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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1951

SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP New Wah Wahtaysees To Be Initiated Monday Sixteen prospective members of Wah Wahtnysee will be Initiated Monday evening at r:45 p m. in the Rock Garden and then go to the St. Paul Youth To Have 'Grid-Party1 Students of McMurry ale In- vited to a party at St. Paul Meth- odist Church tomorrow night at 7:15 in the new Fellowship Hall. Highlight of the evening will be listening to the McMurry-MlsMs-sippi game. Games and singing arc also planned says Bob Epps president of the MYF. Paul McCarty and Audlc Merrill are In charge of the first social of the year and also the first social to be held in the new building. McMurry students held commun- ion in the Hall last Sunday night. Officers of the young people are Bob Epps president; Sara Dickin- son and Troy Parnell vlce-prcsl-dc.its; Florlnc Houcy Wlllctta Hill and Betty Sue Widencr secreta- ries; DorU Johnson and Jim Bales worship chairmen; Paul McCarty and Jarne Klrby recreation; Iris Kendall and Judy Duvall com- mun...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1951

THE BRILLIANT ONE LETTER-WRITER CONTEMPLATES JUMPING OFF HIGH BUILDING Dear B.O.: Here I sit on top of the Empire State Building contemplating sui- cide. Nobody cares about me no- body loves me nobody wants me around. I am all alone in this world I was an unwanted child. My parents had always wanted a dog. What did they Ret? Me a mere human being; a bouncing: baby boy. In fact tliey called me Bounc- er. It was a fitting name. Father and I used to play handball togeth- er. I was the ball. Let me relate to you the tragic event which caused me to decide to end It all. I was six months old at the time. Mother was feeding me. As she emptied the remainder of the CJro-Pup into my bowl I I C. M. I'RESLEy Jeweler 209 Pin.' o msne DRIIVI. IN 1 U 1 Bull. i. ml C. I.. KANOrORD CAvncr i STOP BY T. 6. Carter's Service Station for Friendly Courteous Service Complete Line of Tires Batteries Accessories SOUTH Mth&SAYLES noticed that her eyes were not crossed as usual. Mother was 111. She died tw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1951

smas329&&sG&i&i&ii$i)t Sports-Scope by Orlo Mltchrll THIS WEEK END McMURItYS KcxrTBALLEUS W1LL.JOURNEY ti Mississippi lor their first out-of-state contest of the your. De- spite thi fiets tu the record books which Indicate a little less than average performance by the In- dian!) this year our boys have at times looked like a first-rate b.ill club. Perhaps this will be the game In which we begin to hit our prime. But before we get our hopes too high ve must remember that the Southerners of Hnttlchutg have held L8U and Carswell Air Force Base two of the Smith's most powerful ball clubs to scores of 13-0 and 26-0 respectively and that they got all over and In be- twixt Eastern Carolina College. But here's hopln' . . . WR WENT UP ON THE AD BUILDING MONDAY NIGHT to watch the beautiful West Texas sunset and whom (that right Miss Chris?) should we see but the football team. We were unable to enjoy the beauty of nature for the screams and moaning of the dying. Seriously ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1951

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday October 5 1951. LsiiiimS'' ssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM tote. JS Lsiiiifl SHOWN SWINGING Til KIR PARTNERS are the last year's Oliver Bush this week for the first time and will gather again of the Student Life Center to get the year's activities started CAMPUS EXCHANGE ANTI-POLITICIAN CLUB ORGANIZED ON SOUTHERN METHODIST CAMPUS by Cathy Braird According to the Stratford Trav- eller a new club has been formed on the Southern Methodist Univer- sity campus. It's the AFDP- the American Federation of Disgusted Politicians and the only require- ment for membership is a simple pledge: "I am through with school politics." An article In The Skiff TCI! college paper reveals that mon- itor In Tom Broun Hall are asking for Information leading to the arrest of those guilty of snipping Venetian blind cords In the passageways of the dormi- tory. "This practice" said the head monitor "makes for a rather untidy atmosphere In which our resident gentlemen may fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1951

Who's Who Election Slated "& Exams to Bt Held Kngllsh proficiency examinations will be given today in the Radfoid Memorial Auditorium in the Ad- ministration building at 1 o'clock sharp announces Registrar Jci- ome Vannoy. Any student who is a Junior cither a transfci or home-grown is eligible to take the examination. Everyone must pass this test be- fore graduation he stated. Names of those who need to take the test arc posted on the bulletin board. If thiir name Is not among these 129 juniors and seniors and there is a possibility that the name should be on the list please check at the regis- ter's office to be sine Vannoy went on. Students arc icqulicd to biing five cents for a bluebook and a fountain pen full of ink. No pen- cils will be allowed. It is the re- sponsibility to take the test at the correct time Vannoy pointed out. It is wise to take the proficiency examination early enough after achieving junior standing so that possible failure might be remedied by retaking t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1951

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP GiffeaCffoAe oh tie &mfiuA Know the biggest joke on the campus? that's right "Wear that Slime cap" "Stay off that grass Slime" and other traditional freshman duties. They all mean exactly nothing. Know who's the butt of the joke? right again upper- classmen. It's so funny that the upjwrclassmcn are even laugh- ing at themselves. It isn't fair to blame the "fish." If some brute tells me to wear a nasty green beanie but doesn't care whether I do it or not I wouldn't do it either it's only natural. True some action has been taken against male Slimes who are caught without their caps but as soon as they splash the water of the fish pond they are automatic martyrs heroes. What's a little cold water as compared with all the publicity by conversation that will go around? It's worth it. It's the same old story the same old editorial and will probably get the same old results but we blast away anyhow. UPPERCLASSMEN YOU ARE PALLING DOWN ON THE JOB. Tomorrow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1951

SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Seventy-Five Attend McMurry Faculty Picnic Ovci 71 members of the Mc- Murry faculty nnd thcli families attended u plenie Monday after- noon hosted b the Dames Club the oiganirnttnn inmposcd of fae- ult wlcs Retreat Inn and entertainment prior to the picnic meal was di- rected b Mrs. Andrew C. Rock- Sixtttn Pltdgts Formally Initiated Sixteen pledges were formally initiated into Wah Wahtayaee women s serxiee organization on Monday evening In the Rock Gai- deti and Miss Vemic Newman became an associate member With Joyce Kobertn presiding the following girls were pinned with the Wah Wahtaysee flnfl . Beth Jonrn Bllll. (land) Lauri Tucki r Jane Ann Stccn By rtlle Went Barbara Walden Anne C lark IrU Kendall Jnnclle Sto- all Janice Thompson Barbara Sublet! Lynn Manning Cath- erine KoMr Marly n Wright Sarah Widmer and Marian Pe- ihaeck. Miss Willie Mac Christophir sponsor presented Miss Newman as a new associate member and weleomcd the women to the or- ganization Follo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1951

Page4 The WAR WHOOP Friday October 12 1951. Tfav Veto Get Stotto Mr. Ruth Schacfcr has been elected as new sponsor of Delta Beta Kpsllon. In a candlelight setting Jan Black presided over th Initia- tion ceremony In the home of the. club mother Mm. Howard Eas- ter. Beginning her fourth year at McMurry Mrs. Schacfcr Is asso- cia'c professor of French and Gci- man. She received her B.A.. M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. While at Baldwin Wallace Col- lege in Ohio Mrs. Schacfcr was dean of women and also held the same position that she now has at McMurry. She studied one sum- mer in Europe and another in Mon- treal Canada. At North Texan state Teach- Future Tachrs Now 50 Strong Approximately 50 students have joined Future Teachers of Amer- ica announces Dr. Andrew W. Hunt sponsor. By joining the organisation these professionally minded stu- dents become affiliated with the Texas State Teachers Association and the National Education Asso- ciation. They are also e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1951

INDIANS BEGIN TC SEASON SPORTS The WAR WHOOP teaMMtosocgwwgaacfrtswttsgawgwafrwg Sports-Scope by Orlo Mitchell CONFERENCE PLAY FOR McM begins this week with Texas A&I the victims in the only TC game thus far unreeled. The Hogs lost the game from Howard Payne on a bad pass from center which gave HPC the win 0-7. DESPITE THE LOP - SIDED LOSS at the hands of Mississippi Southern 54-7 the Indians looked brilliant in the air. It has been quite some time since McMurry has featured an aerial show but with Jowell and Dean doing the flinging we may be taking to the air more often. BUDDY FORNES of broken col- lar bone fame Is recovering from his Injury without the use of a cast. A metal pin was Inserted In the bone so he is not having PREDICTIONS Williams Grabs $1 Predicts 16 Last week saw Gene Williams come out on top in this ptedictlons column with 16 correct ones. Come on by the publicity office and pick up your buck Gene. Williams was followed closely by Richard Deats with 15 and a ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1951

The WAR WHOOP Friday October 12 1951. Page 6 Weekly Devotionol 3 Rtquiremtnts For Discipltship "How much will It cost?" Is a famlllnr expression nnd wc have ifli'ii used it when wc buy. This statement in also lived by many people when they arc thinking about becoming n Christian yhnt will It cost mc to be like this Man of God? The cost of becoming a Christian is high and there is no price ceiling for anyone. To all it means giving up something that wc might think valuable; yet when We give up our valuables wc ob- tain something more precious. Jesus came that we might have a better life filled with joy peace love and understanding. If wo want to have this pre- cious life with Thrift! what then would ho Ills requirements? I think that tho first Mop that wo would have to take would ho for us tn denounce our "statu quo" and acrept tho challenge of Christ. Wo would need to despise the way wo wore living and desire hotter life. No one ran lie a disciple of Ills and not meet this first mea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1951

Who's Who List Revealed BIO YKAR AHKAD These freshman officers seem well pleased that their classmates have chosen them to lead the "Slime" class during 1951-52. They are left to right: David Stephens president; Jo Ann Stockton representative to the Student Council; Margaret Riddle secretary-treasurer; and Bill Atkins vice-president. the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday October 19 1951. 'Indian' Theme Homecoming Plans Made by Council Clubs Exes returning to McMurry for homecoming Nov. 10 will And something new in the way of homecoming activities. An Indian Reservation theme has been adopted by the Student Council and representatives of the organizations on the cam- pus. One big TeelVe will be cen- tered on the block north of the Student Life Center and smaller TeePees representing all organ- isations and clubs who wish to participate will be scattered In Indian fashion around the Stu- dent Council TeePee. In front of this will be burning a council Are to be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1951

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Friday October 19 1951. ghtttn 76xt &xU India? Tomorrow night is the night!!! It's the ACC game and it will be plenty rugged. A popular question preceding this tyjc of grudge game is "What is it that makes those guys willing to take all that punishment." It would be impossible to give the complete answer but we do see the answer in practice every day in our democracy. We see the desire to win as well as the ability to accept defeat. We see the advantage of unity and cooperation and the importance of conscientious practice and endeavor on the part of each participating individual. And we see the necessity of recognition for a job well done realizing that all anyone can give is his best. America recognizes these qualities in the sports world as well as in other realms. They are qualities which must be cul- tivated with the realization and appreciation of the fact that they are reflected by the hard-fought competition on football field as well as in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1951

Page 3 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday October 19 1951. by Scott BronkHhlrv "I enjoy counseling because It helps young people solve pioblems ami keeps pioblems fiom arising" stated Mrs. Phil R Chappell Mc- Muny's ilenn of women Inst week. Mm Chappell tlnds many or- castons for lounselliiK. for she ts "go-between" women students and the dormitory hostesses and fac- ulty. The occasion for complaining has been lessened this year by the new regulations for women dormi- toiy students she says. The new Volunteers Given Breakfast by Huffs Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Huff sponsois of Volunteers were hosts for a breakfast last week with 31 attending. Highlight of the program was a devotional given by Jean Seller on "Tomorrow." Those present were: Marthlel Middlebrook Gayncll Cleckler Norma Gibson Wllla Hitchcock Doris Kent Vlrignia Wooten Bet- ty Foster Patsy Deason Judy Duvall Knthcrlne Poper Nlta Smith. Wanda Todd Wllletta Hill Annette Wright Eleanor Dunnam Lota Butchee Edna Mae Sell Kay Matthew" D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1951

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday October 19 1951. Stage Crew for 'Noah' To Suffer Hectic Week lt Luther Walker lt's that tlmp of the year again. If you've passed the little white building just west of the Book- store you probably wontlct what Is the cause nf all the organized confusion. The truth of the matter la the stagecraft class Is at It again. They arc busily working on the McMuny Theatic's first produc- tion "Noah" to be given October McM Indian Band Tours Plains Towns The McMurry Indian Band ap- peared In Lamesa and Urownfleld n Wednesday and Thursday of this week. In Lamcs.i the band was greet- ed by .lack Hampton a foul -year ex-member of the band who Is director of youth work at the First Methodist Church whole a sacred concert was presented. Specials in the church were choruses of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" "Onward Christian Soldiers" and n quartet singing "Animals" and "Talk Abont Jcjusalem" both Negro spirituals. In Brownfleld the band marched in a street parade alon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1951

TRIBE MEETS A.C.C. WILDCATS SPORTS The WAR WHOOP A&l Javelinas Best McMurry Tribe 20-14 McMurry's Texas Conference crown hopes received n severe Jolt as the Indians were administered a 20-14 whipping by Texas A&I Javelinas list Siturd.iy night. The Javelinas struck lightniuc SURK - FOOTED Eddie Hodges above kicked his sixth extra point of the year against the Javelinas. Basket Workouts Now Under Way Basketball began Oct. 8 with twelve boys reporting for prac- tice to Coach Mel B. Jowcll. The basketballers me woiktng out about two hours every after- noon. The following make up the twelve: T. D. Hamilton Jack Hen- derson Eddie Behrcns Dick Rick- ey Orlo Mitchell Charles Cara- way Jim Jowell Ed Cooper Don Landrum Dub Johnson Bob Hays and Fred Shelton. Several others will report after football season according to Jow- ell. The Indian hoopsters open their season Nov. 26. Sports-Scope by Orlo Mitchell We lost one the rough way last Saturday but those things happen. It's past time ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1951

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday October 19 1951. THE BRILLIANT ONE LETTER-WRITER COMPLAINS SHE OWNS MALADJUSTED PET Dear Brilliant One: My problem concerns my pot ti- ger Rcginnld. Hnvc yon ever had a maladjusted tiger for a pet? If yon hiiven't yon me an extremely fortunate person. Reginald was Mich a cute kitten. He was just n little ball of yellow and black striped fur. Why I never heard a roar out of him until two or three months ago. Now that he lias iciched four years of age he h.is just begun to pout and express himself very vociferously. When- ever he doesn't get his way he (lies into one of his tantrums. Really his behavior is becoming oflensive to all of our friends. The other night my husband Lancelot and I were entertaining the Can.ist.i Local No. 30. One of the nrile quests had gone nut into the kitchen for a drink of water when we heard a piercing scream. 1 then remembered that Reginald was back In the kitchen asleep in the deep freeze. After finishing my hand I sauntered ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1951

MORE ELECTIONS TUESDAY ReligiousEmphasisWeek Commences Monday Religious Emphasis Week will begin at McMtu ry College Monday with the Rev. Walter K. Ken pastor of the Mirvin Methodi.it Church of Tylet solving as the speaker. The Rev. Kerr will addiess the students each moimn at 8:00 thirugh Friday pigli' at 7:00 p.m. nt the Aldcrsgatc Methodist Church here on the campus. Monita) Wednesday Friday: M:00-8:ft0 chaM1; 9:00-9:40 flntt period; 9:4S-I0:2S second po- rnld; 10:30-11:10 third period; I1:lft-I1:A5 fourth porlrol. Tucwdaj Thursday: 8:00-8:50 chapel; 9:00-10:35 flrttt period; 10:30-1 1:55 second period. Monday Miss .Tacquc Nell Hunt- er will sing "How Beautiful Upon the Mountains." The Chanters will sing "Draw Us to Thee" by Chris- tiansen on Tuesdiy. BUI Schooler Is soloist Wednesday. Thursday the Chanters will sing "To Thee We Sing" by Tkach. Soloist for the last day is Marvin Clynch a freshman. Miss Mary Helen H.iyes THURSDAY ACC Sponsors Quartet Contest Quartets from four Abi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1951

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Friday October 26 1951. SENIOR PORTRAITS HOMECOMING!!!! Just one of the things at McMurry that needed to be streamlined that's homecoming. For years the Reservation has been in a rut on this "most important of important" times. Each year we have a bonfire that we face until well done and then we turn our backs to be burnt to a crisp. Naturally lots of moaning and gnashing of teeth is and will take place because we're having no bonfire but here's two points. First the Abilene Fire Marshal says "No" and secondly the Student Council has something better. The general idea is to centralize McMurry's homecoming activities around our theme the Indian theme. The answer is a Tceee Village. There's to be a central Student Council Tee- hjc and smaller ones by various clubs. Plans are incomplete to date but other changes are to be made. The freshmen will keep a small council fire burning from Thursday night until gametime Saturday (It's almost as easy for invaders...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1951

Page 3 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP ir ' u V.A. WP Mr V If ftp ww BiilSSHi A' 5 ss vSL THEY NEVER HAD TIIEIK PICTURE TOOK Looking straight into the camera lens is this group at last week's All School party. Next function is a Hallowe'en party slated for Monday Nov. 5. Women's Social Clubs Make Entertainment Plans Homecoming and picnics weie major topics of discussion at the women's social club meetings this eek. Each of the clubs Delta Beta Epsilon TIP Gamma Sigma and Kappa Phi are having tee- pees in the homecoming activities. DKITA BETA Delta Beta is planning their flisl social event of the year n pic- nic for a week fmm today. Junn- ila Staggs is chairman for the affair and her assistants ae Ei- lene Hendrickson and Bonnie Mc- Donald. TIP In the home of exes Emily Lcil- better and Fiances TIP met to f... GCOD Wteti. I ATS it's Big Chief Cafe M07 Sayles iw pas ftcctras ccwa ccwsa gspgvs ccwas ccw l SPECIAL PURCf IASE of lovely J tj lovely LarkwooJ sheer no.-c $1.00 pair. g P SbcsS-ll The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1951

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday October 26 1951. House f Cooperation 'Cooperation Plus' Motto At Sallie C. Boyce Hall by Iris Kendall If yon nie looking for coopcin- tlon you will iliul it nt ShIIIp C. Boyee Hall. The 24 girls whit live in tin i-oopvrullvr dorm with Mm. Ailu ('. Wilkin make it a real home. There Is organized work fur t'cryonr and it Is done in a friendly atmosphere thut makes line enjuy living there. An one girl said "It In our home." Investigation of the dorm proves that n daily schedule worked out for the cooperative dormitory. A regular day begins with two girls cooking breakfast and three wash- ing dishes afterwards. At 8 o'clock two girls set the table for the noon meal put meat on to cook and prepate the dessett. At 9 o'clock two girls make the salad and prepare vegetables for the noon meal. At 11 o'clock two girls fry meat finish cooking the vege- tables and get the meal on the table. Again three girls wash the dishes. Then at five o'clock three girls prepare sup...

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