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

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP March 17. 19G6 Dr. Robb Delivers Final Willson Lecture the (SRERI UM.UE JU1 1 Great new Style Great Hew Fabriis Great Selection Styled for the young man who wants style real style at a price he can afford! Feel the richness of this new imported nil season fabric It has the lustre and appearance of fine Mohair the richness and glamour of Silk and Wool! By feel and sight we'll bet you can't tell it from fine worsted! It's 65 Dacron" 35 Rayon It holds its shape its press stays fresh. 2- and 3 button models Cloverleaf and "L" shape lapels Continental side vents. Subtle plaids solids indescents birdseyes and sharkskins in a temtic selection! Sec it You'll agree it's the best $35 suit ever produced! jKdjkH TPvB Skeins WHERE EVERY PENNY MEANS EXTRA VALUE. Charge it. take up to 6 months to pay SHOWCASE SQUARE Another season of Willson Lectureship'- has dosed with Dr Felix Robb s address on "Educ.i- Stamford Senior To Appear Friday On Infocade Pane! Don Ncwquist senior maike...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 March 1966

March 17. 1966 WAR WHOOP Pago 5 Russell Noll -- A Credit to McM By TOMMY JORDAN points a game and scored 250 Star Conference Player of the Russell Noll would bo the last Points durine thc year' Ycar award' Coach Kimbrc11 said- pcrson in the world to expound Fate had a large part in de- "In setting the Conference scoring on his basketball abilities. Per- termining where Russell would record Russell had to do this par- haps it is this quality that makes attend college. If his uncle ticular thing with not only one Resell the individual that he is. Oliver Bush had not been a long- boy trying to defense him. but time associate of McMurry the wlln anywnere irom two to tnrce big man from Colorado may never bovs on hlm- Wllh thii tvPc of have come to Abilene to play ball defense ho was still able to set Russell said "I looked over the all-time conference scoring "Player of the Year" for the Lone other colleges who had offered lecord. Star Conference and named to thc me a scholarship and I f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 March 1966

WAR WHOOP March 17 1S66 Down With Romance . . . Pago 6 Cupid Spelled IBM ... But Viva Compatibility By LINDA THOHSEN "Computer cards are breaking up that old gang of mine!" In this age of automation there seems to be someone for every- one? Giant IBM computers sort through stacks of card matching personalities and opinions likes and dislikes. The punthcard cupid technique was invented by two Harvard undergraduates Jeff Garr and Vaughn Moml and has now swept college campuses all over the nation In order to partici- pate a student fills out a ques- tionnaue answenng questions on subjects fiom sex to breakfast. He then describes the physical appeal ances on his ideal girl and sends the questionnaire along with Unco doll.us to the computer cen- ter The mighty machine is set to work pnd his card is matched on the basis of compatability with a young lady who has filled out u similar card. At least five cards are picked for each appli- cant although one extremely com- patible Vassar sophom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 March 1966

IHIHHIIh a CREON GRABS ANTIGONE in Afieairv ndiiy nuwcii a yuatu is played by John Chunlla Dr. Hunt to Talk About Leadership On founder's Day Dr Anthony Hunt president of Howard-Payne College and an alumnus of McMurry s schedul- ed to speak for the Founders Day occasion in chapel April 5 Easter Hoiidays ril7 Spring has sprung and the the countdown has begun" There arc only twenty-nine dajs of classes before semester exams oegin and it is exactly one week until Easter vacation starts On Thursday April 7 classes will end at 12 00 a m and the dorms will close at 2 00 p m Classes will resume on Wednes- day March 13 at 8 00 a m with the dorms opening on Tuesday March 12 at 1 00 p m Six Faculty Six faculty members have been recommended for promotion by the college's Board of Trustees Dean Howard Ramsey has an- nounced Piomotcd from assistant por- fessor to associate professor are Dr Robcit M Piatt sociology Dr Walter C Hofheinz relig- ion and psychology Dr Robert C Monk religion and Dr Ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 March 1966

WAR WHOOP March 31. 1966 -- SmoKc Signals - LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Cat Complacency Strikes Few Run in Council Race Pago 2 Editor's Nolo: Smoko Signals is a regular feature which attempts to present investigations of lho current vital topics which so pro- foundly affect us today and in the future. By RICHARD BAUMAN Complacency that's the word which describes the student body this spring. Only six candidates were concerned enough about running for campus office today. Two of the offices are unoppos- ed becauscd only one person was concerned about leading the Mc- Murry Student Association in that area To the writer this is a deplorable situation not because the one person in each office is incapable quite the con- trary but for the fact that Mc- Murryilos do not care whether there is good leadership of the student body. This complacency will show it- self again today at the polls. Not more than foity percent of the student body will take enough in T m yw'-'-8-w a yrdl ..ft JMfc. fev . A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 March 1966

March 31 1966 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Official Notice Proclaims No College Classes "Plcaso Mr. Austin loan mo a few more dollars." By JOY HART An official memorandum has recently been issued from Dr. Bennett's office from which the following is quoted: "Tomorrow has been declared an apprecia- tion day a day for all to show their appreciation to McMurry's students. The time has come for us to realize what an outstanding group of young people we have at McMurry. As a result of the observation of Appreciation Day there will be no classes tomorrow. All students are urged to spend the day in fun and frolics." Too good to bo true? Dream- ing? No not quite. Tomorrow is April Fools' Day. April played a joke she showed the best of weather And all the little flowers came tripping out together. Very airy very small dressed in summer laces; Suddenly she nipped them all and chilled their dainty faces. by Annette Wynne. No matter how original or silly a person's pranks may be tomor- row it seems that Ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 March 1966

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP March 31 196S Kappa Delta Pi Selects New Members Officers Kappa Delta Pi the national Camillo Stone Artesia junior is waldt from Brownwood is the honorary education society has the president for the coming year treasurer. announced twenty-two new mem- In second place on the officer list The only returning member to hers in a recent meeting and has is Judy Lawson Lubbock junior be elected to office is Glenda selected its officers for 10GG-G7 Jean Mathis from Floydada is Menefce of Roswell who was se- from that "st- the secretary and Becky Green- ectcd pubdty chairman. The new members are Bette Bass Abilene; Ginger Baber Abilene; Edna Byrd Abilene; Betty Harrison Midland; Georgia Kimbrcll Abilene; Karen Lena- mon Albany; Mary Mclntyre Abilene; Sandy Pirtle Sundown; Diane trustees Scott Clyde; Harvielco Offutt Deming N. M.; Fred Hamilton M"- " ' ' rnmBX:3 fev SSmsk HwiiiriilMiil ll m i 3m Jm$ iMLmmmWSi Board Raises Tuition Ups Work Program Twenty-two dollars per semes-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 March 1966

March 31. 1966 WAR WHOOP Page 5 Mr. Shotwell Banquet Slated For May 19 A legend in Texas coaching ranks Mr. P. E. (Pete) Shotwell will finish his 50th year in coach- ing and teaching as the current academic year ends. He is direc- tor of athletics and physical edu- cation at McMurry College. His coaching career that started in 1916 at Cisco is highlighted by three state championships and a chapter in Harold Ratliff's book Towering Texans. The legendary career suffered an Interruption during World War I when Shot- well served as a pilot in 1918 and 1919. Shotwell is the only Texas coach ever to win state football titles in three cities Abilene 1923; Breckenridge 1929; and Longview 1937. Shotwell a charter member of the Texas Coaches Association served as secretary in 1933-1934 and president in 1934-1935. He was one of the originators of the association's annual coaching school but missed the inaugural meeting in 1929 and again in 1930 because his Breckenridge teams were in the school...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 March 1966

March 31. 1966 WAR WHOOP Page 6 Danforf h Awards Platts Membership In Education Agency Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Piatt have received on appointment to the Danforth Associatcship an educational agency sponsored by the Danforth Foundation. The associate program is one of the Danforth Foundation's efforts to recognize and encourage good teaching and to assist in person- alizing the educational process. Participants in the program are appointed initially for a two-year term and arc provided $125 each year by the Foundation to carry out the aims of the program. A book fund of $100 is made avail- able annually too Associates arc invited to attend national conferences of the Dan- forth Foundation and also re- glow 1 and area conferences. Danforth Associates are college and university teachers and their wives or husLands who carry major lesponsibility in the class- room. The progiam places an emphasis on the role c. the teacher-scholar who has a stiong concern for students as persons who lias ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1966

Steinman to Relinquish Religion Chairmanship To Dr. Robert Monk With nineteen years of service to McMurry College almost com- pleted Dr. George Steinman will turn the chairmanship of the de- partment of religion and phil- osophy over to Dr. Robert Monk effective in September of this year. Remaining on the religion fac- ulty Dr. Steinman said "I shall continue to give a full measure of devotion to our beloved McMurry as a member of the staff of the department of religion so long as my strength and the years of my tenure permit." Dr. Monk who will assume chairmanship of the religion de- partment in September received the Ph D. degree from Princeton University in 1963 specializing in Church History. He also received the M. A. degiee from Princeton in 19G0 the bachelor of divinity from Perkins School of Theology in 1954 and the B. A. degree in sociology from Texas Technologi- cal College in 1951. He served as an associate state director of the Texas Methodist Student Movement in Austin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1966

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP April 14 1966 At Recent Coffee Dr. Bennett Discusses Tuition Phones Buildings Building tuition assets sal- aries telephones a $70000 com- puter these were u few of the topics President Gordon Dennett told students about ill his lecent coffee 'I lit piesidtnt said that the school has over $000000 towards .i fine arts building which would be elected in one of three sites around the c.impus One sugges- tion is the site of the president's foimer home now Hushing II ill and the science quadrangle tinolhei is .icioss Sayles where the pitstnt FA1J is located .ind still .inolhci is in Wall Wahlaysee p.uk 'Ihe college is also making ap- plication to n foundation for $7r)0 000 for the next building to bo erected whichever one it may be A $70 000 computer for the uiiilh department has been leased from International Business Ma- chines and will be delivered in the summer of 1907 Dr Bennett said that the living endowment would be in better condition if the churches from each of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1966

AprU 14 1966 WAR WHOOP Paqe 3 Library Adds Coin-operated Typewriters The students' need for type- writer use within the library has been met by placing new SCM Model 120 typewriters in the typing room of Jay-Rollins Library. These typewriters are coin-op-crated. The nominal charge is ten cents for twenty minutes or twenty-five cents for one hour. The SCM Model 120 featuics electrically operated keys jewel- ed main bearing wide carriage five automatic electric repeat ac- tions copy set adjustment (gives up to ten carbon copies) and a half-space key for clear correc- tions and line justification. The typewriter has a manual return and a touch control which allows the typist accustomed to u manual typewriter to make the change to electric typing with ease. This additional library service is the latest in a continuing series of additions for student use. Similar typing facilities at other leading educational institutions have been warmly welcomed by students who can now take notes or pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 April 1966

Page 4 WAR WHOOP April 14. 1966 Tribe First at H-SU Finish Fourth at UPC The track team from McMurry corded winning performances In College competed in meets on sue- the 440-yard relay the mile run ccssivc weekends taking first In the discus 120-yard high hurdles one and finishing fourth in the 880-yard run 100-yard dash mile other. The Tribe exerted all kinds relay shot put javelin and broad of strength in defeating Wayland jump. and Hardin-Simmons in a triangu- The team of Dcwitt Andrews lar meet on April second but ran Kenneth Decker Sonny Hicks into iough competition at the and Thomas Hyde turned in a Howard Pjyne Invitational on fine 43 2 in the sprint relay Rog- April 9 crs Won the mile in 4'37 6 and the Coach Grant Tcaff's Tribe com- 880 in 1-57G- Lcn Peters won pleluly dominated the Baptist lhc 120-highs in 15 0 Hyde won competition held ot the Hardin- the 100-yard dash in 9 G Windham Simmons track. The Indian took the Javelin with a 175-3 thinclads paced by IUchard Wind- Hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 April 1966

1.1 ... ( I """ Highschoolers Invade Campus Friday Council Plans Orientation Dance for Student Weekend Committee work is fast coming to a close as the second annual McMurry Student Week End emerges Into reality tomorrow afternoon and evening. "We can expect in the region of two hundred students" says over-all chairman Richard Drum. He was pleased with the general picture as the week end drew near. To show the academic aspect of the college professors will set up exhibits of their departments in some of their regular class- rooms. Saturday morning the visitors will be given the oppor- Von Ende Chosen TAMS President Dr. Richard C. von Ende chair- man of McMurry College's Fine Arts Division is new president of the Texas Association of Music Schools. Dr. von Ende was elected this past weekend as the TAMS held its annual meeting in Fort Worth. He will head an organization of 45 senior colleges and universities and 18 junior colleges. Dr. von Ende served last year as vice president and ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 April 1966

Pago 2 WAH WHOOP April 21 1S66 Klsss&MsssSrlssism.'- .-aMjajK'Wria.s'.'a.r 5 Dominican Situation Reported in Radford On National Wire Youth and students through- out the country may listen to a national discussion of American policy in the Dominican Republic on April 27 by means of a tele- phono line. This telephone hook-up re- ceived in Radford Auditorium for McMurry and Abilene will carry the findings and recommendations of commission members at a pub- lic meeting in New York City at 8:00 p. m. on the evening of April 27th. This date will be the eve of the anniversary of United States intervention in the Dominican Republic. But more important by the 27th a crucial election campaign will be underway there. "The election date is June 1st but if error and repression con- tinue as reported it is highly doubtful that fair elections will be held" says Fred Berger Latin American assistant of U. S. Na- tional Student Association. "And should the Dominican crisis not be resolved by pea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 April 1966

Apiil 21 1966 WAH WHOOP Pago 3 FINALISTS FOR SIX FLAGS talent aie the Wind jammers Jack Wilcox Jerrell Elliot and Clark Walter Mary Lynn Melton Pat Hamilton and Hoss Akin. These people from McMurry tried out last week end for tho Camnus Talent show at Six Flags but the results will not be known until sometime next week. zr-i$- i t JErtZmFW v a) ma r At lowo State Dr. Sharp to Study Electrical Compounds Physics professor A. C. Sharp College and in August of 1965 Jr. will do research this sum- received tho Ph.D. from Texas mer at Iowa State University A&M University. under a college teacher partici- . ff I f araiTjoDsupen On '66 War Whoop Looking for a reporter's job? Eat a Bat-burger . . . Batman Sweeps Campus ... Or Wear His Clothes college teacher partici pation program supported by the National Science Foundation. Sharp will be at Ames Iowa fiom June C to August 12 work ing on a research project being The War Whoop is seeking a staff conducted at Iowa State by Dr. for the comi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 April 1966

Page 4 WAR WHOOP Apiil 21 19G6 Indian Relays This Weekend Meet Adds Sparkle To McM Saturday Indian Stadium old but Bill Thomas Running the mile dressed up for the occasion will and two mile these two men be the site this Friday and Sat- urday for the ninth annual run- ning of the Indian Relays Vic- tors in the previous eight Relays tlieia in defending their long held title from Scotland will be challenged by Jimmy Rogers of McMurry. The meet promises to be the best ever and is being held on the the Indians of McMurry College . . A n.iA..j wui.if.. . McMurrv All visitors nn will have their work cut out for lhc campus aro invited to attend the invitational for it will provide a sample of the keen competition . .. .. . staged between McMurry and Including McMurry there will . .. . " other schools across the state be time other incmbcis of the hone Star Conference in tin' competition Howard Payne College the meet favorite Texas A & I and Sul Ross should give a good preview of what i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 April 1966

1 'Wn.'TjyiaV'j.ft 3W'SpBfck HHHHHBva!HIH B NO LONG-HAIRED MUSIC will be heard tonight JB&HBflpj H in Radford as the Five Americans play and sing HJKsBHBgPsfO Hpai their hits which have risen rapidly in the past few HHnSEHc:U l months. The Five Americans are Norman Ezell HHRItI BBW John Durrill Jimmy Wright Jim Grant Miko HPSdf ' ' Rabon KlliPfy Ml "OHCnO. fnv... . -f -nuj r Doug Loyd Named To TMSM Council McMurry College freshman Doug Loyd of Amarillo has been elected to the Council of the Texas Methodist Student Movement for a two-year term Loyd will replace another Mc- Murry student Mike Palmer on the council. Mike is the current president of the Texas MSM but will complete his two-year term on the council this year. Loyd was elected last week end at an area conference of the MSM at Ceta Canyon Camp neur Canyon Texas. The Ccta Canyon conference was one of five held in the state. Thirteen students from McMurry attended and 30 students were present from other colleges. Texas Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 April 1966

Pago 2 WAR WHOOP April 28 1366 Experiment in Club Cooperation Chi Omicron Ko Sari Co-host Banquet Dance By STEPHANEE HEACOCK Two social clubs can cooperate In planning an after-banquet dance agree XO and Ko Sari after planning the decorations and hiring the band jointly for the formul oeeusion lust weekend After putting many hours of hird work into the venture Pat McCirthy president of XO had this to say 'The joint effort created bettor decorations brought about understanding be- tween the different club mem. bers and divided the cost of the dane He felt that the re sources for talent weie much bro ider W O King committee clnir- man fi m Ko Sin expressed the desnc to eombino the two clubs once again for another social event It w is a lot of work but in the end it w is worth it The real vulue of the joint effort lay in the working together with dif- feient club members making new friends ' Another value would be to show the professors and ad- ministrators that clubs can work together...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 April 1966

April 28. 1966 WAR WHOOP Paqe 3 l Te rerererererHreHtm2?J?auL 1H TerererereB ESHF J jrerererH JS3r - THIS IS A GOOD EXAMPLE comments Edna Byrd as she tries to tell her Journalism pupils how to write a news story and a headline to fit it. THE MIRACLE OF THE STARFISH is the topic of Van Copeland's biology lecture to these two Cooper High sophomores. Students Teachers . . . Reciprocal Learning Stressed b .w7 V. -MIL. tHHSflHFrHTifM IT HAPPENED RIGHT HERE explains Lew Carter to his American history class. . . . One and the Same By EDNA BYRD Student teachers are instructors referees vote counters paper graders typists errand "boys' and expert bulletin board makers In addition they are average col- lege seniors and with graduation only a few weeks away each one of them is anxiously waiting to hold that coveted contract in their hands ' Who are you" is the first re- action of the pupils to the new- comer in the classroom "I'm the student teacher" beams the un- suspecting college senior ' O...

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