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

THE WAR WHOOP Seplcmbor 28 1966 P.-1R0 4 The Bench Warmer By DAN CONWAY Spoils Editor Excitement rolls up to a near boil as the McMurry Indians and the Abilene Christian College Wildcats meet for the thirty- fourth time in the history of the two schools. The first meeting of these two teams dates back to 1030 when ACC beat the Tribe 21-0 In these series of thirty-four games the ACC Wildcats hold a five game lead on the Indians as the series record looks like this ACC 19 McM 14. During this thirty-four year old series ACC has shut out Mc- Murry eight times 1930-33-39-40-42-4G-52 and 19G0. The Indians have shut out the Wildcats three times 1932-34 and in 1949. So just for a look at these rec- ords you can see almost (and most probably) anything could happen Saturday night in P. E. Shotwell Stadium as the Mc- Murry "Fighting Indians" and the Abilene Chntsian College Wildcats meet for the thirty- fourth time! A look at the records will be a lot more interesting than the pre- dictions so...

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

3CI 4 - 1965 Willson Lectures Begin Monday vr. names viscusses Secularism for Today "The Secularist-Pietist Controversy" will be thn nnnn ing lecture to be given by Dr. Robert A. Raines as the combined Willson Lectures and Pastors' School opens Monday Oct. 10 and continues through Oct. 12 on the McMurry campus. Begining its 22nd year the Willson Lecture Series is made possible each fall and spring by Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson of Floydada Texas. Dr. and Mrs. Dallas Denison are the sponsors of the Dcnison Lectures and the Pastors' School of the Northwest Texas Conference. Dr. Raines the Willson Lecturer is pastor of the First Methodist Church at Germantown Pennsylvania a suburb of Philadelphia. Bishop Arthur J. Moore of Atlanta beloved Georgia minister retired bishop and a widely traveled lecturer is Denison Lecturer. Dr. Carlton R. Young associate professor of church music at Perkins School of Theology and the School " S of the Arts of South- htiM em MnthnHict TTnltmr. '" 'gJM sity ...

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

THE WAH WHOOP October 5. 1966 Four Seniors In Run-off For Homecoming Royalty In i mii T iliition foui v n- Tic nin-off rlcctinn will be i t will ik flu1 II inci ii inK Thiii'-Jaj with the Princess and Id Ity lilies C.lcncl i Hn t .mil Chief being revealed during l.in Wilkit iic in the urn off Homecoming Coronation Cere- fdi 1( iiv itmn I'nrtess and tnony Friday Ootober 28 CM i f Mc Vim v is between Cnlos Miss Walker an English major M ii nil I ! 1 Si vc Mit i 'Met with a history minor is from Sny- LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS i - I der She is Ko San Swoetheart secictaty of Aloha Chi icc-prosi-dont of Theta Chi Lambda social club and class senator She lb a membei of Wall Wahtayscc serv- ice organisation and the Student Education Association Miss Wal- ker was chossn favonte of her sophemore class From El Paso Miss Heist is majoring in elcmertary educa- tion and minonng in English She is vice-president of Wah Wahtay- scc and a member of Chanters Delta Beta Epsilon social club and SEA She has b...

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

October 5. 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 SEA Workshop Slated Friday On Reservation The SEA Area IV Workshop will be hold on the Reservation on October 7 for the purpose of learning about SEA and TEPS (Teacher Education and Profes- sional Standards) Mrs Jewel Harris past presi- dent of the Texas Classroom Teachers Association will be the speaker Also present will be four TSTA consultants who will lead discussion groups on the subject of TEPS All students wishing to attend will be excused from classes Underwoods is providing the luncheon at a cost of $1 GO per person Schedule 8 30- 9 15 Registration 9 15- 9 30 General Assembly for Instructions 9 45-10 30 State Committee Meetings 10 35-11 15 General Assembly with Speakers 11 20-12 00 Discussion Groups 12 00- 1 00 Luncheon 1 05- 1 45 Discussion Groups Led by TSTA 1 50- 2 30 Closing Assembly American Democracy . . . Class to Prove Statement By JOY HART "The roots of American democ- racy reach far into the past" said Due October 15 Applicatio...

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

PtmJ THE WAR WHOOP October 5. 1966 Cats Drop Tribe. 28-7 dr30 jiKitL.iM ESTT?-- 4-f Sidney McCown (24) gains five yards during lho second half. Other McMurry players arc Jim Stovall (G9) Leonard Peters (82) and Roger Stansbury (80). East Texas Next On Indians List Next on the Tribe's war path So at 7 30 p m Saturday night list is East Texas State College both teams will put their 1-2-0 in Commerce Texas The Indians sonso" recmd on the llle and they .... .. . will both try to start the Lone will Like on the Lions in Com- Star Conference season with a mtrce nt 7 30 p m in Memorial vlctorv Stadium Both the Lions and the Indians will be looking for their second ictoiy for the season and the first of the seven- tar Lone Star Cnnfi 1 1 ni sl.ifn Starting Saturday night all the In these fust th.ee games of tcnmg of tho Lone Slar Confer. the season the Lions hue seored Ulcc will begin then long soason The Indians will open their first jeni as n mcmbci of this con- ference with East Texas St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1966

). ! October S 1966 THE WAR WHOOP "Go Get 'urn" - Says Edd Fishel By DAN CONWAY For the fiist three weeks of school most of us wondered (at least I did) what the inscribed "Fishcl-Parisian" meant on the McMurry cheerleaders' mega- phones. Then at last week's pep-rally the studer.t body met Mr. Edd E. Fishel owner of Fishel-Parisian Clothing Store booster of the McMurry cheerleaders and the nicest guy in town. He came out on the floor and promptly said to the student body and "Fighting Indians" "Go get 'urn!" Two weeks ago Mike King our head cheerleader premised the student body that we would see the surprise of the year if we went to tha McMurry College- Abilene Christian College foot- ball game. And ithose who went to the game saw what Mike was talking about as Mr. Fishell and the cheerleaders came roaring out on the football field in a 1915 Buick Mr. Fishel's Buick. Last Saturday morning I went down to talk with Mr. Fishel and found out that ho is no ordinary man he is the greates...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1966

THE WAR WHOOP October 5. 1966 Science Building Nears Completion ADDING FINISHING TOUCHES Jo the now science building workers arc seen plastering the walls. By LYNN WEYRICK The new science building will be opened approximately November 15 announced Dr. W. B McDaniel vice-president of the college. The $978275 building is being built from a federal grant a federal loan and college funds. The science departments plan to move into the building during the Christmas holidays. McMurry plans to advertise for bids on movable furni- ture and lab equipment on October 12 Contracts will be awarded on November 1. Lab furniture and floor tile are being installed now. The first floor of the building consists of the biology and physics departments. The chemistry department and most of the classrooms are located on the second floor. The building decorated in neutral shades blue and ac- nnntc nf hriribt rn nrs Virilism; spvpn pla??rnnm5. flffppn nfflPPS. a tending room three phys.es labs six biology la...

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

THE ADMIRING THE NEWLY-ACQUIRED ART WORK. CHURCH IN THE MOUNTAINS OF MEXICO arc (left to right) Miss Pcima Rich head librarian. Mary Eula Seers widely-known artist and Miss Elizabeth Myatt head of McMurry's foreign language department. The picture of the typical rural mountain scene in Mexico was painted by Miss Sears and dedicated to Miss Myatt. Library Shows Sears' Art One Painting Dedicated to Miss Elizabeth Myatt Almost two dozen paintings by the Abilcnian artist Mary Eula in the First National Bank of An- Sears are now on display in the son and two of her paintings arc Jay-Rollins Library One of these paintings a gift by the artist to McMurry College is dedicated to Miss Elizabeth Myatt head of tho modern foreign language de- partment at McMurry Sunday at an open house spon- sored by the Altrusa Club the nnintinir Church in the Mountains of Mexico was dedicated to Miss Myatt for "her devoted service to the college" Miss Myatt who teaches Spanish and has studied in Mexico says t...

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

THE WAR WHOOP October 12. 1966 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPl). i" - 'wwsar jma t t . . tum' I wore ycu cm work im yoik pwepial pea(W& oa& Smoke Signals- Education Faces Control Of Federal Government Slimes Hold Picnic Fly Flag MiMiuiy Slums of 11 suc-if-sfully fkw tlii; fiislim.in flag and Ik Id tin SIiiiil picnic iccent- l to hi Mum tin second (onsccu- livi 1 1 iss to .ncomplish tilt; neat iiiipiissiliU Tc.it A fl in muting the specified H iimi mints w.is placed on the hull of the liilllio.ud behind In- dian Gjinnasium September 2r) h Shine pi e s I (1 1 n t Ti uitt Mitilull .mil was iemocd twmtv foui hmuslatii hv Shines loin Gihnei Llojd MeWhlltei and Mitihell 'I he while flag BOARD OF TRUSTEES What did thoy discuss? Road tho War Whoop October 19 for details of tho mooting. with a small green fish was cieatcd by the ficshman presi- dent from an uppei classman's pillowcase The completion of this task which enabled the fieshmen to walk on the glass was observed bj Dean of Men Jackson ...

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

October 12 1966 THE WAH WHOOP Pace 3 BBBBBBB9BBSb9bsBBBBBBBKs' '" lly'il' f MW BMMBBPIKBM' ' limM Department Considers Organizing Foreign Language Honor Society "BON JOUR!" .... Mr. Lei Aday associate professor of foreign languages greels his first year French class as he begins lhe day's lessor which is coi dueled entirely in French. Federal Representatives Offer Careers Friday Repicscntativcs of the Federal Career Service will be at the Placement Office of McMurry College on Friday Individual in- terviews can be arranged by con- tacting the Placement Office now. These representatives are pre- pared to answer questions and ad- isc students on career oppor- tunities in the Federal Service according to Louis S Lyon Re- gional Director for the Dallas Re- gion U S Civil Service Commis- sion He said the Federal Gov- ernment the nation's largest cm- plojer affords opportunities for graduates of any discipline Mr Lyon said the variety of Federal agencies affords a uni- que opportunity for...

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

Pntri' 4 Head Coach Buddy Fornos and Coach Ronnie Giles pre- pare tho "Fighting Indians" for lhoir gamo with East Texas State Lions in Commerce. East Texas Wins Indians Make Good Showing in 'llu McMuny 'Fighting In- ch ins' set off to Commeiee Texas List Pud ly to pli tin East Texas SI ik Lions foi then fust Lone St. ii Confcitncc game and tinned out one of then best games of the si ason '1 he statistics fa oi ed the One girl: One diamond A modern sivprong 14K gold setting displays the radiance of thib beautiful diamond soli- taire. New Styling. $295.00 Zale's Open nn m v t account. "" JEWELERS Open Thurs. Til 9 ?WZT ZTwclZT RESERVATIONS GRAND OPENING WEDNESDAY OCT. STEAKS RIB EYE T-B0NE K. C. STRIP FILLET Tube but the score read 17-11 in f.umi f Hw. T.mno As the game piogiesscd the tempeis giew high on both sides The boiling-oer point came in the fouith quaitei when Teny Melver kicked an onsides kick llluitration enlarged ThV?i Convenient rM S terms! LONGHORN S STEAKHOUSE EXTENDS A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1966

1rtt At State School DEAN WEBB AND TOM COOK join hards with the children lo load lhom in a variety of activities which are determined for each individual class. Dean is McMurry's coordinator for the Sunday School program at Abilene State School. Drum Honduras Bound In Peace Corps Work Richard Allen Drum a gradu- ate of MeMuny College has been assigned to Honduras as a Peace Corps Volunteer after completing 12 Nveeks of training at St Louis Uimersity in Missouri Drum one of 53 olunteers trained this summci in Missouri to replace Noluntcers who arc noNV completing tNvo vtars of scivice in Honduras left for his assignment Octobei 10 Some of the new Nolunteers will be nn oi king in nuises training both in schools and on the job in hos- pitals while others will staff com- munity centers and work with the Ministry of Socnl Welfare's im- ptovement progiams Dining thtir training this sum- AlPC to Elect First Officers The Abilene Intercollegiate Press Club will elect officers at McMiury Satu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1966

October 19. 1966 THE WAR WHOOP LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS fe .MBto Marl A . tLffimKSm Yt- gOAgD-; TRUSTEES -flfe PRESIDENT-- - lrHlf Man oi.fat.yi Snioike Signals- Socialist Cause Becomes Wav of Life to Communist tn linn nf n oiipst odliorial. ho "I have alrcadv been in iail "Will that s wnni my ine is editors present this loiter from a because of rm ideas and if neces- going to bo That's the black young Communist to one of his smy j am rca(y to 0 bcforc a sjdo of it Then there is the other friends back home. This boy d A celtaln peicent- s.dc- of it We Communists have grew up in a Presbyterian U. S. " ' . . home in someone's Sunday school n8c of us get killed or imprisoned a philosophy which no amount class hero in our own Southland. Even for those who escape these of mono cculd buy We have a Wo think this shows more haisher ends life is no bed of cause to fight for. a definite pur- graphically than any editorial .. A Pennine ndicil lives in Posc in llfo We suboidinate our might say what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1966

October 19. 1966 THE WAH WHOOP TRUSTEES MEETING (Continued from Page 1) prc-mimstcrial students on the campus and that a number of women students are planning church-related careers Development and Finance Com- mittee the board approved a cultivation campaign among Methodists of the Northwest Texas and New Mexico confer- ences in preparation for a pro- posed capital funds campaign be- ginning in 19G7 A revised budget of $1848050 was approved for this fiscal jear nearly $5000 below the $1853 550 approved at the March board meeting Page 3 Juarez Session Included At Historical Convention m INTERSTATE MB Paramount DOWNTOWN NOW Open 12:30 2 BEG FEATURES Dr. No Features at 2:30 6:15.9:55 Goldfinqer at 12:45 4:20 8:10 MISSHONEUISS GALORE HAVE ttfiEHR BROCCOLI 1 1 HARRY SttlZM.'l -SEAN CONNERY IAN FILM ' OS IH"CHIIICI)iro'nnu UNIHOIRIISIS ALEERIR BROCCOLI. .HJRRYSALTZMAN ""IAVFLEMNGS"JDiHQ" Teachers Student Disc. Children under 12 75c 35c P INTERSTATE K ARK DRIVE-lN NORTH PINE STREET PH OR ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1966

October 19 1966 I'JCf i Bearkats Beat Tribe THE WAR WHOOP In Final Minutes In tli firi.il I 10 of Uu fourth (tiiilti tin S.itu Houston State Colli gi Mi uk.it sioiid i M yitd fu Id goal .uid quids touih- iliwn .uid (Nti.i point to biat tin MiMuny IihIi.iiis 10 i All tin- sionng (..inic in the suond h.ilf of tin Indiims wi nl out in ft out of tin Iiiaikats 3-0 with .i 1 iid fiild goal by kaki i 1( ny MiImi Aftu in indkss ilnvo by S.im Hon ton .uid .i punt the Tube took tin bill on tin ii 20 y.ud lino Then traveling in eleven pl.ijs with frishman quartirback Itichiud Piukitt passing the ball to Kogu Stunsbury at the Mc- Muny 30 aid lini and then Stansbuiy twisting and turning fi i .in additional 2r yards and finally pullid down on the Sam Houston Ar yard line And again the Frosh quartet -baik found St.insbury in the an mil Flansbury moved the ball to tin "iJ And thin I'uikitt should the Tribe Travels to A&J For Saturday Game 'I hi iut Situidij night in tin it thiif losses Kiugwlh ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

Welcome Home THE Indian Spirit McMurry Exes McMURRY COLLEGE Sec Pages 2 and 5 VOL 44 ABILENE. TEXAS. OCTOBER 26. 1966 Reservation Princess Chief McMurry Candidates CHIEF McMURRY AND RESERVATION PRINCESS have been selected from the above seniors Carlos Main- ord. Lynn Walker Glenda Heist and Steve Mittlestet The idcrtity of tho campus royalty will be revealed Fri- day night at the coronation ceremony and talent pro- gram of Homecoming. Ono of the highest honors that a senior can attain is to be named as Chief McMurry or Reservation Princess. The cooperative spirit of the four nominees for the 1966 royal couple is exemplified by the patienco with which they posed for several pictures. Glenda is student teaching in elementary school and is president 0f the local chapter of tho Student Educa- tion Association Glenda is also a member of Delta Beta Epsilon and Wah Wahtayscc. Lynn is preparing to teach English and history by stu- dort 'eachinq in high school. As Ko Sari Sweetheart Lyrn is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

October 26. 1966 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS .Damn nn's Bow By RICHARD BAUMAN THE WAR WHOOP $hL Some weeks ago theio was .1 lectin o sencs sponsoted b .1 Mi Willson than man of MtMutiv's gu.udians "Bercvolu- tion.ii v ieolt' ' said Mi Rames- a iadic.il fiom Yankee Land 'I he sacicd tiaditions of uimpulsot v assemblv ate a disgiace to a new neneiatmn in an old institution "BE IT HERE RESOLVED that conunilsoiv attendance at 'lhtnsdi .issunblv is abolished 'except on certain oc- t.isions '1 he hieichv of a student b( dv tonsidered these woids but In the time otes could be called foi the quotum had dis.ippeaicd to plav vollevball bhoot ctaps ot gather woitl lot the I Iomi touting fue A committee was asMgned to piopose othet resolutions but a public lic.mng was not iealK wanted the committee was aliaul th.it the Wai Whoop might covet the story truth- fullv In oidei to mfoim the public the humble editor wnte what the committee would think might be censoied if it made such statements 'I'o accept ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

Oclober 26. 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Paqo 3 Coronation Ceremony Set Friday New Year New Theme New Talent Scheduled for Show It is a new year a new theme and a new group of talent for the 10GG Coronation Ceremony which will be held in Radford Auditoi- ui m at 7 30 p m Fnday The theme ' College Yearbook 'GO' fcutuits three parts campus life athletics and personalities ' Tiy to Hemunboi" sings Libby Walter as she takes the audience on a bickwaid glance through the jiai of 'GG The chorus singing 'Down- town' will be followed by a comedy lcutine b Kenneth Koon Maisha MiClian and David Bentlij's adice concetning loe as a pait of campus life is 'Don't Think Twice" Signifying lion doming activi- tics Ciaig Goodium will tell tin stoi of an Indian Legend and Vicki Sw icdotr. w ill sing ' Indian Love Call" Then it is graduation time with "The Windjammers' sing- ing 'Softly As I Leave You" and with Ginny Ketchum Hill Hamilton Ruth Cooley Tim Faulkcnbeiry singing "Today" Charlie Wiggins will introduce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

October 26. 1966 THE WAR WHOOP McM Gets New Bath House . . . Indians Since 1923 ... All Americans Aren't Drunks MiMimv C liige cpcned its don. fnr tlic fust time September l'J ')2"i with .1 handful of classes .nul .i ch.ipd m tvito and the fust fi tball puttite Footb.ill cl.issts .uul chapel SviMiis h.ive tint been slighted (in the Itcitivihon since then Woild W.ir II failed to stop the Indians uoni l.iKing to the gridiron although McMurry did hive to call on its two mmhbors Abilene Chnstian and Hardin- Simmons foi enough manpower to form the Abilene Intercollegi- ate forlball team in 1943 The McMurry College "Fighting Indians' launched its 43rd foot- ball season September 17 19GG against Angclo State College in San Angelo H M Meulcy the Tirst football coach for the Tribe bravely is- sued challenges to several Texas colleges to play his fledgings in 1923 The Abilene Daily Reporter earned the following account " 'We may not be able to beat all the colleges in the state this ear' Coac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

October 26. 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Page 5 ft SCALP -EH -l TL- tribe! ? Sign of True irei'Qor I""" -" JaaswriwtiwwtwtawiMftyiW'ir Spirit By DAN CONWAY In the past years McMurry College has been known for its never-ending spirit . . . and there is no reason for this past record to die now! The 1966 McMurry Cheerleaders are the finest group of citizens Christians students and cheerleaders that any school could possibly have . . . including those of the University of Texas Baylor SMU and even Abilene Christian Colleoe Mike King Kathy Wilbanks Claude Wescott Mary Lynn Melton Phil Swenson and Martha Miers have come out with different ideas every week which have kept both the students and the team iumpinc. I just can not help to feel that if all of us were able to show just a tenth of the spirit which this group of six has uispiayea . . . we couia out yen any scnooi! Indians Bobcats Clash For Homecoming The MoMurry "Fighting In- will be moving into his second sea- the offensive line. Graduatio...

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