ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: War Whoop, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,508 items from War Whoop, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,508 results
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

PlL'O fi THE WAR WHOOP October 26 1966 Hollywood Personnel Visit To Promote Show in Abilene Officers of iho Abilene Intorcollcqiaio Press Club ore Lola Baits prcsidonl from Abilene Christian College; Cynthia Bassett. vice- president from Hardin-Simmons University: Joy Hart recording secretary from McMurry College; Bill England corresponding sec- rotary from ACC: Jim Bourne program chairman from McM: and not shown Jack Townloy treasurer from H-SU. it's Hay-Ride Season Again Wo havo old-fashioned horso-drawn waqons miles of wagon trails biq boulders ovorynight free picnic facili- ties and big hayloft. Reasonable Prices Satisfaction Guaranteed For old-fashioned fun you won't forgot Make reserva- tions now Phono OR 4-4422 or OW 2-2713 Indian Creek Horse Ranch Tyo Toxas (20 Minutes Away) ISio Lot) 1 HE i ."faffa &&t at6 By DON McCORMICK L.ist week two of Hollywood's most interesting personalities weie in Abilene to promote the upcoming movie Toxas Across the River coming to the P...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

October 26. 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Paqo 7 iHfe iMfc5?f J?t v K$:mm?M7:. &mmMm Htri!: .. .Kr;&Jmmi&m Forum Plans Extensive Program To Help Preparatory Ministers A joint program was hold with Diakonia in the Social Hall with featured speaker Flavio Veiga Also discussed at the meeting was the possibility of taking sur- veys for the citv is to the possi- bility of constructing various con- tors throughout Abilene for un- dcrpiivileged people McMurry Forum has planned quite a few coming activities in this somesler On October 30 Forum will hold a 30 minute de- votional at Bethel Methodist Church in conjunction with a Sub-District Meeting being held there On November G at G 30 p in Forum will attend the Of- ficial Board meeting at the First Methodist Chuieh here in Abi- lene This will certainlv be worthwhile for all Forum mem- bers and other interested persons iL.- C&SteASJ&Aa Forum has a scheduled pio- WATCHING THE AUTHENTIC TEPEE VILLAGE pass in review the more than 8.000...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1966

THE WAR WHOOP October 26 1966 Paqc 8 " JflMMim-iiiiiiiiiiiiii : '.'- . .:.;:;: Directories On Sale In McMurry Bookstore PRACTICE IMPROVES THE PRODUCTION and practice is exactly what the talent committee is making the performers do. Here Sara Daily. Bud. dy Deols Judy Lippard Gordon Froy and the rest of the chorus rehearse with accompanist Rich ard Parks. During the first week of snles the McMurry student directories were promoted nnd sold in the sub by Alpha Phi Omega as a service to the school. Because most of the boys in the organization must attend classes the selling of the student directories is now being handled by the McMurry Bookstore at the same price. In order that the students might get their directories earlier than they have in previous years the books were printed instead of typed. Due to the added expense of printing over typing and the faster service the directories have an increased selling price of 75 cents an increase of 25 cents. The directories are a handy book ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1966

McM Chanters To Perform Six Concerts McMurry Chanters will present six concerts between now and Christmas according to Lucy Guin president of Chanters On Sunday November 20 the choir will sing at the morning service at Grace Lutheran Church That ecning thev will perform at the First Methodist Church in Baird Their next appearance will be in Breckenridge on the evening of November 30 Christmas performances begin December 4 at evening vespers at Aldersgate Methodist Church December 11 Chanters will pre- sent Christmas espers at the Dyess Air Force Base Chapel Their major performance will be Christmas Matins during Chapel in Radford Memorial Auditorium on December 13 THE Thursday Questionaire on Compulsion To Circulate In Assembly 'What jour feeling about compulsory assembly on Thurs- day""Should assembly be com- pulsory only half the time'" Questions such as these will be asked in the Thursday assembly tomorrow by the Student Associ- ation questionaire The Student Association is try i...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1966

Wednesday. Nov. 9 1966 THE WAR WHOOP 1'iBi 2 12k ! Banman's JBow By RICHARD BAUMAN Some of the exchange papers that come into the War Whoop mailbox have some inteiesting bits of news which might be of inteiest to campus students Sucli might be the case of the Round-Up from the Odessa College campus on the parking situation which faces most utmeisities oi schools of higher education Pi i haps the tiaffic problem will be eliminated if the stu- dents will lead and obey these regulations 1 All automobiles must be inspected registered and vac- cinated 2 Tuneial set vices will be held each Monday night for the 12-olt battel ics that have gone dead during the week .1 Any pel son with a tiger in the tank will be required to dean the ban out of the carburetor every two weeks I ALL MOVING VEHICLES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A DRIVER r Anyone caught doing doughnuts on a dirt street will be fined a lot of dough ( Any pei son walking slowei than 10 MPH will be con- sulted a pedestnan any person runn...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1966

Wednesday Nov. 9 1966 THE WAH WHOOP Pago 3 Unhurried Life of Neighbors... Hiner Sees South America ...Gives Change of Pace 'How about touring South the travelers to tour the towns was asked to go to ill puts or Amcrici in the United States Cul- ami Vnginn as one of the two the villigcs as Interpreter On jural Exchange Program' was who coud spclk uenl Sp inish Continued on Pigc 4 the question Virginia Hiner hoard . on the long distance phone call Last spring Virginia received the oil tint would mike quite a vacation for the sophomore Mc- Murry student After some quan- diry she decided to go joining the group ill 106 of them it the University of Miami in Florida Leaving June 4 for Columbia Ecuador and a small state be tween Ecuador and Peru the In- ternational musicians flew to the South American continent Sporadic as the itinerary was. ASSISTANT LIBRIANS. Mrs. Ina Bntiain and Miss Louise Mills tho uscians never failed to have are busy cataloguing books lo provide students with an aid...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1966

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday Nov. 9 1966 Pago 4 The McMurry "Fighting Indians" como on lo the field ai half lime during the 1966 Homecoming game. Those players who can bo identified are Jim McWhirter (53). King Graham (71) and Tim Marcum (18). SEE i in WINDJAMMERS In Concert Novombor 21 Radford Auditorium McMurry Collogo "--t-tfLOkIt(HA jLoA& the shop that in junior Weitwood Plaza 3(548 North 10th OR 4-1314 Roller Rink & Disclotheque Monday 7.00.10 00 Days 50c Tuesday Closed Wednesday 7i00. 10.00 Nitos 75c Friday 7.00.11.00 Saturday 4.00-11.00 'Sunday 'Holler Hockey Only 265 Chostnut OW 3-5593 m ttgfmtj J PKjjR MB The Bench By DAN CONWAY Sports Editor Last Thursday I discovered a later that someone had put on my desk concerning the football team This litter was written by a transfer student who has no specializes sizes Grissoms River Oaks OR 3-2591 Seniors Play Final Home Game Against SFA As the McMurry "Fighting In- dians" come homo to play their final home game of the 19G6 foot...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1966

MrMUKRY COLLEGE LIBRAE NOV 1 A tW Hans Deceives Water Nymph Ondine Play The tale of a water nymph and a gallant knight will be re- lived November 111 10 as Mc- Muiry drama department pre- sents Ondine it's second reper- toire piny at 8 15 p m in Old Main Auditonum Cast in the leading roles of Ondine and Ritter Hans arc Mary Wiight an Abilene sophomore and David Black a freshman from Cljde Miss Wnght in her role cf Ondine becomes almost human through her suffciing and love for Hans She believes that to be a wife is to be iverj thing that hei husband is and cvcr thing that lie loves to be his humblest and noblest put to be his tears laujhtir and dicams Although Hans possesses i ios' of the chivaluc charactnistics of a lomantic knight he is Mill piactical and is unable to under- stand some of Ondine's ideas Giaduallj the two lovers are scp- aiated bv the differences in then two w oi Ids Other numbers of the cat in- clude Eugene Mathis as Augustc the fishciman and adopted fath- ci of On...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1966

THE WAH WHOOP Wednesday. November 16 1966 ''.!- 2 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS - r-n-r?Fn jSW I sl-iiV ffi AA-) u t A -JV I Vrf. w T A nA - 7tfc u t swt- aw-vi .ir.-cjnv - 61 juvf have ra sir; " &3 V4a"- HI Ifo-J$& to- 'w- "?2 . 'J- vCj i1.'.-:? fet? z&zz-z- - &gi Can You Se Yourself ? Foreign Student Committee Doubts Tribe Salesmanship This in a letter to inform Please icad tan fulls TO THE STL DENTS OK Mc- Ml'RRY COLLEGE I'm wilting this lc'tcr to tell j on that the Foreign Student Steering Committee has a moncj -raising project for you. Three words of advice LOOK LISTEN WATCH' (It ma slip ou 1) ) I'm sure all cf ou know that McMurry has a foreign exchange studert this jcar don't ou7 To he nioie specific one Flaio Volga from Sao Paulo Brazil And how foitunatc we are' Those of you who know Flavio person- ally know him to be intelligent quick-witted sharp likeable In shoit an asset to any campus Alas this is not an article about Flavio Quite the contrary my topic mv purpose ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1966

Wednesday November 1G 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 9m $?3iMWMWMWMWMWMNMF y "AmwIju- fHB" . M iiS22?3w!!JKSX&;otIBb iV&jB ENJOYING A RELAXING ATMOSPHERE OF BACK- GROUND MUSIC Peggy Parrott a freshman senator from Midland helps herself to some ice tea to go with her fish meal that was served at a seafood buffet this year. Don Smith a freshman cafeteria helper takes Peggy's dishes after she has completed her meal. CAR TROUBLES? . . . MONEY TROUBLES? Bring Your Problems to Us. We Repairs Cars at the Lowest Possible Prices WILLIAMS SHAMROCK SERVICE 2417 North 12th Alford Williams Ownor Josh Cochran Mechanic Phone: OR 2-0453 At McMurry Call Don McCune Ext. 314 Confections Buffets... Slater Aids Good Dining -jUklO'V JLOAA the shop that specializes in junior sizes Westvvood Plaza 3G48 North 10th OR 4-1314 Grissoms Rivci Oaks OR 3-2591 It's Hay-Ride Season Again Wo have old-fashioned horse-drawn wagons miles of wagon trails big boulders everynight free picnic facili- ties and big haylof...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1966

THE WAH WHOOP Wednesday. November 16 196G McM-SFA Deadlock Pago 4 Afici iviy minutes of knock- chwn 1 nil nig football the score -hinid molded .1 0 0 deadlock bc- Hvi n Hit McMuiry "righting lndi.it itid thu Stephen F Austin I uinbcij icks Hut .is the fin s li ft th( gt.indst.ind there u i i o (liiul)l in anyone's mind Hi it tlu Inlx went to the show- Is l it tois' All the Inch ins' opportunities iik in tlu w.i of thtee' point- ii is'Icnv Mchci who pl.ijt d ili outst Hiding defensive h.ill f inn misseil the upnsings fuur tunc I In nfrtiisi showed the f.ms Ih it tlu wile f.u fiom the- so- i till I I unit ig.uti n ' offense .is Hi id Coach Muddy 'Chief 1 mi i 1 1 c il ill tin pl.ij s fiom tin pi I- ho .is he lot.ittd qti ir- ! link I iii Wist .ind Hichaid I'm ki t' Of oil the defensive "Head Hunters ' the hard play of Joe- Coffer (co-captain) will be told the most Joe plajed a real fine hc.ids-up ball game as he came through with recovering a fum- ble .ind irtcrcepting a pass both inc...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1966

27 Nominated to Character scholarship leader- ship and service are the prerc- quisitcs for attaining membership in the national publication "Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges" which twenty-seven McMurry students earned In order to be nominated for this honor a list of juniors and seniors was sent to all the fatuity who nominated 2G persons with 5 or more votes The Student Council and Senate nominated ten moie then selected Uvcnty- srven who wcie passed on by a committee of the three deans and thice Student Council officcis Those students selected for the honut aie senior Don Allen an English majoi and histoij minor from Lamcsa He is a membei of Chat teis and Ko San and was icccntl dieted to membciship in Alpha Chi Cooper Joins Chanters For Evening Vespers The McMuny Chanters will Korth Oh Beauteous Heavenly present then annual Chiistmas Light" During the processional Vespers at Aldersgate Methodist Church Sunday December 4 at 5 30 p m Under the directi...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1966

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday November 30 1966 Page 2 LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS 71 S P&ilBM' ": "I HOPE YOU FELLAS HAVE ALL STUDIED HACD ffoE TWl TEST THEee GENTLEMEN AEe HEeT06f&DeiH rATERS." Smoke Signals- Student Upholds Worth Of Sanctioned Newspaper B aMimaii s B ow By RICHARD BAUMAN In tin.' past few weeks many needs of the college have Ik on pointed out to the powers that are This period of inn est is good to a certain extent but at times during the .uguments trivial points have been battered about to no great benefit to .mone The debate over accepting the student poll was almost tin own out on matters concerning the tnvia of supposing th.it the student body was not capable of determining what is good foi itself Another point concerned the omission of one clause and the inclusion of one that was not heaitily apptocd b the student go eminent Both of these points were trivial compared to the actron that the student government had to do deciding whether to compel attendance at Thurs...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1966

Wednesday. November 30 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 MHtnV Swan son Teaches Math Plays Popular Folk Music Air. Michael Swanson is a than he met at Canyon through- and enjoys playing the guitar Hp .... ...v.u.ij- iui.-iiiui.-i. nc JOinca OUl last year is km n.mf !.... Mr Rw.5in!rm llknc fnlb miiem (Continued on Page 4) CHECKING THROUGH HIS FILES Michael Swanson may be look ing for a test for one of his math classes. McMurry's mathematical de- partment in September and during the last three months he has been instructing McMurry students in the fundamentals of algebra trigonometry and Math 13G Mr. Swanson received his B A and his M A. at Texas Tech He comes to McMurry after spending one year at West Texas in Can- yon. When asked how he thought McMurry compared with West Texas Mr. Swanson replied that he likes McMurry better. He thinks that McMurry is a friend- lier school and says that he has already met more people here the present Girls Will Be Girls Boys Should Watch Out or Be Caught A...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1966

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday November 30 1966 Page 4 Rams Nip Indians In Final Minutes TWO POINTS The Indians score against Angclo Stale in lho sea- son's opening game. 26 Games Slated For 1966 Season "Give them two years or so . Oh they are too young of a 1 all club Thcv have got a few good players but too many sopho- mores and freshmen . . San Angclo ah they will walk all oer us" some of these things v Liu in all our minds as wc walked over to Indian Gym Tuesday night But as we left tlu gym "Gosh1 Those guys arc going to do great . Coach sure lias made a TEAM We don't hae five staiteis wo have ten'" Coach Kimbiell'- "Fighting In- dians" gave the San Angclo Rams the eate of then life last night and the thrill of oui lives to the students and boosters' The game was a see-aw battle all night ni(hl lcrg until the final minutes of the final quartei when the Hams pulled ahead of the Tube on the free throw line winning 02-84. If theic were one thing that was the deciding factor of the game it...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1966

M RY Ai-' itTE5 December 2 3 Forensic Team Superior At San Marcos Meet THE McMURRY COLLEGE VOL. 44 ABILENE. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1966 6 I Fv rifEBiiwHB lB""Bvs7!-IJJIHJilHHHHHHJ DISCUSSING PLANS FOR THEIR BAND TOUR INTO THE PANHANDLE are officers (lefl lo right) Russell Mason vice-president; Sarah Brown secrelary; and Robert McClellan president. Band Returns Thursday After Four-Day Treck McMurry College's Indian Band has presented programs ranging from classical to comedy from novelty to complete worship services on their December 4-7 four-day tour of eleven West Texas cities and towns The musicians directed by Dr Raymond Bynum presented two worship services Sunday Decem- ber 4 and nine performances in high schools December 5-7 Sunday the collegians present- ed the morning worship at Mer- kel First Methodist Church and the evening worship at Lamesa First Methodist Church The band made performances Monday at Seagraves O'Don- nell and Brownfield high schools Tuesday they appea...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1966

THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 7. 1966 Page 2 LITTLE MAN wi i I m if An c 11 fiK6i; LET MP 6Y THAT T APPPKIATg THE FaCTTtfAT AVP5T Of tOU CAM AWJAG6 TO AVkKE TMlSi BcklOCK CLASS. Take Her She's Mine Charm Current By JOHN CHURILLA If i! (ii u ml tan In M de- 1 1 il i A C 'I - Jin duetion of I U. II i Mh s Mm. thin i Ii urn iv tin wind I'liim the iiiutui nt tlu -how began the audi- i in i w is li pilot ii il bv the ill iiiiiing hiiiuoi uf tin pl.i and tin i i in i i n i d spellbound t III II hi lit till piuilllltlull Uu ih Ui . ami M iliulm Political Clubs Activate Mind I'mIiIii il i ! nl in a ital pait of an ioIIii th it hopis to stmiul iti in I ih i In gi awaie n mil- lln li Mm i Wing Hi- pul In in- Club fill- tin- mil. iul nu It i- al-o tin i lubs stated pinpi)-i 'o i mpliiisii tin social -i Ii Sihuul tliilis too iiltm fall ii to a dull pailiauu ntaiian nit it i. in oiil 1h avoided In nnit inl mi filiation Moit -pitifit-il thi' i lub plans to have onih in mth oni u filial nueting...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1966

Wednesday December 7 1966 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Summer or Winter . . . JBBBflBBBILKBBBBBBBBSBBBBBH ' s KbbbIbVB?! W' vbbbVPbbbBbbbVYBI ssl rHKkwh bbbybbSbbBbbb ybo '!:j yjHtflkkr JHrrBlBBBBHPBflBBfivA Vacationing Dad Visits Son SUMMER VACATION IN DECEMBER? .... Jose Barrienlos and Rolando arc here visiting son and brother Jose Jr. a freshman from El Salvador Central America. In El Salvador the months of No- vember December and January are the summer months. Roller Rink & Discotheque Monday 7.00-10.00 Tuesday Closed Days Wednesday 7:00-10.00 Friday 7:00-11:00 Nites 75(5 Saturday 4:00-11.00 'Sunday Roller Hockey Only 265 Chestnut OW 3-5593 98 You Just Can't Beat ALL YOU CAN EAT (Plus Feature Items Up to S1.49) (LIMIT 1 MEAT ORDER) MEAT ENTREE DETERMINES PRICE OF MEAL AS ALWAYS ANY CHECK UNDER 08c PAY AMOUNT OF CHECK Also Ft. Worth and Waco Lavender's Rivor aks vmago jvaM OR 4-9193 It is summeitime in El Salva- dor Ccntml Ameiica dunng the months of Nocmbu Dccembci and Januaiy and J...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1966

Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Wednesday December 7. 1366 Return Victors Losers Indians Split Tourney In Two Doubleheaders Sophomore Jimmy Adams and Head Basketball Coach Hcrshcl Kimbrcll discuss further strategy during Key City Tourney. Adams Leads Tribe En Total Scoring lm mv Ad mis sopliomuit' busi- II II ijul fllllll Wllltlls 'Ic.ls li li im (I (Hit to Ik i ii il bomb W 1 1 1 1 hi h MltlllL. 111(1 (ll II It I In I m I hi (ill Hill Hi Kiuii (I ll ll I till I Iglltlllg I Hill IMS 111 lul I point in the. list tlucc I inn SI ii tint; Ilu week off .it W.ijl mil Jiiuni scoied twmt- simii points (twmty-mie of thim in tin. siimul hilf) 'I lio Indi ins winl .ilu.id .mil won thi g.ime III) 71 In the opining game ot tin II nihil - Simmons - McMurry Ki Citj doublclic.idcr Adams 1 d tin tube again pumping in twintv-thice points mil leading the Indi ins to iinothci victorv i(! hi si Pitlsbuig SUitt of K.insns In tlu second lound of the Kty City iloiibkhc.ulci Ad mis led the lube onic moii with twenty-f...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1967

:osts $1 Million p thci bull mcr T the foui a littic iiuuuiu nuuiiig men (.uiiuuiiib unu uw Although most of the ultramodern equipment and new furniture has arrived and has been installed pro- fessors do not have their office furniture yet but it is being shipped and is expected to arrive soon said Dr W B McDanicl vice-president of the college FROM THE GLASS PLUMBING to the interior de- signing the building is ultra- modern as well as flexible Classrooms labs and offices are grouped around central stock '1 rooms for efficiency and accessi- bility The J5 000 square feet of space contains six large research labora- tories and 18 instructional labs Construction on the science building was begun October 19G5 by the C 15 O-itcs Construction Company after Abilene architec- tural firm of Boone and Pope had woiked closely with science professors to design a building that could be easilj enlarged and laboratories and classrooms that could be used foi a vaiiUy of put- poscs The two-story buil...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x