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

WAR WHOOP April 29. 1965- Pago 4 McM Wins Indian Relays Prepares for TW BEGINS ANCHOR LAP Larry Thorn takes the baton from David Bonds as ho begins tho anchor lap of the milo relay. The McMurry team won the ovent with a 3:20.2 time. (Photo by Gene Patty). Indianhead Club Honors 1964-65 Tribe Athletes The Indianhead Club of Mc- Muny College feted the 1964-65 athletes at on awards banquet lust week at which Field Scovell Dallas insurance executive and sports enthusiast was the guest speaker. Sharon Kay Moore sophomore from Jayton was named athletic sweetheart. Judy Stricklin and Shaion Johnson were other nominees. James Christopher senior end from Duncanville was lauded as the be&t blocker on the football team Corlos Mainord junior linebacker from Greenville was honored for making the most tackles. Bill Grissom senior fiom Winters was named the best defensive back. Lloyd Mitchell freshman from Detroit Michigan was the bus- ketball team's top rebounder (233). Russell Noll junior fr...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1965

ftA llooifo M9h Schoolers Invad U Oliegiaie...McMurry Reservation Area high schoolers will invade McMurry tomorrow but the Student Association hopes they will be the ones conquered by the friendly spirit on campus. An estimated 250 students and spon- sors will bo on the campus Friday evening and Saturday for Go Collegiate Week End. The Student Association plan- ned Go Collegiate Week End to give prospective students first STUDENT WEEKEND ARRIVES Dickie Clemmer President of the Student Association welcomes Donna Keisler of Abilene High School and Johnny Fitzhugh of Cooper High School to McMurry College for "Go Collegiate Day." They are only two of the 250 high school students who will be on campus for the weekend. War Whoop Takes First in TIPA Meet Your War Whoop received first place in Division II newspaper contest at the annual Texas In- tercollegiate Press Association contest this year. Chanters to Sing Immortal Requiem Tonight at H-SU The second presentation of Faure's Requiem by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1965

WAR WHOOP May 7. 1965 Smoke Signals -- B A Letter From Hell amman s Page 2 ikiL Dow By RICHARD BAUMAN In this academic world we live in seldom do we think of anything but the three R's of education reading 'riting and 'rithmatic; sometimes we think of the fourth R because wc must attend weekly chapel services. But there is some- thing more important that modern students seem to forget the 4 L's for Living as suggested by Dr. James L. Hymes Jr. of the University of Maryland. LOVE OF LEARNING. That is the first L. Students should want to learn to get a big "kick" out of what they have learned and to draw conclusions by thinking. Mrs. Caroline Blair thinks that the professor can possibly instill the enthusiasm for learning by being alive and imaginative. On the other hand it seems that some of our professors imagine that great amounts of outside work is necessary to prod us in cur learning endeavors but Dr. Hymes says "that stuffed children will be empty tomorrow." LOVE OF LIBERTY. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1965

May 7. 19G5 WAH WHOOP Page 3 PUSHING THE CLASSES NEXT YEAR will be Rick von Ende. in the cart for the senior class president ana nis supporting class presidents Larry Brunner junior and Bob Henderson sophomore. Senior Vice President Class Senators Elected Promises of a more relevant Student Senate filled the air last Thursday as next year's senior junior and sophomore senators were elected after campaign speeches. Senior senators will be Ann Joyce Freddie Walker Rich ard Drum and Rick Kirkendall Junior senators will be Roger Ward Harvilee Offutt Brenda Sullenger and Tommy Jordan. Sophomore senators will be Joy Medlin Lynn Taylor Jim Read ing and Craig Goodrum. Singing goes better refreshed. ' And Coca-Cola with that special zing but never too sweet refreshes best. things gO better! CoKe Ttm&m Bottled under th authority ol The Coca Cola Company byi "" TEXAS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Phone OR 2-3232 Abilene Texas The senior class also elected Ray Hamilton to be next year's senior...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1965

May 7. 1S65 WAR WHOOP Pago 4 In Old Main Wray to Display Senior Art Show Jim Wray art major student teaching at Abilene High School will unveil his senior art show Sunday at 2 p. m. in the gallery MSM Names Green Prexy The Methodist Student Move- ment elected Robin Green as its president in the coming year. Other council members are Mike Palmer vice-prcsidnt; Lin- da Gilliam secretary; Lewis Hol- land treasurer; Peggy Thompson Motives chairman; Qucntin Hend- erson publicity; Sandy Black- wood social chairman; and Wendy Hackler music director The council will largely be re- sponsible for matters of social concern both local and national. In charge of planning and car- rying out the program for each Wednesday evening meeting arc Dons Heschenthaler Phil Utton Roger Loyd Dean Webb and Richard White. Mike Palmer as vice-president will act as chair- man of this committee. The MSM installation service for the 1065-60 officers will be held in Radford Social Hall next Wednesday at 6:30 p. m....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1965

May 7. 1965 WAR WHOOP Page S McMurry Track Tennis Golf Teams Enter LSC Competition at Commerce ByJ.O.NORRED War Whoop Sports Editor Climaxing the spring sporting events the McMurry Col- lege athletes will combine efforts in their first Lone Star Conference competition Friday and Saturday at Commerce. The Indians will send teams in track golf and tennis to Commerce to represent McMurry in the meet. Rated second behind East Texas State in track McMurry is expected to make its best showing on the cinders. EST is the favorite in all three spring sports. Indians Sport Top Hurdler and Broad Jumper Coach Grant Teaff's cinder team has won only one meet the Indian Relays this year but they can boast one of the most improved teams in Texas. The Indians' top strength comes in hurdler David Bonds and fresh- man broad jumped Freddie Fox. Bonds has set a number of rec- ords since the season started January 30. Most notable of his record for the year would be a national record in the 440-yard lows...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1965

WAR WHOOP May 7. 19G5 Pago 6 Five Students Accept Study Scholarships . fi..i iti i.. -i...i.m..ih .ma1b nrltlt MfMnrru ctiiriania JnVinnv Fowler Dr. nans jonasscn imano uiuvuuur "'""""' H"-; "; "--'. r . r L e.: and Joe Lotor at Iho recent Permian Basin section of the American Chemical Society in Big Spring. Ho talked with 50 members and guests on the "Use of Complex Ions in Homogeneous Catalysis. Social Clubs Elect Severn! social clubs have elect- ed offtiers for next year as part of the normal activities that any club docs during the course of a year. ALPHA PSI ALPHA Linda Miller is the yellow rose or pi c&idcnt of Alpha Psi Alpha with Edith Gandrc taking the vitc-prcsidcncy. Helping these two women with the club activities are Willolcc Dlake secretary; Cecilia Grimes historian-reporter; Monna Wal- ters ex chairman; Mary Martin pledge mistress; Barbara East parliamentarian; Lois Plumlee chaplain; and Norma Hughes intcrclub representative. CHI OMICRON Pat McCarthy will lead the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1965

Final Play Opens "Chalk Garden" Portrays Opening its three-day run In McMurry's Little Theater is Enid Bagnold's The Chalk Garden an allegory of oven-civilized society that finds salvation through mis- fortune and companion The season's last production is Dr. Bishop Wayland Dr Sclma Lewis Bishop veter- an Abilene educator and resident of Abilene for 35 years has been appointed as chairman of the division of languages and litera- ture and professor of English at the Wajland Baptist College in Plainucw The beloved McMurry profes- sor taught 28 years in Abilene High School's English depart- ment before she joined the Mc- Murry English faculty in 1957 Dr Bishop has been faculty advisor for McMurry's literary magazine The Galleon for seven years In 1962 the Faith Press Lon- don brought out her book "Isaac Judges Pick Cheerleaders For 1965-66 Five fighting Indians were elected to be next years cheer- leaders Assisting head cheer- leader Lonnic Barbaree will be Judy Adcock Glenda Heist Kar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1965

WAR WHOOP Mar 13. 1965 Page 2 LITTLE MAN V-i tkks Kckici i rOCX OFTE Pars R3WM5TAIKS 0AY C"-1 MAP A eETAUTIFUU tAOPBL UP IN YOUK RCOAAf" Robert Welch Traces Birch Society Goals By CRAIG GOODRUM "Less government and more indivulu il responsibility" arc terms used by Robert Wckh founder of the John Birch Society in his Tuesday evening press eonference While expressing himself on many different topics Welch tried to emphasize the Birch Society position on the role of government in society Fighting Communism is basic- ally incidental to the primary function of the Society according to Welch However several of his answers sketched what he believes to be threats of Com- munists in our country In all his discussion he reiterated the New Organization Selects Herrington For '65 Chairman MeMurry professors hive com- pleted the foimnl orginization of the MiMuiry College elnpter of of the Aimitwm Association of University Professors and elected offucrs to seive foi the ic- imuulu of tins jc.ir ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1965

May 13. 1965 WAR WHOOP Page 3 ffifr rp 'T t SHBflBIBfBBBW HEARING AN OLD RUMOR FROM OHIO Hick Kirkendal. wnilc on tho job as business manager for the War Whoop thought that he had best gel ono buckeye to meet the other il he were to have any luck with this Lover's Yoke. The legend says that when a boy asks the father for his daughter's hand in marriage he is given this puzzle to work and if he can complete it he will win the grand prize a wifel Hooper Rister Win First In Spring Gaileon Contest Sigma Tau vice president Rob- ert Weir presented certificates to winners of the annual literary contest sponsored by the honor fraternity for compositions pre- sented to the Galleon. Mrs. Joy Amnions Hooper won first place honors in the poetry division for "Constancia" and in the essay division for "Whatever Happened to Jokers." Her poem "Last Frontier" received second place in that contest. For the short story competition Gene A. Rister took first place honors with "Rock Candy" and third plac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1965

WAR WHOOP May 13 1965. Page 4 ( "V -I WATCH THAT BACK HAND Holland Evens returns his opponent's servo In tho men's intramural ping pong tournament now in prog- ress. Ping pong horse shoes hand ball and tennis matches will be finished this week. (Photo by Barry Casicrline). Darden Reeves MakeThird Rounds Bow Out to Hirst's McMurry's tennis team paced ly Doc Hooves and Robert Dar. dun look third place honois at their Lone Stai Conference debut at Coinmeice last week. E.ist Texas State took top honois .splitting with Texas A & I second. McMurry look third place. Reeves Advances Heeves met an A & I opponent in the fust round defeating him aftei two long bets 10-0 0-3 Movnu: into second round play Heeves polished off Gilbert Gat a of A & I in quick order 0-1 0-2 In the third round of play Heeves met Wayne Hirst of ETS and went under 0-2. C-2. Uiirden drew a bye in the first round then defeated A & I's James Walker 0-3 G-4 in the second Tie other Hirst brother Jeny knocked...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 May 1965

149 Seniors to Graduate May 31 Loter Named Top Student Joe Charles Loter who will graduate summa cum laude with an overall grade point of 2 91 during MeMurry College's spring commencement exercises June 1 has been announced the valedic- torian for 1965. With a grade point of 2.85 or better Jerry Lee Ivey and Gene A. Ristcr are the other two sum- ma cum laude graduates. Seven magnum cum laude sen- iors having a grade point of at least 2.7 are Don DuBois Bar- bara Rider Joy Wall Smith Elizabeth Lynch Ford Syble Gean Bottrell Joe Clark Humph- rey and Sarah Catherine Ragle. Graduating cum laude with a 2 5 grade point or above are 14 seniors: Jacqueline Jackson Olin Joe Scago James True Jerry Don Weathers Robert Weir Lucia M. Wilson Finis Paul Brown Jeanne Michael Stella Bolding Wolfen- barger Suzanne Carol Appleton Susan Quiblc Janice Bowlin Williams Lynda Sue Wright and Pat Hunt Dudley. THE For Outstanding Senior Suzie Wheat Receives Harry Soladay Award Suzie Wheat of Lubbock re- ceive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 May 1965

WAR WHOOP May 20 1965 - Smoke Signals -- De Gaul lei Triumph of Integrity LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Pago 2 IBOXfli fiLtt' Editor's Nolo! Smoke Signals is a regular foaturo which atlempis io present investigations of the current vital topics which so pro foundly affect us today and in the future. Students and faculty members aro invited to submit material io Truoti Austin the pcrmanoni editor. By ALEXANDER UNGVARY History docs not know a final verdict. Evciy ill informed pres- ent has the right to appeal to a better informed future for a his- torical judgment It is good to keep this axiom in memory when one tries to analyse a contem- porary historical phenomenon like French Gaullism. Formulas: Professor how can one judge or explain objectively President de Gaulle's historical role since ho is the most unpopular figure in our country's opinion. Professor: De Gaulle is certainly a contro- versial and even hated figure in the journalistically directed pub- lic opinion. He is unpopular but wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 May 1965

WAH WHOOP Page 3 Marketing Class Visits Old Abilene Town Site May 20. 196S Fifty years ago grandmother dirtied her high-top shoes trudg- ing to college classes. It's not so different today. Gerald Richards' Marketing 432 class trekked West last Fri- day to Old Abilene Town for a briefing on Abilene's newest Education Select '65 The Student Education Associa- tion the organization for educa- tion majors heard dramatic read- ings by Cooper High's English teacher Mrs. Free and two of her students before installing next year's officers. Kathy Lewis was installed as the 19G5-6G S. E. A. president; with Frederica Miller as 1st vice- president; Shirley Easley 2nd vice-president; Linda Teague secretary; Sharon Reeve treas- urer; Merry Sue Howard his- torian; Judy Lawson social chair- man; and Carolyn Koon pub- licity. Kappa Delta Pi Inducii 23 The Eta Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi Inducted twenty- three new members into the hon- orary educational society. At the recent meeting Pearl San...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 May 1965

WAR WHOOP May 20 1965 Pago 4 bbbKL sKhsiW 'y JJr sK ? --- CARLOS MAINORD . . outstanding linebackor GENE MURRELL . ouit landing fullback Rains Re-schedule Intra-squad Clash Old man weather has struck again. After a deluge which postponed the future-exes game from last Saturday until Tuesday night the skies opened Tuesday and the game was set for 8 p. m. tonight. Instead of a future-exes game however the action will be an intrc-squad game. Those brave enough to take their chances with the weather may expect to sec the 1005 edi- tion of the football team for the first time tonight. McMurry will be a young team next fall with many sophomores and perhaps a few freshmen ex. pected to win either offensive or defensive starting assignments. Most impressive in spring train- ing were linebacker Carlos Main- ord fullback Gene Murrell run- ning backs Scottic Pructt and Stanley Moore. The Tribe will be shott on experienced tackles and interior defensive linemen. Lettcrmen working in spring trai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1965

Lhwflr ur Expected Enrollment Around 1500 ai'7?y CollegeAdds 11 Professors To Fcicullty McMurry will odd eleven new professors including a new chair- man of the Speech Department and a new dean of men to its faculty for the 1965-06 fall semester. Dr. Earle Winters former head of the speech department at Pan- handle A&M will head Mc- Murry's Speech Department. Jackson King who has been in the Abilene Public School System since 1961 has been named Dean of Men. He will replace Sid Simp- son who will coach and teach at Grayson County JC in Denison this fall. Othei faculty newcomers arc Dr. Fulton Catlin assistant pro- fessor of English; Everett D. Roach assistant professor of mathematics; Thomas David Mc- Kinnon instructor in economics; Ronnie Giles assistant football coach; Mohammed El-Attrachc assistant professor of govern ment; George W. Coats assistant professor of religion; A. C. Sharp Jr. professor of physics; Mrs. Sue Cox Mays assistant profes- sor of education and Dr. John F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1965

WAR WHOOP September 10. 196S Page 2 -- Smoke Signals - Demonstrate or Study? College Student's Choice American fraternities adopted Greel: names out of sympathy with the Greek revolution of 1920's. These names arc perma- nent reminders of students' abil- ity to feel sympathy completely around the world. Modern world-wide student in- volvement in revolution and pol- icy has reached a more violent stage and has its peak in the ink- throwing mobs that frequent United States embassies. New stu- dent activism has moved strongly into parts of the United States complete witli all occasion greet- ing cards. Rather than being taken by storm in the fad to "be authentic" and to "lake what is ouis" thoughtful students will carefully study their involvement in political affairs. Enthusiastic learning is the stu- dents' lesponsibility m practical political affairs as well as in class room courses. Enthusiasm is easy to come by because the issues arc natuially emotional. Learning is haul to come b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1965

September 10 1965 WAR WHOOP Page 3 iy?7ipy--jr?ay'iT;g?-- -g.-- -'riajyp"'-"-"-- jr-- Book Review Love Requires Care Respect It is not the "I want you I need you" and then I love you of the popular song; love arising merely from desire and weakness is not a mature sharing relation- ship but a symbiosis. All love requires care respon- sibility respect and knowledge; hence one cannot fall into care responsibility respect and knowl- edge. Neither can such concern be bartered in u market place of peo- ple in which people maximiz their attractiveness and trade it for the love of a partner for life. Such is the tone of Erich Fromm's book The Art of Loving which indicts the quality of many interpersonal relationships in the modern world. Bringing the ex- perience of many years as a psy- choanalysist and a deep thinker to bear on the problem of love in contemporary society Fromm believes that love is the answer to the "problem of human exis- tence." In his analysis he in- cludes love of sel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1965

WAR WHOOP September 10 196S Page 4 Sportin' Life By TOMMY JORDAN Sporii Editor iJHK'Lflfck ..itfVHai. 'dNWSat MPiHVkmHhv ll"IBKHr l("LInBi hhvhiHj)I iHBLVf urnHMHv 1 H i J WHVT7V Jaw i MPe THREE TO GET READY From left to right Headhuntors Gono Murrell Carlos Mainord and Stanley Austin aro ready and waiting for the arrival of tho Angclo State Rams at Public Schools Stadium for the big gamo Saturday September 11 at 7:30 p. m. Launches Season Against Angelo Rams Pretty girls the sound of bands the roar of the crowd and crack- ing of football gear heralds the nnival of 1965 football McMurry College style. It is that time again sportsfans and everyone will wont to be on time for the kickoff at 7:30 p. m. September 11 at Public Schools Stadium. On September 17 1904 n head- line in the War Whoop read "Hams Over McM 18-13 in big Season Opener." Now it is a year later and the stories of yesterday ore old and forgotten by most of us. The McMurry College Indians have not forgotten that story h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1965

Tha Old Town Slngan a new fearurad acts in tha Abllana Folk lor and Tommy Jordan. THE ABILENE. Largest Freshman Class in Registration Totals 1302 With 473 Slimes Enrolled As class registrations closed Friday 1302 students had enroll- ed in McMurry with Dyess Air Force Base Branch students not yet registered said Mrs. Sue Car Six Students Awarded Methodist Scholarships Five seniors and one junior have been awarded National Scholarships by the Board of Education of The Methodist Church. The $500 scholarship was pre- sented to seniors Merry Sue How- ard Poteet; Jimctte McLean Friona; Darlene Miller Jal N. M.; j Stephen K. Mittelstet Borger; and J. O. Norred Sweetwater. Karen Lenamon Albany was the only junior to receive the award. National Methodist Scholar- ship Awards cover tuition and fees up to $500 and are granted on the basis of superior academic standing leadership ability ac- tive churchmanship character personality and need. About 500 scholarships arc given annually by the Met...

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