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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1964

WAR WHOOP Thursday Seplember 24 1964 '64 Intramural Season Opens With Mens Flag Football Page 4 The 64-65 men's intramural sports program got under way Tuesday September 22 at Mc- Murry College. Flag football is the first slated intramural com- petition of the season. Each week for four weeks the various men's clubs on campus including the Freshman Dirty Shirts Ko Sari XO HEI Kiva and IHR will battle it out twice n week at Indian Stadium thus opening the season in football. The program is built around two divisions team spoits and in- dividual sports. Flag football volleyball basketball and track will comprise the team sports. While bowling tennis handball and horseshoes will make up the individual sports. In flag football each team con FROM THE By KERRY ARMSTRONG It seems this week that I must start off with a few apologies and collections for mistakes that ap pealed in last week's issue of the War Whoop on the sports page Thiough .some mix-up here in the ipoits office home towns o...

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

SSSSflBEsMf: Jhs it 'jHSKLbfbbSSIbSk : Chief McMurry Reservation Princess Seven Upperclassmen Vie For Homecoming Honors PUSH THAT PENNY. SLIMEI Jim Beardon freshman class presi- dent commands upperclassman Dickie Clemmer Student Associa- tion president to perform slime duties on Turn-about Day Wednesday. Election of Chief McMurry and Reservation Princess is pro- cessing in Radford and Cooke B Hidings with four coeds seek- ing Reservation Pnncess and .hree braves arc vying for Chief McMuriy. Suzie Wheat Lubbock; Suzio Applctcn Doming N. M.; Julia Penman Knox City; and Jorctta Hall Loraine are the Indian maidens hunting for the honor. Braves Dickie Clemmer Sny- der; James Christopher Dallas; and Douglas Gore Sinton will be contesting for Chief McMurry. Miss Wheat is a religious edu- cation major yet her outside ac- tivities include being president of Kappa Phi Wah Wahtaysee and the Martin Dorm Council. Miss Appleton will major in English however her social activities vary widely inclu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 October 1964

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 1. 1964 Government Department Offers Minor This Year LOOKING eri Sledge to give to A government minor is being offered this year at McMurry for the first time. Also for the first time in several years Dr. S. D. Thompson head of the social sci- ence department is teaching a course on American Political Par- ties and Elections. With five full time instructors and two part time teachers about twenty-five history and govern- ment courses are being offered this semester. The only new full time pro- fessor in the department is Robert Sledge former Methodist pastor. At Southwestern Univer- sity he received his B. S. and B. A. degrees at Perkins School of Theology at SMU his B D. de- gree and at the University of Texas his M.A. degree. Before coming to McMurry he taught his- THROUGH HIS FILES of numerous history exams. Hob- ' itv newest addition to the history department selects a lest vcrslly- one of his classes. Head of the social science di vision and p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 October 1964

Thursday. October 1 1964 WAIl WHOOP Page 3 IV y Faculty Turns Football Pros Wah Wahtaysee Adds 45 New Members HIKE ONE . . . W. L. Magnuson and Francis Hudson prepare to tackle Robert Sledge and his team as some of the faculty members lake lime out from their teaching duties to play a game of football each Saturday morning. Forty-five McMurry coeds were inducted into Wah Wahtaysee women's service organization at a sunrise ceremony in Wah Wah- taysee Park earlier this week. Among the new members arc two seniors: Carolyn Thompson Big Spring and Pearl Sanders Anson. The nine juniors are Mar- sha Cook Amarillo; Ann Joyce Coleman; Peggy Thompson Claude; Georgia Hurt Fort Worth; Jennifer Jordan Abilene; Louise Kay Abilene; Mary Mar- tin Abilene; Sarah Williamson Odessa and Elaine Snowdon Memphis. Thn ty-four sophomores pledged Wah Wahtavseo: Brenda Glenn. I Abilene; Judy Adcock Lubbock; Orabcth Henderson Snyder; Sha- on Wells Dumas; Sandy Pirtle Sundown; Lynn Walker Snyder; Kay Nelson Thr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 October 1964

WAH WHOOP Thursday. October 1 1964 FROM THE FIELDHOUSE By KERRY ARMSTRONG Pago 4 It stems that I nm destined to always btgm this tolumn correct- inn mistakes that occurred on the sports page the week before Although this week I have to lay tilt bl.ime on myself (or the printLts) Tlie mistake was in the footb.ill schedule printed on the sports page Inst week Mc- Muiry will play Southwest Texas St.ite College on October 10 in Abilene .it 7 30 The U.im will have their open d.ite on Octo- ber 17 McMurry will host cross lown rival Abilene Christian College in the Tribes' first home town fame of the year 'Ihe name will be played at Abilene Public Schools Stadium at 7 30 with ACC favored by the area sports writers to win by a largo mar- gin of store nut I think that whatever the out come it will be a game well worth seeing I know th it the football team will ni d all the batking wt can give tlitm So ltt's all do our part and tut ii out to back the Indians Wlio knows then have been big- 1 i...

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

Willson Lectures Ahead . . Presenting biographical discussions about Jesus and great Christians Dr. Edwin P. Booth will begin the twentieth annual Willson Lectures Tuesday at 9:00 a. m. in Radford. Dr. and Mrs. J. M.' Willson of Floydada Texas arc responsible for making this lecture series possible each fall and spring. Honorary Degrees The college will give honorary degrees to George Madison Brewer administrator of the Lubbock Meth- odist Hospital; to the Reverend Mr. Spencer L. Stock- well administrator of the Methodist Mission Home of Texas in San Antonio; and to the Reverend H. Doyle Ragle pastor of the First Methodist Church in Vernon. The degrees will be awarded before Dr. Booth's ad- dress Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. by Dr. Gordon Bennett president to the college. First Willson Lecture Tuesday morning at 9:00 a. m. Dr. Booth presents his first lecture on "Augustine of Thagaste." That evening after the presentation of the honorary degrees Dr. Booth gives his discourse on "Fr...

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

Thursday. October 8 1964 Pago 2 WAR WHOOP SnoJze SiifHall - f j fa Kfjg f 1 Hatred Slays Colleagues CnOVCn GILL2TT assistant professor of business administration dcmons'ralcs the foremost position of a dedicated business official in tod ly c world of business Gillctt is a newcomer to the business department and teaches accounting. Editor's Note: Smoko Signals is a regular feature which attempts to present investigations of iho current vital topics which so pro- foundly affect us today and in iho future. Students and faculty members arc invited to submit material to Truelt Austin the permanent editor. By LYNN TAYLOR A frontal view of the fatal bullet wound revealed an ill-defined puncture As the Jackson pathologist studied the wound it became apparent that the victim had been shot at close range The bullet had entered the ehest cavity and exploded the heart death was instantaneous but not pretty or gallant cour- ageous This particular body ithcio were three in all) did not bear anv m...

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

Thursday October 8 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 STEPPING OUT IN FRONT of lho McMurry Band aro this year's MaideneMes. They are (standing left to right) Joreita Hall Karen Lcnamon Gcna Cox Linda Whition. In front arc Lynda Clack Jane Daughcrty and Penney Shipman. Featured Twlrler JOHNNY BROCK Indians Patronize Your War Whoop Advertisers Plastic Seal Your Photos - Cards Licenses At the BOOKSTORE for only 25c Keep your I. D. cards and meal ticket Waterproof . Ah.-!-? '1 Lane Brock Maidens Lead McM Indian Band "One little two little three little Indians four little five little six little Indians seven lit- tle eight little nine little Indians . . ." Leading the McMurry band this year are seven Indian Maidenettes the drum major and the featured twirler. Maidenettes this year are Jor- ctta Hall Karen Lcnamon Jane Daughcrty Gena Cox Penney Shipman Lynda Clack and Linda Whitton. Jerry Lane is the drum major and Johnny Brock is the featured twirler. Jerry Lane drum major for his second year is a ju...

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

WAR WHOOP Thursday October 8 1964 Pago 4 Wildcats Slip By Indians 22-15 Mild Victory For ACC Key blocking is demonstrated by ono of lho eight men's intra- mural flag football teams that play weekly Tuesday and Thursday at Indian Stadium. The games begin at 6:00 p. m. each night and consist of two twenty minute halves. In McM First Home Game The annual cross town rival clash between Abilene Christian College and McMurry College ended in a near loss for the much favored Wildcats as only a last minute touchdown pulled them from out behind the Indians to score a mild 22-15 victory last Saturday night. McMurry handed the Wildcats their first shock of the game as the first quarter then the first half ended in a 0-0 tic. When both teams took the field for the second half the ACC squad took the initiative and made two quick drives to the goal line to score a 14-0 lead over the Tribe. Then the Indian attack began. McMurry quarterback Larry Ethridge started tossing passes left and right. Ethr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1964

"Musical Ambassador from the Argentine" Spivak to Offer RecitaS In Radford October 22 BHJBHKHHBBHHbflBHHHHH-'Vk i!2 EBHBEWy PtiflBJHJBJBflr 6 ?. 9HHI HAUL Holed Seventeen Members The Phi Epsilon Chapter of lish fiaternity inducted seven- Sigma Tau Delta a national Eng-1 tcen new members eailier this Fail Pledge Season Begins This Week Fifteen coecis began their six weeks of fall pledging for social clubs this week Alpha Psi Alpha has as its pledges sophomores Monna Wal- ters Albuquerque N M ; Mary Jane Matthews Winters Linda Miller Abilene; Mary Martin Abilene; and Kathy Wilson Ala- mogordo N M Pledging Gamma Sigma arc sophomores Julie Babb Abilene Dcnnie Chancellor Truth or Con- sequences N M ; Donna Cator Morse and Susan Rathff Arlesia TIP pledges are junior Ginger Boomer Claude and sophomoics Janie W ir Abilene Edra Sha- hecn Abilene La Gena Weaver Hamlin and Sandra Day Del Rio The gills were invited to join the icspcclivc clubs at the rush parties held October 8 Bids were made i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1964

Thursday. October 15. 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 2 I w If nil I J Editorial Why Vote Republican? J Choice ?f - S cuho Needs It 71 By GARTH SIMMS This is a year of decision in American politics For the first time in decades voters will make a choice at the polls It will be a choice that will set the course of our nation for years to come The Republican alternative offers the sensible answer to problems In every field In the area of foreign affairs the present administration seems to disregard the threat of inter- national communism The Presi- dent Lyndon B Johnson failed to even mention communism in his acceptance speech at Atlantic City In campaigning he has never attributed unrest in the world's trouble spots to com- munism In contrast Senator Barry Goldwatcr has branded Com- munism as "the only significant disturber of peace in the world today " The Senator has learned the lessons of Munich Yalta and Editorial- Why Vote Democrat? By RICK VON ENDE ' It is as easy to change human nature as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1964

Thursday October IS 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 From National Science Foundation L Vs LOOKING ON THE EXPERIMENT of David King and Jerri Lind- sey. is Dr. Norton Jones head oi lho chemistry department. 'Gay Nineties Theme For TIP Sing Song The "Gay Nineties" will be the theme of the TIP sing-sons No- vember 15. It will be held in Radford Auditorium at 3'30. Each club on campus will pick a song regarding this theme and present it before judges. Girls' clubs will compete against each other as will the boys' clubs. Songs will be judged on sound and presentation. Bob Test announcer of KWKC radio station will act as Master of Ceremonies. The Windjam- mers will be guest performers along with two little girls' soft shoe acts. These will come from the Dotty Botkins Dance Studio. Teachers will also do some numbers and it is hoped that the Freshman Class will organize a mixed group of singers to per- form as a special act. hhHHHh. Just time to get that second wind. Have a Coke. Coca-Cola Its big bol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1964

Thursday. October 15 1964 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Wo Int B men s Intramurals Begin; atfcNK if S "'5l Volleyball Is Season Opener Larry Ethridge Indian quariorbaclc demonstrates Iho passing power thai has made him a key offensive player in McMurry's newly developed air attack. The McMurry Women's Intra- mural program has taken on an active appearance during the fust two weeks of the G4-G5 sea- son with competition being halted dining the past week because of the Willson Lcctuies on campus. The first sport of the women's season is intiamuial volleyball. The first week of piny ended with atones posted for TIP Navajos and Rebels. TIP defeated the Apaches fieshman gnls fiom President Hall in a round of only two games 15-5; 15-5 In the second match of the evening the Navajos ftosh co-eds from Martin ousted the Delta Beta team by scores of 15-3 and 15-2. The final game i of the day saw the Rebel squad I slip by Kappa Phi with a scoie of 15-11 15-8 In Wednesday night's action Gamma Sigma was given...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1964

Johnson Wins Mock Prexy Election THE VOL. 42 ABILENE CUTTING UP in more ways than one these freshman class officers try gathering wood for the Home- coming bonfire. From left to right they are Jim Bearden president: Donna White secretary; Mary Routh student council representative; and Bobby Henderson vice-president. In Assembly October 29 Alpha Chi To Dr. Shanor As Alpha Chi honorary scholastic society will feature Dr. Lcland Shanor in assembly October 29 delivering his address "The Need for Learning a Continuing Chal- lenge." Dr. Shanor will spend the re- mainder of the day with the science department. Dr. Norton Jones chairman of the chemistry department will introduce Dr. Shanor. Dr. Shanor a native of Butler Pennsylvania is head of the un- dergraduate education in the sciences section Division of Scientific Personnel and Educa- tion of the National Science Foundation besides holding the Bob Winn to Offer Organ Recital Friday Bob Winn senior church music major will offer a recita...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1964

Page 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 22 19b. moJze Siynall LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS WELCOME HOME DEA2 WE'VE JpH? TO KgP YOUR. PCCwT ouvi ri iiu ueri Editorial Scholarships Are A Must To Excel Scholastically By RICHARD BAUMAN Do scholarships discriminate against students? In a way they do. Did you know that McMurry gives very few complete scholar- ships? The only full scholarships that I know about arc the athletic grants My biggest objection to dis- ci inunatmg against the lest of the students is that McMurry is a school of higher education yet no complete scholaislups aic given foi honor students. Last year when the odministia- lion began the Honors Scholar- ships Program it was a great stude forward in the direction that I feel the school should be moving granting more scholar- ships for academic work. The administration claims and rightfully so that the partial scholarships and work programs are able to help more students than If it gave more complete scholarships. Yet how many student...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1964

Thursday October 22. 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 11 1 1 v i Oil " m - i irPPfPl iuM i 7-HLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLHLLLLLI THESE BOOKS ARE THE LIFE BLOOD of Dr. Ungvary as he spent part of World War II in a Russian concentration camp. German Born Professor Addled to Language Staff A new German professor Fred Block was added to the language staff this year. Another instruc- tor Georges de Bone teaches one class in Spanish but mainly teaches economics in the business division. There are five teachers in the department teaching French Spanish and German. Majors are available in French and Spanish but students can get only a minor in German. A native of France Block re- ceived his B.S.A. from the Uni- versity of Georgia in Athens Georgia and his M.A. degree from Middlebury College. He enjoys the violin chess bridge rock collecting and reading. In 1946 he was the chess champion of the University of Georgia. Miss Beth Myatt Spanish in- structor attended school in Spain this summer. She gained her B.A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1964

Thursday. Ociobcr 22 1964 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP HUMP7 mWmmbbbbbbbbbbWbmJ0"! LLLET m BKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT " mm IIHki WIHIIIBk lallllllllllllH WwKBBBBB&BBSBEBBBBBEGBBBB&sf'mmmBBBBBBBBBBi Indian James Christopher proves his receiving skills that has proved to bo a major yard gainer for the McMurry squad. Indians Seek First Season Win Against Rebels In Arlington McMurry College's young In- dians on the trail of their first victory this season take on an aroused band of Arlington State Rebels Saturday night in Arling- ton. The junior varsities of the col- leges will meet Thursday night in Abilene the only game for the McMurry Papooses this year. "The Rebels look like they're waiting for that one little spark and then they're going to explode on someone" Buddy Fornes Mc- Murry backfiold coach warned after scouting the Arlington State-Louisiana Tech game last Saturday. The Rebels lost 19-7. "They're much tougher this year than last. The players seem to have a bettor attitude." Arlington St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1964

Indians Sound Homecoming War Cry THE McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1964 NO. 8 Reservation Comes Alive Early Friday Ca'mpfires will be burning on the reservation this weekend as McMurry students erect a replica of an American Indian Tepee Village for homecoming festivi- ties. Amidst the rush of various ac- tivities the traditional Tepee Vil- lage will be the main attraction for thousands of visitors par- ents alumni and school children. The Student Association and the Alumni Association backed by the school administration and student body have labored op- SURROUNDED BY A SEA of colorful homecoming feathers are McMurry's four nominees for the proximately a month to polish up tP.RoaUr' Jw who m "owned at .the coronation ceremony Friday night Vying for Chief u . ... .. . McMurry and Reservation Princess are James Christopher Joretta Hall. Susie Wheat and Dickie old traditions the coronation ciemmer. ceremony Tepee Village the council fire and other homecom- comin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1964

Pago 2 WAH WHOOP Thursday October 29 1964 Do Election Polls Show A Socialistic Tendency? DISCUSSING THE SIMILARITY botwccn their departments. Dr. Robert Piatt professor of sociology and Dr Elwood Traylor pro- fessor of psychology chat with Brcnda Glonn during their coffeo break. Rats to Rice Discussed In Psychology Sociology Iverything from rats to rice is discussed in psychology and soci- ology classes A major in sociology was added this year but one could get only a minor in psychology In the sociology department Dr Robert Piatt teaches all the courses Sociology credit is being given this year for Dr George Stcinman's marriage and family couisc in the past this credit was given in leligion '1 he b isie role of the psj chology deputment is to serve the pios- pcctivc leaeheis leaching in this dip iitiiu nt aie Elwood li.iy- loi W iltei Hofhein and Ken- neth lewis Althoui'll Hofhein is pi tin ii il connected with the leligion deputment be does ti nh some ionises in psychology A nitiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1964

Thursday. October 29 1964 WAH WHOOP Pago 3 First Festivity in 1927 Decades of Traditions Relived at Homecoming By BRENDA GLENN The banging of hammers the clap of rocks and the buzz of ex- cited voices all fill the air as homecoming approaches and work on Tepee Village begins. Yet behind the noise and excitement lies more than three decades of traditions and symbolism. Homecoming for McMurry be- gan November 9 1927 when seventeen exes were honored. With the years have come changes and additions. The first homecoming was cele brated with a bon fire burning the totem pole being erected the smoking of the peace pipe and the continuous beating of the tom-tom. An Indian dance which at first was performed by a real Indian was later turned over to some Boy Scouts. Now the dance is performed by McMurry students. The coronation of Chief Mc- Murry and Reservation Princess was added in 1946 to the home- coming ceremonies which In- cludes the pinning of the colors Indian Band Presents Concert Fo...

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