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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

October 21. 1965 Pago 2 WAH WHOOP Why Not Get Because It Hurts By JOY HAHT "What does pinning mean to you'" is the question that was asked to many McMurry students during this past week. Since the usual response varied from "What'" to "Uh?" nn explana- tion followed: "Pinning . . . you know! A boy gives a girl his pin and then they're pinned What do you think about it?" IT APPEARS that most stu- dents had never given much ser- ious thought to the subject al- though most of them were cither for or against it. When further questioned "Why are you for or against i7" blank looks appeared. "Just put down all right. If you can't spell that put down O. K.!" one boy replied Even Doris Itoschenthnler sophomore replied "For once Hcschenthatcr is at loss for words!" PINNING REALLY SEEMS to be quite an ambiguous term. To some people it is almost like going .steady but to others it is some- Hung nearer to being engaged "I Hunk pinning is fine if it isn't it step towards engagement. If it is then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

WAR WHOOP Page 3 CrkiKi-f DAirftic Tepees Coronation Ceremony Upilll HUI5IIO... Top Homecoming Festivities October 21 1965 Abilenians To Tour McM Village Officially opening the Home- coming week end will be the shooting of the arrow into the air by Harold Christopher at the sunrise ceremony Friday The program is scheduled to begin at 7 30 a m Approximately 8000 school children and visitors arc expect- ed to tour Tepee Village from 10 30 a m until about 4 00pm Guiding the people through the campus attraction will be volun- teers from the student council and the social clubs The stu- dent council felt that these guides would eliminate the traffic con- gestion which usually accom- panies visitation During the annual Coronation Ceremony in Radford Auditorium Wah Wahtaysee will provide baby sitting service at Alders- gate Methodist Church for those who have small children and who want to attend the 7 30 event An Alumni-faculty Pow Wow held in Radford's faculty lounge a student dance in M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP October 21 196S LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS If le 'm wmSsrtflw TEST M($7Lr TH "S'UKer PEAP VOJK TEXT SOCK Ae-SI&NMENT. IT'i? OrtLY WAV r CAN PAUL ALEEf? ' fes " . )yrcl's Jtlye View By EDNA BYRD War Whoop Editor WITH ALL THE TALK on campus this week about te- pees homecoming and such the wnter of this column de- cided to cast some light on a few of the more interesting dis- cussions taking place in the college classioom. Di Alexander Ungvgiy associate professor of history explained the customs of the Roman people to his Western Civilization class ho mentioned the fact that baths today are diffeient fiom those in Roman times. THEN BATHS SERVED as public meeting houses where intellectual questions were answeicd. The bath was the logical place to hold these meetings because nearly every- one could be found theie at one time or another. Why even alter a maniage ceiemony it was a custom for the wedding guests to lelne to the bath house; but there was however one stipulation...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

WAR WHOOP October 21 1965 Wah Wahtaysee Carves Totem Pole Pago 6 Ala Cumba" Marks 11 First Homecoming WHERE'S THAT CAP SLIME? Class leaders ought to remember to wear their slime caps especially at Homecoming. These aspirant young slimes of 1962 seem to have forgotten the importance of wear- ing that green beanie with tho exception of Tommy Sloan. Helping to erect a tepee in the 1962 Homecoming village are Richard Drum Sicvr Mitlelstct Sloan Archie Dishman and Charlie Boring. ontinue c LI ndefeated lllcMurry Beat Arlington X $ Marketing Project Helps War Whoop With Advertising Hats off to the students in Gerald Richard's Marketing Class for their co-operation and assist- ance in the selling of this week's advertisements which made this special Homecoming edition of the War Whoop possible The advertising class has work- ed two weeks gathering the notices on these pages from Abi- lene and Anson merchants Cast Rehearses Stout's GULF Service Station 2641 S 14 OR 3-2391 Phone OR 3-4227 M ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

October 21 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 5 Heave Ho -Up With Those Poles YWfr.wM PREPARING THEIR HISTORY of iho Comanche Indians. Joe Ful- Ion and Vic Hcrrmglon Kiva Men's Social Club anticipate the hard work preparing the Tepee Village. In last year's tepee con- test Kivu won first place in the men's division and in all-over competition. "TentyfreE PARKING IS) DELICATESSEN AND BAKERY "Homomado Flavors for Gormot Tastes" "May the Great Spirit bei pleased with this our handi- work" fervently but silently the McMurry Indians pray as they struggle to erect their village The teepees constructed by the students are more than just pic- turesque trivia There is a special meaning related to the fervor with which the braves and squnws work The entire spirit of Homecoming is wrapped up in the attempt of each person to make his teepee the best just as on the field the Indian football squad will try to prove McMurry to be best Each social club or group which puts up a wigwam has to pick a specific tribe ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

October 21 1965 WAR WHOOP Page 7 College Acts Sought cCE5&3 For Television Show VV"r V" . ftVN ''ri jrn.H. Students in McMurry have been invited to participate in audition: for a state-wide television show Wednesday October 27 at 7:3C p. m. in Radford Social Hall. The performers will be pre- sented on Talent 'CG an hour long television show being pro- duced by Southwestern Bell Tele- phone Company and KHOU-TV Houston for an all-Texas tele- vision broadcast in Spring 'C6. B. Calvin Jones producer and Jon Stainbrook director will con- duct the auditions; and selected performers will be paid a profes- sional fee. In addition to sing- ers dancers musicians or groups the program is also looking for specialty acts such as trick horse Bring your children to the WATT DOLL HOUSE where we dress living dolls. Watt Doll House River Oaks Shopping CenterAnson Texas The Hut CAFE Anson Texas FOR Checking Savings and Personal Loans Most McMurry People Use the First Because IT'S "JUST A BETTER BA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

Pago 8 WAR WHOOP October 21 1965 Wo start with fundamentals and thon Givo 140 percent and victory will Bad breaks can hurt but keep your head up and the right attitude lor success Teaff: Man of Discipline By TOMMY JORDAN AN ENERGETIC AND HIGH-MINDED YOUNG MAN is finding his plnce in the McMurry College com- munity. He is liked and admired by those who work close to him and serves as a "guiding light" to a group of young and enthusiastic athletes. The man is Grant Te.iff head toach of the McMurry College Fighting Indians. Activities Beforo College Grant Teaff was born on November 12 1934. He at- tended high school in Snyder Texas and it was there that Ins future was being shaped. Before receiving his diploma Grant had found that hard work was the key to success. Several of the things he worked for and received are worth mentioning here. HE SERVED AS CO-CAPTAIN of both the football and basketball teams and made All-District in both sports He was honored with the Carl Herod Most Out- s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

October 21 196S WAR WHOOP Pago 9 Rebels Invade Tribe Camp CONFEDERATE YELLS AND ALA CUMBA will echo within the confines of Public Schools Canyon on October 23 as the Rebels from Arlington State clash with the Indians from McMurry College. The afternoon skirmish will be the seventh in a series that dates back to 1925 for the two clubs. Arlington is fighting mad due to a 9-0 upset at the hands of the Trinity Tigers in San Antonio last Saturday. On the same field McM and Trinity fought to a 12-12 deadlock. THE SERIES IS TIED WITH THREE APIECE after Arlington took last year's contest by a score of 17-7. ASC however has to take on the Tribe of Coach Grant Teaff during Homecoming cele- brations a day that discounts all past records. Head coach Chena Gilstrap rates his defensive unit as a much stronger clement of the Rebel attack this year. Names 0H7HflBJBbjjRunftjVCiiXJ7 like veteran Steve Jackson Bernic Stewart and Kenneth Ozcc keep croping up as defen- sive stalwarts. The Rebels also po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1965

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 November 1965

BMP" HK'"'! IP' BEHIND THE SCENES-Pat Hamilton and Melinda Mason practice I advan'd Production but a sin- Iho danco for "The Hoosier Way" in the fall production of ccre show becausc he has left "Seventeen." many of the responsibilities on THE ABILENE Patriotic To Mark A non-partisan patriotic rally for Abilenians will be sponsored by college students at 4.00 p. m. on Veteran's Day November 11. The stated purpose of the meet- ing is "to provide the opportunity for Abilenians to express their love of the American ideals of MSM Convention Set In Dallas Nov. 12-14 What is your faith? This ques- tion and others concerning one's spiritual life will be discussed and argued at the annual Texas Methodist Student Movement Conference to be held in Dallas at Southern Methodist Univer- sity November 12-14. Reverend Claude Evans chap- lain to SMU will speak four times on the theme "Thus Saith the Lord ... I think?" Discussion groups will try to wrestle with some of the questions raised by the con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 November 1965

WAR WHOOP November 4. 1965 -.-. Sirraokc Signals Pago 2 Public Needs to Evaluate Duty in Viet Nam War By CHAIG GOODRUM The millions ot thinking Amer- icans who favor United States policy in Vict Nam have no leadership Magazines assert that the Victniks are harming their own cause Newspapers cdi- toiializc against the protestors Sevcial groups arc sponsoring Veterans Day marches in support of the policy Yet through all this blind reaction to the protests who has given responsible thought to the question what !.hould be the role ot the Amer- ican public in the war in Vict Nam' SO STRONG has become the re- action to the marches that it is m respectable society no longer respectable to think independent thoughts on Viet Nam The pro- LITTLE MAN LJTAKE9ACLA5S IN MOPERN CMCE PI HASAMIOTERM ' TOMORROW HASAN SO CLOCK CLASS 3 riWOMTHe CAMPUS UJ 0PAUTY CONTESTS TEACHES ABNORMAL ' - v' 1-1 PSYCHOLOGY? American World Policy Sets Two Standards Talk Action By PAUL LACK '1 ho current foreign policy...

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

November 4 1965 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Dragons Chickens Mix In Education Art Class STRAIGHTENING THE BLOND HAIR on hor paper mache duck. Judy- Sitchler exhibits her student teaching art project in Mr. Sher- wood Suier's special class for prospective elementary teachers. Women Form New Club A new women's social club Pi Delta Phi has recently been organized on the McMurry campus. At the club's first official meeting last week Cindy Moore was chosen president. Other of- ficers are Kitty Bentley vice- Rent a GO KART at the Lone Star Kart Kourse N. 1st and Clack Just Under Expressway presiden; Charlotte Corby secre- tary; Phyllis Griffin treasurer; and Barbara Rouseau interclub representative. Mrs. W. Fred Beyer instructor in psychology is the sponsor for the newly formed club. The club colors are camel and black. NOSN3H ACJNV By LINDA THORSEN Woe to she who has hayfever for once she's up to her elbows in sticky paper macho there can be no relief for an itchy nose! A damsel thus distressed is ...

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

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP November 4 1965 Sportin' Life By TOMMY JORDAN Sports Editor W7 The McMurry College fighting can get nlong without satisfying Indians now own a 3-3-1 mark in football In view of this and the approaching b a sk e t b a 1 1 .season I think it appro- priate to evaluate "my own per- sonal attitudes toward athletics. I do this hoping that some of you might be benefited and also for my own self interest. The only form of varsity ath- letics that I ever participated in was that of tennis. Even at the high school level the keen sense of competition is instilled in those who want to play and they never forget it. This is true with those who want to continue their ath- letic abilities after high school and even after college. As in any other sport a person learns to lose as I did while competiting in tennis. Learning to do this graciously is just as important as winning and builds character at the same time. To live is to struggle and to struggle for enjoyment is in itself u u...

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

College Releases Who's Who 29 Juniors Seniors Nominated for Honor Twenty-nine students have been nominated for "Who's Who Among Students m American Universities and Colleges" said Dr Joe C Humphrey administrative assistant to the president. THE VOL. 43 ABILENE. k sssssssssssssssssssHssssf-Jssssssssssssssssssssssbl?. -B PsslSlBB sssssssssssssssw HLPIBsfissssssssssssssi"" " JV!bss1S t.liBssftBssssssssssl HEf " ""raHfe jflPtesssssssssissssBssssisBssssssssssssssssssssssssssfisssssssssssvL-r Hsssssssssl HA bEbBBBBW Sk. .j(H(BBBBBBBKK H ssssssssssssssssssssssssfissvi sssssssssssssH Lssssssssm w iH Lsssssssssk WL. '.'lBH LssssssssssssW Patriotism Parade Today; Colonel Ryan To Speak With official representation from all three Abilene Col- leges college students will parade this afternoon downtown to a patriotic rally Guest speaker for the event will be Colonel John Ryan Vice-Commander of the Ninety-sixth Strategic Aerospace Wing stationed at Dyess Air Force Base Student body presi- dents of...

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

Pago 2 WAH WHOOP November 11 196S -- Ornolkc QJgrnil IJflllS - PLOTTING THE FINAL PLANS for a trip to the siate-wide MSM conference at Southern Methodist University are Mike Palmer Linda Gilliam and campus minister Jim Pickens. ' K'' ' By Contrary to popular belief I did not sleep in a morgue Halloween eve. My sister invited me to Southwestern University for the Halloween Carnival and dance having her beau make sleep- ing airangements for me. Harry works at the Georgetown Functnl Home and he threatened to put me in a silk-lined casket for the night. I was worried as I drove down there Satin day moining. By the time I got to Southwestern one of Harry's fratern- ity bi others gave up his bed in the Pi KaDDa AlDha house because he had to work Saturday night. It was the best sleep that I have had in a long time although a pledge meet- ing took place at 1:30 Sunday morning. Wham! Don't step out of your door it might be a knife. There it goes again. Cautiously peaking out of my door I fou...

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

November 11 1965 WAR WHOOP Paqo3 Art Department Purchases Painting The McMurry College Art De- partment has recently purchased a watercolor painting by one of the nation's foremost Indian artists Woody Big Bow. "A Lost Comanche In the Snow" is a watercolor painting of an Indian on horseback wander- ing alone in a blinding snow- storm. The general mood is of despair for the freezing air seems uppenetrable. All of Mr. Big Bow's paintings are based on Indian tradition and the life and beliefs of the Kiowa Indians. Professors Show Pictorial Review Dr. George J. Steinman and Sherwood Suter faculty mem- bers will present their "Views of a European Summer" in a program open to the pub- lic Thursday Nov. 11 at 3 p. m. in Radford Social Hall. The pro- gram is jointly sponsored by the Friends of the McMurry Library and the McMurry Women's Club. Suter head of the Art Depart- ment spent three weeks in Greece and Italy in July and Aug- ust photographing more than 400 color slides and studying Eu...

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

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP November 11 1965 Indians Tackle S. F. A. In Last Road Game The Fighting Indians of Mc Murry College go on the road for the last time this year to face the Stephen F Austin State College Lumberjacks of Nacogdoches. The Tribe is fresh from a spirited vic- toiy over Texas Lutheran and the Lumberjacks are enjoying a 17-13 victory over the Southwest Texas team Foes Behind In Statistics A late compilation of four aieas of statistics lovcals that the McMuny College Indians are holding an advantage over all op- ponents to date Through seven games the War- nois are averaging 117 yards on the ground while the opponents are close behind with a 10G total. Through the air lanes the Indians have averaged 105 yards to 92 yards for the opposition. The punting department holds the narrowest wedge of separa- tion in that Ficddy Walker has averaged -10 0 yauls a boot while the opponents are close behind with a fine 39 9 average. Jim Russell the place kicker and kick-off specialist is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 November 1965

THE VOL. 43 ABILENE IT'S PERFUMED FLOPIT in the aims of Lola Pratt Kathy Stephens who draws the attention from Buddy Deets Willie and Jeanne Rodolph Jane. The musical opens tonight in Old Main Auditorium at 8 p. m. for a three-night showing November 18 19 22. Musical Play "Seventeen' Opens in Little Theater By JOY HART The first production of Booth Tarkington's musical comedy Seventeen opens tonight at 8:00 p. m. in the Little Theater in Old Main Building. McMurry's first drama production of the season will be presented three times: Thursday November 18; Friday November 19; and Monday No- vember 22. Seventeen is the story of a summer in the life of Willie Bax- ter played by Buddy Deats. The year is 1907 and it is Willie's seventeenth summer the sum- mer that Willie discovers girls and one girl in particular Lola Pratt. The sophisticated city girl Lola played by Kathryn Stevens makes a big impression on Willie a country boy. And Next War Whoop Published Dec. 9 Thanksgiving is Thursda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 November 1965

WAR WHOOP November 18 1965 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS -- uniokc Sigmals -- In Between. We Think Pago 2 P8 noo UcMtnjA' limc v-v 1 -n knco iw vtti e MIP-TEKW GPWES ALR6APV 7HI5 EMKTER?" Student Support: Where Did It Go? At the beginning of the 1965 football season Coach Grant Teaff clubbed his team the "Fighting Indians" and the oppo- nents which the Indians have played this year have found out why! By fighting hard all season the Indians have come up with a 4-4-1 record. For a while it seemed that the whole campus was "fight- ing" for the team; then for apparently no reason at all the "Fighting Indians" were fighting all alone. This fact was exemplified by the lack of supporters at the last home game against Texas Lutheran College. An estimat- ed ciowd of 400 came to see the Indians play one of their bettor games of the season. This figure represents about one-fourth of the student body. More students that that could show up for a football game especially when McMurry is the home team. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 November 1965

November 18 1965 WAR WHOOP Pago 3 YOU'D THINK AFTER TWO HOURS I could open this box moans Silvia Robinson. Almost ovcryone looks forward lo opening his mail box to get a peek at Us contents. New Officers Installed In Chemical Fraternity A McMurry College chapter of the honorary co-educational chemical fraternity Gamma Sig- ma Epsilon was installed last week at a dinner meeting at Wyatt's Cafeteria said Dr. W. Norton Jones Jr. head of Mc- Murry's Science Division. Dr. Raymond B. Seymour as- sociate chairman of the Depart- ment of Chemistry at the Uni- versity of Houston represented the National Council of Gamma Sigma Epsilon and served as the installing officer. The chemical fraternity was founded at Davidson College in North Carolina in 1919 and now has active chapters in many states of the Union. The McMurry chapter will be designated the Xi Beta Chapter. Charter members of the Mc- Murry chapter are junior and senior chemistry majors who arc maintaining overall average of B or bett...

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