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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1963

a Tuesday, November 7, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five S. >s 9 o 3 is )f CLUB & CAMPUS FASHIONS A well planned wardrobe is the only real guarantee of a well- dressed appearance. A common mistake made by young m,en is to buy clothes that attract them considering how they'll fit in with the clothes they already own. "Nt^rdi^fce buying" doesn't mean bankrupting yourself buying matpireJl sets of everything at once, but fhe suits, shirts, ties, shoes'and hats you buy this Fall must coordinate and complement each other. Let's take a lopk at your new wardrobe for Fall. NATURAL SHOULDER, NATURALLY— The natural shoulder silhouette remains the outstanding fashion favorite among young men this Fall, cut on straight-hang- ing'lines, with center-vented jackets, flapped pockets and narrow, medium length lapels. Generally they'll be seen in three button models, but the influence of vigcihrous New Frontier styling has oc- casioned some trend toward two button jackets. Trousers are tapered ant} pl...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1963

1 ti ' PegeSix THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 12, 1963 # Rams Will Host NAIA Golf Meet AGAIN . . . WE WON. The invincible seniors recovered from last week's defeat by the sophomores, beat the freshman and retained their championship crown. They will suit out one more time in their make-shift uniforms to face the all-star team. Photo by Marcei's John Henry & Go. Saddle Rams With 156-113 Loss in Practice The Ram basketball team re- "He's an Ail-American," sighed "Weber was our only bright ceived a rtfde awakening last week Coach Hanebutt. ".No doubt about spot," he said. "Our defense was in its first test under fire of the it, he's one of the better boys poor, our fast break wasn't work- season — a scrimmage session with we'll run up against all season." ing, and our rebounding was very Midwestern University at Wichita Irvin Rue, one of the Ram play- poor. In fact, it was an all-around Falls. *ers, also had praise for -Young, poor performance. The two teams played three 20- "Up unt...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1963

& ,^±2Ss juogf oro'';' 1 . :.. Li>:KrW We RAMBLER % xaS lUcdleifan FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 (T o ffecjc . / / VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 1963 No. 9 Vt IBM Lover Matching Machine Picks Ideal Mate IBM day has :®lived! Today is ono of special importance tor all you species known as unattached males and fensiles. In fact, it may committee. u Other members of the commit- tee are John Giesler, Susan JcffThs- ton. Lynn Releford, Rick Weiner be the turning point in your whole and Kay VVarlow. life- " A small fee of 50c will be charg- For today the Project 64~cbm- ed to pay for the questionnaire, mittee is giving all ot you celibate processing and the expense of the creatures a golden opportunity to ibm party to be held December 3. find that boy or girl who is sup- The fee must be paid when you picflQ^p the quest it^gaire. W a _ mere 50c when you may meet hat is YOU MEAN I GOT JOE?—Rosanne Harvey looks at the results of her IBM mate-matching question...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1963

t'age Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 19, 1963 WorJStu.JarJ, ffLl &. (Choice of individual There is a disturbing tendency in the United States to regulate collectively matters which fit more readily into the jurisdiction of individual integrity or individual enterprize. This communual prevalence has not been restricted to our economic welfare, but has come to include our moral standards as well. . There is nothing wrong with morality: but there is some- thing wrong about an attempt to force a uniform code- of morality upon everyone. Excessive morality is as bad as none at all, and if we compulsorilv extend our own moral precepts upon anyone else then it has reached excessive proportions. The basic Christian ideals were originally more in the nature of individual temperance and obedience rather than cooperative regulation. The attempted removal of a tempta- tion has never been an effective deterrent and. more than likely, never will be. It might do well for us to keep this in m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1963

963 O: Tuesday> November 19, 1963 _J H E R AMBLER Hili Muy Bueno! Spanish Class Comparison Shows Beginners, Advanced Running Closely nrv ?Entiendo osted? — This- is n " \quest.ion asked most frequently Jl>y Dr. Vera Maxwell, teacher and head of TO'C's Spanish depart- ment. For those of you who do not ■ lOU- een iler. ait- and | i he SiVO I; ner. f i hi is libit erts or- nist er £ The- I lent eet £ ■ to pck, als (act lip" * nd- f as | tch he l' Ihe | ipe- ind m>! PT un- i or I /all I ■Will ; iod. V H wn ma, I hat )ck, i ind ler- \ is | old | er- 1 at- 11 ep- I red I he" | on- t uc- lat his in(J ave ind ast oy, rry ind son Students Entertain For State Meeting TO'C's, professional and semi- professional entertainers perform- ed for the state convention of the Red Cross held at Hotel Texas last Friday night.- Dr. Wallace B. Graves, assist- ant to the president, procured the booking and Mr. Mason Johns&ri.tf head of the speech department, produced the show. Dr. Donald Bellah...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1963

t. <.' - -J) Page hour THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 19, 1963 Baa Baa, Black Sheep Oh sing and rejoice, ye scholars, nine weeks' torture week has finally culminated. And isn't it comforting to know that these grades you sacrificed health 'and "* sanity for don't mean anything. There's nothing permanent about these marks of scholastic ability. Tell your parents that, if you have the nerve the go home for Thanksgiving. Tell ..your par- ents that, if you can control the palsied speech defect you devel- oped from taking too many stim- ulants. % . Tell the world that these grades that put "the faculty at one. an- other's throat® are incdnsequetv tiai: -So the faculty members are} rising up in anger against one an- other, so they're planning to. boy- cott one another is "little dinners," so they're having their children bad mouth the other faculty chil- dren ... It's not a big thing. • • None of this goes on the record.. And it doesn't go on the record when a teacher gives two differ- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1963

# Tuesday, November 19, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five - 1 FACULTY, STUDENTS, AND CHILDREN took pagf in the frolicking, fun-filled activities of Fun Night on campus last Friday night. Sponsored by the Project '64 Committee of the Student Association, the evening was full of games ranging from ping-pong and dominoes to basketball and dancing. Members of the WSO cared for the small children while their parents joined in the festivities for a relaxing and exercising evening. —Photo by Marcel's. M Institute Offers Full-Year Courses; 0Hna^:,j®, Also Provides Opportunity for Travel Dr. Stephens Cites Boom Era in Speech Illustriqus' happe'hings of a boom- ins era in local history were cit- ed by Dr. John R. Stephens, as- sociate professor of social science, last Tuesday evening at a joint meeting; of the Tarrant County Historical Society and the Fort Worth Genealogical Society. Speaking on "Fort Worth Dur- ing World War I," Dr. Stephens discussed the establishment of Camp Bowie, the training o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November 19, 1963 St Cagers To Launch Season HOOSIERS ON THE RAM ROSTER this season are front row, left to right, John Giesler and Bob Merder, and back, same order, Keith Prather, Don Willis, Buddy Graham and Don Bates. —Photo by Marcel's © SUPPLIES COACH, PLAYERS Rams Owe Big. Debt . o % To State of !ndiana by Bill Ramsey Rambler Sports EcftToT 0 " Texas Wesleyan College owes a great deal of the credit for its basketball success in recent years to the state of Indiana. Coach Elmer Hanebutt, who is in his eighth year of masterminding the -college's basketball program, hails from Indiana via the town of Huntingburg. His backbround in the Hoosier State, hailed nationally as a basketball hotbed, has un- doubtedly had a favorable influ- ence on his coaching .record, as well as his recruiting program. * In his previous seven years at the TWC helm, the coach has guid- ed his teams to three outright fiig State Conference championships— the most recent being, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 November 1963

jUDGi Who More Than Self Their Country Loved * !M • communique by jeremy walker -There is nothing more to be said. Surely the millions of words lhat have been printed and spoken during the last tragic week-end have more than covered anything that we could write in an attempt at a meaningful message to the student body. And if those words have some- how still failed to convey our true feelings it can only be because mankind has yet to develop a language with the ability to ex- press the depth of a human be- ing's capacity for despair. „ But, as our President himself often observed, there is a time for speech and a time for action. I believe that the time for speak- ing is past, and that we are faced with a new challenge that can only be met with clear and delib- erate action. If this action be di- rected to those ideals for which he lived — freedom and equality for all in a world of peace and justice — then we know that our president has not died in vain. Let us then tear down our ow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 November 1963

fage Two THE RAMBLER Wednesday, JMovember 27, 1963 the J ^resident 2>eaJ? Five minutes before the beginning of. this Writing,, the * President of the United States died in Parkland Hospital— Dallas, Texas. Yet did the President really die, or did a mortal man die? To the American people, John F. Kennedy represented not merely a symbol of man and life,' but rather an ideal that thousands of Americans spilled their blood for through every battlefield in the world. John F. Kennedy stood for every\ Democratic principle that we, as a free people, pursue today. The man .who pulled the trigger — did he actually think that in five brief minutes he could cut down liberty,- jus- tice, and equality for all mankind by* the brutal murder of one man? V—/ His answer lies within the reaction of the people to his radical causg — the. stillness of the campus succumbing only to the whisper of'the wind, the glistening tears in the eyes of the students, the silent prayers felt in the hearts of all as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 November 1963

?nj^?- Iborn lathy, 1 Lau-" Jtcliff. Id es- Edgar liven, |y ro- lovo im- Id in [ions, the two Issful Ind I lill is Im&c- first are and Innde iris I one- ■ium 18:15 Red l-kets leket lack- ed Intial ?u'an elii?- Ihich lies: |ys ol- liuir. lie brie-; pays of for leat- Iiust be rate of | The on I but pure ama llac® leet Iree llifi ofl Its' |ni<« Wednesday, November 27, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three lt(| panH ; I [on I 1 I TWC English Professor Has Largest Collection of 'Moby Dick''vm World The world's largest collection of different editions of MO fa* DICK is contained right, here at Texas Wesleyan College. Dr. H. Howard Hughes, head of the languages and literatures de- partment, started collecting the many editions of Herman Mel- ville's MOBY DICK because of his own great interest in the sub- ject. There were 248 items in the Hughes collection of editions, adaptations, and ..translations be- fore Dr. and Mrs. Hughes left for their summer trip last June. No items new to the collect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 November 1963

Page hour L M. THE RAMBLER Wednesday, November 27, 1963 Baa Baa, Black Sheep by Rosanne Harvey Orf, the hail you say . . . the rain you say . . . uo^ they not excuses, to remain in "The student center a few extra minutes be- fore_ assembly? Heaven forfend. Naught shVdl keep the center from closing down as the clock marks 10:30 on as- sembly days no matter what state the weather or your health is in. So a flash flood has sent Boa/, Hall canting off like the Ark, as long as the auditorium stands, you student's get out there and stroke' like channel swimnlPi-s until you ■can see the blue and gold of the •seats. Grease your body if neces- sary „ perhaps bouy yourself up a little with a Mae West, but don't delay the closing of the student center. I?pP^r when snows fall nnd-Uic wintry breezes whip smdl chil- dren ..and -old ladies' off their feet, surely we can procure enough well-lighted dog sleds to get us out of the Student center in time i hr t ime- msctous to appeas management. And w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 November 1963

M *> Wednesday, November 27, 1963 THE RAMBLER Paqe Five Psychology Prof Specializes in Growth, Development at Child Study Center SPECIALIST IN CHILDREN and their growth and development is Dr. Wyatt Stephens, education and psychology prof at TWC. Dr. Stephens evaluates the educational pattern of multiple handi- capped children and works out school placement for them. —Photo by Joe Farley Marine Corp Selection Team To Visit Campus for Interviews on Dec. 3-4 The United States Marine Corps Officer Selection Team will be visiting the campus cfh Dec. 3 and 4 for the purpose ( of inter- viewing students who may be in- terested in the various Marine Of- ficer, Candidate Programs. The team will be located in the Student Center,, and all members will be available for informal talks or interviews throughout, the en- tire day. One unique feature of 1he Ma- rine Corps Officer Candidate, Pro- gram should be pointed out to any student now planning to com- plete liis military obligation. This pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 November 1963

PdgeSix THE RAMBLER Wednesday, November 27, 1963 i€ 32 >1 1 nv. ' WV • r MMS If 'St a tti« ,; ., ? er 14 13 a SI i.i; «*Ms mhs ^ ' ft. ;• ■P* :Hm ||^' •v..-. .. Speakers Further Image Through Talks for TWC THE 1963-64 EDITION of the TWC basketball team is pictured here. The Rams are, front row, left to right: Bob Merder, David Weber, Keith Prafher, Don Bates, Larry (Buddy) Graham, James (Pete) Brown, Larry Phelps, David Helbing and John Giesler. Back, same order: coach Elmer Hane- butt, trainer Victor Powell, Don Willis, Marvin Picha, Edward (Stick) Goetr, Irvin Rue, Graham Davis and assistant coach Walter Langston. The purpose of the Speakers of T\VC is to further the image of TWC by making outstanding stu- dents available to the public for speaking engagements. The Speak- ers are governed, organized, and managed by tlie Speaker's com- mittee of the Student Senate- Gary W. Grimes, a senior busi- ness administration major, ful- filled the first speaking engage- ment. The title of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1963

RJ § 4* THE RAMBLER ZJcxaS 1'Uesleyan CJLlc FIRST PLAGE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1963 NO. 11 y -" >;K„ it. Wi , ■ P i !<m .m m m s Chorus To Present 'Messiah' Dec. 15 The annual presentation of the "Messiah" will be Sunday, Dec. 15, ;tt 5-p.Vn. at Polytechnic Metho- dist Church. The Texas Wesley an College Chorus and Orchestra and the Chancel Choir of Polytechnic Methodist Church will present the oratorio. Mr. William Dailey, "di- rector of choral activities college and director of^f^ehancel choir at the chimij ^vill conduct. TWC Opera Workshop productions of "The Consul" and "The Ruby." lie is a member of Wesleyan Sing- ers, Collegium Musicum, chorus and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia He is basfi so'loi^. at Polytechnic Metho- dish ChurcTi. DO YOU REALLY think we're all crazy? Dr. Joe Mitchell'; left, discusses the Celebrity Series lecture with the speaker, Dr. Ashley Montague, second from left, and Mr. Jess Lord and his son, Steve. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1963

> Page Two THE RAMB IE R Tuesday, December TO, 1963 Letters .... Letters ... a To the Editor of Rambler, The events of the past week concerning student government at T.W.C. have been quite disillus- ioning to me. Up until the assem- bly program lata Tuesday, I was convinced that: Project 64" was at last giving the students of this institution a significant voice in the governing of policy. After hearing our student body president reply or imply to every question asked by members of the student body that "this is' com- pletely out of our hands," I felt an attitude of resentment toward the administration creeping into my mind. I felt that the students should have a voice in deciding the school's policy on most of the ques- tions that were asked. I said, and heard a large number of others say, in effect, "What do they think this institution is — a junj®r high school?" It appeared to me that we are a student body of young adults who are being treated as little children. Later in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1963

Tuesday, December 10, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three Sir ■> ■■ ■- . ■ -w—r-.-- ■ • £* TW Coed Seeks Title Of Miss Auto Show' sua. MISS AUTO SHOW contestant brunette freshman will compete tries is Jan. 2. Miss Backer, an Linda Backer poses prettily in the appropriate prop. The smiling, with other Tarrant County lovelies for the title. Deadline for en- Entre Amis pledge, was one of the first tc«nter the contest. —Rambler Staff Photo At BSU Lunch Dr. Harris To Speak December 11 & "Alcohol" is the topic of the speech to be presented by Dr. James Harris, pastor of the Uni- versity Baptist Church of Fort Worth, on Wednesday, Dec. 11, at the •' Baptist Student Union 'noon luncheon. The BSU speaker attended Lou- isiana Baptist College and Baptist Theological Seminary, where he received his master of theology and master of religious education degrees. His doctor of divinity de- gree was conferred by Ouachita Baptist College. Dr. Harris participated in the Mission Tour of the Hawaiian Is-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1963

K&geNxir THP RAMBLER Tuesday, December 10, 1963 Sunset Boulevard Is First of Fine Films Gloria Swanson, alias Jo Lu Moore, was se&n at her peak last Tuesday in assembly when she made a special guest appearance to promote her latest movie, Sun- set Boulevard, which was to be shown that Friday night, in the auditorium. There to assist Miss Swajoson were her press agent, Chris Poebel, and her butler, Jack Stuteville. Announcing her great entry and telling something of the movie was Lucy Naylor. Sunset Boulevard, shown last Friday night and opening a series of artistic films to be presented by the Cultural Life Council, re- ceived critical praise from those present. A very dramatic and pow- erful movie, it tells of a faded silent screen star (Miss Swanson)" trying tp make a' comeback in a new, and changed Hollywood. Her pitiful efforts at this attempt mount with excitement and emo- tion throughout the movie, and "Climax in one of the most astound- ing scenes ever made . The Cult...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1963

Tuesday, December 10, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five^ Collect Poll Tax <- c I TWC Democrats Register Voters Here comes an election year and tlie Young Democrats. In connec- tion with the Young Democrats of Tarrant County, TWC's club will be registering voters and collecting poll tax money from now until the January 31 deadline. In a recent ""meeting, the club cletfted officers for the '63-'64 school year: Bill Russell is presi- dent, Mike Gibson, vice president and Sue Bussey, secretary. The executive council is Lary Dortch, Mike Gibson and Rdsanne Harvey. Last week, the executive council, accompanied by Sue Bussey and Linda,, Hartman. attended an or- ganizational meeting with repre- sentatives of other Young Demo- cratis clubs in the county. They adopted as a project, attempting to register and collect poll tax from a hundred percent of the vot- ers in an east side precinct. Tonight, state representative Hugh Parmer will meet with TWC's Young Democrats at 7:30 p.m. in, the faculty l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1963

% Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, December 10, 1963 Ram Cagers Battle Austin College Tonight Wesleyans Host Basketball Meet Friday, Saturday The Rams will be host to the first TVVC Cow town Collegiate Basketball Tournament Friday and Saturday nights at Public Schools Gym. The tourney, which is expected Xo become an annual affair, will be a four-team meet. Other com- peting teams will be Tarleton State of Stephertville, Sul Ross of Alpine and Southwestern University of" Georgetown. In the first-round pairings on Friday night, Sul Ross meets Southwestern at 7 p.m., and TWC goes against Tarleton at 8:45. In the finals on Saturday night, the twd'losers play at 7 p.m. and the winners play for the title at 8:45. ■*' The Ram Booster Club, which is sponsoring the tournament, has sold tourney tickets to various merchants throughout Fort Worth. A ticket, plus a 25-cent service charge each night, will admit fans to the tourney. g Tournament directors will be Ram coaches Elmer Hanebutt and Walter...

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