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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 January 1965

WAH WHOOP January 14 1965 Page 4 WTSU Drops Tribe Cagers Second Time McMurry Cagers meet West Texas State University for the second time this year only to be handed their second defeat at the hands of the Buffaloes 75-70. The last time they met was in December when in n heated clash the game went into over time and the WTSU team came out on top 70-78. McMurry Indian Russell Noll was the high pointer for the team and for the game with a total of 20 points for the evening. This loss of the Tribe's makes their season record so far stand at 7-7. They will take this rec- ord into conference play next Saturday as the Tribe journeys to Plainvicw to meet with the Way- land College Panthers in the Tribes' second conference match of the season. v15sbbsW Kl WvV my Wf s$ mH Srmkum-Jmmmmkmw m mWW! rrr&Mmmmmmmmm. Jrrrrrrfis obbbbbbbbbk Lloyd Mitchell a 6-5 1 3 freshman from Detroit Mich. is rated among the lop scorers of the NAIA District 8 Conference In early McMurry College cage season play...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1965

ill"' 4fciurt &&&& nW SP&- . -W sWWMv:..;.;-. j Reggie Brown and Sandra Landers try to completo their registration forms first as Jerome Van- noy checks Karen Brown's forms. These students arc typical of the hundreds who filled out regis- tration blanks Tuesday and Wednesday. THE ABILENE. Dr. Bennett Announces Receipt of Three Grants Dr. Gordon R. Bennett presi- dent of the college has announc- ed three grants received by Mc- Murry over the past few weeks. Shell Companies Foundation Inc. gave a $1500 grant to Mc- Murry as well as to Abilene Christian College and Hardin- Simmons University. The grant is designed to aid in faculty de- velopment and research and is derived from funds of Shell Oil Co. and its subsid aries. Library Able to Purchase Reader The Jay-Rollins Library re- ceived a $1000 grant from the Asosciation of College and Re- search Libraries a division of the American Library Assnciation. Miss Pcrma Rich head librarian said that the grant will be use...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1965

Jahuary 29 1JJ6S WAR WHOOP Page 2 LITTLE MAN ONCAMPUS TWKs Modern Society is not Becoming More Apathetic Editor's Note: Smoke Signals if a regular feature which attempts to present Investigations ot the curront vital topics which so pro- foundly affect us today and in the future. Studonts and faculty members are invitod to submit material to Truett Austin the permanent editor. By THUETT AUSTIN Recently it seems as if a new story appears in the newspaper almost everyday concerning some incident in which a number of people have stood by and done nothing while other human beings have suffered and died. Perhaps the best known of such incidents was the recent case in New York City in which thirty- eight people watched in silence while a killer attacked and stab- bed a woman repeatedly finally killing her. There have been many other such events since that one how- ever. Take for example the case in Detroit on January 14 just weeks ago. A policeman and a bakery truck driver grappled with a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1965

January 29 1965 WAR WHOOP Pag 3 Jn Emergency Room Osterhoudt Learns Physical Therapy Harry Osterhoudt a junior biol- ogy major at McMurry is an ex- ample of mixing work with .studies. Harry plans a career in physical therapy so he applied for -a position in the Hendrick's Me- morial Hospital emergency room. Working full time since July 1962 quiet-spoken Harry has .noted the many states of emo- tion which patients are in when they are In the emergency room. He has learned that one must be able to control one's self and others in order to keep the situa- tion calm. After graduation from high school in New York State in 1958 Harry went into the aimed serv- ice. He had four months of basic training in San Antonio before being stationed at Dyess. Next he went to North Africa for one year. During the time he was in the service Harry re- ceived one year of college train- ing. It was while he was still in the service that he applied for admission to McMurry and was accepted. In discussing h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1965

Page 4 WAR WHOOP January 29 1965 Indians Top ACC 83-82 in Overtime With a onc-on-onc situation and eight seconds left in over- time Dennis Anderson sank two arching baskets and gave the Mc- Murry Indians an 83-82 victory over their cross town rivals' the Abilene Christian Wildcats. At the end of regulation play ACC's Spencer Pickens missed on an identical situation leaving the fiume tied 72-72. Lloyd Mitchell sank one from the free throw line tieing it at 79 all before Ander- son sank the winning points. At the start of the game Mc- Muny took a 5-0 lead a lead which they held most of the half. ACC finally took over with 5-15 left and led 37-34 after the first 21) minute"! of piny. The Indians raced through the second half tiymg to catch the Wildcats but only led once. Pres- ton Vice tied up at 50-50 Mitchell at C5-G5 and C9-G0. Mitchell gave the Indians a short lived ad- vantage at 70-69. Vice and Mitchell paced the Indians' scoring attack with 24 and 22 points. Vice hit six from th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1965

) 1&. BEHIND THE SPEAKER S STAND Head delegate Rick von Ende practices delivering the speech concerning the views and policies of the United Arab Republic that he will present at one of the U. N. sessions. The meeting will coniinuo from February 10-13. Delegates 'Brush Up On Arab Republic For Mock UN Meet For the last six weeks five of McMurry's student experts on government and political science have been studying the affairs of the United Arab Republic Mrs. Yonge Added To English Faculty Mrs George (Kay) Yonge is a new teacher in the English de- partment announced Dr Lloyd D Huff chairman of the English division Receiving her masters degree from Hardin-Simmons University Mrs Yonge is teaching three classes of freshman English this semester She received her un- dergraduate degree from the Uni- versity of Texas in the field of English Her husband George Yonge is an Abilene builder who already has his degree but he is taking additional courses in English at McMurry Mrs Yonge is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1965

WAR WHOOP Thursday. February 196S Page 2 College Offer Student Enjoyment Editor' Nolo: Smoko Signals Is a regular feature which attempts to present Investigations of Jho current vital topics which so pro- foundly affect us today and In lho future Students and faculty members are invited to submit material to Truoti Austin the permanent editor. By LYNN TAYLOR Most college radio stations are about as professional and success- ful as the last Hardin-Simmons football team. At the same time their value to the schools who maintain them is unquestionable. They offer an opportunity for closer campus communications and are a source of enjoyment for all concerned. The two other higher educa- tional centers in Abilene long ago saw the advantages to sup- porting the operations of a cam- pus broadcasting program but McMurry as yet has not seen fit to establish such an activity. Bill- board Magazino lists both KACC the Abilene Christian station and Haidin - Simmons' broadcasting outfit KHSU among...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1965

Thunday February 4 1965 WAR WHOOP Fay 3 A Penny Per Vote Students to Select Valentine Sweetheart What Happened to Love in Tennis? Doc Reeves goi a big bang out of his tennis game with Pauletie Reid as they matched their skills on McMurry's new tennis courts. The physical education department offers courses for all students who aro interested in learning how to play tennis. Bottom Describes Brazil- Land of Many Contrasts EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Virgil Botom professor of physics wrote to the publicity office the follow- ing article from Brazil where he is on leave of absence during the 1964-65 school year. For reasons of space his article has been di- vided into two parts the second to follow next week. By VIRGIL BOTTOM It is only fair to warn the reader that any conclusions made about a nation as large and com- plex as Brazil based upon a resi- dence of only six months in the country by one who has a mini- mal knowledge of the language and who has seen only part of the country should be t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1965

WAH WHOOP Thursday February 4. 1965 Page 4 1: X xbtPbbbbHPbH NOLL MAKES TWO Pacing iho Indians scoring against Pan American and the Arlington State Rebels here lho 6-2 Russell Noll goes up for two more as ASC's Weir tries in vain to block the shot. Tribe Extends Wins To 5 on Home Court Fresh from an 83-82 victory over Abilene Christian the Mc- Murry Indians made the week porfect by downing the Pan American Drones 87-71 and the Arlington State Rebels 90-80. Playing on their own hard- woods the Tribe knocked off the two teams to boost their skein to five straight. McMurry now has 12 wins in 19 starts. Russell Noll the Tribe's 6-4 forward bounced out of a slump from the ACC-McMurry game to pace the Indians to both wins with Mac Cade shown against the Pan Am squad with Preston Vice Lloyd Mitchell and Denn Ingram rounding out the top scorers against the Rebels. Tribo Uses New Defense Hitting with nn early scoring attack Hcrshcl Kimbrough's In- dians made use of a two on one defense conce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1965

1C&W.M7 C:hti " THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOL. 42 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11 1965 NO. 16 Seniors Crown Queen At Valentine Party This special day is sot aside For sweethearts every- where; And the seniors are hosting at McMurry An all-school Valentine affair. Alpha Psi Hosts Tea February 13 As a get-together before Rush Season Alpha Psi Alpha one of the six women's social clubs on campus will host a tea for all women's club members and spon- sors Saturday morning Feb- ruary 13. The tea which will actually be a hot chocolate party will be held in Radford Social Hall from 9.30 to 10:30. The dress will be casual. The tea is also an expression of appreciation to all the club's sponsors added Bobbette Patter- son a junior from Lamcsa and president of Alpha Psi Alpha. Men's Clubs Plan Smokers Next Week In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of pledging. The McMurry Men's Clubs acutely aware of this year- ly phenomenon have leaped into the season by scheduling th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1965

WAH WHOOP February 11. 1965 Page 2 OOPS I I MISSED William Tell'f famous ihot. but I hit the mark whore Cupld'i arrow would lodge cries Karen Lenamon. McClesky to Enter Dallas Med School Ralph McCleskey Jr. a grad- uating senior has been accepted ns a student in Southwestern Medical School of the University of Texas located in Dallas an- nounced Dr. Norton Jones chair- man of the chemistry division. A Midland High School grad- uate of 1961 McCleskey has worked for the Welch Founda- tion Research under the direc- tion of Dr. Roy Sonntag for the post two summers doing basic chemical research. The Science Club president has made the Dean's Honor Roll and is a student affiliate of the American Chemical Society. He is a member of KIVA men's social club. As a prc-medical student Mc Cleskcy is majoring in chemistry and minoring in biology. CHANTER RECORD ORDER BLANK A laii chance to order your Chanter Record for the nomi- nal cost of only S2.S0. Just fill out the blank below and droy this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1965

February 11 1965 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Impressions of Brazil Education Last Hope For Inflation Problem EDITOR'S NOTE: This it the second in a series of two arti- cles by Dr. Virgil Bottom who is on leave in Brazil. He has given his impression of the social and economic life and will continue in the following article his impressions. by DR. VIRGIL BOTTOM The rapid industrialization of the country has been accompan- ied by very serious inflation. The cruzeiro which was valued at 50 to the dollar only a few j cars ago is now aoout 1650 to PROFESSOR VIRGIL BOTTOM measures the Piezoeyoctric of-1 . .' or .. nt feet in hexamelhylcne tetramlne at the school of Engineering of di"y te as the value ot moncy the University ol Sao Paulo. Brazil. uruppuu. Agencies Offer Church Work In Summer Service Projects By SHARON ROBERTSON Several agencies including the Methodist Church American Friends Service Committee and the Young Men's Christian Asso- ciation offer a person the chance to be involved in the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1965

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP February 11. 1965 lHftLRaauBHiLILvifiliHiLHLLl INGRAM SCORES Giving :ho McMurry Indians ihat cxlra hustle guard Dean Ingram moves under lho basket for a layup scoring a Iwo-pointer in the Hordin-Simmons and McMurry game. The Pokes won the second encounter with the Indains 81-79. Pokes Edge Indians In Final City Battle Hardin Simmons Cowboys continued their jinx over the McMuny Indians edging the Tribe last week by a 81-79 mar- gin last week in the last intra- city game of the year The Cowboy win snapped a five game winning skein the In- dians hid going prior to the en- counter H-SU is close to the city college basketball title hav- ing been undefeated by cither Abilene Christian College or Mc- Murry in three games this season With the score tied at 79-79 the Cowboys' Charles Dishman sank a 15-footcr to win the game for H-SU Piiston Vice and Lloyd Mltclu.ll together got tluec shots off in the last ten seconds but to no avail The game ended with the Pokes ahead as m t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1965

uBmtut McMURRY COUEGf ' ABUENE TEXAS THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOL. 42 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1965 NO. 17 s7. Vicki Coulston poses with a heart shaped box of candy she re- ceived in recognition of her winning the Valentine Sweetheart Crown at the seniors' all-school Valentine Party. Miss Coulston a sophomore was picked by the student body over representatives from the four classes. Alpha Chi to Introduce Dr. Levett As Speaker Alpha Chi McMurry's honor society will present its annual assembly program Thursday Feb- ruary 25 with Dr. Pettit Levett professor in Spanish and history and acting head of the foreign language department of Hardin- Simmons University as guest speaker. Studied Abroad Having traveled in Spain dur- Five Travel to Austin For English Symposium Five representatives from the English department traveled to Austin for a symposium on for- malist criticism at the University of Texas last week announced Dr. Lloyd Huff chairman of the department. Those from McMurry h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1965

R- Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday. Februray 18. 1965 LITTLE MAN S Lincoln's ngctuknalX I M -f LUCUBRATION) KWUUTeD 1&Art6LATlOrl: LINCOLN STUPiEP LATE" AT NI6HT AN' HIS EYES PECAME &LCOPSHOT.' Alcoholism Ranks Fourth As U. S. Health Problem By DR. HOWARD SLAATTE Alcoholism Is an increasing problem in our society. Dr. Wm. M. Menningcr noted psychiatrist states "A national emergency would be declared if alcoholism were a communicable disease." Not communicable alcoholism is nevertheless the third or fourth leading health problem in our country. Today 4500000 Americans are "excessive drink- ers." One out of every four of them or about 1125000 arc ACS Adds 21 Members Twenty-one new members have been introduced into the Amer- ican Chemical Society an organi- zation for students interested in science announced President Johnny Fowler of Scagravcs. Twelve of the new members arc from Abilene: Dwayne Ben- nett Mark Honey Jerri and Tcrri Lindscy Karen Pashman John Pattillo Kay Walker Bill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1965

'Thursday Februray 18 196S WAR WHOOP Pag 3 ik llllllllllW. :' i S-f-": ' '"ssHIIIIIIIIm ' "' M $&' stfj '""jLBRlfMiXBM'' .fifS.1 kWtJr TmffihttA e?EA ' -yMk.C -aw V 1 ..4'' lfiS YOU MEAN THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS to kites when the wind blows hard bemoans Jimmy Cameron and Shirley Easley as they look at Ihe remnants of iheir plaything. Abilene and West Texas have had their share of different types of weather in ihe past few weeks. Council Investigates Radio Possibilities "It's going to cost some money." That's the way Lynn Taylor sums up preliminary findings in regard to the proposed campus radio station. The Student Association Broad- cast Committee headed by Taylor has visited the station operated by students of ACC-KACC and is now in contact with several other stations in the state as well as radio equipment firms and the Federal Communications Commis- sion. To date no solid plans have been formulated but a firm pre- liminary study should be ready within a month. Basically the comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1965

WAR WHOOP Thursday Februray 18 1965 Page 4 NOLL THREATENS In the past few games Russell Noll has starred as the high score maker for the McMurry basketball team. Noll recontly stretched his total points to 422 just ten points below Preston Vice iho leading McMurry scorer with 432. Indians Win Two Drop One on Trip McMurry hardwoodcrs started a scries of three road games last week by dropping a 72-CO till to Tnrleton State but bounced back to down Austin College C9-55 in conference play and edging St. Edwards G9-G7. Russell Noll the Indians' sec- ond leading scorer this season was a big factor in the two vic- tories scoring 27 points in each. Noll Hits 27 In the north zone game with Austin College Noll got the Tribe off to n fast start by pouring in ten of the first 14 points. Mc- Murry led by two points at the half 29-27. Preston Vice the Indians' lend- ing scorer warmed up in the second half ns the McMurry be- gan to utilize the fast break to build up a nine point lead. Hitting five...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1965

Williams' Dream Play in Rehearsal Armstrong Portrays Desolate Fugitive Working hard on tho second major theater production of the year the McMurry Little Theater will present Tennessee Williams' Tho Glass Monagerio the first successful play by the southern playwiicht. The production will be staged on March 25 and 26 at Mc- Murry. and on the 29th at South- western University in George- town as a part of the annual exchange program. Since its first appearance in 1945. Tho Glass Menagerie has be- come a lecurrent classic of the American Theater. It is a dream play a memory of the wandering fugitive from his past Tom Wingfield played by Keny Arm- strong who was Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing last semester. Tom recalls the cruelty the loneliness and the frustration of his mother Amanda Venie Pain- Sophomores Elect Brunner Ward To Senate Seats Larry Brunner and Roger Ward were elected by the sophomore class to vacated senate positions both promoting active participa- tion in the studen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1965

I- Pago 2 WAR WHOOP Thursday February 25. 1965 7JLTTLE MAN m ii' i'i) - n M fefe Edr . na-cs "-v. v? 11 After wauomg'tue ow Varm tomls-the thought OCCUKf&P TO ME THAT WS Today's Christian By CRAIG GOODRUM The Religion being sold to the man on the street is headed in the wrong direction. Unless some- thing Is done to change that di- rection religion's epitath will be written in the red blood of the d.ishcd hopes of the Christian intellectual. MODERN THEOLOGIANS are concerned with the problems of nature and of sin. That is good. Leaders of all faiths are working to make their beliefs relevant to the social conditions of the exist- ing world. That is good. The dialogue on religion-based moral- ity is being carried into national publications. That is good. Every Sunday congregations hear answers to the question "What must I do to be a Christian?" This too is apparently good. How- ever in all these new develop- ments the wrong road is being taken. Being Christian is more than fulfill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1965

Thursday February 25 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 FOR REAL OR NOT FOR REAL . mirror wearing what appears io be Hinkel Returns Home From Yucatan Trip By FRANCIS J. HINKEL (Continued from Last Week) A side excursion takes you to Kabah about 15 kilometres from "Uxmal. There are two signific- ant structures here one a mag- nificent arch which served as the entranceway to the city and the other the Temple of the Dwarf. The former is probably the best preserved arch in the entire area with most of its carvings plainly visible and some of its original plaster. Only the corners at the top have crumbled. Legend of Witch A delightful legend persists about the erection of the Temple of the Dwarf. In the forest lived a hideous witch. She was so hor- ribly ugly that no one could bear to look at her but she had a kind heart and realized her unfortunate plight. Of course she was lonely but she found an egg which she warmed until it hatched a tiny boy. At the end of a year he was full grown though only a ...

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