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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 April 1966

Pago 4 WAR WHOOP April 28 1965 5 al o r o -" fe W 5 7 s 15; E 3- s " s T o i s s & g W i O o CQ 2 5 O O O oc " B - X CD Q OC O V- LU OS Q LU n: CD O I OS O - ti o i O LU 0) S.IG!"SGA PRE-ENROLLMENT of the Ballinger Bearcats. Cinder men Meet TW At Invitational On Saturday the McMurry cindermen will travel to Hobbs New Mexico to meet the Texas Western trackmen in the annual duel track meet between the two schools. Last year the two schools had a very close contest with Texas Western winning in the last event the mile relay. Coach Grant Teaff says that our Mc- Murry Indians are going all out to defeat Texas Western and come home with first place. Just Around the Corner Graduation You Can Find It At Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. 218 Ccdnr OR 4-2673 TIRED OF THE SAME OLD THING WHEN EATING OUT? Then go where the selection is varied and large the service is fast and price is right Dine With Confidence MACK EPM APPLICATION is Milford Wiley Going to Hobbs for the Indians will be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 May 1966

Publications Win Second in TIPA War Whoop Galleon Capture Eleven Single Awards The three McMurry student publications War Whoop To- tem and Galleon tallied 25 points to win second place honors in Division II of the Texas Inter- collegiate Press Association con- test this weekend in Odessa. At the awards banquet Satur- day evening on the Odessa Col- lege campus the War Whoop was named second in the news- paper contest for its division which was judged by John Sim professor of journalism at the University of Minnesota. The Totem was awarded a second place by Linda Gassay yearbook advisor for the University of Kentucky in the yearbook con- test. Russell Baird professor of journalism at Ohio University judged the magazine contest in which the Galleon placed second. Helping to boost McMurry stu- dent publications to take third highest over-all points accumulat- ed in the convention were staff writers and contributors to the War Whoop and Galleon. Mc- Murry received eleven individual awar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 May 1966

May 5 1966 Page 2 WAR WHOOP -- Smaoke Signals - LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Doctors Keen Man Alive P cSfc Medicine Not Immoral r6tcz I GEAR? Mo$Ttx otFzqtmm sew-smQZ A'syAP VJom A FINAL GRADE OFV rTXUJVV MB?" Editor's Note: Smoke Signals Is a regular feature which attempts to present investigations of the current vital topics which so pro- foundly affect us today and in the future students and faculty mem- bers are invited to submit ma- terial to Bill Knox the permanent editor. By RICHARD BAUMAN Should a doctor try to save a life when there is little chance for survival? Recently this question has been paramount in the news. Marcel L. DpRudder 65 under- went surgery on April 21 for a defective heart. Surgeons placed an external heart on his chest and hoped for the best. Monday after his operation he was alive although unconscious the state he was in since the operation. Without surgery assistance to people who need was not immoral to keep DeRud- medical attention and to use the der alive. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 May 1966

May 5 1966 WAR WHOOP Page 3 Red Rover French Films Enliven Class Activities fas nwr i By LINDA THORSEN teachers are all out to make each In this troubled age when it class ns dull as possible A care- seems that the world consists of ful study has shown that this is term papers horrible tests and not the intended method of some incomprehensible lectures most McMurry teachers and statistics students harbor the belief that actually show that a select few ! Itr Xflf Rf .&p?t. 1 WELL PRESSED. BUT WHICH ONE? U a dilemma confronting Evelyn Ansley as the looki for her botany project pressed in the leaves of one of these books but which one presents her with a definite problem. Zenith Cleaners 1188 So 2nd OR 4-5297 Tuxedo and Dinner Jacket Rental REAL HARDWOOD CHARCOAL IN BROILING BURGERS MAKES THE DIFFERENCE IN TASTE Mack Eplen's Drivateria 2626 No. 1st even try to make the class Inter- esting! On a casual stroll through the McMurry campus evidence to the Interest Theory" as it is known...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 May 1966

Page 4 WAR WHOOP May 5 1966 McM Scalps Miners; ENMU Wins Third McMurry College unleashed strength in all areas of competi- tion this past weekend and upset favored Texas Western in Hobbs New Mexico. Also caught in the onslaught was late-entry Eastern New Mexico University who fin- ished a distant third. It was a windy chilly Saturday night in New Mexico that saw the Tribesmen amass 87 points com- pared to 51 for the Miners of El Paso and 28V4 points for the ENMU group. The scalping was without a doubt the finest performance by Head Coach Grant Teaff's Indians this season. The Indians who have been improving all season after early injuries found that first places were growing on trees as the Tribe garnered four of the six field events and six running events. Leonard Peters gave it that old HOBERT DARDEN . . . Tennis Senior LUSKEY'S INC. 2431.34th Street Lubbock 113 Houston St. Fort Worth 3112 N. First Street Abilene Gift Headquarters (or Westwood Plaza 3648 North 10th OR 4-1314 FOR ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 May 1966

Non-Profit Organization U. S. Postage PAID Permit No. 495 Abilene Texas THE iarai? whoop McMURRY COLLEGE SUMMER EDITION Carr to Address Summer Graduates Texas' nttoincy general Wafi- gonci Can of Lubbock will id- dicss McMuny's summei fitaduat- lng class August 19 Cair an outstanding Methodist la man and Di John Ficdcnck Olson of Oklahoma City picsi- dent of Oklahoma City Univci- sit will receive honorary de- fit ecs Appioxmialely 100 will leccive dcgices in the summer commen- cement exercises Di Joe C Hum- phiey ditcctor of the summer school and administiathc assist- ant to the president said Di Olson has been piesidcnt of OCU since July 1904 He h i solved both as a Methodist mm istei and as an cducitoi He ic- cencd his own collegiate training it DePaul Univetsitv Boston Uni- eisity School of Theology and Boston Univcisity Giaduate School (foi the Ph D ) Carr has served both as a stale SCIENCE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES Schedul ed for occpuation by Nov. 1 the new science build...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 May 1966

Page 2 WAR WHOOP Summer Edition Bauman's Bow By RICHARD BAUMAN Financial Assistance Open to Students SURPRISE! It's suminci edition tunc for the W.u Whoop .ind licic wo .up slaving for you to piescnt in up-to-the-minute icpoit on the happenings heie and mound Me- Muny Countiy This fall will he the beginning of n gie.it eni foi McMuny and ou The science building should be completed nnd phones are bung installed in the rooms (You can lead about these nnd olhei inttiesting subjects in this issue of youi papci ) THINGS TO LOOK foiwaid to include Ficshman Week wheie uppei classmen nnd ficshmen will meet foi the fust time Get-ac-quaintcd patties ate scheduled and some serious discussion should insue tow aid making this je.ii bcltei than last Tommy Joid.m Student Asso- (i.ition I'lcsidont will be on hand it most functions but his main ((lutein this fust month will be the oiganiation of Homecoming and the Slime season although head chcei loader Mike King will be in chaige of the fiesliinen ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 May 1966

Summer Edition WAR WHOOP Pago 3 r vHBlBwRadBBBBBBBBBvSlBBBBfHBHUBB BmC -rt-lM bbbbbbI !HLW '-i wK HP -k HHHJ KtME BHHk 14 v HBrVHHHr Yii 4 HF iBBBBBrBKp BI HHHl BHHh & BBBfi pi?ftaiiiafc.yi VL St w -"-4JP' BHHHMVBHHBM BV VM. ! r '7rV'i?S ?"BBWBri AH. THIS IS THE EASY LIFEI Clark. Jerrel. and Pat relax by the poolside before showtime. ANOTHER AL JOLSON ... Pat Hamilton sopho- more from Lubbock sings an Al Jolson version of "Moonlight Bay" in a vaudeville show at the Crazy Horse Saloon at Six Flags Over Texas. rBTWyBBMH FIND A Its An Actor's Life For Four Collegians By EDNA BYRO Oh for the life of an actor with daik glasses bright lights and swooning fans .... And four McMurry College stu- dents have the whole bit this summer at Six Flags over Texas between Dallas and Fort Worth The boys '. summertime especially when they're on stage. APPEARING FOR THE FIRST TIME with the Crazy Horse Saloon Gang at Six Flags is Pat Hamilton of Lubbock McMurry sophomore. He scores a hit eight SEARC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 May 1966

u imaii i iiiui kAuina Pago 4 WAR WHOOP Summer Edition Offense Keynote for Fall Season Forty-five candidates will re- port to head football coach Grant Tcaff September 1 for fall work- outs. "The keynote for 1966 will be offensive and scoring" said Tcaff. With the majority of the defen- sive unit returning the main emphasis will be on offense. The team will use many "pro-sets" and "I" formations. Halfbacks David Bonds Stan- ley Austin and Freddie Walker wcie lost by graduation. Out- standing middle linebacker Car- los Mainord will return as a stu- dent coach helping tutor co-captain Joe Coffer a junior from Borgcr who will plug up the holes from that position. During spring training some changes were made to improve the offensive unit. Tommy Bumis a 0-4 junior from Gail moved from defensive end to of- fensive tackle will be a strong prospect for this starting position. Gary Pittard weighing 200 and standing 6-2 moved to offensive wingback; and Chester Dough- erty sophomore from Perr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1966

UHiliTi or acw. :v chlle.. Reservation Hears New Sound Intricate Network Places Phone Calls l! iijwmwtekj! imi in ii jWmk. . BB hhhhhhhvAkp' ' .jHSawiBt HHHIHnrtjnK1IK'ry ' IHMar I laaaeLlllllllllllflfl i I ii s-- .HKslcSV tKySi PBX INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Gladys Casner. shows two student operators how to run the new PBX switchboard. Not shown are Mrs. Fronkie full time operators and Karin Stone and Kate Null student operators. THE VOL. 44 For Fall Semester Registration Totals 1304 Registrar Jerome Vannoy an- President Gordon Bennett ad- at 8 a. m. with a count of 252 nounced McMurry's fall enroll- dressed and welcomed the stu- seniors 242 juniors 359 sopho- ment of 1304 students at the close dents faculty and guests Tucs- mores and 416 freshmen. Gradu- of the third day of registration day at the formal convocation of ates and specjal students num- witn tne neaacouni oi mgni me ioriy-iourm session oi me cui- school and the Dyess Air Force lege in Radford Auditorium. Branch still to come. Cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1966

I'.iKi -i THE WAR WHOOP Scplember 14. 1966 War Whoop Aids Campus With Threefold Purpose 'i it Wu Win ip f iiutn n i ti pi I f I Ml .1 pillillt I I l( I Fill till llltlll llllllgl UmiUHIIllt 'IlllS filiation is Ihiielold t(i repoit llii i wsof thi MiMuiij campus In Us ii uli is to serve .is .ill opin- lun inirliiini thiougli its ulitoii.il p igi .mil In sine tin1 Inisiniss IllllllllllllltJ .mil piospictivc ms- tninits thiougli if adviitising i iiluiniis Out of llu roll most ih.ugcs tow nil in iiilkge ncwspapei is till Illlstl0tl of .lllmilllstl.ltlM mult ii On tin- Hisuv.ition tin- .iiliiiinisti.ilioii ind faiult si i tin W.ii Whoop it tlie same tune llul sliiilints do If hi Ip is in i (Ii il in in iking i illusion tin u Ciini I'.ittj in I.uk Holili n iiKisois .in i.illul upon h the tinli nt iditm Kiili ml H.iuman In nidi i to s i vi tin i.mipus iniiiiiuiiiit fivi iliffiunt .iiims LITTLE MAN it pnsinH'1 Inivvs tuns ap- I i i i ii p ii on stiuli nt opm- i ms iditin.ii ind letters arc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1966

September 14 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Japanese Secretary Compares U.S. Life To Island Habitat I i&w& l fsw JAPANESE WEAPON? Michi Ohtako uses her folded umbrella as a means of protection not only from the rain but from aggres- sive persons. 1 B9VyyjBSkMMMMJHNMBK " jSOJbHH 'Is this i deposit ion" asked the sninll ch licnte ligal sccietaij Michi Okt.iko Tin viand" Aftn this iipoitoi assutcd tjpes of foods but Michi liad no problem at .ill She said ' I just loi voui food ' In fait she pre- fois bicnd to tin Japans major Miihi that she was not about to pinduit Lvcn whin Miihi was a hac questions fed .it hei b a little "1. hn gi.indmothci used sharp uaftj upoitu she set- to siold hu because of her lied down and bewail talking unusual tasks she liked to put i.ilml milk and sugai on hei nee Asked about tiends in Japan Squash was a new Jish for Michi said "Yes we have those Michi because none aic found in long-hancd (woid failed hi r Japan "Walci melons " Mithi then ) beatles ' Yes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1966

September 14 19SG Pafii 4 THE WAR WHOOP w Cumba for 1966 1hi Mr Murij. Fighting Indians will i ii t on tin w ii p itli S it- unl i night Stph mlic I 17 .ig i ii t tin Aiiri In St.iti Cnl Ii gc I uns in S in Angelo nl 7 10 p in 'IIk Ang( lo Rams will be inli i nit! Hit n thud Jt.it of foot- hill iftfi then foiu yi n l.i-off wludi Ihrhi in 1'11't I his will l tin thud iiuttnif.' of tin. In- dim md It mis 'I hi- fust mut- ing ii siilu d in .i lil-1 t vutoiy fm th It. mis ind l.ist ( ir's (4 itiu !l 7 Indian wi tin So this 14.11111 will hii.ik tin tu I'l oiii J it t looking .it tin si itistlis it sit in like Sm Angt In wll he .ilih t) put i nioic txptiitneetl foothill ti mi on tin fluid Situi- d.iy night Angelo St.iK lost only five I'ltiinun this jt.ii nihil thiough gi.uhs in ti.nis- fiis .md hive nun tun of l.ist i .ii 1 1 t t ( in i n illuming Almost tlu i nine offmsivt nnd dtfmsivi units will iituin eight ofhnsive .md tin defensive The TiiIh s lugisl wony will tome fiom Angilo's qu.i...

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

aP i to THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOL. 44 ABILENE TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 21 1966 Antigone Repeated Romantic Fantasy Ondine Second Repertoire Play By JOY HART Tryouts arc now being held for Ondine and they will con tinuc until Fnday Ondino by Jean Giraudoux is a fantasy the tale of romantic water nymph and a knight Ondine and Hans "fall fatally and irrevocably in love and are tragically separated bc-ause they belong to different worlds " This "delightful" play was produced on Broadway in 1954 with Aud rey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer in the leading roles All McMurry students mterest- ed in drama may tryout for any of the 17 male and 12 female parts included in the play. Freshmen arc eligible and one does not have to be a drama major to participate Anone who would like tryout should contact Mr Sub- lett in his office back of the stage in Old Main for a script Try- outs will be held individually by appointment with Mr Sublett through Friday Ondine will be only one of the piesentahons of the McMurry dram...

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

September 21. 1966 THE WAH WHOOP Students Receive LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Methodist Scholarships (js&ESSh "YOU MEM TO SAY YOUVS PEBN SP6AXIN' FR$NCH S'WSZTUIS HOUK J.W& F&NCH JL SEMESTER'" Foreign -Born Flavio Becomes McMurry Reservation Indian n.Hiti Veig.i an 18-year-old native of Biiil is a freshman not only to McMurry but also to tlu United Stales since he ar- med only a few days befoie rcg- isti.itum The aruval of the young Hi. mil. in scholar to the McMuiry campus is a dieam come true to many McMuny students A eai ago when physics piofessor Dr Vngil Bottom returned fiom Sao l'aulo Brazil wheie he had taught on a Kullbright Fellowship he made a talk in McMurry's as- sembly about the need for cx- ihango students with Brazilian universities McMurry students responded to this talk by taking action washing cars mowing lawns babysitting and talking profes- sors into cash contributionsto reach their goal of paying for an exchange student. Judy Clack. Suiio Copland and Vf V7 ...

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

September 21 1966 THE WAH WHOOP Page 3 Darrell Initiates System Freshman English very Personal Informal In 19G1 when Dr. C. B. Darrell began teaching freshman English at Drew University he was "as- tounded at the chaos" in the course. "There were no uniform or effective methods that anyone was happy with." Dissatisfied Dr. Darrell began to experiment try- ing to find a method to teach this "very personal very intimate skill" called writing. One afternoon as he was going from desk to desk helping each student individually he stumbled upon the method that he is now using with his freshmen courses here at McMurry. The first few minutes of each class are devoted to explanation. A principle of good writing such as sentence emphasis is defined demonstrated and discussed. Then students are asked to write using the principle that has just been presented. While the students arc working Dr Darrell goes from desk to desk helping each student in- dividually. If he sees that the principle is sti...

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

THE WAR WHOOP September 21 1966 Man - What a Team! Page 4 After traveling to San Angclo and finding the conditions much more suitable than those in Abi- lene the MeMurry "Fighting In- dians" poured on a defensive at- tack that the Angclo Hams could not break through Then with Coach Buddy Fornes and his staff riding on "Cloud 9" the Tribe de- parted from Sin Angclo with a 13-0 victory. There can be no doubt that Coach Buddy Fornes is "Head Chief" in everybody's mind and heait. Theie weie an estimated 250 Mc.Muiry students that traveled In San Angclo to see the break- away i mining of Tom Kincaid and Scotty I'mitt The fust McMuny points came o.u ly in the first quarter when the Indians were faced with a fourth down as Roger Stansbury punted the ball -II yards to the Ham's goal line as Hoy Farmer for Angi In it (ink off up field He was met by a ch.ilge of In- dians and the ball was htei.illy SCOTTY PRUITT (30) dashes around right and during lho second quarter of last week's game with S...

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

Raines to Speak At Fall Lectures The Twenty Second Annual the Master of Sacred Music at Willson Lectures and the Pas- SMU and is conductor of the tors' School of the Northwest Perkins Seminar Singers He Texas Annual Confeicnce will holds the DS degree in Music feature three outstanding Meth- Education from the University of odist personalities October 10-12 Cincinnati and the College of on the McMurry campus Music and the Bachelor of Sacred The Willson Lecturer will be Theology degree with a major Dr Robert A Raines pastor of m church music from Boston the First Methodist Church at Universltv School of Theology Germantown Pennsylvania a H hns nlso taken graduate work suburb of Philadelphia He is t Union Theological Seminary in widely known in Methodism for Ncw York City He was direc- his books tor of music publications foi the Bishop Arthur J Moore of Abl"KfIon Pi ess The Methodist Atlanta beloved Georgia minis- publishing House in Nashville ter retired bishop and a widely Tcnn for ...

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

THE WAR WHOOP September 28. 1966 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS 'Professor Snjarf- sip- soye of us stanpi in the- ONCF AGAIN youp. FOJ.ICY ON CLASS TARPIES?" Smoke Signals- Churches Close Doors To Public Worshipers Gamma Sigma Epsilon Inducts Five Members Tin- Mi'Muiry Collect- chapter of a national honorary chemistry ft affinity. Gamma Sigma Epsilon inducted five new members in a special co i eniony at Wynlt's C'.ifctetia Those chosen for membership aie the top students in chemistry at McMuny and membership rc- piesents a special honor. McMimy's chapter is the Xi Darrell Sends Editor Letter Dear Sir I wish to coriect nusrcpiesen- tations involvint: the headline and at tide on ficshman English appealing in last week's issue of The War Whoop. (1) Teaching strategies and methods used consist of multiple techniques and do not constitute "the method" (2) The tcim "sjsU'iu" does not aceuiately nor faiily describe what is going on in the coui.su (3) I do not have a iloctoiate yet at New Yoik Univei...

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

September 28 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Anthropology Introduced In Sociology Department For the first time at McMurry believed to hive lhed 1400 ears degree in Lexington Connecti- a course is being offered in an- ago cut and his doctorate at Texas thropology Thirty students are The sociology department has TecM Hc canle to McMurry in now taking this course which is applied for a National Science 19G3 when the sociology dopirt- taught by Dr Robert Piatt Foundation loan to enable it to ZZ' TTJslX Anthropology is "the science of buy more equipment such as Plains College man" and in this introductory more fossil reproductions and ' course students begin by study- audio-visual materials ing the Anasazi culture which Toward the end of the course existed in the southwestern part the student will be introduced of the United States during the to social anthropology This m- fourth through the thirteenth eludes the origin of institutions centuries The purpose of this and languages study is to a...

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