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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 October 1963

WAR WHOOP Thursday October 17 1963 Paga 4 Warriors Host Arlington Rebels The McMurry Indians winners in the last ten homecoming games will try for their eleventh consecutive homecoming w i n against the Rebels of Arlington State Saturday. The Rebels playing their fifth season of football as a senior college arc the possessors of a 1-4 record. The Rebels dropped their opener to West Texas State 22-17 were defeated by East Texas 17-0 and lost to Sam Houston State 34-28. Their victory was over the Lions of Southeastern Louisiana last Saturday night. McMurry also owning a 1-4 record lost to Corpus 1G-14; won over Howard Payne 14-3; were defeated by Northeast Louisiana 11-7; lost to Youngstown Univer- sity 17-12; and were beaten by Southwest Texas State 4C-C. McMurry has played Arlington three times the Indians won one giving two to the Kcbels. McMurry however has the ad- vantage of homecoming tradition. The Indians have won their last ten homecoming games includ- ing n 23-22 triumph ove...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 October 1963

THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 41 ABILENE. TEXAS. OCTOBER 24 1963 NO. 7 "SENORITA. COME WITH ME TO THE ALL-SCHOOL MASQUER- ADE PARTY that Kiva and Gamma Sigma arc hosting this Satur- day at 8 p. m. in tho Radford Social Hall." Hcrshall Hanks and Judy Lollar havo already chosen their costumes for the party and want to extend a special invitation to all the Indians to join in the festivities including a band and refreshments. For Christabel Junior League Names AII-McMurry Cast The Abilene Junior League has announced an all-McMurry cast for "Christabel" a two-act chil- dren's play which will be staged in the McMurry Little Theater Nov. 10 to Nov. 15. Curtain time will be 10 a. m. for all performances and although the production is designated par- ticularly for children the public is invited. A McMurry student Bobby Joyce Smith revamped a poem by Samuel Coleridge into dramatic form for the week-long produc- tion. The rewritten version in- volves an eternal triangle situa- tion in which an e...

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

WAR WHOOP Thursday Ociober 24 1963 SP Pago 2 WiL JsVm iff KHik W mfw " f "- ib .HE ' r T Editor's Nolo: Smoke 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 the future. Students and faculty members arc invited to submit material to Dan Turner the perman- ent editor. By DR. VIRGIL BOTTOM When Sir Winston Churchill wished to express the depth of feeling which he and lus country- men h.nl tow ud Adolph Hitler he called Ilitlei Mint had man" It is pel haps unfoitunite that we Amc ileitis line not learned the lit of ( inpli isis by understate- ment which is used 'o effectively li (Hit rm.li h coii-in. Unfoi tun ill l vw ne moved if it nil onlj li siipeil itives and cxag- f(iiUd stite mints Hence to (iin dcsii ible ends wntcis and spe ikeis uc tempted to use de- vices including hypeiholc pio- f mity md .ill of the Hollywood ' adjectives Such devices like Hi it used b the hoy who called 'wol...

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

Thursday October 24 1963 WAR WHOOP Page 3 From Cheerleader to Pilot... Dr. Day Reviews Old Times By JAY BARROW A string of patients were wait- ing children were restless moth- ers were anxious to get home and fix lunch but yet the War Whoop was fortunate enough to get an interview with perhaps the most interesting medical doctor in Abilene V-I-C-T-O-R-Y is not an un- familiar word to Dr Kenneth Day McMurry's school doctor and athletic trainer because the Victory yell has become as much a part of his life as it has for ecry McM cheerleader since Dr Day cheered the Indians on to fame bj serving as head yell- leader in 1941-42 Dr Day has chalked up e cry- thing fioni bung a chceileddci lu being a fightci pilot in Woild Wiit II in Italy to sering as an uiihnc pilot foi Eastern Airlines for thice yeais And speaking of flying one of the most inteiesting airborne epi- sodes that Di Day encountered occuued duting his freshman year at McMurry It was during a home football game when to the am...

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

WAR WHOOP Thuifday October 24 1963 Tribesmen Trample Arlington 27-7 Pago 4 MORE INDIAN YARDAGE McMurry's Indians changed to a rush ing game last Saturday as they swamped the Arlington State Rebels 27-7. Halfback James Prucit is shown being brought down by an unidentified Rebel. (Staff Photo by Harold Brown). McM Papooses Fall to Rebel JV 17-8 McMurry's Papooses wearied by a six-hour bus trip to Arling ton chopped a close game to the Aihngtoii State Junior Varsity 17-11. McMuny was the first team to get in scoiing position but the Papooses weie unable to take ad- vantage of it. A field goal at- tempt by nucho Gomez from the fifteen was no good. Arlington readied paydirt with 0.28 left in the fiist half when Rodger Fanning hit Francis Jewett in the end zone for n 24 yard touchdown. Faust Parker converted to make it 7-0. ! With 0:53 left in the third stanza Jerry Arnold toted the ball over from the two to make the score 14-0. Parker kicked the conversion. McMurry struck in the latter p...

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

Aftfi- jt. ..". i fit 28 Students Chosen For Who's Who THE VOLUME 41 Light Fixtures Arrive; Library Near Completion The long-delayed arrival of i Library and with all the neces- clectrical light fixtures has clear sary building materials now at ed the way for final construction hand workers expect to finish on McMurry's new Jay - Rollins I the building around Dec. 1 said g&'V " ' '"Vu.)"'?''.''"'! V'. 'IEf v;" " KK' Vj- r"5CS 4iH sssssssssssssssssssssnBP?vy' 11 siRR ni """' WHAT'S THIS? A NEW STYLE IN HATS? ... Bet Judy Stricklln knows how to use that megaphone this Saturday when the Indians play Tarleton State. All the cheerleaders will be at the game to boost the team on to victory and as Judy says "Hare you got that spirit? Well take it to Sievenville Saturday and get a Texan!" McMurry Participates In Dee-Stewart Parade McMurry shared the excitement last week when the city launched a parade Tuesday in honor of the first world premiere of a motion picture in Abilene and the ar...

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

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday. November 7. 1963 ? J0 Editor's Noie: Smoko Signals is a regular fcaluro which at- tempts to present investiga- tions of the current vital topics which so profoundly af- fect us today and in tho future. Students and faculty members aro invited to submit material to Dan Turner iho perman- ent editor. By BILL FIVEASH First may I state that it is in- deed my pleasure to have the opportunity of discussing with the students of McMurry College a very vital necessity in the com- pletion of their college educa- tion This being the availability of funds to pay for an education. McMurry College has a number ot means available that might be used by any student. This insti- tution bus work programs schol- arships and loan programs. WORK PROGRAMS arc avail- able at McMurry College at three diffeient rates. These rates are: G5c for students living un-catn-pus; 55c for students living off- campus; and 50c for students working at the desk in the vari- ous dormitories. In o...

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

Thursday November 7 1963 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Three Months In A Tent Weather Too Wet For Ducks... But Hendersons Like It Fine "Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink" for Dr. and Mrs. Nolan C. Henderson two McMurry professors who have been camping out for the past four summers In Florida where the summer rainfall averages ap- proximately 80 inches. Last July was a dry month with only 20 inches of rain. Camp life itself is easy to con- template but the activities that the Hendersons combine with liv- ing in a tent during all this rainy weather are unbelievable. The two have taught science done research for a book studied for a graduate degree and reared five children Jim 21; Jo 19; Peggy 16; Lanny 11; and Dickie G while living the great out-of doors-life in a suite of tents (a big family tent and two little ones) in Silver Lake Recreational area of the Apalachicola National Forest located in the northern part of Florida. Hole in Tent Last summer in the middle of a rainstorm the H...

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

WAR WHOOP Thursday November 7 1963 Pago 4 McMurry Tribesmen Scalp Pokes 21-7 lauiUiSU3 i.jag.A.a!iiatiii4fUi WHO'S GOT IT? Freshman iaelcl David Puriley watchei fellow Trlbeimen scrap with a Cowpoke) for the football. The Indians out- wrestled the 'Poke for the pigskin and the game 21-7. McMurry covered three of H-SU'i fumbles in the fracas. (Staff Photo). Tribe Faces Texans For TSC Homecoming Tills Saturday the McMurry Indians will conic face to face with the Texnns of Tarleton State College nt Stcphenville. The game to be played nt 1:30 Saturday afternoon will be the Texnns' homecoming tilt. Tho Indians refreshed by two upsets in n row will look to Tar- leton as a strong team that will again require total effort. Sinee Tarleton became a four-year col- lege and changed their name from I'lowboys to Texans in 1901 the Indians played in Stcph- enville and tromped the Texnns to the tune of 42-8. Last yenr in n benefit game plnyeil in Brec- Vannoy Calls For Golfers All boys interested i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1963

Junior Class Hosts Party McMurry's Junior Class will sponsor on oil-school party tomor- row night in the West Texas Utilities Building on Lytle Shore at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow night's theme will be "Treasure Island" said Mrs. Wal- ter Jarrctt class sponsor. The dress is informal or if one wishes he may wear costumes to match the occasion. Barbara Klrschner class secretary says that no ad- mission will be charged because the class has been busy selling "beats" for the past two football games in order to bolster school spirit and to raise funds for the all-school party. Doug Gore junior class presi- dent says that the Bonnevilles will provide the entertainment. Englestad Directs Music Convention Paul Englestad assistant pro- fessor of music and director of the Chanters at McMurry College was the administrator of the annual convention and student auditions of the southwestern region of the National Associatidn of Teachers of Singing Nov. 10-12 at the University of Oklahoma. Voice teachers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1963

WAR WHOOP Thursday November 14 19G3 ? 'k i p c? Pago 2 j out f J py m 3 Editor's note- The following is leading lho revolutions is lhe mis-1 a summary of the mam thoughts and ideas presented at the Forum-Diakonia Banquet by the Reverend Glen Chambers asso- ciate minister to First Methodist Lubbock Ufi nvn 11..1.. In Vi uinrl rt ihn absurdl Winle some woi ry about I People? buying another milkshake others I die of malnutrition While some! woiry about buying a third pair of Fhoes others fri'oe to drain i for lack of waim clothing sion of the Church. If the Chin di does not Irad the revolution then Communism na- tionalism militansm malciialism or combinations of lliebo will. How do we meet the needs of Tin' wot Id tells us that we can deal with personal piob- lems with things that can be bought. If you'll not as popular as you would like then buy Byrl- ciecm. If you an anxious lake Anacin or any one of thousands In lhis timo of uneasy peace f pjis. if you'ie not happy wo Christians mus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1963

Thursday November 14 1963 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Wltal'l A 2uGtel? i'it::fc'- fvMMLar; :.. s American Expressions Puzzle :1M McMurry Freshman Fraulein "LET'S HEAR THE KINGSTON TRIO they'ro my favorite" says Agnes Schroeder as she hands the record lo her "good pal" Tonya Childs. Agnes is staying with the Childs' while she and Tonya attend McMurry. Dyess Students Eligible For Medical Treatment McMurry students under 21 years of age who arc veterans or dependents of military person- nel are eligible for emergency treatment at Dyess Air Force Base Hospital providing they have in the files at Dyess a cer- tificate signed by their parents. Capt. John R. Farringer busi- ness manager of the Dyess Hos- pital said students at McMurry may pick up a formal certificate at the college registrar's office have it signed by one parent or guardian and forward it to the registrar's office at Dyess. Thus red tape procedures of getting permission from parents will be eliminated if emergency treat- ment is eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 November 1963

WAR WHOOP Thursday November 14 1963 Pago 4 - STOPPED COLD Tarloton halfback Pat Ballow is shown slopped by Clovis Halo (Number 79) and William Grissom (Number 30) in Saturday's game Looking on are Tribesmen James Christopher and Doylo Slaylon. Tarloton took tho game 29-13. This week the Indians meet ACC at Public Schools Stadium for the city champion- ship. (Staff Photo by Harold Brown.) SPORTS SHOTS By DANNY RICHARDSON IT'S A LONG WAY TO AR. LINGTON I found that out the other day when I boarded the "Mnioon Marauder" with the junior varsity squad to go to Ar- lington State. At first eveiything seemed to lie going all right but I knew that with my personal jinx (I cany it eveiywliere I go) and that old tired bus something was bound to happen. Sure enough we hadn't gone too far when the air pressure began to climb It kept climbing. Then the bus dnvcr an old hand with the old bus began finding Fornes Announces Putting Winners In the lucent IB-hole putting contest held at the South Four...

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

f 7 - iMMBHf. ki-l . I.. uMHMHMBHaHaHHHIMHMMHHIMHMiMHB.. HHHHHBBt JOIN THE HOOTENANNY HULLABALOO sponsored by the Student Association this Friday at 7:30 in the Radford Auditorium. Among the groups singing popular folk songs will be (from left to riqht) Jack Wilcox Lynda Benham Sam Barnes Hoss Aikin Betty Anne Waltermire and Clark Walter. Mc- Murry's Mike Bennett will emcee the song-fesi and students and faculty from all ihrco colleges in Abi- lene are invited to attend the hootennanny free of charge. THE VOLUME 41 Yearbook Staff Reveals Totem Beauty Nominees After tallying approximately 8000 votes cast in chapel last Thursday the staff of the Totem McMurry's yearbook released the names of 16 candidates for Totem Beauties Saturday. The candidates are Suzie Ap- pleton Shirley Bickley Carolyn Cates Vicki Coulston Gena Cox Martha Dusek Diane Dussair College Hosts Convention For Texas MSM Groups McMurry College will be the gathering place of approximately 200 college students from all o...

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

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday November 21 1963 Reynders Concludes Fine Arts Program For Fall Semester Byrd's Eye View Sp c? 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 the future Students and faculty members are invited to submit material to Dan Turner iho perman- ent editor. By DH. HOWARD SLAATTE Sorcn Kierkegaard was born in Denmaik May 5 19G3. After a melancholy young manhood he turned to a career of philosophi- cal writing of a different sort. Becoming increasingly sensitive to the distinctive answers of the gospel of Christ to life's persist- ent anxieties ho became a provoc- ative prophet for both Ilia time and ours. Significant is the fact that Kierkegaard is being taken more seriously in our day than he was in his own. Actually "without honor in his own country" few heeded ins critical appraisal of the contemporary world when he wrote articles now known as ...

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

Thursday November 21 1963 WAR WHOOP Page 3 I . " i AWflBHHHI A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS Bob Miller pro- fessor of art compares his original skoich with ihe finished picture as Louise Kay and Jim Stewart look on. This painting is one of his works being exhibited in the Art Gallery of the Old Main Building. Bob Miller Displays One-Ma n Art Exhibit Bob Miller member of the Mc- Murry art department and promi- nent Abilene artist is exhibiting a one-man show of his works at the McMurry art gallery on the third floor of the Old Main Build- ing on the McMurry campus. The one-man show which in- cludes oil and water-color paint- ings and preliminary sketches may be seen at the gallery from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday through Friday and from 7 until 10 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays until Nov. 27. Miller who has won awards in various state regional and na- tional shows has shown his works in New York City Georgia Pennsylvania Texas North Caro lina Florida the South Pacific The bloodhound...

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

WAR WHOOP Thursday November 21 1963 Tribe Falls to Wildcats 21-3 Pago 4 aLvTF XaKKaLBar i 1 "" !Wr"n Hr Jv' 1 ! f-r. aPKim & rwlt Vf t lZZr;X4rZU-Jr "&? - '. " " X i1?";1 iv .77 1 jAXKi4iW"rJ5i twa . . wfsw.4 ii;."ij t ... u y .. txtt :.. . ftaSSSBHRffiMgS. v&j&&Trr -'-LzUKt jl- TROUBLE AHEAD McMurry College's James Maddox (23) runs into big lroublo as two Abilene Christian Wildcats move in for the tackle. Maddox gained three yards on the play. (Staff Photo by Harold Brown.) SPORTS SHOTS By DANNY RICHARDSON A BOUNCING BASKETBALL. the shouts of players and the anguished wail of a tall thin player crying over n missed shot; these were the sounds in Indian Gym when I went over to find out what the basketball future of the Tribe looked like. The "tall thin person" was Mac Cade a 0-8 junior from Ham- lin who will in all probability be starting for the Indians when they open the season against Texas Lutheran College Novem- ber 30. Cade is being closely contested by Mil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1963

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1963

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday December 5 1963 -0n Memaiiam- John Hardin Hicks Early in the morning of Saturday November 23 1063 an honored and beloved member of the McMurry family laid down his work here with us that he might resume it on a higher plane It is significant that he loved the sunrise and we are comforted to remember that "weeping may endure for the night but joy comcth in the morning " Bishop Angle Smith was right when he said that there is no such thing as a pessimistic Christian; and I think the thing that we most admired and remember about Dr Hicks when you come down to it was his vigorous optimism He "made a pulpit of every circumstance" yet he was gentle and kind with true Christian humility Most of us have already found the Truth but had we been agnostics and unbelievers instead of fellow sharers of the Christian faith the strong simple manliness of his life would have drawn us to investi- g ite this matter of Christianity which he professed and lived In his "Meditati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1963

Thursday December 5 1963 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Totem Fights Deadline In Nine-Month Battle THE BIG THHEE PLAN THEIR PLAYS Polly Hackler. Billio Powers and Cherry Hastings struggle amidst an array oi personal and business items to meot another deadline. Deschner Guest Speaker At TMSM Conference About 150 college and univer- sity students fiom all ocr Texas lit. ud Di John Deschner lectin u oci 'A Tiutliful Community' at the annual Texas Methodist Stu- dent Movement Confcicnrc at Mc- Muny duung the Thanksgiving holidays Di Deschner prominent Meth- NEXT WEEK: IN SMOKE SIGNALS Dr. Robert M. Piatt assist- ant professor of sociology and education discusses causes and effects of the Kennedy Crisis. odist theologian from Dallas and main speakei at the gathering foimally opened the conference at 3 Friday afternoon Nov 29 and followed up with two Sat- urday lectures and a concluding lecture Sundny at 9 30 a m The Rev Bert Affleck minister to the college was McMurry s host for the affair and Roger D...

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