is to take the student out of a classroom situation and project, him into a real life situation. Stu- dents can engage in conversations without the professors being pres- ent. Speaking in the language that the individual studies is the basic rule for this idea. No English is spoken though many students have been known to write notes and use dictionaries, Everyone participates including i^iany^of the foreign stu- CO-EDS WISHING to participate in rush activities Entre Amis, and Deka at the Inter-Sorority Tea. greeted sorority members Autiss, WSO Begins Year On Camp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 29, f*?63 -K % Baa Baa, Black Sheep only school that forbids a private individual to put in a phone at his .expense . . . they're Hound to still *je pretty strict in Russia. But'com- girls to two phones in paring the phone problem here and 45 girls to two "MAN THIS PLACE is so 'organized' we have to consult the Activity Calendar before staging a panty raid." Students Give Opinions On Football Program nes A-poll taken on Wesleyan stu- dents' opinions , of playing inner- sectional football with other small colleges Jn our ,;trea revealed the. following'*: Larry Ludington, Fort Worth junior: Texas Wesleyan needs more school spirit year 'round, not just during basketball season. With a stronger, school spirit, the school itself will be much stronger than it is now.twI have attended colleges^ that have football pro- grains and can compare the dif- ferences. Johnny McCluskey, Clyde fresh- man: It would help school spirit and bring more distinction to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1963

Tuesday. October 29, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five Exhuming of Superstitions Due in Shadowy Subworld *>y Amber Pank$y "Down to Gehenna or up to the throne?" I choose the swamp and the .cave as my route landmarks. Dante and Alice in Wonderland had a great deal in common; however, man in general has the crudely seamed soul of a schizophrenic. TWC Goes Over Top In United Fund Drive FOR THE PAIN that really hurts . . . make a face like Ronny McCoy as he practices for the "Knight of The Burning Pestle" and you might get the coicern shown, left to rightt by Rusty Moxley, Don Payne and Jack Stuteville. TWC Senior Education Students Will Take Top TWC Students National Teacher Examinations in Feb. /\re Honored Today Today marked the first of the de- partmental assemblies. Dr. H. How- o. io, mis aaie p.o ess.oi.ui ard Hughes, sponsor of Alpha Chi,'on the TWC campus is Mr. John G. funeral technique of bur^V fa- to the student body the purpose of the organization, its importance and the differe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1963

V Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesda^October 29, 1963 Ram Basketball Team May fmploy Double-Post Offense This Season TWC's l)T«<(cctball learn * blessed f( lor the' third ^ar, he is only^a with mor? .height than in any re- soph in eligibility because he Was cent season, may capitalize on that red-shirted his first year here. Dis- advantage by using a double-post irig the one-year layoff, he played offense some this year. with Sampler's Cleaners, one of At any rate, Coach Elmer Hane- the city's independent teams. He butt has been toying with that saw only spot duty last season possibility in workouts. Irvin Rue, with the Rams. 6-6 junior, and Marvin Picha, 6-7 Picha moves well for his size, soph, have been the key principals 's an adequate rebounder and de- in the coach's plans. Eddie Goetz, fensive man and needs only to 6-8'i soph, will become eligible at boost his offensive„punch to become mid-term to give the Rams more one of the team's top performers, strength at the post position. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1963

JUDGE CI I THE RAMBLER 1~Jexa3 WJeiVeijcin College FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962. 1963 Cheer The Rams Thursday VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 1963 No. 7 communique by jerymy walkei Last Saturday, Texas Woman's University in Denton hosted the district convention for District II of the Texas Intercollegiate Stu- dent Association. TWO was among five colleges represented at this all-day meeting. Our delegation to the convention was once.again re- minded of and impressed by t^he great value arjd'many services that TISA offers to, its membei;, sely>ols. Certainly the first fWch service to come immediately to mind is the Central Agency File. In this file (housed at TWU) there is page after page of information concern- ing th^ work of the student gov- ernments of each member school. This information is available upon request to any member school. The value of such information is per- haps best illustrated by pointing out that before this year's student senate at TWC em...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1963

•—RT Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 5, 1963 Baa Baa, Black Sheep Baa, baa, etc., have you any wool? Yes, sir. >£s, sir^md .it's worn long and thick over the eyes this season. The accessories which Lynn Will Attend OU Music Meeting Mr. Walter C. Lynn, assistant professor of voice at TWC, will attend the annual convention and student auditions of^the South* western region of the National Association of Teachers of Sing- ing* and will serve as judge in one or more sessions of tfje stu- dent auditions. The convention will be held Nov. 10-12 in the Union Building of the University of Oklahoma in Nor- man. 'Some 200 teachers and 350 student auditioners will- be pre- sent. " The Southwestern Region Com- prises Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. The membership includes voice teachers from private studios, pub- lic schools, colleges and universi- ties of these six states. Vera Redgrove Neilson of North Texas State University is the pre- sent governor of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1963

Tuescjay, November 5, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three tus for jhe Ihe |n£ Ihe ry' Ire )f- 0 py |m on ng _ey fill >11 py PRESIDENT AND MRS. LAW SONE, left, greet guests at the annual President's Dinner for the TWC faculty in Anna Shelton Hall of the Woman's Club. Center, left. Dean of Women Catharine Wakefield greets Mr. Roby Fagg and Mrs. Fagg. Center, right, Mrs. Martha Smith, standing, converses with .'Mrs. Harry Rice, seated, left, while Mrs. Augie Mae Howell, seated, center, and Mrs. Kitty Mims discuss the evening's events. Mrs. Ruth Keat^g, standing, left, in white gown, chats with Mrs. Bill Freeman. The formal dinner, which has become a traditional affair, honors faculty members and the board of trustees. —Photo by Marcel's t: Organization News Kappa Pi Holds Habachi-Out, Gains Members Kappa Pi hold its fall habachi- out Oct. '28, by invitation only, in the KP sculJ^^Karden. The Jap- anese cookout was to acquaint prospective members with the organization. Setting the theme was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1963

Page Pour THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 5, 1963 Players' Production it Knight". Has Its Day by Sargent Hill When Ronnie McCoy sprawled going up on stage from the audi- ence last Friday night, everyone knew that "The Knight of the Burning Pestle" was going to be different. It markejl ttie first appearance on tlTjfTWC stage for 15 of -the 21 cast members. Eight of these were freshmen. This is quite a record, and much deserved praise goes to director Mason Johnson* This particular play is a happy re- union for Mr, Johnson. He played the title role in his college days at the University of Texas. Outstanding performances were turned in by McCoy, Jack Guthrie, WNO'S WHO (Continued from Page 1) the Senior Class and a member of DD and Sigma Tau Delta. He is a 1960 graduate of Grapevine High. Jane Bradley Smith, a senior elementary education .major ori- ginally froitj Hillsboro, is trea- surer of the Senior Class. She' was graduated in 1961 from Hillsboro High and is a member of Deka and s£a...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1963

Tuesday, Noverrfber 5, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five Alpha Chi Announces Twelve New Members Alpha Chi, TVVC's scholarship society, announced its new mem- bers and members for promotion at assembly, Thursday, Oct. 29. Dr. Howard Hughes, sponsor of Alpha Chi, gave background in- stating that Alpha Chi was in- corporated as a national scholar- ship society in Since 1932, chapters in other states throughout the country have been established and a bi-annual publication called the Alpha Chi Recorder has been published, mak- ing Jt possible for Alpha Chi to be admitted to the National Council of Honor Societies. Twice each school year TWC's AX committee meets to examine the records of junior and senior students at TWC who have been in attendance here at least one full school year. Those students whose overall scholastic record is 3.25 or above, and who are enrolled for J at least 12 hours of college work, are nominated by the committee for membership in the Texas Mu Chapter of AX. There are t...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 5, 1963 >' '/ *BB ; V I :: >■"-. ,v . <••••• "•■•>., '<<v A I ' ' V J 'i '' mi < " ' " - ' ' ,, 1? ' W9mSsSsSeS^r<'? ■> k&$s8ww'■'■■S>*v" IN LAST WEEK'S friendly little touch football game, the good-natured Seniors gave way to the j persistent Sophomores who cheerfully handed the four-year men their first defeat at Wesleyan. —Photo by Marcel's First Intramural Grid Loss In Four Years! Sophomores Jolt Seniors, 6-0 An inspired Sophomore team from Dewey Estill, B i 11 y Kay Late in the second quarter, Mar- erected at least a temporary bar- Thompson, Mike Gibson and Doug shall passed 18 yards to'Dalrymple rier to the Seniors' speeding cham- Ruthven to keep the usually po- for the Juniors' second score. Jer- pionship express in last week's tent Seniors off balance all night, ry Seaman ran for the two-pointer, intramuial football headliner. Neither tea mi managed another The Fish got on the scoreboard The Sophs turne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1963

JUDGE GE .fei TWC, TCU Host CLASP Program Texas Wesleyan College and Under the joint effgrt each in- Texas Christian University will serve as co-hosts for the College Loyalty Alumni Support Program to be held Feb. 3-18. CLASP will be joined by 18 Texas colleges and universities in an effort to obtain more interest and financial assistance from form- er students The CLASP campaign will be directed by J. Lee Johnson, III, vice president of the Star Tele- gram. Johnson accepted his posi- tion as director of the multi-col- lege fund-raising project at a meet- ing Monday, Nov. 4, at TWC, He will be responsible for all CLASP activity in Tarrant County. CLASP first began in Abilene in 1961. The heart of the program is SURE, EVERYONE «fy ected intramural injuries without proper equipment, but when a boy IosmJu**-— a simultaneous co-ordinated fund head . . . Curtis Ford, left, and Delbert McAmis, right, watch as Mike Wood seems to decapitate Scoot- drive among ex-students from pal- er Bradle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 12, 1963 r Students rjCadi f~ ejy* A ream 9n ^unportinq S>troncj 5, '/ 'cam Last Tuesday we had our first pep rally of the year, or for the term we should now use, our first "supposed-to:be-a- pep rally." With the minuteness of enthusiasm and-spirit displayed, I can safely say that this was truly not a pep rally, or anything resembling one. but rather a voice-relaxation hour for the lackadaisical. u «. Why on earth would a student body not support a number- one team? Usually the school whose student bodies don't show enthusiasm are the ones who have nothing to yell about, because of having a lousy team. But when a school has such a good basketball team that it is known throughout the state and nation, then that should give the school limitless reason for cheer. _ Vi* The subject, matter of this editorial might now seem trite or high-schoolish to a majority of the critics on campus, but I'll wager that these people are the same_ ones who don'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1963

o'J> Tuesday, November 7, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three CLUB NEWS Hill forld the lined Ihers Igine lhan lobe, Ising Ifilm |tion Jsti- Is of l>ent of in- like; pxas juar- jy'll ■ this |e of lDee irth |The >do him- iool I be- on land his |sh" ^nd iip. |her he |n g be Ithe in ice. lion, lent Iris, rl- t'ill lan- t>nn Ion- ium |t he of I He |or- Jthe Ird. ll'v- llhe I he 1 I Lighter, Brighter Colors Omega Chi Will Sponsor Dinner £)ominafe College Scene At Home of Dr. Alice Wonders A Thanksgiving dinner will be heid by Omegi Chi at the home of Dr. Alice W. Wonders, TVVC pro- fessor" of religion. Thursday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m. All students and guests are in- vited. There will be a charge of $1.25 per person. Reservations may- be made by contacting Ray Brin- son, Charles Cole, Bruce Harnell, or Dr. Wonders. Omegi Chi is also planning a Thanksgiving worship service for some" of .the elderly persons living in the "homes for the aged" in the Fort Worth area. Students who are to par...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1963

Hage Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 12, 1963 Tue Baa Baa, Black Sheep WHO CARES who's playing as long as it's football. Cr is it the camera that incited the burst of spirit among the spectator ranks? Whatever the reason, the Wesleyanites exhibit a pleasantness that is rare at test time. Photo by Marcel's. Students of All Levels Of Ability Enter TWC Charles Hager TWC Director of Testing And Counseling There are many factors that enter into consideration when we attempt to appraise the academic potential of an individual. There is no single criteria that can pre- dict complex behavior. Many things influence human behavior. It is still true, even in this day of many well-developed psycho- logical measuring devices, that the high school record is the best single variable for predicting aca- demic success in college. This is not to say, however; that we can- not raise our batting average by. adding other significant informa- tion to that obtained from the high school record. This is ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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