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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1964

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP May 7. 1964 PPPPJPPPJPJlfe " '"Mm&fU JtifiT i Sill PPPPJRflNPJPJBP jk jHhe Cl if PPPPPPJ f s'sS '4M& Mti:ut;ii PPPPMPPM .avw itAy : ? w P val1 "iij r PPM P sPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPJ Tribe Enters TSC Meet MUCH OF THE HOPES of McMurry's loam this Friday depends on David Bonds. Bonds has been tabbed to fill in for ailing sprinter Jesse Crawford in the 440-yard relay in addition to running both hurdles races and anchoring the mile relay team. At the beginning of the season Bonds was named captain by his teammates. McMurry College's Indians will travel to Stephenville Friday to compete in what was originally scheduled to be the Texas Athletic Conference Track Meet. Since the Conference is now defunct the name of the meet has been changed to the Tarleton Invitational. The meet will be made up of the teams who were members of the old conference Midwestern Tarleton Hardin-Simmons and McMuny. Of the four McMurry is a slight choice ovci Tarleton to take the meet title. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1964

Theatre Features 'Kantan' Japanese Noh Play 'The Boor' Saturday GEISHA GIRLS AT McMURRY? These girls cled in oriental out- fits are cast members of the modern Japanese Noh play being presented by the McMurry drama department in the Little Theater. From left they are Gay Ann White Cheslen McGloihlin and Norma Hughes. Three student-directed one-act plays have been scheduled by the McMurry drama department for Friday and Saturday. Sqturday in the McMurry Little Theater Kantan a modern Japan- ese Noh play directed by Bobby Joyce Smith will get underway at 8:15 followed after a 20-min-ute intermission by The Boor a humorous sketch spoofing Vic- torian times. James Self directs the comedy. Friday at 0 p. in. Edna St. Vin- cent Millay's Aria Da Capo direct- by junior McMurry drama major Alex Foy will be itaged at the First Methodist Fellowship Hall by the church's senior high de- partment. Admission is 50c. The earliest form of Kantan is the "F:llow Tale" of the Chinese writer Li Pi who li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1964

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP May 14 1964 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Wallace Trys To Destroy Liberal Ideal In America riasBMSSai 'fWAU taKAPES MU6' For 1964-65 School Year Organizations Elect Officers Social clubs and several organ- isations have selected their le.id- eis foi the 1004-0rj teims Patterson Elected President Alpha Psi Alpha women's so- cial club will install Bobctto Pat- terson as piesident tonight in the home of Di and Mrs George Stcinmmi Also to be installed aie Norma Hughes ice - president Edith Gandre secretary Laurel Dob- bins tieasurer Cecciba Grimes intiamural representative Gene Mock rcpoiter-histonan and Wanda Tin net ch.ipliiiu Janet Mooie will be installing officer and is the only graduating senioi of Alpha Psi Alpha Mrs Fiank Hodges is sponsor of the club which changed its name to Alpha Psi Alpha and its colors to white and gold this ear Dolta Beta Solecis Lcadors Selected to head Delta Dcta for 1904 ()5 is Joan Shaver as pre- siding officer Other girls who will lead the club...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1964

May 14 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Band Recalls Mexican Excursion "Hasta lucgo amigos'" ccnocs the faieurll ny of thi Indian Band membeis as they leeall their departuie from Mexico and their newly found friends. For ten days the Band and its sponsors wcie kept continuously busy with moving from town to town playing concerts morning and night sight -seeing and souvenir shopping spending some days in sweltering hot weather and trying to keep everyone peiky on the tour of the southern neighbor. The McMurry ambassadois of good-will arrived in Monterrey Saturday after leaving Abilene at noon Fiiduy and played their first conceit that night at the Monterrey Fountain. Hall Makes TV Debut Sunday morning they gave their only religious program of the tour at Ia Trinidad Methodist Church On the band's 30-min-ute TV appearance that after- noon Jorella Hall making hei Mexican television debut was at a loss for words. When the m.is- ter of ceremonies asked her to stand and say a few words to the audien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1964

WAH WHOOP May 14. 1964 Pago 4 McMurry Enters Lone Star Loop ONE OF THE BEST Ono of lho best distance prospects for next year's team is Jimmy Rogers a freshman from Throckmorton. At last Friday's Tarloton meet Rogers was among the top contenders for lho high point man with eleven points. Rogers took second in the 880-yard run second in lho mile run and won lho two-milo run. McMurry will havo throo returning middle-distanco runners next year. Larry Thorn Rogers and Bobby Lanham. Tribe Repeats As Independent Champs Despite n Catherine of only two points during the first five field events the McMurry Indians l oar- ed b.ick to win the title in the Independent College Track and Field Meet. JWoc Cnde picked up those two points for n third in the high jump with n leap of 5-10 Kenneth Deckaid picked up the other field events points with n win in the brond jump Deckard's winnini: leap was 21-5 ai. McMuiry running n 440-yard relay te.un composed of Deckard Floyd Swaun David Bonds and Thomas H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 May 1964

126 Seniors to Graduate June 1 IT FITS PERFECTLY Jim Uselton. McMurry senior checks out lhe fit on his cap and gown in eager anticipation of graduation June 1. Helping him is Barbara Brown also a senior. Board of Trustees Member Crawford to Deliver McM Baccalaureate Dr J Howard Crawford a leader in the Methodist Church and a member of the Board of Trustees of McMurry will deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the 19G4 spring graduates on May 31 DR. J. HOWARD CRAWFORD . . . Baccalaureate speaker McMurry To Enroll About 500 on-campus students are expected to register for the first term of McMurry College's 41st annual summer session June 1 Registration gets underway in the Maedgen Building at 1 p m following the college's spring commencement exercises that morning Jerome Vannoy registrar said that the expected enrollment will approximate last summer's first term attendance of 524 students and added that summer enroll- ment has shown no significant in- crease throughout the past three se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 May 1964

WAR WHOOP May 21. 1964 Pago 2 By EDNA BYRD War Whoop Editor AN ELEPHANT NEVER FORGETS ... so the saying goes but it's too bad that people just aren't designed with the same memory apparatus as elephants. Several people on this campus tend to prove that the myth about the absent-minded professor is true. Dr. Slaatte went to his 1 o'clock TT class and found no students there. (He forgot that it was Monday.) Then one winter several years ago in the north he was riding the bus to school when he became warm and uncomfortable. Deciding to remove his overcoat he unbuttoned it and found the coat hanger still inside. NOT ONLY PROFESSORS ... are absent-minded because senior Jim Uselton completely forgot to fill up the car with gas one night The next day the car ran out of gas on the way to (.lunch David Montgomery forgot to put a spare in the tituik of his cai and had a flat tne. SPEAKING OF DOORS . . What's behind that green (loot doesn't lax the cuiiosity as much as what was behind one of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 May 1964

WAR WHOOP Page 3 For Summer May 21. 1964 Students Schedule Various Activities By BRENDA GLENN Lounging in the sun working to get "spending" money going to school or traveling over the world what are your plans for the summer? Sieve Mitiolstei is leaving for a few days at the World's Fair before going on to Belgium to work in a hotel A French major Steve applied to the American Student Information Service in Luxembourg for a scholarship He is going abroad so that he can learn to use the French language Another student who plans to enjoy a few weeks of pleasure inal Exam Schedule I MONDAY. MAY 25 8 MWF 0-12 a m 9 MWF 2 5pm TUESDAY. MAY 26 8 TT 9-12 a m 10 30 TT 2-5 p m WEDNESDAY MAY 27 10 MWF 9-12 a m 11 MWF 2-5 p m THURSDAY. MAY 28 1 TT 9-12 a m 1 MWF 2-5 p m 12 TT 9-12 a m 12 MWF 2-5 p m FRIDAY MAY 29 2 MWH 9-12 a m 2 30 TT 2-5 p m traveling is Clark Walter. Clark is flying to Hawaii with his par- ents as a gift from his grand father. They will be there about one week before spendin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 May 1964

J V May 21. 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 4 WHOA! Kenneth Dcckard of lhe Maroons (number 23) is shown as ho wraps up William Griisom (number 30) for a short gain in Satur- day'! qamo-condilion icrimmege. The Whiles won iho game 28-15. Grissom carried 18 times for 151 yards lo lead all rushers in lhe game. The scrimmage ended lhe spring grid drills at McMurry. SPORTS SHOTS By DANNY RICHARDSON FOOTBALL dulls are over The athletes dr.m a deep sigh of re- lic f and pioeeed to break training .is soon and thoi (Highly as pos- sible Some of the moments of the dulls .no still with us Call Claik a freshman guard fiom I'ampi hud one of the most anuising oeeiiiienees happen to him Not that it sould be funny if it happened to one of us but its the kind of thing one alwnjs hem s about An football player knows that if he- is miming in fiont of a back and (Icxsn't get out of the way the baek will run oei him Call was i mining a trap play and fell light while the limning baek Gino Mini ell was supposed to se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1964

McMurry Begins Forty-Second Year StudentAssn. Hosts Dance September 11 "Friday n i g h t the Student Association will sponsor a casual dance in the Radford Social Hall at 7:30 p. m. for all students" announced Dickie Clemmcr pres- ident of the association As part of the evening's activi- ties the cafeteria will serve ranch style barbecue at 5 p m in the parking lot in finnt of Indian Gym. The cheerleaders will hold a pep rally at G 30 p. m. after the barbecue. Sandra Hcndnck chairman of the dance committee said that the dance is a casual affair in honor of the freshmen or slimes. She also reminded everyone that dates are not required for admittance and that students may come and go as they please. Music for the dance will be pro- vided by the Scotty Four a Negro group playing popular music. Other officers on the Student Council are Richard Drum An- son vice president; and Susan Gayle Williamson of Abilene secretary. Ginn Darden Walter Head Three Classes Leading the three upper class...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1964

Pago 2 WAH WHOOP Friday September 11 1964 ByEDNABYnD Hfl' '" MMKKKL H Wh- iIhPHh War Whoop Editor HPlt - P"? ; "wSgPjjH ' rHPf' for the;' MiSwr H FOR FRESHMEN iH" AH& . . ' RaKR? 1 If you can keep your green frosh beanie While those about you arc losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can learn the Slime So-lo from memory And recite it when an uppcrclassman asks you to; If you can have your beanie stolen And hidden in some obscure place But still wear the paper sack with honor And not let the loss bring you disgrace; If you can brave that deadly chapel hour When the head cheerleader calls your name And not let the upperclassmen's teasing turn you sour; And in spite of all the jeering be the same If you can walk forth to claim your cap And chase it up the aisle and then back down; And if that beanie is bleached and flat Still hold high your head and stand your ground; If you can slime yet not let sliming be your master And learn the alma mater and button up toe If you can ke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1964

Friday September 11. 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Five Upperclassmen Edit Award Winning Publications Five upperclassmen will edit McMurry's three student publica- tions which placed second in the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation contest last year. The Galleon and the Totem will be managed by co-editors while Edna Byrd Abilene junior will return as editor of the War Whoop the weekly newspaper.. Working as co-editors of the Gal- leon the literary magazine are Karen Stncbel and Gene Rister of Abilene. Heading the staff of the Totem the yearbook are two Lovington New Mexico and Marilyn Jones of Plains. Assistant editor of the Galleon is Mary Martin Abilene junior. Marsha Lewis of Hartford Conn. is serving as business manager and Dr. Selma Bishop English professor is the faculty advisor. Managing the business for the annual is Marcile Reese of Abi- lene while Mrs. Billic Powers assistant director of public rela- tions is the advisor. Richard Bauman Odessa soph- omore is managing editor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1964

Friday. September 11 1964 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP LB M McMurry Opens With San Angelo College MrSp- IN THIS CORNER Tailback Kenneth Deckard appears as if he's about to square oif in a boxinq match but is actually liflinq his arms to breath easier after a practice session last week. Deckard will start aqainst San Anqelo College. MIGHT PRACTICE McMurry's football players went through vigorous workouts all last week and this week in oreparaiion for Saturday niaht's gamo against San Angelo. Quarterback Stanley Austin completes a smooth handoff to fullback Bill Grissom in a night workout last week. Home opener for McMurry is Oct. 3 against Abilene Christian. Tribe Launches New Sports Era A new era for athletics at Mc- Murry College begins this year with McMurry competing this spring for the first time as a member of the Lone Star Confer- ence in the spnng sports The Tribe will be battling for the LSC title in basketball the IDG1) 00 season and in football the 106G season MeMurrj will lake on lli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1964

Freshmen Elections Underway Thursday Ml """'" W 9QP MvMI v $ JMMU .H SLIMES ON THE MIDWAY The West Texas Fair provides excitement for Lana Lenker and Dick Sigler both Abilene freshmen as they enjoy a ride on the ferris wheel. Saturday will be college student day at the fair with possible free oasses for all college students. ' THE ABILENE. Construction Postponed On New Science Center Construction on McMurry's new science building has been delnyed for several reasons Dr. Gordon Bennett president to the college announced Saturday. Some of the factors delaying construction are 1. Congress has not yet appropriated funds to sup- port the Federal Aid to Educa- tion Program which was passed earlier this year. The college meets all the requirements for this program; yet it cannot apply for the grant until Congress ap- propriates money for the program. 2. Collection of pledges and bequests made to United Capitol Funds cannot be made because the pledges were voluntarily made for a five or six...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1964

WAR WHOOP Thursday September 17 1964 Page 2 HETURNING FROM EMORY Theological Seminary Reverend Jim Pickeni lilt in hii home Boyce Hall talking wiih siudenli intereiied in hU guidance. Religion Department Adds Five to Staff With four new professors and one returning the staff of the re- ligion department lias been boost- ed to nine. Included in the department of ichgion are courses on the Bible the chinch prophets marriage and f.imily. history of Methodism and Jesus. Dr Gcoige J. Steinman head of the (Icpnitmunt since 1941! is president of the National Associa- tion of Biblical Instructors. He received his A.B. degree from Southwestern University his B.D. degree fiom SMU and his S.T B degree from Yale; he was the fust honor graduate at each of those from 1041 to 1!)4G he was dean of Westminster College. ltetuining to McMurry this year is the Hev. Jim T. Pickens director of religious life and min- ister to the college. He received Ins B.A. degree from McMurry and his B.U. from Perkins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1964

Thursday September 17 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 ff tU BTaTaTaTaTA . h 4?'!SLflflLTaTaTaTaTr . .JaMMj tjp$ LTOBRZ&W MAINTENANCE MEN? well not quite. Ko Sari social club helps the maintenance department to weed the rose beds since main- tenance men havo been too busy remodeling Old Main to keep up the beds. Hoeing at the underbrush of weeds are Charlie Wiggins in the foreground and Bob Uselton in the background. Diakonia to Sponsor Garden Party Friday Diakonia will present a garden party for all girls and their dates who are interested in joining this Christian organization Friday night at 7:15 p. m. Dr. and Mrs. George Stein- man will host the party in their back yard at 2241 South Thir- teenth. Linda Gilliam president said that this party is for girls who are interested in Christian activi- ties. The Diakonia organization is made up of young ladies on the campus planning to enter any phase of Christian work. Entertainment will be party games and group participation ac- tivities. Pun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1964

Thursday. September 17. 1964 Page 4 FROM EDT0R DISCUSSES THE SPORTS POLICIES FIELDHOUSE highlights games By KERRY ARMSTRONG WAR WHOOP From The Fieldhousc will be a weekly fcsiture of the sports de- partment of the McMurry College War Whoop. As the new sports editor I think that now would be a good time to review the sports policies concerning the make-up of the page. First of nil the sports column will be devoted to the major sport of the season i. c. football in football season basketball in basketball .season. This is unlike most college and university sports columns in the respect that they generally deal with the complete cross-section of minor sports. Secondly unlike most student papers the page will deal with as much of a variety of sports as it can handle such as intramural sports women's and men's phy- sical education classes golf ten- nis etc. through its news stories. Finally the entire page with the possible exception of the sports column will be reported in an entirely u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1964

Cast Set For Shakespearean Mr. Jim Baines drama instruc- tor announced that the forth- coming production of Much Ado About Nothing has been cast and rehearsals have started. "Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare's most popu THE VOL. 42 ABILENE English Department Adds Barbara Bruns to Staff "Miss Bruns I'll talk to you at 6:15 in the morning." This greet- ing came to Miss Barbara Bruns newest member of the English Department from Dr. Lloyd Huff head of the department who is known around campus for keep- ing such early hours. McMurry opened the fall semes- ter offering the largest number of English courses it has ever had. With the addition of Miss Bruns to the staff the total number of instructors in the department was brought to nine. MISS BRUNS has spent the past three years at the Univer- sity of Nebraska graduate school under a National Defense Fellow- ship. There she got her M. A. de- gree. Before that she was at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma Washington where she...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1964

Thursday September 24 1964 Page 2 WAR WHOOP LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS filiiiiSliSisB T-k.cl "PeRrtAPfi DPMI. nMiVnW7 aaocC A0rftt9 pamiits SHOUU7 BE TEACHIN& 8:00 O'CLOCK CLASSES'' Wah Wahtaysee Tea Slated for Thursday Wah-Wahtajsce women's sciv- lee oiganialion will lnivo its un- mi.il tt.i fur sophomore junior .mil senior women Thursday from 1 00 to r 10 in the Mai tin Dormi- toij Lounge 'All women students in these elissis with .i guide point avcr- .ij o of II! .ind who h.ue been' .it MeMuiiy foi one semester hue leecived an imitation to the ' It .1 st.lled pusident Suzie Wheat 1 hi funetion will serve to ac- (I i it i it the quests with the oi- 1 mi iliim ind its seiiee piojcets and to mi in v. meiuheis Otlui uffieiis of the gtoup aie Susie Mi uh mi Willi imson vice pii kIl nt Chenj Sue Waldiop sunt u 1! uh ii a Holland lieas- ui i Dunn i Mooie lusloiian K it In I i wis sung U ulii Louisa lluiin ot list 1 (In i Bvul u- I ulii mil Mis Uiehuid C von I ink si iis as sponsoi Mi Miliu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1964

Thuriday September 24 1964 WAH WHOOP Pago 3 -For Homecoming Student Association Picks Committees Ei- '"'BBBBBBBBBn B ! to U is 1 fir kH -. j fTHf f ? H Ira 1SB tB r r 'is r BBBBnV BVBBBBBBBBB BB BBb-$ iBBBBBBBBBBBBB m If 1 1 ; Fit V ' Iw MWBBByJ& iSmm W- t sB Li M. Br wBBBBk. BBBB BB BflF BBkBBW tMMW SBBB1 "Mi'M ?4 H IB BBBliBW IflBBBirr 'BB1 i&iW sK ..ffiJBJl; wBBBBVBBBbBBBBBBBV il BB BVBVBVBbaK; .BBBa 7 7?y WL &$ ttUW eBBMBMBMBMBMff 1 B BbBBBBBI PBbS HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY Vacationing in Hawaii this summer were Clark Walter. Nancy Wilson and Dorothy Medly The two co-eds attended the University of Hawaii while Clark visited the island paradise with his parents. Beachcomber Trio Bake Surf Under Hawaiian Sun By BRENDA GLENN Hawaii an island paradise whore the warm water laps the sun-baked sand of the beaches and palm trees sway in the tropi- cal breezes. However these are not the only points about Hawaii that Nancy Wilson Dorothy Medley and Clark Walter noted During the summci ...

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