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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1965

WAR WHOOP Thursday. February 25 196S McMurry Defeats Midwestern 83-72 Page 4 Teams Meet Tonight In Playoff Battle McMurry's Indians gained sweet revenge and a one co-champion-ship Tuesday night as they .scalped the Midwestern Indians 23-72 in a jam-packed McMurry Gym McMurry plays Midwestern tonight at 8 p. m. at the Fort Worth Public School Gym to decide llio zono representatives in tho District 8 NAIA race McMurry gamed levenge for a (i.r)-(i.1 defeat the Wichita Falls Indians handed them earlier in the season Both teams finished legulalion one play with 5-1 records. Hussell Noll opened the game's .scoiing by diopping in a free tluow Soon the McM Indians weie holding a 3-0 lead Noll and Pieston Vice fueled McM's attack then until the halftime without lelinquislung the lead. Maintain Lead McM pulled away several times to as much as six-point leads but the MU Indaius slayed close behind John Ileniy Young the Wichita Indians' leading scorer (hopped in a short hook to pull within two ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1965

Ml' Spring Willson Lectures Set Next Week Religion in Life Seminars to Emphasise Higher Education A conglomeration of topics will confront McMurry students next week as the Spring Series of the Twentieth Annual Willson Lectures begin in chapel Tues- day. Two Methodist bishops and a university president will be on campus as Willson Lecture speak- ers. Bishop O. Eugene Slater opens the series with a discourse entitled Vocation: A Matter of Doing and Being. BISHOP O. EUGENE SLATER THE VOL. 42 ABILENE HVELJH Clubs Total 166 Initiation Season Eleven McMurry social clubs have received a total of 166 pledges for the spring semester initiation season with 94 women and 72 men inductees. Deans Sid Simpson and Arvalcc m j? . r j: i:' tr SH wa ' tfwM I TmM CHHttftteuJl WHAT WIND has the tophomore clan caught in the box? ask Bronda Sulllnger and Jorrel Elliott as they plan for the all-school party Friday night. A prize will be given to tho one who guesses what U in the box. Tuesday evening and W...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1965

WAR WHOOP Thursday March 4 1965 Sig " o imoKc nails "- Pago 2 PPil as seen by: 'iosV('S. wm&& T&-J0 Rkr "! XWr-. Hfe IIMSW i!f;P( i it- Kf APMINI5TKAT10H NE&ssL Vt.--r-ftF tfi W5EMT6- rSsllSSS -h FACULTY ifelW BWER --Wt SlUPEHTS Annual Visitor Returns With Outbreak of Spring SEA Elects Teague To State Committee LimKi Tc.igue was elected to the standing Committee of Organiza- tional Affairs of the Texas Stu- dent Education Association Con- vetition last week end This committee will plan the organization's activities and af- Englestad to Talk AtTSTAMeet Piofessor Paul Englestad has been invited to address the forth- coming Texas State Teachers As- .sociation Convention in Galves- ton March 11 and 12. His subject of discussion "The Hchcarsnl Stage or Is Your Choir Heady for the Concert?" was prompted by the fact that so many choral directors believe their choirs are ready for a con- cert when they have just memor- ized their music. Prof. Englestad will use the Ball High...

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

Thursday March 4 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 In Classroom Instruction Students On Other Side Of Apple Polishing Job By CHAIG GOODRUM Ninety-six McMurry seniors this semester are putting on the new shoes of a teacher for the first time. Sometimes the new peda- gogue needs a shoehorn. Always he learns that the shoes arc not loafers. The Growth industry whoso na- tional cost is second only to the expense for national defense has a firm root in McMurry. Nearly 70 per cent of the seniors plan- ning to graduate in June are now student teaching. The general program of student teaching in- cludes observation teaching and co-operative evaluation involving the student teacher the public n L.ETS GET SNOWED OK ACtff&r3g a. tBy i 'rSf sf"fea?' wn..j 1 m-A TYPE IN RHYTHM leminds Barbara Holland while leaching a typ- ing class during her student training. Clubs Total 166- (Continued from Page 1) Wood Carol Whitehurst Linda Whitton Karen Wylie and Jean Thomas. Six women pledging Gamma Sigma are Ginge...

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

WAH WHOOP Thursday. March 4 1965 J Pagt 4 Cinder men Open Outdoor Season McMurry clndcrmcn make their debut in outdoor competition Friday and Saturday at the 42nd annual Southwestern Recreational track and field meet at Fort Worth McMurry will enter 12 events In the meet against competition from Lamar Tech Gramblcy Texas Southern East Texas State Arlington State Howard Payne and others Coach Grant Tcaff's teams won the college division of the South- western lice titles in 1001 and 1063 and placed second in 10G2 Tcaff to Roferco Tcaff will serve as referee for the university college junioi GRANT TEAFF to roforco . . . Tennis Team Plays Today Opening up n 11-mect season today the McMurry tennis team journeys across town to meet the Hardm-Simmons nctters at 2 p m on the Cowboy courts Tuesday of next week McMurry hosts this Abilene Christian nct- tcrs and East Texas State visits McMuny Thursday March 13 Doc Hccvcs the top seeded Mc- Muny playei will team up with Kobcit Dardcn for the Tu...

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

President's Open House Dr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Bennett greet Kay Gray an Abilene student at the Willson Lec- ture open house in the new President's home on Tanglewood. The reception followed the evening's Fine Arts Program in Radford Auditorium. THE ABILENE. In Meeting Tuesday Trustees Accept Plan Ask Loan for McMurry College's board of trustees plans to seek a federal loan for the proposed million-dollar science building and to launch an active alumni program and did approve a $1704650 budget for 1965-66. The trustees also accepted a Master Plan prepared by Hare and Hare Associates of Kansas City outlining the location of fu- ture buildings on the campus and indicating possible changes in campus layout and landscaping. The 10-ycar plan proposes a fine arts center a field house- gymnasium the science building a student union and housing for married students. THE SCIENCE BUILDING is now pending on a $777150 federal loan which McMurry will apply for in the near future since the federal...

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

WAH WHOOP Thursday March 11. 1965 Page 2 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS HR-lll W& f'1 AarwrSMdLrZTZim "JJiW MO.YOUR LECTUee ISN'T BORING ME -ITls. flier THAT I HAVE TOSTUPj'FOf? AKOTH6R COlRSeTHIS PEfflOR - SmoKe Signals - Average American Needs Empithy for Fellowman B auimaii s )OW By RICHARD BAUMAN "TWENTY MEN ARE LOST wandering in the vicinity of Abilene. If you see or hear them please call KWKC." This unusual announcement was made "on the air" for KWKC listeners in the early early morning hours of Saturday. Ray Boring a resident of Buffalo Gap answered the re- quest telling the radio commentator that he had some nine- teen or twenty McMurry social club pledges at his home in dire need of a ride into town. "MY HOME IS A TWO-STORY WHITE HOUSE with a green roof a house that no one can miss" replied Mr. Boring in answer for directions to his house. Two listeners to the early morning show were Roger Loyd and Dude Melton both freshmen. Being good scouts they answered the call of dis tress o...

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

Thurfday. March 11 IfMj WAR WHOOP Page 3 SQUARE THAT CORNERI shouts Larry Brunner squlromaster for lha Ko Sari Knights as the nineteen pledges commence to eat their annual square meal. In Galveston Today Engelstad Conducts Music Clinic Today College Await Spring Literary Contests By CRAIG GOODRUM Victor Hugo said "I would rather be hissed for a good verse than applauded for a bad one." McMurry writers do not have to make such a choice because now is the time of the spring literary contests. Every category of college will be represented in the annual Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso ciation contest whose deadline is March 15. Included in the con- test entries will be journalism from the War Whoop the Totem and the Galleon as a whole publications and creative writings from individuals. This year the TIPA convention will be held at Texas Agricultural and Industrial University in Kingsville. Last year the War Whoop placed sec- ond in overall competition and Paul Engelstad is conducting ...

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

WAR WHOOP (Thursday March 11. 1965 Page 4 Cindermen Take Third at Fort Worth Fox Bonds F -.- '"vT?' fa Tribe Trackmen Prepare Fox Bonds Set Records Freshman Freddie Fox made n record breaking broad jump and senior David Bonds swept the hurdles events to lead the Mc- Murry track team to third place in the Ft. Worth Recreational Meet last week. McMurry chalked up 34 points at Ft. Worth to fall behind powerful Texas Southern with 53 and East Texas State with 42 Last year McMurry took eighth at Ft Worth. The Tribe's cindermen will be of to Commerce this week end for the All-Texas Meet at East Texas State. Fox Breaks Miller's Mark In his first outdoor meet of the season Fox leaped 24 feet 8 inches to take first place and break the track record (24-8V4) set by McMurry's Bill Miler in 1953. Fox a 6-4 200-pounder cleared 24 feet on three of his jumps at Ft. Worth with the record break- ing jump coming just after Herb Stevens (Texas Southern). Prior to last week Foxes' best jump in high scho...

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

Spring Presentation Unfolds Fantasyland Saturday in Radford "Fantasyland" will be the theme of this year's annual Woman's Interclub Council Picsentation as 91 women social club pledges are honored at tf o'clock Saturday evening in Radford Memorial Auditorium. THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOL. 42 ABILENE. THISH IS MY (hie) MAGIC SCARF explains Tom Wingfield to his sister Laura in tonight's Little Theatre production. The Glass Menagerie. Tom is played by Kerry Armstrong and Laura is por- trayed by Sandra Robneit. Glass Menagerie" Opens Tonight in Little Theater A recurrent classic of the American Theater The Glass Menagerie will reveal Tennessee Williams' belief that the tyranny of the past and the frus- tration of the present often dom- inate in this desolate and often cruel world. The play opens this evening at 8.00 in Old Main's Little Theatre. Venie Palatota as Amanda Wingfield (the mother) said "This most beautiful play of Tennessee Williams is a conflict between mother and son which coul...

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

March 25 1965 WAR WHOOP Page 2 Sinolse Signals - Why March in Selma? This week's Smolco Signals is wrillcn by one of its former edi- tors. Dun Turner. Mr Turner is a junior at the Perkins School of Thoology and wrote tho following nrliclo for a paper published by tho Sunday school class to which Dan belongs in Dallas. Trucii Austin is tho permanent editor for this section. By DAN TURNER Last week I participated in mm dies in Dallas County Texas and Dallas County (Solum) Ala- bama I would like to share with you my i caseins and icflec- lions not for the sake of self- tighleousncss or smugness but lierau.se I think it is my Christian witness I think almost all would agree that the racial problem in the U S and in Selma particularly is ci ideal People on every side au siiffciing and being beaten are being oppiessed and are being ostiacied fiom their com- munities. Last week after the bloody Sunday in Selma and after par- ticipating in student protest marches I began to wonder if theie ...

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

March 25 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Forensic Group Leaves Favorable Impression In Debate Tournaments &" m & fit sBhhM -Htf"ij1 iBB &- $gMt fe sfii&it r w BBSBha b BBiBBBsHBBM'f BBBliiBBB: HillllllHllVllBlKi THESE STUDENTS WILL DEBATE AT THE DROP OF A HAT. Pick it up and they will still de-1 -bate. Having won recognition in many forensic aactivilies the McMurry speakers with their coach are Swayre Pierce Loren Bcntley Grubb and Barbara East Flying Saucers Quasars Still Exist in Space Age By CRAIG GOODRUM Astronomy is not dead With the present concentration on near space due to the space race it is easy to forget theoretical and outer space investigation How- ever general considerations of the quest for the outer limit of space knowledge are as import- ant though not as pressing as immediate supremacy in near space Mount Palomar may rightly be called a monument to men's search for understanding THE WHOLE CONCEPT of our universe may have to be altered to account for a recent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 March 1965

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP March 25. 1965 Tribe Places in Relays Gets Set for Triangular Rebels Favor Strong Miler Having marked up another third in placing at the West Texas Relays List week the much im- piovcincd McMurry track team moves on to strong competition th s 1 inlay .it the Triangular Meet in Lubbock Texas TlcIi .ind Arlington will he the Tribe s .ible opponents in the lningulii Ailington won fouilh .it Odessa 1 ist week McMiiny will he favoicd in only foui events the 1J0 y.nd huh and 30-y.ud interim di iti huidlcs the OHO and the hnnd jump Dcplh-Jidcn Allusion blJlc will he the mi.Lt favoiitc Dnshos Will Be Closo The closest compLtition of the mitt in ly he the lOOjnrd eJash .uul the mile McMurry s Thorn is Hyde .mil Kenneth Deekaid should provide stiff competition foi T cell's Ken Colem.in and the lit hi Is' ltoniue l'lylo In the mile Arlington's Dale Urcnn.in will he favuicd on the sltini'th of his ietoiy in the West Te.is He lays ove i McMui- ry's Jimmy Rogeis Both lim- ners ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1965

BHHHPHE!PlV'rr!!5iflHIIHHHHHHHiHIIUM- 2s vJaP1 . b a i iMODei prize winner 5 peaks On Campus ftHHHHIm PLf Jir At& W' 'i fliBllliilllllllllllfii Jt-H vi BBBBBHBHWAHBBBBBBBi B tKZB3BHE"VHBBBBBBv&?VBBflBME Dr. Howard L. Hamsoy greeted Dr. and Mrs. E. T. S. Wallon as ihey arrived at the Abilene Municipal Airport earlier this week. Dr. Walton Nobel prize winner in physics spent two days on the McMurry campus addressing various civic groups and classes. At Polls Today Student Body Votes For Council Officers With only one office being un- contested candidates have filed petitions for student body officers. Three candidates for the presi- dency are Steve Mittlestet Jerome Doerrie and Rick von Ende. Running for vice-president arc Roger Ward Larry Brunnei and Erwin Preston. Ann Joyce and Kathy Lewis are vying for the office of secretary- treasurer. Lonnie Barberee is the lone candidate for head cheerleader. For President Steve Mittlestet Junior from Borger is a French major. He is a m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1965

Apiil 8 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 2 Smolkc Signals - Gambling Bill Opposed Editor's Nolo: Smoko Signals is a regular feature which attempts to present investigations of the current vital topics which so pro- foundly affect us today and in the future. Students and faculty members tiro invited to submit material to Truott Austin the permanent editor. By MARVIN ARNPRIESTER The hgisl.ituic of our state has iccuill been fated with u bill th it if passed would once again illow pan mutuel billing to cn- tei oui st itu Pan-mutucl bel- ling .iceoiding to Webstir is a foi in of betting on lioiscs in which those wlio bet on the win- ning horse shue the total stales liss i sm ill per cent to the imn- .iLcincnt 'I his bill is sponsoicd by the Itxis Racing Association width is minposcd of some of the wealthiest men of the slnte 'I best inin st tin to be interested only in g lining moie pctsoml money at Ihe ixptnso of the people of Ttxis 'I hue aie five leasons whv g imbling is wiong Inst of all gamblin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1965

April 8. 1965 WAH WHOOP Page 3 FASHIONS OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY Glenda Mcnofco models a dress from "Grandma's Day" while Joan Shaver lakes on iho modern look in her slacks and blouse. These styles and others will be shown Saturday morning at iho Wah Wahtaysee Fashion Show in Radford Social Hall. Wah Wahtaysee Sets Style Show Saturday Folk Group To Perform With Circus The Three Windjammers a McMurry folk singing group arc appearing with the International Magic Circus in its tour of West Texas cities this week. Tomorrow the circus will pre- sent a 4:00 matinee and an 8:00 evening show in Abilene High Auditorium. James Allen Winters producer of the circus is known through- out show business as the "m.-iknr of stars" having given such well I known stars as Buit Lancaster Robert Montgomery and many others their first professional engagements. Coming from San Ancelo and moving to Diownwood Saturday BOY THIS CHEMISTRY TEST IS HARD exclaim Richard Col- llie International Magic Circus is 'ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 April 1965

WAR WHOOP April 8. 1985 Darden and Reeves Spark Tribe's First Victories Pago 4 l . ?$ WU4'Si. hi BONDS HURDLES Going over the highs in priciicc. David Bonds won first in the 440-yard in- termediates at Iho Texas Relays setting a national mark for the year at 52.2. Bonds won a fourth in the 120-yard high hurdles at the meet. McMurry Places In Relays Bonds Sets National Mark David Bonds raced to a first place in the 440-yard hurdles and the Tribe as u le.im turned in u surprising performance last week- md in the Texas Relays as Mc- Murry continues to build its track program. The Indians who qualified relay teams in the 440 880 mile and .sprint medley as well as Bonds in the 120-yard and 440-yard huidles made a comeback from last year's poor showing at the Teas Relays McMurry will participate in the Howard Payne Invitational track meet tins Saturday. Couth Giant Teaff's charges will be rated thud behind East Texas and Ar- lington State in the meet. Dirty Shirts In Bowling lntiamural ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 April 1965

UURflK W McMUrKY 10LLE6F RE isssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss'to J$Pa'"'3 ? ? w?liJi mIh Chanters to Offer Immortal Requiem In Radford May 4 PUSHING THEIR CAMPAIGN PROMISE io provide popular professional entertainment for the stu- dent association are newly elected student council officers Steve Mittlcstei president; Lonnio Bar- barce head cheerleader; Kathy Lowis secretary-treasurer; and Erwin Preston vice-president. THE McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 29 1965 NO. 23 Between Students-Faculty Dr. Bennett Advocates Better Communications "I will do everything possible to help you have a radio sta- tion." This statement made by President of McMurry College Dr. Gordon Bennett reflects the establishment of better Student Association Administration com- munications. Dr. Bennett in n well-received talk to a joint session of the Stu- dent Association Monday out- lined the goals of McMurry policy from the general topic of moral values to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 April 1965

WAR WHOOP April 29 1S65 Pane 2 m finals -arawJp ( Wgm wvteKrwit tJj BRINGING IN THE COKES for tho Big Wig Parly is Richard Bau- man managing editor of the War Whoop. All tho students on work programs upstairs in tho Macdgon Administration Building staged tho party for McMurry's administraiivo officials and their secretaries. )JT STUDENTS IN THE MAEDGEN BUILDING BESIEGED tho McMurry administration just before the Easter holidays. The instigator of this activity was the illustrious editor of the War Whoop who secretly met with a band of co- workers in the back room of the public relations department to plan a small office party for the hard-working peons up- stairs in the administration building. As the group plotted and schemed the small office party turned into a big wig affair for everyone in the administration building. STUDENT SPIES from the various offices in the build- ing congregated in the War Whoop headquarters to design posters and to devise their method of attack. BEHIND C...

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

April 29. 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Unusual Garden Blooms Easter Vacation (p illlB ""TO. BKI . FINALLY GETTING TO WORK after sitting in the administrative assistant's chair and the library. Dr. Joe Humphrey and Joe Easterly help keep McMurry'i Beauty Spot in tip-top condition. Students Show Paintings At Fine Arts Museum McMurry College art students will begin their annual art show at the Abilene Fine Arts Museum in Fair Park Sunday afternoon between 2 and 5 p. m. The show will run every afternoon between 3 and 5:30 through Thursday May 6. Students of Mrs. Rusconl Mr. J. Robert Miller Mrs. Gencvia von Ende and Mr. Sherwood Suter will have oils watercolors figure drawings designs and ceramics on display. The McMurry art faculty will also have a showing with the stu- dent show. InluB By DR. JOE C. HUMPHREY and MR. JOE EASTERLY While most students were home for the Easter Vacation Spring descended upon the Res- ervation as McMurry's beauty spot the Iris Garden burst forth with all its color...

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