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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 March 1964

March 25. 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 4 Tribe Second at Commerce; Place Fifth at Odessa Meet EAST TEXAS STATE the host i One of McMurry's wins came in school toppled McMurry from the 440-yard relay where Ken- the winners stand in Saturday s nclh Deckard Floyd Swaim Jesse Crawford and Thomas Hyde sped to a 42 8 clocking East Texas Invitational Relays Saturday McMurry the returning champ managed to outpoint Howard Payne for the runner-up spot The only other victory for the Tribe came in the high hurdles Indians Enter T exas Relays Mi Mum Ci Mm s Ihnul id U II M il I 111! II IIIIIU ll I ) 1 1 fl 111) i iii Hi. li is ltd is Apul I 1 1 lii li is Ud.is is ti.idiluin ill Hit I i; i.i si .mil In si inn l in li a ill iw mi; li .mis mil onl fioni ill i ills i the stall hill ti inn ill iiu i llu ii itliin I In II ll I (ll IWS !U(ll ll is i)U( lllllllsl s is 'lixls Slllllhllll I(is Wisliin I. nun Tt ( li Sul Ho I isl 'I i is Slali iikI I'i in ii Vu AM .i i nl siuh out- iil I. ill n .mis is Cii.itnbling...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1964

Indian Band Prepares For Spring Tour Musicians Travel South of Border IHr" - w ill v 9 .k. - WMMm o.i luu. . j OUCH! THAT SMARTS Paul Whiiion. a Cross Plains junior bravely receives his small pox vac- cination required of all McMurry Band Members for their concert tour in Mexico in May. Admin- istering the shot is McMurry nurse Mrs. Ruth Cutting and looking on is Merkel senior Bitsy West secretary of the Band Players Take 'Murder' On Tour to Lubbock The McMuny College PI lycrs will piesent Murder in the Cathedral for St Luke Mctho dist Chuich in Lubbock Sunday at G 30 p m on then annual toui Eliot s classic stoiy of the mui- der of Aiehbishop Thomas Beeket takes a unique view of a martyr and treats Thomas fiom a view within as he wrestles w ith tempta- tions Although based on the ac- U.S. Official Speaks On Latin America Mr Bruce Lancaster chapel speaker in this morning s assemb- ly spoke on the topic of Latin American relations Mr Lancaster is currently the Deputy Director East Coa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1964

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP April 9 1964 xKSjl By EDNA BYRD War Whoop Editor DON'T LOOK NOW BUT YOUR LEGS ARE SHOW- ING! If a person wants to show off his legs he should jour- ney to Galveston for splash days or make a trip to Ft. Lauderdale Florida. The library and the cafeteria arc not the proper places for bermuda shorts. These buildings are just as public as Cooke or Maegcden because guests are almost always visiting the library. BOYS ARE ALLOWED to study in the library and to cat in the cafeteria in their bermuda shorts. Gifls agree (that the least that a boy can do is clean up before he comes to the cafeteria to eat some boys dash in right after they've been working'on their cars' running around the track field or wot king out for football. After all we have to look at the hairy mess and besides the boys look just as indecent in beimuda shorts as girls do in them. ALTHOUGH THE LIBRARY IS NOT THE PROPER PLACE for girls or boys to wear shorts this question still comes to my mind. Why can b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1964

April 9 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 "HOOT! HOOT! I'm a Kiva Bird!" shouls Perry Anderson a fresh- man from Kcrmit. Perry and other Kiva pledges went through their ordeals Mar. 25. Pledges Present Programs Social Clubs Host Banquets Picnics Five clubs took the reins of McMurry's social life last week- end as they hosted picnics and banquets around Abilene Friday and Saturday. IHR Friday night IHR men's social club entertained its members and dates under a "South Pacific" theme at the Tradewinds Res- taurant. At the affair Karen Porterfield was elected IHR sweetheart and a skit was presented by club pledges Rayford Williams Eddie Leach Ronnie Null and Dan Givens. XO That same evening seventy XO members and their dates dined luau fashion at Lytic Shores and later joined together in a sing- song. GAMMA SIGMA "Rustle of Spring" was the theme Saturday night when Gam- ma Sigma women's club hosted its 27th annual spring banquet in the Paradise Room at the Sands Motel. McMurry College Please measu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1964

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

Band Obtains Tourist Visas Members of McMurry's Indian Band ore in the midst of prepara- tions for their upcoming trip to Mexico which begins May 1 as they complete Government re- quirements for the border cross- ing. The 52 members planning to make the trip were to have re ceived this week their tourist cards which are permits to go into the country for a period of no more than six months. The' cards were issued to the Band by the Mexican Bureau of Tourists in San Antonio. Dr. Raymond Bynum director of the Band said that the cards formerly issued at three dollars apiece are now given free in an effort to induce more American tourists into Mexico. Tako Smallpox Shots Members have already received their smallpox vaccinations also rcquued and some members Bynum said arc taking typhoid shots although these vaccinations arc not compulsory Bynum said that nearly every Band member is making some at- tempt either to brush up on or to learn conversational Spanish. The director has urged eve...

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

Pngo 2 WAR WHOOP April IE 1964 of Loss of Editor's Nolo: Smoko Signals is a regular feature which at- iompts 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. By THUETT AUSTIN A pmmincnt Wisconsin Senator wis icccntly quoted .is saying if till" contioviisi.il 'Civil Rights of 1V became I iw ' then the fidiiil government would be hiimltd moie sweeping powti th in li.is i mi bem givm it by i ingle law in tin lustoiy of the I'mtcd St ills Passed by House lull w.is p-issid by the House of Rcp- i e s e n t .1 1 m T e b i u uy 10 14 nnd seems on the verge of being passed by the Senate 'I he o b j e c- livcs of this bill sue ici t ainly worthwhile but we should ask ourselves if as much will be ginned by it as will be lost Such a bill would be just one more step in the direction of government control and loss of fi icdom by Amu nan...

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

April 16 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 31 Tutoring Needed? Students Give Pros and Cons: Depends on Who's Teaching By BRENDA GLENN "Help! I'm failing!" comes the cry of many students who arc struggling through college. Where can they go for help? Some Mc- Murry students believe that a tu- toring service should bo provided for those who need help; there are others who fuel it is unneces- sary. Several students were asked if they thought McMurry should have a tutoring service and if so should it be free or paid. Also they suggested who might do the tutoring. GARY CRUM Darrouzett soph- omore jokingly said "It depends on who is tutoring." Then more seriously he added that if the service were provided he would use it. He felt that students who wanted to tutor should turn their names in to the proper authori- ties. This way those who needed help would know where they could get it. Albuquerque N. M. freshman WILLOLEE BLAKE stated that she feels a tutoring service would be good. She too thought a list...

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

April 16. 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 4 Tribe Places Third At Brownwood Meet McMurry's Indians gave their strongest performance of the year but the Tribe wasn't strong enough to overcome East Texas and Arlington State and had to settle for third in the Drownwood Invitational Track and Field meet Saturday. The Lions ran a 41.7 in edging McMutry by one yard in the 440 relay. The Indians ran to a 41.8 clocking their best time of the season. Jimmy Ilogers placed in two events grabbing a third spot in the mile uin and fifth in the two- mile race. Ficddio Walker managed fifth in the 440-yard dash. Jesse Crawford and Kenneth Dci-lcnid finished in a tic for third in the hunched which was run in heats The other runners in the tie for thud were Jack Miller and Hon I'lyloi of Arlington State and Robeil Melton of East Texas State SPORTS SHOTS By DANNY RICHARDSON McMurry College will own at least a shaie of the cover story of Spoils Illustrated this week. The Texas Tiack Club certainly the best girls' t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1964

I'i'm Liit. Dr. Bennett Attends General Conference Of Methodist Church NEW OFFICERS McMurry College's new student association loaders for 1964-65. elected recently are Vro.mJ?. ' RI?hard Drum vice-president; Suzio Benham secretary: Dickie Clemmer. president; and Jack Wilcox head cheerleader. THE VOLUME 41 Recital Features Vocalists Striebel Brown Bynum to Sing Tuesday in Radford Three advanced students of Dr.. Richard C. von Ende chan man of McMurry's Division of Fine Arts will present a vocal recital Tuesday night in Radford Audi- torium. The recital beginning at 8 p. m I will featuie Karen Striebel of' Abilene Barbara Bi own of Brownfield and Molhe Bynum of ' Cailsbad N. M From the Romantic Peiiod Miss Striebel will sing thiee Schubert1"!'"" """"'"- "' '"'"' " Mozart. St. James Slates Old Fashioned Fair An evening of old-fashioned en- tertainment has been slated for Indian Gym May 1 when the men of St. James Methodist Church host a church-raising country fair. The affair will be c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1964

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP April 23. 1964 Age of Kennedy Marks Era of Youth and Irony Editor's Nolo: Smoko Signals is a regular foaiure which at-1 tempts to present investigations of the current vital topics which so profoundly affect us today and I in the future. Students and fac- ulty membors are invited to sub- mit matorial to Robert Darden. lho permanont oditor. By JOY AMMONS HOOPER The lectures of Arthur Schles- inger Jr made at the University of Texas for a projected history course to bo given on closed cir- cuit television were on the sub- ject of (1) "The Ago of Jackson" (2) "The Age of Roosevelt" and (3) "Tin' Age of Ki-nni'dy" The mx hour coui.se will be offered next winter and will consist of lectures by noted lustoiians The nuthoi's interest m the penod beg.in with lus inteiest in Oiesli's llionson Iiionson wiote of the 'war' between the rich and the pool eight yeais before Marx lie as well as othei Easterner t Midi as Whitman icvealed an in- teiest in J.icksoiuan democracy convin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1964

April 23. 19S4 WAH WHOOP Page 3 For Constitution Senate Council Approve Four New Amendments Four now amendments to Mc- Murry College's constitution have been approved by the Student Association and are now ready for the final vote of the student body in the near future. Another amendment which provides the groundwork for the eligibility and nomination of Reservation Princess and Chief Bishop Appointed To English Council Dr. Selma Bishop a McMurry College English professor has been appointed as one of the 22 judges in Texas for the National Council Teachers of English merit scholarship competition. Judges for the competition evaluate the work done by Texas high school students in a scries of writing events. The top 17 or 18 students in the contests are recommended by the National Council of English teachers for scholarships in college. Dr. Bishop has also recently served as judge for Ready Writ- ing Events for high schools in Sweetwater and Stamford and for the Veteran of Foreign War...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1964

WAR WHOOP April 23. 1964 McMur ry Hosts Meet; H-SU. HPC to Attend Pago 4 McMurry's Indians will host Hardin-Simmons and Howard Payne in a trjangular meet this Saturday at Indian Stadium McMurry will be the favorite in Saturday's meet on the basis of their strong showing lust Sat- urday in a mctt with East Texas State The Tribe finished ten points behind the powerful Lions 70-GG The field events will begin at 5pm with the running events at G Bill Miller an cx-McMurry tiack star and the holder of the stadium record of 25-534 will be a special attraction in the broad jump Though Miller will be jumping with the college competi- tors he will not be counted in the points totals Several stadium records will be within striking range and two record holders will be back to try to improve on their marks in Sat- urday's meet Miller has a best leap this year of 25- KPi The other record holder Hobert Young of Howard Payne stands as a threat to wipe out Ins own stadium record in the shotput Ihc re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1964

Three Publications Win Second in TIPA Totem Galleon War Whoop Score 32 Points McMurry College's three stu- dent publications together posted 32 points to take second place honors in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association competition this year. At the Saturday night awards banquet of the fifty-second an- nual TIPA convention held at Texas Wesleyan College in Fort Worth the War Whoop and Totem each picked up Division II second-place awards in the newspa- per and yearbook categories while the Galleon was second in magazines. McMurry also received five in- dividual awards. David Montgomery associate editor of the War Whoop and an Abilene sophomore was first place in the news story division and Garth Simms a sophomore from Artcsia N. M. won second in editorials. THE VOLUME 41 Band Leaves Friday Noon For Spring Concert Tour McMurry's 52-piece Indian Band will head for Mexico at noon to- morrow embarking on a nine-day 2500-mile trip designed to spread both good will and concert music thro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1964

April 30 19b-. Pago 2 WAR WHOOP moze Sinald. LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Johnson's Running Mate Should Be A Young Liberal By HOBEHT DAHDEN When asked whom Lyndon B. Johnson would select for a run- ning mate former President Harry S. Truman commented "Why don't you ask him (John- son)?" This is the question everybody is asking; some people arc pre- dicting but it seems that only the President from Texas has the answer. One morning at a meeting with the Demo cratic congressional leaders John- son suddenly pointed at Pierre Salinger lus rotund news secre- tary. "Doosn'l Pierro look liko a Vico President?" he inquired. By EDNA BYHD War Whoop Editor NO JOURNALISM DEPARTMENT BUT THE PUB- LICATIONS STAFFS DID IT ANYWAY. The Big three the Galleon the Totem and the War Whoop placed second at the TIPA convention. Eleven in all counting the two sponsors Dr. Selma Bishop and Lee White hit the road at noon last Friday for Fort Worth to attend a press convention for colleges all over Texas. The group al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1964

April 30 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Out of Shape But Not for long Twenty Learn School Yells At Cheerleading Practice By BRENDA GLENN "We're the champsl We're the Ch-am . . ." ring the voices of over twenty McMurry students as they work out for cheerleaders. Five of these will make it. Jack Wilcox newly selected head cheerleader began work last week with students who wanted to try out for next year's cheerleaders. Aided by the pres- ent yell leaders he gives in- dividual as well as group instruction. Those trying out will learn about six or eight yells before going before judges the latter part of next week. The panel of judges will include Ken Strawn head cheerleader this year; Jack; the head cheerleader from either Abilene Christian College or Har-din-Simmons or both; and a faculty member. After the group does two yells together the judges will call for individual groups. Judging will be based on ability talent and school spirit. When the five other cheer- leaders arc chosen they will w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1964

Page 4 WAR WHOOP April 30 1964 McMurry Wins Tri-Meet McMurry College received its first victor's trophy of the year at Saturday's triangular meet. Hardin-Slmmons and Howard Payne finished second and third respectively with 43 and 34Vi points. The Tribal points total was COW. Thomas Hyde started things rolling with a second in the pole vault. Dawcll Cnswell added second place points in the javelin with a throw of 1G9-7. Jesse Crawford and Kenneth Deckard teamed up to take the first two plates in the broad jump. In the 440-yard relay the Tribe was disqualified nt the first ex- change when Crawford pulled up lame and was unable to complete the linndoff to Deckard Hardin- Simmons won the event with a time of 43 1. Mac Cade. McMurry's center on the basketball squad left his basketball in the Gym and high jumped 5-fl to take second place. Deckard tied for third in the high jump with a leap of 5-8 also Second place was decided on the basis of fewer misses. At the end of the field events Mc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1964

"EASY BOY" McMurry's three newly elecied class heads try something out of the line of student government in testing their equestrian skills. From left the horsemen-politicians are Robert Dardcn junior prexy; Pat Glnn senior leader; and Clark Walter sophomore president. THE VOLUME 41 Student All-School Picnic A committee of the McMurry Student Association has planned more than five hours of outdoor frolic for the association's all- school picnic May 15 at the Abilene State Park. 'Kantan' Set May 16 Three One-Act Plays On Theater Schedule McMurry will be overflowing with an abundance of one-act plays next week as the directing class of Jim Baines assistant pro- fessor of speech presents its sem- ester projects. Gary Moore directs Abraham and Isaac Sunday for the even- ing service at Aldersgate. The cast consists of junior high school students from Madison and Jeffer- son. Paul McClendon a 9th grader at Madison portrays Abraham; T. A. Duke a 7th grader at Madi- son is Isaac; and Sarah ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1964

WAR WHOOP May 7 1964 Two Parties This Weekend LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Page 2 Social Clubs Host Spring Parties; Organizations Elect Officers As the sprmfi si mi stir draws to .i close sou il dubs .lie hosting 1) inciuc ts and pitnus while or- ganizations aie selecting officers foi the l!)fil-()r) tcim Kn.i and Chi Omicron men's soci.d clubs arc making last min- ute prcpaiations for their spring piinns to be held Satuiday evening TIP Danquct TIP woini n's social club pic- sinted an t veiling in Neptune's l'aiadise .it its .iniui il spung bnn- iltiil Satuiday at the YMCA Among the 111) minibus guests ind plidLis wuo Mis Huhaia bw.ii'iitj and Di incl Mis Wil- li mi A Milk i Delta Beta Picnic Wonu u of Delta Hell I'psilon those Lowaki foi then aunu d spiing piinu Iiidij AppioM- ni itily lit) minibus and quests at- tmdid the i vent with s)cei d guisU intluding Di and Mis S li 1 hoinpson and Hev and Mis Hut Afflick Alpha Chi Elects Officers Miithi Ann Dust k Ins lieiu (kited piisiduit of Alph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1964

May 7. 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Retired McMurry Professors Jennie Clarie Tate Relax With Tile Work Painting By BRENDA GLENN In a cozy homo on the north side of town live two lively ladies both former teachers at McMurry who are now doing the things they enjoy most. They ate Misses Jennie and Clarie Tale. Miss Jennie Tate retired math professor completed her teaching last year after 47 years 40 of which had been at McMurry. She began teaching at McMuiry the year it was founded 1923. Before then she had taught four years in Abilene schools and three years in rural schools. Miss Clarie Tate was art in- stiuctor here in 1928 and 1955- 1957. For eight years she did commercial ail woik in New York where she had done some study before; then she taught at ACC and Stamford and had classes at the YMCA and the YWCA. Now she takes a few pnvate pupils. Every summer for the past six Accelerated Courses Offered in Summer Speed will accent McMurry College's summer session which begins with registratio...

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