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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1964

WAH WHOOP Thursday. October 29 1964 Page 4 Homecoming Game McMurry Jinx Tribe Puts Homecoming Record On The Line Against The Texans One of the longest homecoming winning streaks in college foot- ball will be on the line Saturday afternoon when McMurry Col- lege's winless Indians host Tarle- ton State in a 2:30 p. m. game at Public Schools Stadium. McMurry has won its last 11 homecoming contests but is yet to win a contest in its first six games this season including a 17-7 loss last week to Arlington State. The slumping Indians last won the seventh game of the 1063 sea- son upending Hardin-Simmons 21-3. McMurry's Inst homecoming loss was to Abilene Christian 2G-0 the 1052 season. Since being shutout in 1052 McMurry has scored a minimum of 18 and a maximum of CO points in home- Smokc Signals (Continued from Page 2) come at the expense of the indi- viduality of men7 What good is all the physical and economic prosperity in the world going to do a person if in its making it destroys the...

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

27 Students Selected to Who's Who THE ABILENE. Shakespeare Week Ahead 'Much Ado' Brownes Billed As Main Attraction William Shakespeare Is claimed by some authorities to be the fuiemust playwright of the Eliza- bethan era It is with this view in mind that McMurry College will celebrate Shakespeare's 400th annivtrsay of his birth in a ' Week of Shakespeare ' Novem- ber 16 21 Reservation Picks Totem Beauties In a general election today McMurry students will select the eight most beautiful women on the Reservation to reign as 1964-65 Totem Beauties All students may vote for any nominee that he chooses even if she is not in his class announced Richard Drum vice president of the student association and co- ordinator of the election Senior nominees include Suzie Appleton an English major and a member of Theta Chi Lambda Joretta Hall elementary educa- tion Gamma Sigma Barbara Hol- land business education Delta Beta Epsilon and Paula Teeter elementary education Delta Beta Epsilon Candidates ...

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

WAR WHOOP Thursday. November 12 1964 BmoJze. SlnaU The Week That Was Pago 2 fl&GK. Iff Wfr STROLLING AROUND THE CAMPUS Judson Hardy assistant professor of mathematics and Francis Hudson professor of mathe- matics joko about lho recent mid-semester examinations. Math Department Increases Rapidly Four years ago there were two full limes teachers and one part time teacher in the McMurry math dcp.utmcnt. This year there are heven staff members. Coming as head of the depart- ment is Fiancis Hudson. He will receive his Ph.D. fiom the Uni- veisity of Texas in Januaiy. In the l!).r0's he woiked as a iadio announcer in Magnolia At Kan- sas Then he attended Aikansas State Teachers College where he gamed his U. S. Clyde Long associate professor of math has been teaching at McMuny since 1952. He gradu- ated fiom hero with his D. A. After that he taught at Texas A&M V. M. I. and Georgia Tech. From SMU Long got his M. S. Just before coming to the college lie was piofessor of math at Ferum...

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

Thursday. November 12 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Rusconi Art Work Displayed in Library Shapes designs and colors arc only the tools for communicating an emotion philosophizes Luci- enne Collaer-Rusconl a native of Belgium whose husband is sta- tioned at Dyess AFB as she ex- hibits a show of watercolors and oils on the second floor of the Jay- Rollins Library. McMurry's art department .hon- ored Mrs. Rusconi with a tea when the sho wopened Sunday afternoon. The show will con- tinue from now until November 25 and may be visited during regular library hours. Mrs. Rusconi's formative years were lived as part of the German occupation of Belgium and the harsh experiences left on imprint on her art work. Sho was ex- posed from early childhood to the strong emotions of the Flemish Walloon people their love for land and families their earthy understanding of life and their struggle for a better life. She has exhibited her art work in Los Angeles in San Francisco and in the bay area. Among the sho...

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

Pag 4 WAR WHOOP Thursday NoTembar 12 1964 FROM THE FIELDH0USE By KERRY ARMSTRONG McMUHHY COLLEGE INDIANS wntch the gridiron closely in tho second quarter as Trinity College racks up points to jump out in front ot tho lead the Tribe had built up in tho first quarter. The game ended a homecoming victory for tho Trinity Tigers 30-24. Tigers Top Tribe 30-24; Indian Jinx Still Holds Trinity College homecoming fans witnessed a vigorous passing duel between the McMurry In- dians and the Trinity Tigers last Saturday in San Antonio The Tnbt won the passing duel but lost the game to the tune of 30-24 Things started off with the In- dians appearing to have broken their losing streak with their own homecoming victory over Tarle- ton State 17-7 as the Tribe quickly gained the lead in tho fust six minutes of the game Willi .1 six-point tally Tnnity rem.uned scoreless the entire first quarter 'I he Tiger team gained posses- sion of the hall in the second (in ii In and burst into action iKtr to rel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1964

THE VOL. 42 ABILENE. TOTEM BEAUTIES have recently Hall Rose Ann Hamilton. Sharon BqMIHbE HIssssssssH LsssLisDHysiBx9IR::i? flHUsssLHsLflsW 'sKf' HPHISWrPSP !; KHssssssssm. -' .KisKf't HJQHf 9HssssssssLsM IBSfSHf LflsBHIssHHIr 'PIK KSsHPoM sssssssssssKv-sLHsslssssssEjK4.:ffW ' Jminl ssskwsssssssssssssssssssssssssHHsSsHHssssssssssV JIsKp HPIssssssssssssssBsHsflEssssssssFiisV k tMiisssssssssssBsVisCsssssssssssssssssssssssssrA'- Kinnard and carina Knight. Eight Coeds Announced As 1965 The eight most beautiful wom- en on the Reservation arc being revealed for the first time today as the Student Council presents the 1904-65 Totem Beauties. The beauties are Sandra Day sophomore; Joretta Hall senior; Rose Ann Hamilton freshman; Sharon Johnson sophomore; Susie Kinnard sophomore; Cnrlita Knight freshman; Sharon Moore sophomore; and Judy Stricklin junior. Runners-up for the honored Delta Beta Kiva Capture First in TIP Sing Song Delta Beta women's social club and Kiva men's social club cap- tur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1964

WAR WHOOP Thursday. November 19 19G4 SntoJze Sinal'L Pago 2 Is the Academic Program Given Equal Opportunity? Editor's Nolo: Smoke Signals is a rogular featuro which aitempis to present investigations of the curront vital topics which so pro foundly affect us today and in the future Siudonts and faculty mombers are invited to submit material to Trueii Austin the permanent editor. By ROGER WARD McMurry a liberal arts college where athletics rank above scholarship An absurd state- ment Truo But what did the majority of McMurry's faculty wish to have built first; a new fieldhousc or a new science building? That is right a field- house McMurry's science de- partment is ranked among the top in the nation but it is housed in a tinder-box along with much valuable equipment. Why the importance on sports? "To attract students" or "to pro- mote citizenship" are two big reasons given. Did Hardin-Sim-mons close students by dropping football? No. Do poor losers at ball games promote citizenship? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1964

WAR WHOOP Page 3 A Heritage to Remember Thursday November 19 1964 Horn of Plenty Rings In Thanksgiving Holidays Editor's Note. As the Thanks- giving holidays draw near with classes closing at noon Wednes- day students' thoughts turn to- ward delicious turkey pumpkin pies and cranberry sauce. One should remember that not all Thanksgivings were like the ones that we have today. In the fol- lowing article Dr. Lloyd D. Huif chairman of the English depart- ment explains how the celebra- tion of Thanksgiving Day origin- ated. By DR. LLOYD D. HUFF Cicero says that a thankful heart is not only the best of vir- tues but is the parent of all the other virtues. Isaac Walton says that God has two dwelling places one in heaven and one in the meek and thankful heart. When the Plymouth colony was established in 1620 Governor Bradford set up a system where- by all people in the colony drew their supplies from a common store and all people worked a common plot of land; in other words a communal syst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1964

WAR WHOOP Thursday November 19 1964 Page 4 bbbbbbbbbbva bbwXHbbbW bbbbbbbHe1 .- bb0;bbBsbw1 DICKIE SPIER sophomoro wlngback demonstrates the kind of ball handhnq that made tor lho scoring 114-yard run he made last week aqalnst Texas Lutheran Collcoe in Sequin. Spier ran back a Bulldoq kick-off to score the first McMurry touchdown of the game. The final scoro in tho qame was 20-17 a Bulldog victory. FROM THE FIELDHOUSE By KERRY ARMSTRONG EDITOR PREDICTS BIG SEASON NEXT YEAR The football season concluded with the exception of the Tribe's lost encounter against Youngs town Ohio this Saturday there arc a few season conclusions that can be drawn. First of all I would like to note that although the win-loss record does not look the best for the foot- ball team I think that coach Grant Teaff has done a bang up good job working under the handicaps that the team has had this year such as injuries and lack of col- lege ball experience among the many new members of the squad. It should be reme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1964

HVSS 1 i wMKUm I mHi i HHHV iWHHffiT-- Eb h nfr JdilBb. H Cheerleaders Display New Uniforms as Basketball Season Opens Bedecked in their maroon and white uniforms McMurry cheerleaders. Jack Wilcox Judy Stricklin Lonnie Barbcrec Glenda Heist Sharon Johnson and Jim Phillips urge all students to attend the West Texas game Friday and the Southwestern University game Saturday Indian Band Returns From Concert Tour In Texas Panhandle After a four day tour in the Panhandle McMurry band mem- bers returned to Abilene yester- day. During Dr. Raymond T. By- num's tenure the band has made Friederich Sings In Assembly Today Awarded the Singer of the Year by the National Association of Teachers of Singing in 1963 Miss Sylvia Friederich displayed her talents in this morning's assembly program. Accompanying Miss Friederich was Nell Thurman Paul Engel- stad's wife. The mezzo-soprano is on a concert tour for the Na- tional Association of Teachers of Singing which has taken her to a score of communitie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1964

WAR WHOOP Thursday December 10 1964 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Pago 2 Are Academics arid Athletics Given Equal Emphasis? V0TTZ. TALK $Of TSfZ. 1 Trlltf K Hif HoUSEmtf (2. CHHUmKS? YOUP. lr PBAW." Band Chanter Programs Herald Christmas Season The music halls on the Reser- vation arc echoing the busy period of melodic preparation for Christmas concerts to he present- ed by the Chanters and the Indian Rand next week in chapel and assembly. Under the direction of Paul Engolstad the Chanters will sing Chiibtmas music in chapel De- cember 15. The program will be similar to the one presented last Sunday at the Vesper Service . The "Song of Mary" and "Away in a Mangel" will feature soloists but for the rest of the sacred con- cert the entire chorus will sing Chanters to Sing At Dyess Sunday Paul Engclstad director of the Chanters announced that his singing collegians will present a Christmas program at Dyess Air Forte Uase Sunday. Similar to the Vesper Service opening the Advent season at Aldersg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1964

Thursday. December 10 1964 WAR WHOOP Page 3 LLLLLLLH 1... v MIbH EMPHASIZING HER GEOGRAPHY Penman shows her students where the United States. Christmas Spirit Reigns at Christmas cheer resounded throughout the Reservation last week end when three men's social clubs hosted their annual Christ- mas parties. XO Sings Christmas Carols Chi Omicron sang traditional Christmas carols after a buffet dinner at the Ramada Inn. Part Only 3.95 Macshore Classics Sizes: 26-28 Fabric: All Cotton Table- cloth Print Description: Jac-Shirt Long Cuffed Sleeve Bermuda Collar Button Front Colors: Red Olive FREE GIFTWRAP jradnlon -elte 926 Butternut St. J A '1 r LESSON student teacher Julia Russia lies in comparison with of the semi-formal occasion was the giving of gifts to the Good Fellows by the 25-30 members and their dates. 'Wonderful Evening' at HEI Affair Eta Epsilon Iota sang Christmas Carols danced played card games and ping pong and received an "assortment of goodies." The an nual party was held...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 December 1964

Thursday December 10 1964 Pago 4 WAR WHOOP m mS m'&'vzM rk' 1 Tribe to Meet Buffs. Bucs Cats I'LL BET HE CAN'T MAKE IT Lloyd Mitchell seems to have some doubts about the shooting ability of Preston Vice number 25. Vice howovor did mako the shot despite the efforts of the Loboes' Jack Fryman number SI. Mitchell is number 55. Also in the piciuro is number 11 for the Loboes Don Wall. McMurry won the game 91-70. Next action for the Tribe is tomorrow night when they take on iho West Texas State Buffaloes in Indian Gym at 8 p. m. McM Falls to Raiders; Tops Texans Loboes McMurry started the 1964-65 basketball season off in fine form last Tuesday night when the team trounced the Tarleton Tex- ans 00-G6. The Tribe with Mac Cade and Millard Shivers clean- ing the backboards and Russell Noll and Preston Vice tallying points charged to an easy victory over the helpless Texans. Noll led the offensive efforts by pouring through 25 points 17 of whicli came in the first half. Vice started off s...

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

I Merry Christmas i i i i i '7 !'fIS ' WHAT BOYS WON'T DO FOR A KISS is exhibited by Tommy Sloan and Bobby Robinson as they perform their mistletoe antics while gathering the plant to decorate for the annual IHR All-School Christmas Party tonight. Judges Pick Best Doors In Contest Doors of President Hall Mar- tin Dorm and Boyce Hall are dressed in holiday style since open house last Sunday. Each of the girls' dormitories had an open house to display their neat living quarters to the public. The decorated doors were judged for originality and crea- tivity. President's winners were Ruth McGinty and Linda Kamp- lain first; Lois Plumlec and Stephanie Heacock second; and Janice Farr and Carolyn Seago thi'd place on first floor. On second floor Patsy Yandell and Becky Brnsiour tied for first place; Darla Biggers and Linda Gay Hale won second; and Sarah Williamson and Harvilee Offutt third. Best overall was third floor's first place winners Karen Brown (Continued on Page 2) Hare and Hare S...

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

WAR WHOOP Thursday December 17 1964 Pago 2 LITTLE MAN "A TEST Oti OUR PIK4T n&.y BACK' PfclWP CUR LA5T CLASS M IBtl By EDNA BYHD War Whoop Editor Jest Tore Christmas Profcsbois leach llio lessons falhets pay the bills Students sit in classes gaing at the window sills Wouldn t mind being in college .is much they guess If it ueicn't fen .ill the iescaich papeis plus the tests Loe to go a putting an' playing caids and such But a3 foi all that studying they don't like it much The whole e.u sound they pull pranks constantly Hut ie t 'fine Chnstmas they'ie as good as they can be A b.isset hound named Senator baiks as loud as he can Tne. to go to classes but his master fouls up that plan With then suifing skates in hand all the bojs go out to slide But it's down the halls of Gold Star wheie most of them ride Attached to Magnuson's lab a few chemistry students have giown They'ie still in the quadi angle looking for unknowns And all the students study haul and wink diligently Cause jest ...

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

Thursday December 17 1964 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 'Tis the Season to be Jolly Mn mm fmuMtimm Christmas Encompasses Bethlehem to Fifth Ave. HELP ME WRAP THIS ONE? Asks Julia Scott as she and Judy Hogue wrap Christmas packages at Thornton's Department Store in Merchant Park Shopping Center. These two coeds from Abilene are two of the many McMurry students who are working during the holidays. Gift Wrapping Delivery Students Keep Busy With Holiday Jobs By BRENDA GLENN Just after Thanksgiving the mad rush for Christmas jobs be- gins lasting until mid-December. In Abilene alone there are usually from 550 to 600 extra jobs available for the holiday reason. Almost 30 per cent of these are concerned with transportation such as trucking and bus lines estimated W. A. Hazelwood of the Texas Employment Commis- sion. Gift wrapping delivery stock- ing and sales arc the main types of work created by the holiday business rush. These jobs are filled primarily by college stu- dents. During these Christmas ho...

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

WAH WHOOP Thursday Decomber 17. 19B4 Pago 4 McMurry Cagers To Have Active Holiday Season Friday night McMurry Indian cagers will start the Holiday season on the road to compete in four major ball clashes spread out over a period of three weeks (Dec 18-Jan 7) The Tribe will travel to Arlington on the 18 to take on Arlington State on the 28-29 to compete in the Pan American Tournament at Edinburg In G5 on January 4 McMurry will meet with Southwestern University again this time in Georgetown January 7 marks the date of the first conference game for the In dians of the season as they encounter Midwestern University in When the Indians arrive in Ar lington Friday night the Tribe can expect to sec a little fire in the eyes of the Arlington State team The host cage team will FROM THE By KERRY ARMSTRONG If uny of you McMurry sports fans are still wondering why you found Dinny Hichardson sitting at the sports editor's desk last week it was because you would have found yours truly home sick-i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 January 1965

) k THE VOL. 42 ABILENE. BHHHR -3BB1 : yV BplP GOING OVER ONE OF THE CANTATAS for iour are Reggie Brown tour manager director Paul Engelflad and Don Dornon. president of Chanters. The choral group will leare for the louihwestern iour next Friday alter completing examinations. To Sing in West Texas New Mexico Chanters Practice Pack For Ten-Day Journey Chanter members are packing and studying at the same' time because their ten-day tour will be- gin next Friday covering the New Mexico and southern Northwest Texas Conference of the Meth- odist Church. The tour scheduled for Janu- ary 22-31 will include 19 con- Debaters Return From Tournament Both boys and girls debate teams won 3 out of 5 debates re- cently at the Golden Spread For- ensic Tournament in Amarillo sponsored by Amarillo Chamber of Commerce's committee of Health Education and Welfare. Swayne Pierce senior Abilene student; Stan Erwln Huntsville junior; Bertie Alexander Abilene freshman; and Barbara East freshman from Abilene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 January 1965

Page 2 WAH WHOOP January 14 1965 Smoke. SiXfHaU LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS ci . TwSS- I -4a mm f A tSgo NE5 I KfJOW I'M GIVING TH' 5AM PINAL THAT I GAVE LAST TeRM ftJT THIS TIME I CHANGEP TH MiNR6" Byrd's Eye View By EDNA BYRD War Whoop Editor WASH 'EM OUT. WRING 'EM OUT Oh how I love those wash dayb1 Just think grandma had to use a scrub- board and a tub and wash clothes out by hand and then hang them on the line but thanks to all the modern conveniences people can now wash and dry their clothes in electric ma- chines that do all the work COLLEGE MAY NOT DO ANYTHING ELSE for a stu- dent but it does teach him to glow up and to do his own launch y When Billy Joe Creel first started doing his own wash at college he had no thought of going into the laundry business He was surprised when he leeeived a phone call lrom someone asking if he was the one in Hunt Dorm who was taking in ironing Later he learned that several of his friends had posted signs in the washatena saying that if anyone neede...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 January 1965

'jVv January 14. 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Everyone Is A Salesman Men Women Sell Themselves As Dates or Mates PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD and Ronald Hamby tries io make a decision as lo ihe shoe which will compliment his foot the best. Salesmen always try to make a good impression with others but Ron has trouble just choosing an impressionable shoe. At MSM January 27 Nine Students to Report On Nebraska Convention A further discussion of the 18 sub-conference groups the speech of Reverend Martin Luther King and the conference's stand on the racial situation will be the sec- ond of a series of reports on the Eighth Quadrennial Conference of the Methodist Student Movement. These discussions will be pre- sented at MSM January 27 by the nine students from McMurry who attended the conference in Lin- coln Nebraska December 28-Jan-uary 2: senior Barbara Holland of Miami Texas; sophomore Linda Gilliam of Lovington N. M.; Becky Greenwaldt of Waco; Jim Leonard of Albuquerque N. M.; Mike Palmer of S...

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