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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 December 1963

WAH WHOOP Thursday December 5 1963 Pago 4 Meets TSC With tv.o games under their belts the McMurry Indians re- turned to Abilene Saturday night to ploy the second of n two-game series with the Tarlcton Tcxans The Indians will be led into the game by Mac Cade a 6-8 center from Hamlin Russell Noll a C-4 .sophomore from Pueblo Colo- rado Dennis Anderson a 6-2 junior from Knox City Clayton Brooks a 6-0 senior from Abilene; and Preston Vice a six-footer from Garland Vice and Brooks are co-captains for the Indians The Texans will be led in to the game their fourth by R M Cur- irin a 6-5 junior from Priddy; I Paul Seidensticker a 6-3 junior 'from Burnet Stanley Haedge a .0-2 senior from Killeen Roy Harris a G-0 sophomore from Priddy and Larry Aldndgc a 5-8 senior from Tuscola The Texans will be rebuilding this year after losing their top two individual point-makers The lost two are Marshal Proctor and Dean Moon who between them- selves averaged almost half of the i team's rebounds and point...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1963

Fine Arts Offers Recital Students Feature Music of "Old Masters" BWWaMBfcktL'' . V raWBWUW wtMlEa www aWSSSjB.ySjffiV iiWnttWirn'fyVithtr1' I'ftii rll r i i 'U& tBiti HMHHBlHH PRACTICING for the fine oris department's piano and vocal recital Sunday at 3:30 are standing Shirley Webb and Jane Grifiin. Playing the piano is Karen Striebel. Suzie Appleton Selected Maid of Cotton Finalist A McMurry College junior Su- zie Appleton has been selected as one of 20 finalists in the 1964 Maid of Cotton Contest announc- ed the National Cotton Council in Memphis Tenn. Friday. Speech Students Enter Tournament Six McMurry speech students participated in the Duke City Tourney a forensics meet at the University of New Mexico at Al- buquerque Friday and Saturday. McMurry entered a pair of two- man debate teams and individ- uals in oral interpretation ex- temporaneous speaking and orig- inal oratory. Twenty-one colleges and uni- versities from states including Texas Colorado Kansas Califor- nia and...

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

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Wednesday December II 1963 JFK's Death Climaxes Period of Turbulence Dr. ROBERT M. PLATT Asst. Prof of Sociology and Education I have been risked to write about the recent tragic events the assassination of the President of the United States the attempt- ed slaying of the Governor of Texas and the ironic murder of the assasln himself while under police cutody A more bizarre and hectic weekend America Ins nev- er known Such events are not without causes which have an ex- tended history This article at- tempts to explain the social phc- nomenn describing some causes and offering suggestions for re- sponsible social change For the past scvoral years there have been symptoms of unrest and tremors of troubled times throughout our land September 15 1963 Birmingham four girls die in a Sunday School bombing and two others dio by gunfire April 1963 attempted murder of General Edwin Walker; Septem- ber 30 1962 ' Olo Miss' campus becomes the sccno of bloodshed as two newsmen d...

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

'Wednesday December 11. 1963 WAR WHOOP Page 3 i & tea Student Teachers Face Spiders Rabbits Kids' From Behind the Desk wZmmKtk. pi Ml MPRRHSK NO I DON'T THINK YOU'D LIKE LIVING IN A GRASS HUT LIKE THE AFRICANS P .arf-A.. -- Kir' ' SCiiiHilnHpH .Vi CAUTION.! KM PHIcSBl i fell WWJWJ'lli..iiiafe-MBMWWWI.J jiW arc .& YEAH. SMOKY THE BEAR WOULD LIKE YOUR FIRE PREVENTION PICTURE SHOW AND TELL . . . A FRIGHTENING TIME FOR PARENTS By HARVIELEE OFFUTT and BRENDA GLENN It take courage a sense of hu- mor and enough speed to catch a scared rabbit but teaching has its own unique rewards War Whoop staff members came to this conclusion after compiling an- swers to questions put to Mc- Murry students who have tried student teaching. After sixteen years of sitting in the desk and being taught is it any wonder that student teach- ers find it difficult to adjust to being behind the desk? Although ninety hours of sub- ject matter and approval of the Committee on Teacher Education are requiied f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1963

Wednesday December 11. 19G3 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Indians to Meet Trinity Friday McMurry's roundballers will take to the hardwood again Fri- day nifiht when they tackle the Trinity Tifiers in Indian Gym- nasium. The Indians will be seek. inK their fifth win in five starts. Heading the Tificr lineup are three seniors Gene Canavan G-4; Dill Thomas G-4; and Chuck Wolk fi-3 Coach Kobie Robinson will also rely heavily on four junior lettermen Bruce Ashton G-G; r.iv Hulilar G-7; Jerry Mat- tinidy G-4 and Stacy Guynn 6-7. Another strong point is Pete Ra- nucci a G-l sophomore who mov- ed into a starling position at the stmt of the season To st.nt Knd.iy nifiht Robin- son will probably rely on Bill Thorn. is Pete K.iiium Unite Ash ton Jeny M.itlmiily and Dave llubl.n Tribe Wins Top Texans 103-84 MtMiiny College maintained a petftd KinfciiiKi moid S.itur day .is liny lipped the T.ulelon TfN.ins Kid ill Thioiifihout the fust h.ilf it w.is nip and tuck Willi the Indi ms m.in.iiiini; a nine point lc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1963

Merry Christmas i i i i i i g R jLiEiiliVtfLLiiiiiiiViiiflaVLif VtLssflK sLsLw L: -JBHIK ??B"f' Jc9 I e NOW. SANTA MAKE HIM TALL. DARK. AND HANDSOME . . . Peggy Thompson describes what she wants to find under her iree on Christmas morning as she and Robert Darden pay a visit to Santa (Gary Moore). YULETIDE CAROLERS gathering to sing Christmas hymns and songs in the tra- ditional holiday spirit are (from left to right) Thomas Bormann Garon Gabriel Gay Roper Kenneth Hildebrand and Marilyn Jones. Engelstad Named Speaker At National Convention Paul Engelstad director of the McMurry College Chanters and Theta Chi IHR Win First Place In Sing Song Members of Theta Chi Lambda women's and I. H. R. men's clubs won silver cups for their perform- ance in the annual T. I. P. Sing Song Tuesday evening. Follow- ing the musical program the President's Christmas Reception sponsored by Wah Wahtayseo service organization was held in the Radford Social Hall. Wah Wahtaysee members pre- sented to Dr. Gor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1963

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday December 19 1963 cZntoze. Siifiuil6. -- Suspension or Oppression? By DAN TURNER How do you distinguish a teach- er from a citizen? A citizen is one who if he is responsible will ixertlsi his b.isie liberty of fri e- dom of the press in response to an offensive situation A teacher is one who if she is wise will keep her mouth shut about undemocratic and un-American situations in order to keep her job or avoid a temporary sus- pension. You --.ly "that is not what a Uuchtr should do'" But in practice is not this what we h.ivc s.nd in the past two v. c 1 1- I) ( hfiol U tidier Mrs Henderson's Father Succumbs Thursday t - ' I) V .m C 1 i Vi Mm i i -tint I i.f. .r rl.iii List Thui-.- i in .it L'-vvimcculle I I .1 ims foi Or N ( ii Tin Hnli ison ti foitner Mi'h li' ininisti i v.ne to be I U Sunlit til !aiII lltcwlll 'm?44mm4mmm " T 44-m 4- C-m4 JUVlier LU OUflLU Eleanor Cowan made a respon- sible and truthful remark to Time Magazine (December 0 19G3) con- cerning ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1963

Thursday. December 19 1963 WAR WHOOP Page 3 isjy t f" f' iwm fi inrminiiiimRil!12wmi' j mi u.i i l. ... IMIfCTCT3fflfflfl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrX i'ftftMlVMKMBHBMLjSPjS&ivK!Q'iBBBH ftaAjMJMSM5aMMMMV''7l fr77T?''tW2?yKE JfyffAJTwT ISSSBffWHIMMSKKKtillBSA BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV VXHKHB&KMHBkVVVQiSEBflBlBBBHHBBBBl Hr IO.IIIIkJi tenwBWiW- JssgssssllflJ5hi VBIBHIIH V IHIIIHIhBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIh llHmi? HsLIIIIIIIIIIRii'llyiPPsllllE .JBBBIiiPK&' w SUPM sHHHHHHIB LKbsIIIH9siiIHsIIIHsIIIIIIIIIIIIIibsIIIIIIIIIH CSiiO Jb&I iSjtWfrsj&lB SsSSIiHsIIIIiM&SsP&FkIVW rlbMfikMnlaHlallallH llns 7ci?w yas. a.; "SET IT UP!" shouts one of the girls on the volleyball team as the ball comes sailing over lhe nei. Grab That Bali and Go- FarniSiar Cry of Students ONE TWO THnEE STRIKES in a row is called a turkey in bowling and Mil:o Pavton wishes that he could qot a lurkov By BRENDA GLENN P. E. These initials stand for Presiding Elder Protestant Epis- copal and in statistics probable er...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1963

WAR WHOOP Thursday December 19. 1963 Paso 4 OUCH Clayton Brooks seems lo be in pain as he tries tor a layup in Friday's gatno with the Trinity Tigers. Brooks the only senior on the team had a good night as he scored 16 points to help the Indians win the game 101-82. Also up in the air is Trinity guard Bill Thomas trying lo dcilect tho shot. The other players pictured are Dale Fincke (21). arid Dennis Anderson. (Photo by Barry Casterlino). Tribe Trips Tigers 101-82 The McMurry Indians trampled Trinity's winless Tigers in Indian Gym last Friday night. The Indians got off to a slow start that is all of them except Preston Vice. The Junior guard pumped through 14 of the Tribe's first 19 points. The Tribe in- creased their lead until they were leading at tho half by 11 points 47-36. The beginning of the second half saw a fired up Indian team increase their lead to 18 points in the first three minutes of the second half and they were never threatened again. Preston Vice was the leading sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 January 1964

sH iii v"' i ' Mp? r " B'-f jiylsai Bjpillilll THE CALM BEFORE THE STOHM Lynn Walkor. a Snyder freshman finds peace and escape amidst a night of mental anguish as she pushes aside her studies to forget about those rapidly approaching final exams. This same scene will be repeated oyer and over again as midnight oil burns all oyer the campus during final exam week which begins Monday and ends Friday. . THE VOLUME 41 Directors On Jay - After an inspection tour Janu- ary 3 the Building and Grounds Committee of the McMurry Board of Directors stamped its approval on the nearly completed Jay-Rollins Library. The approval however was only a way of saying "so far it looks fine" since final acceptance is pending on the completion of several small items as well as on minor repairs. Until it com- pletely approves the building Mc- Murry will withhold all pay- ments on the library; therefore the structure is still in the hands of its contractors. William Fiveash business man- ager at McMurry and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 January 1964

Pago 2 WAH WHOOP Thursday January 16 1964 naze iftalL -- Propaganda in ics By ROBERT DARDEN I With the presidential primaries in the various states the Repub- lican and Democratic National Conventions and the election com- ing up in November we as voters and future voters have an im- portant civic duty to perform. We must decide which candidate or party according to our prefer- ences is the beit for our country our stale and ourselves. This decision is not always an easy one to make. This year as in all election yeais on cither a national or a state level the Republicans and Democrats are grappling at each othci's throats. Two weeks ago Senator Harry Goldwater of Ari- zona and Governor Nelson Rocke- feller of New York both Repub- licans announced their candidacy for president while Richard M. Nixon of California a third likely candidate announced that he would suppoit the "strongest" Re- publican candidate. Nixon how- ever has made no specification as to who the strongest candidate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 January 1964

Thursday. January 16 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 1 in i in miiiiii .I ii Lly.i mii i m M STEP RIGHT UP and get your "Galleon" says editor Karen Striebel as she hands a copy of the magazine to Tye sophomore Ann Askins as Sam Barnes unoacks more of tho nuhlicafions for dUlrihuHon. ARTIST AT WORK is Penny Price doing the pen-and-ink drawing that won her second place in the illustration awards presented by the "Galleon." Representatives Attend Vocational Consultation About 80 representatives o area churches and public schools will attend a Vocational Guidance Consultation at McMurry Friday and Saturday. The purpose of the two-day workshop is to determine what the church is doing in the field of religion and to discover the mu- tual concern of school church and family for realistic vocational and educational goals for youth. Registration at C p. m. Friday will begin the convocation fol- lowed by an evening meal at 6:45 p. m. and an assembly in Rad- ford Memorial Auditorium at 7:30. Dr. Howard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 January 1964

Thursday. January 16 19B4 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Tribe Meets Kangaroos lLLt m tHr Ih 'B UP. UP AND ALMOST IN Lou Balcnion. (number 13). it ihown as he blocks a shot by Russell Noll in second half action Wednesday night. Other Pionoers shown are B. B. Kendrick. (number 22). and Royco Harnsbergcr (number 14.) McMurry won the game 71-58. In action Saturday night the Tribe handed Midwestern their second loss of the senson. 99-83. (Staff Photo by Harold Brown.) Indians Scalp MU 99-88 When two tribes of hostile In- dians meet some scalps are bound to be lost. McMurry proved to be better scalp lifters Saturday night when they trounced the Midwestern Indians 99-83. In winning the game McMurry took the lead in two races; the Texas Athletic Conference race with a 3-0 record and the race for the title of the north zone of NAIA district eight. McMurry began playing in- spired ball from the opening tip- off. The Indians trailed only once in the game. Midwestern then led 2-0 but baskets by Mac Cade and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1964

t-tHHAhl OJ- College Unveils Jay-Rollins Library 's r" ZZn THE VOLUME 41 VIEW OF THE CAMPUS-Ono of 1st.- t ? window on the north wall of lhc mezzanine. The window provides an attractive view from both the bung their lypewnteis and do le- insida and outside. j search; in another students may I listen to special studying records. HEAVE H0-L0ADING SIXTEEN TONS OF BOOKS! &!SZ: Toting and stacking boxes of Ihe new Jay-Rollins Library arc Jack Anqley. It's a hard way io earn a college education discover James Christopher and Leon Green' lee as they cart the books off the truck into the new library. In the process of shelving and catalog' ing the volumes in the new library are Bryan Miller and Don Horion fact that there are only 59599 more books to go. BlftiiliiMiiMfraBK ll"vl''ijBn'IIHHiM''5f' MBI'm-Ih A - V l Mflistllilfl HHt tWHV'HHRRHliHfllrH Hours mub sbVAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYbbbH 'WE8 Me - - MwMwMwMwMwMwaiMfflTffiiS 9'&MS?mM VSwWi ABILENE. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 6. 1964 lhe fca.urcs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1964

WAH WHOOP Thursday. February 6 19G4 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Jy&& ' Pago 2 znc Bailing Editors Noio: Smoko Signals is a regular feature which at iompts to present Investigations of lho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in the future Students and fac- ulty members arc invited to sub- mit material to Robert Darden the permanent editor. By GARTH SIMMS It is very interesting to watch our government at work and to wonder at the reasoning behind some of its actions During October Uncle Sam at the bidding of the Kremlin took upon himself the job of supplying whe it to the U S S II He based his decision on the follow- ing premises 1 The sale of U S ' heat to Russia could be usid as a propa- g ind i we lpon to demonstrate to other n itions that the Communist system will not work 2 The wheat would be carried on American ships thereby creat- ing work for American seamen T The sale of our surplus would not only relieve the United Stutes of the problem of storage i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1964

Thursday February 6 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Student Teachers Number Eighty-one Eighty-one student teachers more than ever before are repre- senting McMurry College in Abi- lene Public Schools this semester. Fifty-eight student teachers are practice teaching in the second- ary school program and 23 in the elementary program said Dr. Bill Miller director of the Division of Education. The greatest percentage of sec- ondary student teachers are in the fields of English history physical education and business. Other fields represented arc art mathematics music biology chemistry Spanish and speech. McMurry student teachers num- ber about four times as many as they did five years ago. Library Receives Rare Editions More than 500 editions of rare books have been added to the McMurry Library by Mrs. Dallas Scarborough announced Dr. Gor- don Bennett. The gift which contains genea- logical books costing as much as $40 and $60 will be added to the collection of rare books known as the Scarborough...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1964

ra Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Thursday February B 1964 McMurry Cagers Break ACC Win McMuny College's Indians kept en the winnirig side of the season ledgei lust week as they won two Karnes triumphing over ACC 80- 7U and Arlington State 84-67. Thursday night the Indians re- newed their mastery over the ACC Wildcats 80.70 in a very hard-fought battle. Revenge was sweet for the In- dians as they broke the string of three victories ttie 'Cats held over them. The Tribe also put an end to the Hilltoppers' consec- utive win skein at nine. Ace jumped out to an early lead and maintained that lead through n large part of the game taking n two-point lead to the dressing room with them at intermission. Midway through the second half the Tribe began to find the range and pulled ahead of the Wildcats to lead by as much as ten at 74-C4. Then with 10'09 showing on the clock Coach Kimbrell ordered his charges into a semi-stall. The final points scored by the Indians were two free throws by Clayton Dozens of w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1964

Seniors Host Cupid Party Give a toast to wee Dan Cupid fc And the joy he sends our way; (: For iho seniors are planning a party In honor of Valentine's Day. All McMurry students and their dates are invited to the Senior Valentine Party Friday Febru- ary 14. BeginninR at 8 p. m. the rafters in Radford Social Hall will be ringing with fun music and mer- riment as the party gets into full r swing with a program featuring McMurry's Windjammers. A live band will provide dancing music for all. Highlighting the program will be the crowning of one of the four sweetheart candidates as queen. Depending upon who re- ceives the greatest number of votes this week either Dee Anne Lundgrcn senior; Barbara Hol- land junior; Penny Price sopho- more; or Sandra Day freshman will reign over the dance. "Votes are a penny each and there is no limit to the number of votes one may purchase" says senior class Senator Janice Young. Because the semi-formal affair is a money-making project for the seniors raff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1964

February 13. 1964 Pago 2 WAR WHOOP LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS fc iliy w i .O 5 yrrAhc i SLT - -" ...;M . "I'MCAeKVlN' TU' ROUGHEST ScMVlMS edTTTik-FMAT-mis vtmi atomic ATH PtfUOSCWAWANCR? PKt'SICS. (SEKVWJ f-KCrtH WlnKO ! Lb tfH- " 1 J tfsL fe rSS. liJ Uf Aft 0Afc PLUS MMN&A lot wee ue units.-- !WS vlM APPlTlON IV GOTATEfW fAPEE CUE ft ATESTI&MPfcZDW. '" T rtf-Aeo -nlie flfeR IJKS." Clubs Nucleus of Society Editor's Nolo: Smoke Signals Is a regular feature which at- tempts to present investigations of the current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in the future. Students and fac- ulty members are invited to sub- mit material to Robert Darden. tho permanent editor. By JANET MOORE In discussing an article on social clubs there is only one assertion that can be made for fact they exist. They arc active organiza- tions on this campus. Once this fact is left all that remains is merely opinion opinion amid all sorts of prejudices. There are good and bad points to any o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1964

February 13. 1S64 WAR WHOOP Page 3 LAST MINUTE WORKOUT Before the curtain goes up (from left) Jerrcl Elliott. Sam Barnes Clark Walter and Jack Wilcox touch up some of the rough spots on their folk songs. Daily practice has already gained numerous bookings for the young group. 4&Jfcr2f'TS5$'l IPl'''-s9HssW "T ' I JDNissLlMflKVHsllllllllllllllllHdsslllllH " I I njj-i-r - Pf -IP?ctk i " rllwiBBBiisiliiiiiiiiiiiBsjSi' issiiBsisHsisiHsl ?11llsssliHi8B)ls YOU THINK THERE'S ENOUGH ROOM FOR ALL OF US? Windjammers Hit Campus With Popular Folksongs By BRENDA GLENN "WATCH OUT FOR MILI- CENT'S NECK warned Jack Wil- cox as Sam Barnes lowered his bass fiddle through the top of the car. The bass fiddle nicknamed Mil- icent is Sam's new "well built" roommate or at least according to the other three members of the McMurry folksinging group The Windjammers. The group composed of Clark Walter Jerrel Elliott Sam Barnes and Jack Wilcox have been sing- ing together for about three months. Before then...

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