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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1966

Pago 4 WAH WHOOP February 10. 1966 Tennis Anyone? By TOMMY JORDAN (Second in a scries) gives the ball a backward spin so that it has a low bounce In order to thoroughly under- least two games after winning stand the game it is helpful to six games then he wins the set use a diagram of a tennis court a .u ..i! i.4 f so that the different locations in Playing tennis vanes with the two out of three sets In tourna- " Paying area can be observed indiv.du.il Those who play for ment play men usually play three Diagrams of this kind along with relax .turn do not exert as much out of five sets as a match while measurement specifications can energy as those who indulge in women play two out of three found In anv fiood reference "m-tch Play" Regardless of the The serve is perhaps the most JJ nZZ nlZTni kind of game you play there are important shot in tennis for it not ?"?" c fJ' t "' Tnnn certain aspects of the game which only puts the ball in play but it oSlion need elaboration can also be u...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1966

PREPARING THEIR QUES- TIONS for the Model United Nations Assembly in St. Louis are Paul Lack Mark Holcomb Craig Goodrum and Tommy Jordan. The dally paper usually changes their points of view on Laos' policy. (Not shown is delegate Ri:k von Ende.) wf What Is Laos7 World Policy? This question is foremost in the thoughts of the McMurry representatives to the U. N. meeting as they attempt to keep up with the policies of Laos through constant reading and studying. Five to Represent Far East Delegation At Model UN Meet How would ou like to be a delegate to the United Nations? Five McMuny men will journey to St. Louis Mo to participate in the Midwest Model United Nations meeting Maich 3-5. It may bo fun but so far the Sophomoic senator Craig Good- representatives of Laos fiom Mc- rum will discuss the Apartheid Murry have found little fun in Policy of South Afiica and the studying the ways their country question of Tibet in the Social votes or perhaps will vote in the Humanitarian and Cultu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1966

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP February 17 19G6 - uitioKc oi3ia1s - Social Club Domination Twists Campus Values By ROBIN GREEN Afli i thiLo cars of observa- tion I have concluded that the student iiitivitus on the McMuny campus are organi7cd in such n w.iy lli.it the student who wants to l ike part in campus life- Is foiled to pledge Because of the pic dent attitude on campus many freshmen take little time in elccidmg whether or not to pledge the big dciision is in the ihone of which club to pledge Inst I want to remind those who are pi inning to pledge a soinl club that they do have the privilege ef tern lining independ- ent no matter what the campus customs and attitudes seem to diet ite The second purpose for writing this article is to voice the idea that perhaps it is time for this campus to make some ihane.es in its social structure by providing loom for independents to take pirt in campus activities In speaking to prospective pledges the main point that should he sliesseel is that while it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1966

February 17 1966 WAR WHOOP Paqo 3 AN EAR-SPLITTING OPERATION . . . Preparing for lhe unusual opora- lion. Nancy Wilson first freezes her lower ear loba with ice cubes wrapped in a washcloth. After the lobe is numb Joyce Johnson thrusts a three-inch needle through the ear into a piece of cork and pulls it further with a pair of pliers. "OOH . . . what a feeling'says Nancy as Joyce inserts the sterilized stud into its new resting placo. Two Colleges Plan Physics Programs The McMurry and Hardin-Sim-mons physics departments are preparing to demonstrate physics experiments to area physics stu- dents who are still in high school. The first of this scries of pro- grams is to be held in the Quad rangle February 19 for the pur- pose of promoting both the col- leges and the study of physics. Spring induction for associates and members was discussed in the recent meeting. Anyone with an interest in physics may contact Dr. Virgil Bottom or Dr. A. C. Sharp of the physics department or Leslie Dob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 February 1966

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP February 17 196S Tribe Tumbles 'Kats for second time Being n long way from homo raced to a 53 to 44 load at half- pepper and Danny Noll rounded did not seem to affect the Indians time. The Bcarkats managed 45 9 out the scoring with three and of McMurry College last Satur- percent from the field and 43.7 two points respectively day night as they defeated the percent from the "gratis" line. For the Bcarkats Manuel Her- Sam Houston State Bcarkats Noll and Millard Shivers took nandez scored 18 points to lead rebounding nonors ior the in- me tsearKais attacK. Jimmy Mai- dians with 14 and 11 respective ly. Roy Patterson of Sam Hous- ton took game honors by snar- 83-78 For the second time this sea son the Tribe guided by Head Coach HcrshcllKimbrell turned ' 5 f th hosts dians playing one of their better Dean Ingram the smallest man RUSSELL KNOLL . . . top reboundor in Bear Kat lcr added 13 points. McMurry is now tied with the Bcarkats in fifth place with a 3-C Lone Star Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1966

Council Contracts "Lettermen" First Big Name Group to Appear on Campus TWO PRESIDENTS SIGN lho contract for the Lettermen who will fo slonal talent " bo on the Reservation Iv.arch 17. The big name entertainment has Tickets for the finally been approved by the student association and the administra- tion i" xccr.lcd by student president Steve Miitlcstet and Dr. Gor- don Bennett college nrccident. A fast and hopefully a precedent the Lettermen ccnti acted as the fust "big name" entertnmipnt rn the Re eivalicn will per- foim Mirch 1" a "led letter day" in the his- tory of McMuny Steve Mtttlcstet stident association pi en- dent and Rcqer Ward chanman of the cam- pus entcitainment committee Lave "-pent manv lonf 1 outs ai ranging for one of the nation's ci'tstarding entertainment gioups tc vi it the campus Lynn Tavior former sophomore ccnatoi s.-j' ' Tl i procs tr at the student associa- tion tan leal'y do big things Labt cai I a ked Dr Bennett if he could gie us ( 'e s'i dent a uciation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1966

Page 2 WAR WHOOP February 24. 1966 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS - Smolkc Signals -- Member For Joining Reasons Club RECENTLY. SOCIAL CLUBS ent students from participating HAVE BEEN CRITICIZED for the in campus activities such as in- J JJUlllll .... . . .. frnmtiml cnnHc T tMnlr flint iUn social club It is an 1ULl uuu lnclr P'eage programs "... o..- ...- .... SUC1U1 UUU 11 IS un .... mplnr nf thie clntomont hno fVio In nrnspnt thn reasons "uvl: """-" uwu " siuucm s - "- - - "; for and the alues of social clubs XH2Pe DOJ'T LO0 'Mussep'-o'jz. House wornee makes US PASS A PKenY TOUGH INSPECTION WHEN Wf COWS i(V" An Independent Examines Effect of Clubs Pledging By CRAIG GOODRUM By MIKE HARALSON to develop into a "complete in- had used for "running around" . . .. dividual" Now I am not saying and having fun Pledging taught In deciding whether or not to hnt these sodal needs CJm be me how tQ uU1ze Q paft of thU pledge a social club one must de- satisfied only by social clubs; time and now three ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1966

February 24 1966 WAR WHOOP PageS WELCOME GRANNY "Those Were the Days My Friend" War Whoops Picture Fads Campus Life of Then and Now by JOY HART 18 this headline appeared in the usual and unique announcements . . . . War Whoop: "Even the Yellow- were made. The first is shocking a ?Tnu hroUEh War10WK Pj iacts Attend classes in Mc- indeed: "Surprise rocked the Me- diated back as far as 1935 and Murry.. Tho slory continuedi Murry campus last weekend 1936 one might be surprised to .Wo welcome the enthusiasm when it was discovered that for- find that many similarities exist which thc ycllovvjacket . mer Nazi cader Adolph niUcr between the McMurry of today proaches the art of education. was holding down . positlon on and the McMurry of yesterday. howtver we would much prcfcr the McMurry teaching staff." Tlie McMurry students share one that he attend night classes." second headline stated: "Board very grave and serious problem MURDER IN PRESIDENT Meeting Votes $20 Refund for with their brot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1966

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP February 24 1966 Century Mark Breaks - McM Crushes Lobos 113-83 - The McMurry College Indians found the range Monday night and crushed the Sul Iloss Lohos 113(13 Remembering a 101-82 loss to the Lobos earlier in the ycai at Alpine the entire bench for the Indians seemed to be reeking personal revenge for the first loss A grand total of five McMurry pluyeis scored in the double figuiis Big Hussell Noll was high po nt man for the Tribe and had the second highest total for the game at 2li points Following in older were newcomer Tommy Lankford ID Dean Ingrain 11 find Millaid Shivers and Danny Noll with 12 a piece In addition to the leading five s on is fm the Tube sx otlur Indian- made thou mark on the sum bond Charles Huscy and Hot and Cold Indians Drop Two in a Row Ihe MiMunj College Indian baskitball learn urn hot and cold Inst week in dropping two deei- sions to long time nvals On 'Ihuisdiij night the upset of the jcai w.is missed by a few seconds and i few points T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 March 1966

Windjammers to Appear in Talent '66 From amateur to professional the Three Windjam- mers will star with 14 other acts from college campuses in the statewide television program Talent '06 an hour- long talent show. Selected from 400 acts to appear on Talent 'GG pro- duced by KHOU-TV in Houston the campus performers were filmed on the Reservation in the fall for the pro- duction to be released Friday evening at 0 30 through KPAH channel 12 in Abilene. KPAR will repeat the Talent 'GG show Sunday after noon at 4 30 and channel 13 on the Cable will telecast the program Maich 0 at 3 00 p m The Dallas Morning News wrote "The Windjammers could be booked professionally now" but they will per- form in the Texas A&M Talent Show this week end as "amateurs" (without remuneration) HARDLY AMATEURS the Three Windjammers ap- peared in 23G shows of ' Thank You Mr President" in the summer 19C3 Campus Revue Cast at 'Six Flags Over Texas" The singing trio also performs lcgularly at the Abilene Petro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 March 1966

Page 2 WAR WHOOP March 3. 1966 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS 4P' ' ncwPAt r h I - urenxkc Sigjials -- McMurry Students Need To Voice Opinions Openly 'You hpaKo mp uufpi.ina. my pcvseaeu notp cad;. MK6 Hanson- I'aa wcwns vew haw writing a tcra paps(? ' Ikiii -Da Oman's By RICHARD BAUMAN Roses .lie red Violets arc blue Yuu'ic lots more fun than Sniffin' glue 'I his nifty verse ariived on a white heart-shaped home- made alcntine from one of the staff members on that dear- est of das St Valentine's Da Almost cvei.v day since Edna has been student teaching at Coopei High School unusual notes have been hidden on my tvpeuvtitci or desk leaving instructions or telling of some sentiment she has had ' Misoij is getting one type of picture when you asked for something else" was the note I found when a certain pic- tiue did not suit the mind of the vorboso editor Then on February 17 1966 a letter was delivered from what seemed to be Playboy Magazine but in actuality it was from (j ou guessed it ) "Dear ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 March 1966

March 3 1966 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Republicans Pick Mason For Prexy Russell Mason was recently elected executive chairman of the McMurry Young Repub- licans Club Other officers are Mike Beverly vice chair- man Chris Bolan recording sec- retary Linda Thorsen corres- ponding secretary and Richard Bauman treasurer The District Commissioner of the Abilene Young Republican Club Marcus Anderson was in attendance and offered advice on the organiza- tion of a Republican Club on campus A committee consisting of Min- lynn Gamino Dorothy Hare Tommy Joidan Mason Beerly and Mrs Billie Powers club sponsors nut later in the week for revision ot the Young Repub- lican Constitution lo suit campus needs Relief Is By LINDA THORSEN The rushing is over the pre- pledgers are now big brothers and sisters and many McMurry students aie now pledges of one of the social clubs on campus From the first steps to the last rushing was a time of decisions joys parties and a few tears The first step was the tran- script ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 March 1966

March 3 196S Pago 4 WAR WHOOP t. ha Tennis Anyone? TOMMY LANKFOHD . . . laio start fast finish DEAN INGHAM Completes last year for Warriors RUSSELL NOLL LSC scoring champ Bobcats Defeat Warriors HPC-LSC Champs The ctirtiiin fell Inst Saturday on the lOfifi edition of Lone SUu Confidence basketball when the Uobcati fioin Southwest Texas Slate walloped the Indians of MiMuny College Although the Bobcats had one moie encuit name to go ttn.y nailed down the second place heith buh.nd the Smitty's Malt Bar featuring Smitty's Suporburgor Still only 40c with Fries S. 14th Across from McMurry Champion Howaid Payne College Yellow Jackets The Indians clo.sed out their 19(i.')-19(jU basketball campaign and at the same time the Tribe's Itusscll Noli concluded a star- studded foui-ycat caicei by com- ing through for 24 points Noll's 24 points the high foi the game gave the 6-1 senioi for- ward from Pueblo Colo a total of 434 points and a 217 aveiage for the season He scored 354 points in 14 confer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 March 1966

' OllN LIBRARY y Colloyo THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOL. 43 ABILENE. TEXAS THURSDAY. MARCH 10 1966 NO. 19 PMPMV JpppV Iff &. 7 a" iiHf ' Willson Board of Trustees Meetting Opens The Board of Trustees Meeting inaugurates the two-day Will- son Lectureship series Tucsdiy inoi nine as the board gathers at 1130 with chahman J M Will- son endow ci of the lectin eslup Di Kch C Robb president of Gcoigc Peabody College for Teachers is the lecturer who will begin his series of three speeches Tuesday evening to conclude Wednesday night Mis Lon V Smith a native Texan and public school teacher is to speak on the ' Countdown to Success" Tuesday morning at 11 00 chapel The morning sched- ule will be rearranged so that all students may attend the lec- tin c Tuesday evening at 8 00 Dr Robb will deliver his first ad- For Graduation Senior Class To Purchase Invitations All seniors should plan to visit the Balfour Representative in the Campus Bookstore who is taking orders for graduation in- vitations tod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 March 1966

Pago 2 March 10. 1966 tX " A fly EDNA BYRD War Whoop Ediio niDKi' Signals -" McM Delegation Receives Commendation at St. Louis This college cdilor finds little time for school Instead of learning chemistry she s hip on column rule She knows about Caramond and machine bold face a dab of printers Ink puts her in the rat race. As if one newspaper wasn t enough Jo do when she started student leaching she ended up with two LONG WEEK'S JOURNEY INTO THE WORLD OF AN EDITOR In i gicit tditoi tli.it onto wis when tliL pi inlet's ink li is gotten into join blood on cm t lcI it out " aid m high school joiiin ilism ttachet I in inclined to at'ice witb hi'i and with tl o lact that pimtci s ink doesti I tome out of ones Untile veiv easily eitliei As in olhei piolcssions an cdiloi must wcu the inuk of hoi tiadc WOE BE UNTO THE FEMALE EDITOR because she is expected to look like a woman but woik like a dog The uoild of an cditoi is conlusmg and she is contused and con- fiontcd i itb wiek bv headline ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 March 1966

March 10 1966 WAR WHOOP Paqo3 1-2-3 puff . . . New Clothes Must Fi . . . loses extra fat Dull Roar Shrill Sounds- Signs of Life on Campus by JOY HAHT 1-2-3-4. 1-2-3-4 Puff . . . Puff . . Puff 1-2-3 1-2-3 Puff . . . Puff . . Puff. 1-2-3 AAAonhh! This feature is dedicated to my fat out-of-shapc comrades in Martin Doim The names have been changed to protect the over- weight but the truth of tins article is unquestionable. With spring fast approaching boys thoughts may turn to love but girls thoughts invariably turn to new spring clothes bath- ing suits and the extra pounds they have mysteriously accumu- lated. College females and especially college ficshmen arc constantly concerned with weight problems One of the major crises in a col- lege girl's life occurs the first time she travels home her fiesli- man year. EXERCISE IS ONE WAY to lake off those miserable extra pounds SLOWLY THE REALIZATION that 'mysteriously' appeared during the winter months of inactivity comes that college has m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 March 1966

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP March 10 1966 Noli Repeats On All-City Squad Russell Noll the sensational .senior from McMurry College and duties Clock of Abilene Chris- tum College were repealers on the 1'lfiO Reporter-News All-City colli ui ile basketball squad Joining these classy scorers arc ACC senioi forward Terry Priest Hardin Simmons playmaker Dill Hohinine and Hardin-Simmons junior foiward Clarence Mc- IIi my Mi Henry was the only junior named to the all-star team deck Knhiuinc Noll and Priest were unanimous choices II SU and ACC landed three each on honoiablc mention whilr McMuiry placed one. Il.iidin-Sinunons picks were junioi foiwaid Dick Nagy senior 1'u.nd Cliailes Dishrnan and jun- 101 tonlei Sylvestei Neal who not si fust team vote Sophotnoi c guards Lurr y Ad.uns and John Hay Godfrey and senmt centei -forward Jerry Moig.m all of ACC received hon- oi.ililc mention Dean Ingiam McMurry's little lull h.mdlei also made honorable mention Ingiam is a senior gu.ud r &K-A3 mm f 9if r$ x...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 March 1966

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 March 1966

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP March 17 1SE6 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPy$ -- Smioke Sag malls -- f Berkeley Revolt Depicts 1 & d I Ci d XJX9i-lJ.jMs. MSM Needs Support For Foreign Student vommunisi infiltration Editor's Note: Smoko Signals is They have their place and do it today or are all these things a regular feature which attempts justice. Many have fretted ically important enough for our Jo present investigations of the lately over whether the student consideration? current vital topics which so pro- association will go "in the hole" ARE WE REPUBLICANS foundly affect us today and in the on the "Lettermcn." Anothoi Democrats or independents? Are future. earth-shaking controversy which we conservative or liberal? Are nniTocr-TT mcn has now somewhat subsided is we Methodist Catholic or Jew ay HUbbELL MASON that over requrcd chapel. Is not or are we anything at all along Did you sec the film on the our country's futuie almost as mi- that line? Are we members of Berkeley riots at the Universltv !ort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 March 1966

March 17 19E6 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Wearing of the Irish Green... Begorrah It's St. Patrick's Day LUCK OF THE IRISH Jane Lippard whose grandfather is a full- blood Irishman searches for a four leaf clover so that she might possess a little bit of luck on St. Patrick's Day. March 26 Four Coeds To Seek Miss Abilene Title More than campus beauty four McMurry coeds have entered the Miss Abilene Pageant sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce Chosen from about 50 contest- ants the twelve semifinahsts will enter the final competition Sat- urday March 26 with Vicki Coul- ston Susan Allen Dinah Gray and Mary Lynn Melton repre- senting McMurry Miss Abilene for 1964 Janice Kinnard was a student from the Reservation before she became a receptionist at KRBC radio and TV At a press conference held on the week end Linda Taylor Miss Abilene for 1965 welcomed the girls to the pageant with the re minder tint it is hard work but great fun " The local affair part of the grassroots for the national Miss Amenca...

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