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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1965

WAH WHOOP September 16 1S6S LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Pattern of Christ Do I Dare Disturb . . . Page 2 &Kwmt nSfeS' TOU CAN MAKE IT WU K6ISTFAH0N& ENROLMENT roUKE IN." Totem Beauty Cheerleaders Election Changes Debated in Council An in-between meeting of the Student Association Monday re- viewed the week of registration and discussed plans for future ac- tivities including next spiing elec- tions to KMCM Hootcnany on September 21. The bulk of the meeting was taken by discussion of proposed changes in the method of elect- ing the assistant cheerleaders. The first amendment proposed by the tluee student judges would have piovided for popular election of assistant cheerleaders f i oni a field of candidates nar- towed by a constitutionally des- ignated committee. The commit- tee would be similar to that winch has selected the assistants in the past. Gillett Attends Accounting Meet Grovcr Gillett Jr. business administrator professor has re- turned to the campus after at- tending the a...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1965

Sopiembcr 16 196S WAR WHOOP Page 3 FT TTfBrTT if i ' ' kz"l HKllHEfil Sweidom Studies Abroad in Renown City of Music FLIRTATIOUS MAIDEN . . . Vlclci Sweidom models an authentic costume worn by the waitresses in Austria. She will wear this native dress when she sings a German ballad at the Student Asso- ciation Folk Festival September 21 in Radford. Methodist Scholarships (Continued from Page 1) English students and Alpha Chi a National Scholastic Society. A delegate to the MSM Thanks- giving Conference Norred was se- lected to attend a Perkins course of study for the summer taught Sunday School at Abilene State School for the Mentally Retarded and worked in his community to prevent the election to legalize the sale of liquor. A Maidcnctte Miss Lcnamon was president of her Dormitory Council and was vice-president of the women's Inter-club Council. Funds for the support of Na- tional Methodist Scholarship are received from local Methodist Churches on the basis of a church-wide offerin...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1965

Pago 4 WAH WHOOP September 16 1965 Indians to Stalk Tigers It is time for the Wnr Parties to venture awny from the Camp- ing Grounds to Alamo Stadium in San Antonio where at 7:30 p. m. Sept. 18 the Warriors will be out to put another trophy (Tigerskin) along side the pair of Hams' horns taken last week. There will probably be no major changes in starting offen- sive and defensive lineups for the Tribe this Saturday night but since the Hunt is taking place so far away from the Reservation our gridmen will move that much more cautiously. Gene Murrell (205-pound fullback) may be ready to go and give Ronnie Green some breathing time at the fullback chores. The offense has had a week to polish its talents and the Tigers had better be ready. Carlos Mainord and his band of HEADHUNTERS will be there too hungry for another vic- tory. Some of the Tigers who will be on the field for Trinity on Satur- day night will be: Les Obie 180- pound senior quarterback who jnude the first team All-Southla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1965

College to Observe Dyess Day Saturday THE VOL. 43 ABILENE. " V If ' 4 i8rft ) - BHj fe - T Y y "irX " Tw "-;1wbWwbHL'" Is "TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER" ... But these are the leaders of lhe Freshman class recently elected to head the tribe of one feather. Pat Hamilton is Student Council Representative; Lib- bye Sloan secretary-treasurer; and Gordon Froy president. Not shown is Eddie Tcrbush vico- president. Frey Selected President Slimes Pick Class Heads Ballot On Senators Today Slime Gordon Frey was elected president in the closely contested freshman class run-off voting. With the election of freshman senators which is being held to- day the class of '69 will complete its organization. Also selected to lead the papooses are Eddie Terbush vice-president; Libbyc Sloan secretary-treasurer; and Pat Hamilton class representative. Eleven candidates are seeking the fourth freshman senate seats in student government elections today. Students running for the Petitions Due Friday For Chief Princes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1965

WAR WHOOP September 23. 1965 Page 2 -- SmoLc Signals -- No Admission Expected For Red China In U. N. By THUETT AUSTIN The problem of admitting Red China to the United Nations has been coming up for some years now and will be coming up again in the future. The pros and cons are presented almost every year but perhaps it would be worth- while to look at the question again in the light of recent world developments. Dr. Martin Luther King a self- styled expert in many fields now urges a reversal of United States policy towar dthe admis- sion of Communist China. In offering his suggestion King said he was speaking "as a minister concerned with bringing Chris- tian ethics to bear on the social evils of today." At the time of this writing Red China is massing troops on the Indian frontier. An Indian spokes- man has reported that an in- vasion is expected late Wednes- day EST upon the expiration of Peking's three-day ultimatum to India. India China's only real rival for leadership of Asia w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1965

September 23 1965 WAR WHOOP Pag3 Season Opens With 495 Freshmen Available: No license Needed Upperclassmen Go Slime Hunting A SLIME MAY BE ASKED TO SQUARE HIS CAP BY UPPERCLASSMEN . . . Film Guild Hosts Discussion of "Hud Hi Studded with many noted actors and actresses "Hud" will be shown Friday evening in Rad- ford Auditorium by the Student Association and the McMurry Film Guild. "Hud" stars Paul Newman Brandon deWildc Patricia Neal Smitty's Malt Bar featuring Smitty's Superburger Still only 40c with Fries S. 14th Across from McMurry and Melvin Douglas all having received an Academy Award dur- ing their lifetime of acting. Paul Newman plays Hud a re- bellious young man who has ter- rific influence upon his young nephew Brandon deWilde. The boy begins to realize that there is more to life than wealth and power; yet when his grandfather Melvin Douglas dies Hud re- mains his indifferent despicable self. The Film Guild organized last semester is to lead discussion groups on the film af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1965

WAR WHOOP September 23. 1965 Page 4 PHUETT GETS TYING SCORE FOR INDIANS Marching 68 yards in just 14 playi a maddened bunch of "Fighling Indians" came from behind and tied up the ball game with Trinity University last Sat- urday night in Alamo Stadium. Scotty Pruett it shown getting the final scoro of the ovening for McMurry as the game ended in a 12-12 iio for both teams. (Photo by Bo Mcrroll). Sportin' Life By TOMMY JORDAN Sports Editor vbSSbmHI Those McMurry College Fight- ing Indians travelled all the way to San Antonio Inst Saturday night to battle the Trinity Uni- versity Tigers. After approximately two hours of toil and trouble both teams were right back where they had started and nothing had been decided almost. There were a few things that were definitely decided. For in- stance the Indians don't drop their heads and give up after a mistake costs them hard-earned points. This is the second time in a row that the Warriors have been "shocked" on the gridiron nnd they've bounc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1965

Slimes Pick '65 Senators The freshman class recently chose their four freshman sena- tors from eleven candidates who gave their qualifications during a class meeting. Chosen to represent the class of '69 are Greg Ferris Fort Worth; Steve Foster Adrian; Richard Petrec Abilene; and Lynn Varner Alton Illinois. Greg Ferris who was unable to attend the class meeting was represented there by Pat Hamil- ton. Greg is presently playing quarterback on the McMurry football team. Lust year he at- tended Haltom High School in Fort Worth. Steve Foster plans to major in speech and minor in government. During his high school years he was active in M. Y. F. debate basketball track and golf. While serving as president of F. F. A. in his high school vice- president of the area F. F. A. and president of his local M. Y. F.; Richard Petree gained experience which will benefit him as a freshman senator. Richard was also a member of the Student Council during his senior year. Lynn Varner comes to Mc- Murry...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1965

WAR WHOOP September 30 1965 Page? ec Cftf f 'Crucible' Portrays Salem Witchcraft By NORMA HUGHES In 1G92 the devil walked in Salem Last weekend Hardin- Simmons Theater recreated his path with their production of Tho Crucible. The play by Arthur Miller deals with the Salem witch trials which wcie lesponsiblc for the death of at least 10 people and the im- prisonment of countless others. Miller explores the mass hysteria and fear causing these trials which were marked by superstit- ion injustice bigotry and cruelty. The story revolves around John Proctor played by Earl Smith Abigail Williams played by Susan Heed and Elizabeth Proc- tor played by Dotty Buckncr. Both John and his wife are ac- cused of witchcraft by Abigail and her friends who have started the witch scare to cover their own misdoings All three roles weie exceptionally well done. The supporting roles were also ably handled. Monk Explains Danforth Grants Inquiries about the Danforth Graduate Fellowships to be awarded m Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1965

September 30 1965 WAR WHOOP Page 3 "NO NOI You got it all wrong. Jack." Getting ready to "rough it" at the Forum yearly retreat are Richard White and Jack Gentry. At Camp Tonkawa Forum Packs Bed Rolls Ready for Fall Retreat With nothing but the ground for a bed and the sky over their heads the men of Forum a relig- ious organization will "rough it" this weekend at their second an- nual fall retreat at Camp Tonka- wa Boy Scout Camp near Buffalo Gap. The group will leave from the flag pole in front of Old Main at 5:30 p. m. Friday. Thirty participants arc expected for the retreat that is planned around Eric Baker's book The Faith of a Methodist. The topic will be covered by McMurry fac- ulty members heading lecture and discussion groups on areas such as significant Methodist doctrine God Holy Spirit Sin and For- giveness. The members will di- vide into four small groups to meet on Friday for two topics and on Saturday for two topics. The retreat will end at noon Saturday to enable the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1965

WAR WHOOP September 30 1965 Pago 4 Indians to Try One can throw all the record books away. The game which will be played at 7:30 p. m. this Saturday night at Public Schools Stadium matches the Abilene Christian College Wildcats and those Fighting Indians from Mc- Murry College. The ACC Wildcats are fresh from a stinging 45-0 victory over Howard Payne College last Sat- urday and the Tribesmen arc fighting mad after loosing a close one to Sul Itoss last week 3-0. This will be the thirty-third meeting of the two teams. The series dates all the way back to 1930 when ACC whipped the In- dians 21-0. Coach Lcs Wheeler's Wildcats now own a 19-13 mar- gin over Grain Teaff's Indians. The 'Cats also have a three-game winning streak going against McMurry. Dut when these two teams get together it is hold-your-brcath time for anything can happen! The Wildcats arc employing a new type of offense this year in an effort to improve on their 5-5 record of last year. They will use the T I and slot form...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 October 1965

Willson Lecture Week Opens Monday Speakers Eye Christian View Concerning Power Authority ill yKm ; Hf BISHOP O. EUGENE SLATER DR. HOWARD L. RAMSEY "Can Morals be Legislated?" begins Dr. Doug- las Jackson's scries of lectures concerning the topic "Toward a Christian View of Power and Authority" during the combined Willson Lectures and Pastors' School October 11-14. Several hundred ministers and laymen from West Texas and New Mexico will assemble on the McMurry campus to hear Dr. Jackson's opening address Monday at 8 p. m. in Radford auditorium. Held for the twenty-first year this Willson Lec- ture Scries is made possible each fall and spring by Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson of Floydada Texas. Dr. and Mrs. Dallas Denison arc the sponsors of the Dcnison Lectures and the Pastors' School of the Northwest Texas Conference. The Willson Lecturer Dr. Jackson is professor of Sociology of Religion of Theology in Southern Methodist University where he has been a mem- ber of the faculty since Septe...

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

WAH WHOOP OcJobtr 7. 1965 Page 2 -- Smoke Signals -- Folk Groups Commended For Outstanding Program Editor's Note: Smoko Slgnali It a regular feature which attempts lo present investigations of lho current vital topics which so pro- foundly affect us today and in lho future. Students and faculty members are invited to submit material to Truott Austin the permanent editor. By ROBERT MERRELL Although I do not wish to make this a personal battl" I feci that many taknted and honest efforts were unduly belittled in a col- umn in the last issue of the War Whoop 1 am speaking about the review of the Abilene Folk Fes- tival held on the McMurry e.itnpus After taking the liberty of simpling many viried opinions on campus it seems that the Folk Festival accomplished its pur- poses It was entertaining it raised money for the proposed r.idio station KMCM and it also netted the college quite n bit of flee advertising There does seem to be an opinion quite openly and blatantly stated in a com- plai...

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

October 7. 1965 WAH WHOOP PageS College Consensus Reveals Long Hair Not For Boys By LINDA THORSEN "Are you a boy or arc you a girl?" As the lady in the beauty shop said "Cut it short I don't want to look like a boy!"; Mc- Murry students have also formed their own opinions about the Beatlc-type hairstyles being worn currently around the "scene" The songwriter's wail of "Home of the brave land of the free why won't you let him be what he wants to be?" has touched the who wear their hair this way are trying to prove something. I don't think that they even know what!" Butch Ritter a junior philosiphied A senior student Merry Sue Howard doesn't feel that extra long hair is the "thing" for the McMurry campus "In summer boys can do what they want with their hair but I feel that more traditional haircuts are best for school " ONE MIXED-UP JUNIOR boy is all right but when it goes down and then flips up again NO!" agree both Gary and fresh- man Julie Byrd David Miller an open-minded senior be...

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

October 7. 196S WAR WHOOP Page 4 Indians to Meet iv The McMurry College Fighting Indians go on the road again this week. The football wars will be carried to the campus of the Bob- cats of Southwest Texas State College in San Marcos. The gome should be a real eye- opener due to the results of last week's game. San Marcos took it on the chin from Sul Ross 21-14 Sportin' Life By TOMMY JORDAN Sports Editor I enn honestly say that there was never more desire de- termination or all-out effort on the part of any football team anywhere. The Tribe took the field against n superior ballclub at least that is the way it looked on paper. The McMurry student body was out- manned as well as the band but due to the unified effort of every- one involved the Fighting Indians beat the Abilene Christian Wild- cats. There isn't room here to men- tion all of the players who did such an excellent job for the col- lege. A whole page of this news- paper could deal with this sub- ject only and then we would...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1965

Mittelstet Travels to Washington m6 BsssMkri.? f '"'"iimrriPwfrmt swsssHI "BfiflKSly iiiSSii nrfiiff7i"'MnM" '''iBr ssBn Sbikvsm MAKING ARRANGEMENTS lo fly lo Ihe Ad Hoc Symposium in Washington D. C Sieve Mittlostei. I Student Association president will leave Friday for the national collegiate meeting lo show Viet Nam troops thai students do support United States action overseas. I Today Dr. Jackson Ends Series In Chapel Dr. Douglas Jackson concluded the week-long Willson Lecture Series Thursday morning with his question "Should the Church Get into Politics?" as the sum- mation of his topic "Towatd a Christian View of Power and Authority." This week has been a busy one for the three lectures and stu- dents. Bishop Eugene Slater ter- minated the Denison Lectureship Wednesday afternoon with "The Evangelist: The Lord's Fisher- man" for his climax to his general subject "Evangelism: An Attempt at Honest Appraisal." Closing the Northwest Texas Conference Pastors' School was Dr. Paul Hoon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1965

WAR WHOOP October 14 1965 Pago 2 LITTLE MAN U.M.-. 'ST J( U 7r".' P J) U LlLUSf 'WW A? I.- 1 1 ci-Trwf f JC)i55) cmF TFT I ' V - Vif.'lifjr - ' &fZZ' n I I 11 AMP SOMETIMES M LgCTUP VVY CARRY rt?U A (VMNUiE OK TWO f75T Radio Station on Campus? By ROGER WARD One year ago in the cafeteria someone mentioned that Mc- Murry College should have a nulio station since ACC and Editorial A Letter Edited by St. Paul (Editor's note: The following letter was found crumpled up in ono of McMurry's buildings.) Fiuiii. DiMiiet Stipervi.sor Worm- wood Texas District. To Intern Devil Status Quo McMuny College My Dear Status From the content of your last letter I have cause to wonder if you learned anything in graduate school. Your patient starts taking part in school activities has some school spirit and is interested in the Viet Nam Symposium. And all of a sudden you come crying to us as if you didn't know what to do with her. I admit that this situation could grow into a ser- ious problem if you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1965

October 14. 1965 WAH WHOOP Page 3 Bfi- KJT ViMHulV J BM HHfsLJf vHiBriL .hIIHHI fH DISPLAYED IN THE SUB a mural of lhe American Indian is shown to a fellow arl student Mrs. Janet Leach and instructor J. Robert Miller by the designer and painter Terry Gilbreth. Art Class Murals Depict Early American Indian "Buffalo hunters in the sub?" The unbelievers may question but due to the efforts of the ait department there is a large mural in the Student Union Building depicting many phases of the American Indian's life. This mural is part of a project initiated by Mr. J. Robert Miller assistant professor of art when he began teaching at McMurry four years ago. Murals have Ront a GO KART at the Lone Star Kart Kourse N. 1st and Clack Just Under Expressway DIAMOND WEDDING BAND The beauty Is Incom- parable for Zalecrest offers quality from the world of fine jewelry from the ZALECREST Collection llluttittlon nlrtd to show dtUil. $225 Z ale's1 JEWELEIIS Downtown. Showcase Square River Oaks Shoppin...

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

WAH WHOOP October 14 1965 Pago 4 Basketball Season Nears McMurry's basketball coach Hcrshcl Kimbrell puts his squad on the practice courts this week in preparation for the season's opener with Angclo State Col- lege here November 23. Coach Kimbrell said that his Indians were looking forward to the 1965-66 season because this is the first year they can vie for n title in Lone Star Conference competition. Kimbrell said "We are going to have a younger squad this year since we lost heavily from gradu- ation last year. But we picked up nine freshmen who I think will help us tiemendously this year " Coach Kimbrell went on to say "Thice men returning this year who I think will stand up strong in conference play are Dean Ingram Lloyd Mitchell and HERSHEL KIMBHELL . . McM Basketball Mentor Rain Dampens Intramurals Intramural football was clouded last week by the weather but the playeis' spirits were not dampen- ed at all. The games scheduled for last Tuesday night were cancelled due to inter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

THE Coronation Tepees Highlight Homecoming (See Page 7) McMURRY COLLEGE (Sec Page 3) VOL. 43 ABILENE. TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21 196S College Talent Sought for T. V. M Campus Royalty cMurry Welcomes Exes iiuSffiifiiiiii BBpHMHRifqBrMHBBHB "m&sssssssm: Jj-S'S-CI MvKfcgBWtSdSB&?jK'SM BJBgafflBBBWMBwMBBiBi. wssssssBSjl9iKi"gSl!? Spirit in riding high on the Reservation this week with McMurry's four nomlnocs for Chief Mo Murry and Reservation Princess awaiting the annual Homecoming Coronation festivities Friday evening. The highlight of Friday night's ceremony will bo tho crowning of Chief McMurry and Roser- vallon Princess to reign over Homecoming celebration. Vying for those two honors aro David Bonds. Judy Slricklin. Karen Lcnemon and Ronnie Null. Indian maldon Mary Kay Sharp is completing tho colorful headdress to bo worn by Chief McMurry.

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