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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1964

February 13. 19B4 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP SPORTS SHOTS By DANNY RICHARDSON BILL MILLER a McMurry graduate moved back into the spotlight Saturday as he claimed liis fourth consecutive crown in the broad jump at the Will Rogers Indoor Track Meet. Miller won the event with a leap of 23-1 Vk. Though the leap is not one of Miller's better ones track Coach Grant Teaff suggest- ed that he not jump again for the pit was made up of six inches of sand over concrete. BILL MILLER One observer noted that almost every jumper fell back at the end of his jump when his feet plowed through the band and slid on the cement floor. Saturday's meet was Miller's second of the season. In the Lubbock Indoor meet a week be- fore Miller leaped 25-1 Vi to take second place behind Olympian and former world record holder Ralph Boston. Boston won the event with a flight of 25-7W. On one jump however Miller scratch- ed only two inches and posted a distance of 2G-2W. Miller has an impressive array of credits. An All-Ameiic...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1964

wr UBRARYW McMURRY CGLLb. ABILENE. TEXAS THE McMURRY COLLEGE f VOLUME 41 ABILENE. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 20. 1964 NO. 17 WUk 1713 Student. Enrollment Exceeds Past Spring Records McMurry felled all past spring enrollment records this semester after registering a total of 1713 students. After twelve days of registra- tion which ended Feb. 8 the col- lege enrolled 1297 on-campus 1 V v fW 'jilW students including 1041 full-time and 256 part-time students. Included in the total figure are also 416 students in McMurry's special Dyess program. This semester's total showed a fat nine per cent increase over last spring's head count of 1563. The on-campus count which was 1193 yast year climbed eight per cent and Dyess' enrollment re- vealed a twelve per cent gain. In the spring of 1963 Dyess' enroll- ment was 370 students. Jerome Vannoy registrar said that the present total figure com- pares favorably with the fall count of 1717. He said that the national average of college en- rollment indicates th...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1964

WAR WHOOP February 20. 1964 Smaze innate LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Pago 2 Clubs Tax Time But Give Ample Editor's Nolo: Smoko Signals is a regular foaturo which at- tempts lo present investigations of tho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in tho future Students and fac- ulty members aro invited to sub- mit material to Robert Dardon. the permanent editor. By LYLE HAMILTON The time has come for those in- terested in becoming a member of a .social chili to decide whether to pledge; and upon deciding to pledge with what club they wish j to become associated. As a club membei I atn natuially prejudic- ed in favor of club membership; howcvoi let us objectively ex- amine .some of the pros and cons involved Frequently leveled against so- cial clubs are the following ac- cusations (1) They arc exclusive rather than inclusive (2) So much time is involved with the pledge program that scholaibhip is foiced into a weak second place and grades drop ac- cordingly. (3) Fir too ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1964

February 20 1964 WAH WHOOP Page 3 Jetton Elected SEA President The McMurry chapter of the Student Education Association elected Mary Lou Jetton presi- dent at their Feb. 11 meeting. Also elected were Joan Shaver first vice-president; Elaine Snow- don second vice-president; Bar- bara Holland secretary; Kathy Lewis treasurer; Pearl Sanders publicity chairman; June Swen- son historian; and Cherry Sue Waldrop social chairman. At the meeting eight represen- tatives were chosen to represent McMurry College at the 17th An- nual Convention of the Texas SEA in Houston Feb. 27-March 1. The voting delegates are Carolyn Aldndge Miss Holland Miss Jet- ton Miss Shaver Miss Snowdon Miss Swcnson Linda Tcaguo and Miss Waldrop. Jennings Flathcrs an executive member of the National Educa- tion Association was guest speaker at the meeting. Ramsey Speaks In Texas Cities The dean of the McMurry fac- ulty Dr. Howard L. Ramsey has been scheduled to speak in several Texas cities this sprine. Dr. Ramsey will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 February 1964

February 20. 1964 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP UP FOR TWO Clayton Brooks (number 23) guard from Abilene shoots for two in Saturday night's game with tho Austin College Kangaroos. Tho six-foot senior meshed six points in the contest. and played a fino floor game. McMurry won that game 94-77 and with tho victory took the lead in the north zone of NAIA District Eight. Tho Indians play Wayland tonight to try to cinch a tie for the zone title. (Staff Photo by David Butler.) SPORTS SHOTS By DANNY MCHARDSON McMurry College returned to full athletic scholarships Inst Tuesday. The move expected in most circles was greeted across the enmpus wath a resounding "Good!" The fact remains however that n great amount of harm has already been done to the athletic progr.im at McMurry especially in track. Last year McMurry's track te.im w.is one of the mo-.t highly regtiuled gioups in small college ciicles The number of transfers lost fiom last year's team is almost unbelievable The field events high jump broad ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1964

.'.? ' i "Wf; r- ..r ' Chanters Present Concert Sing Religious Selections CHECKING ROBES ... in preparation fur the annual Chanter con- cert to be presented Friday night in Radford are Vicki Swiedom and Bill Vaughi. Permanent Collection Adorns Art Gallery In Little Theater The McMurry Chanters will present its annual spring concert of sacred music Friday evening at 7 30 in Radford Auditorium in- stead of the original date of March 1. The 40-voice mixed choir rec- ognised as one of the finest choirs in the Southwest has one aim: to sing praises to the Lord as beau- tifully as He would have these praises sung "For our Lord only our best!" is the motto of the Chanters. Prof. Paul Engclstad formerly director of the Texas Lutheran College Choir and presently direc- tor of the McMurry Chanters stresses detail and his singing collegians strive to meet his high standard of perfection. Says Prof. Engelstad of the Chanters "Our aim is not to sing a new song unto the Lord but a better song." T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1964

February 27. 19B4 Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Smahe. Siynald. LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Orators Frequent Campus Does Anyone Care? Editor's Noto: Smoko Signals is a regular feature which at- tempts to present investigations of tho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in tho future. Students and fac- ulty members aro invited to sub- mit material to Robert Dardcn. tho permanent editor. DID YOU know that NORMAN E FOSTER wns on our campus last semester? If you arc among average college students chances aie you have never heard of the man Dr I'latl's sociology class took a survey to see how many students knew that Mr. Foster was here Among 1.1(1 students polled only 37 33 per cent were awaie that he had been here. M.iny reactions to a question of tho preceding nature would prob- ably be "Who9" "What was he doing on our campus?" "Yes he was one of those old dull lectur- eis who came to talk on some "way out" subject such as can meet together and present science religion or politics...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1964

February 27 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Student Association Appoints Committee For Spring Festival A committee to consider the program for McMurry's new Spring Festival was appointed at an unofficial meeting of the McMurry Student Association Feb. 18. The meeting was not officially called to order nor were the min- utes of the previous meeting read because a quorum was not pres- ent. The Spring Festival which will be similar in scope to McMurry's homecoming has been scheduled for May 15 and 16. On the pro- graming committee arc Fred Gray chairman; Marshall Wil- liamson Suzie Bcnham Sarah Ragle Dickie Clommer. Pat Ginn Clark Walter and Richard Bau- man. Williamson president of the as- sociation suggested at the brief gathering that freshmen vote for their vacant Senate scat March 5 and urged freshmen to run for that office. Mrs. Arvalce Chap- pell dean of women stated that petitions will be due in her office by Monday March 2 at 5.00 p. m. Williamson suggested that the Student Association ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1964

February 27 1964 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP WILY WIZARD Preston Vice a 6-0 Junior guard will lead the Mc- Murry Indians when ihey play Midwestern University Saturday night. Vice loads all Indian scorers. During the last three games he meshed 104 points to avorago 34.7 poinls-a-game for those contests. Vice alio holds the school scoring record of 41 points which he approached last Thursday when ho hit 40 points against Wayland. Pioneers Buffs Tip McMurry That was the week that was. The McMurry Indians on the road Inst week dropped two games. The first loss was to Wayland 71-69. Saturday night the Indians were trounced by the West Texas Buffaloes 100-88. THURSDAY night saw the best performance of the year by guard Preston Vice. The junior guard meshed 15 field goals and 10 free throws for n total of 40 points only one .short of the school rec- ord which he holds. The rest of the Indians how- ever didn't come through with tlic needed support and the game was won in the last few seconds by a H. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1964

LiditAHY Of AfcMURRY COLLEGE IBJIBfi JEMS MAR - 7 1364 Willson Lecture Week Ahead Library Holds Formal Opening Monday Night As on extra highlight of Willson Lecture Week McMurry will formally inaugurate its new Jay- Rollins Library Monday night. The ceremony will begin at G:30 with a ribbon-cutting cere- mony. The public is invited and special guests will include visitors on campus for the Willson Lec- tures. Besides the formal showing McMurry has also planned a special preview demonstration Sunday afternoon from 2 until 5 for librarians school teachers and school administrators of area col- leges and public schools. The following Sunduy Mai. 15 the library will be open to the public on an informal basis for anyone interested in browsing through the new structure. Especially invited are parents visiting McMurry for presenta- tion week. Monday's formal affair will precede a speech given at 8 p. m. in Radford Memorial Auditorium by Dr. John Gross. Dr. Gross is general secretary of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1964

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP March 5. 1964 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS In Offensive Strategy Editor's Nolo: Smoko Signali U a regular fcaturo which at- tempts to present investigations of lho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in tho future. Students and fac- ulty members are invited to sub- mit material to Robert Darden tho permanent editor. By GARTH SIMMS In this world of tension of ad- v nice ind rctrc it of accusation ind dim il of promises and bioktn pi onuses of ciisis follow- ed by i isis wl rcpciltdly lit u I (IV fill COLMSlLIRt faclf ippmiiid fouiMi ilfms (xpots I (I 1(1 U II l( IISKIMS .ll( ( i in III it lll( Lniiiliilliilsl bosses I i ii tli M tin So k t Union VV III (I Slsl liv (Mil (!( Inn 1 i i n ( i i vwuidi ilul i U I s s mi ii bit I ml In 1 i I wli ii Mn inn ( ills in i il docs not usi on i ii i i n In I 1 1 1 Nil M i Klu tislx lu v in By EDNA BYRD War Whoop Editor SO THIS IS COLLEGE . . . Wli il would it ln like In live in tho dot m at MtMuny' This w.is I In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1964

March 5. 1964 WAR WHOOP Paga 3 'Murder' Set March 10 The student production "Mur- der in the Cathedral" Will open for n three night run Tuesday Marcli 10 nt eight o'clock in Aldersgato as part of "Religion in Life Week" and the Spring Will- son Lectures. This play is McMurry's first student production "produced directed designed and technically directed entirely by students" said Gary Moore student direc- tor and Religious Drama Major. Since it is a student production there is no admission charge. When asked what he thought of "Murder in the Cathedral" Moore said "It's a beautiful play and unique." T. S. Elliott the author tells of the turmoils within Thomas Beckett. "The play is a classic in religious drama" said Moore. "It is contemporary yet timeless." "Murder in the Cathedral" El- liott's first full-length dramatic production is written in verse which creates an interesting ef- fect claims Moore. The play is concerned with the temptations of Becket archbishop of Canter- bury bet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1964

March 5 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 4 McMurry Wins NAIA North Zone Title Tribe Tops MU; Wins By 81-79 McMurry cinched the title in the North Zone of NAIA District Eight Saturday night as they slipped past the Midwestern In- dians 111-79 In winning the game the In- dians won the right to play the defending NAIA national cham- pions Pan American for a berth at the NAIA National Tournament at Kansas City Kussc 11 Noll was the real hero of tin g i me though he played only 11 of the 10 minutes Noll ran into foul trouble early in the conic st ind s it out most of the second half but came off the bench in Ihe closing minutes to scou U of tin Tube's last 14 points including two free throws with lit seconds left to make the fin d win m it gin MLMuny won the g imc fiom tin flee- thiow line meshing 31 of 3!l 'Ihc Wiehiti Falls 'lube put Ihiotigh M field gods to 2r by McMuiiy lolin Heniy Young led all seoieis in the game with 32 eounlcis I'uston Vice and Mae Cade tied foi high point honois foi Me Mm ly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1964

LIBRARY Of McMlRW CQUtf fir 4-f -i women s social Liu Honor 102 Pledges At Presentation Ball "Carousel" will be the theme of this year's annual Women's Interclub Council Presentation when 102 women social club pledges are honored at 8 p. m. Saturday in Rad- ford Memorial Auditorium. HpH- P3EBHPv4 BBSf J HzPQfePB! Ej ' mf i mWKmMmm4 HHtVcl kuJ m - i v IPHi9HF ! . wT "BKi B ? vbbbT b1 'PBRw? vF'i" B-C'bJbV bbHb1''1 I bV yvjaf i!gtVai vwM L - t BbBbBbBWBbBbBbBbBbBbBh 'AVfcJ Following the presentation a reception for parents and friends of the pledges will be held in Radford Social Hall. A formal dance in Indian Gym will conclude the activities. CAROUSEL MAKERS (Left to right) Sandra Foreman and Alice Frazer construct the carousel to be used in the annual Women s Interclub Council Presentation which begins at 8 p. m. Saturday in Radford Memorial Auditorium. The theme of the program obviously is "Carousel." THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOLUME 41 ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 12. 1964 NO. 20 - . Becket Kill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1964

WAR WHOOP March 12. 1964 " &m&m - Byrd's Eye View By EDNA BYRD War Whoop Editor Pago 2 I Kiife:j'(NWH PRIZE-WINNER James R. Stowarl (loft) proudly views his mural. "Texas Heritage." which placed first in the art department's mural-designating contest. J. Robert Miller a member of the McMurry art faculty directed the contest. Stewart's painting now hangs in the foyer of the Jay-Rollins Library. Ruby's Trial - - Is Editor's Note; Smoko Signals is n regular fcaturo which at- tempts to present investigations of the current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in lho future. Students and fac- ulty members aro invited to sub- mit material to Robert Dardcn the permanent editor. By DAVID BUTLER Cm Jack Ruby get ;l fan trial in Dallas? Can lie not a fair trial in any city in Texas'' Undui Texas law witnesses cannot serve on a jury which in- vokes the event which they saw All hut one jury member saw Oswald's nun del on television. Melvin Helli lawyer foi Huby at euc.s ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1964

March 12 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Student Association Plans Spring Picnic In a March 3 meeting the Stu- dent Association ditched its plans for a Spring Festival and instead decided on an all-school panic at Abilene State Park May 15. The Spring Festival originally scheduled for May 15 and 1G was given the ax because o the time involved to prepare a pro- gram said Marshall Williamson president of the association. Williamson said that the fes- tival would have been similar in scope to homecoming. The picnic will begin at noon May 15 and will be climaxed by a party that evening; thus the picnic will not interfere with classes. Specific plans concerning the affair will be announced in the future Williamson announced. Scene of Murder (Continued from Page 1) tives of accepting or rejecting the divine right of King Henry II of England to have authority of the church. The spacious chancel of Alders- gate Church makes a realistic set- ting for this moving historical drama that rocked England. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1964

March 12. 1964 Pago 4 WAH WHOOP Broncos Top McM 86-81 ANOTHER YEAH Mac Cade 6-8 center from Hamlin is one rea- son iho Indians aro already looking for a big season next year on lho hardwoods. Cade shown here hitting a jump shot against West Texas State is one of iho most improved basketball players in Texas. Three other starters will be back for the Tribe next year: Preston Vico perhaps the best player in the history of McMurry; talented Russell Noll and Denis Anderson a 6-2 forward. A last minute surge by the McMurry Indians almost succeed- ed in toppling the Pan American Broncos in Thursday nisht's NAIA Zone 8 playoff game. Trailing by as many as 18 points during the first half the Tribe fought its way to only an eight point deficit at the half and cut the final margin to five 86-81. In this season finale the Tribe got off to a slow start and trailed by 18 with 5 minutes left in the half. There however the In- dians began a surge which led them within eight points of the Bioncb at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 March 1964

U N Drr EGATF? Third Ar"usl t dv (lrom tr l ' ird i The V del Un " k I c THE VOLUME 41 McMurry Swells Campus; Adds New Science Center Construction on McMurry s new science building is expected to begin sometime this summer as soon as final plans are com pleted and bids arc secured Dr Gordon Bennett president has announced Committee Agrees On 20 Scholarships McMurry s Scholarship Commit- tee Tuesday afternoon agreed to offer 20 $500 merit scholarships which will be available to fresh men entering next fall thus put- ting into effect a $ 10 000 scholar- ship appropriation set up by the Budget Committee and approved at the March 10 meeting of the Board of Trustees The scholarships which will almost cover full tuition costs each year will be divided as the com- mittee sees fit among seven dis- ciplines which committee mem- bers felt need to be strengthened and in which scholarships pro vided by the college have not been previously offered The depart ments are chemistry biology physics m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 March 1964

Pago 2 WAH WHOOP March 25 19S4 Byrd's Eye View By EDNA BYRD War Whoop Editor MHH P" silk. 1 tHV EASTERNER MEETS WESTERNER Chun Hyo Kim McMurry's newest foreign student presents the college's vice-president W. B. McDanicl with a doll made in her native country Korea. Miss Kim who already has a degree from a Junior college plans to major in biology at McMurry and eventually leach in a Koroan college. She is presently living with the Rev. and Mrs. Ted Vassar 1018 Cypress St. Idealism: Editor's Nolo: Smoko Signals is a regular foaiuro which at- tempts to present investigations of iho current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and in tho future Studonts and fac- ulty mombors aro invited to sub- mit material id Robert Darden tho pormancnt editor. By CARLTON EARP Today wo are confronted with the hatred of the world and not without cause. Communism has brilliantly distorted all our poli- cies to picture America as im- perialistic and war-mongering. But the uncomfortable fact i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 March 1964

March 25 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 S 1 v.- vm J K'dkaaaaW HHHnHBMraraEHPfll I r? s XBllllftBHBlllllllllllllllllllllllllS BlllllllSBlllllllllH HHHHffiwMJVb &? sVbiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiih siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiisH03i?241vfeS W3rHH 11B111111111111111111S MAN THAT'S HARMONY The four members of the Chanter's feature quartet the Indian Airs run Ihrough a rehearsal. From left they are Lyndall Fletcher Richard Stone Danny Bruce and Johnny Edwards. Accompanying the quartet on the piano is Lyndall's wife Ann. Ghatten Qualtet Government Official Speaks On Latin America April 9 Bruce Lancaster a high official of the U. S. State Department has been slated to speak on the McMurry campus Thursday April 0. The State Department represen- tative will talk about the Latin- American situation in an assembly program at 9 that morning. Lancaster the Deputy Director of East Coast Affairs a division of the Bureau of Inter-American Affairs will be brought to McMurry in c...

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