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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1951

&e8C99rea8agsass 1 1 i m m ; yimmmuii ' Sports-Scope by Orlo Mitchell SREMS AS HOW THE WILD- CATS klnda unbared their little ole claws lust Saturday. They Just had something we didn't have. Either ACC has one of their finest teams In their history or we didn't rover Felix A. with enough dirt nt the pep rally Friday or some- thing. (Note: The McMurry nas- kctballcrs tangle with the ACC thumpmen on the evening of Jan- uary 19 lUM In the MrMuny Oym.) THE INDIANS LEAVE TODAY for their get-together with the AC Kangaroos. The Marsupials like the Braves have yet to win a conference fracas. Will says for me to start predicting scores so predict I will. I'll take McM by a TD and for two reasons: we've got the stuff and that stuff is due to make itself obvious pretty soon. No cracks about it being about time now; few of us have stopped to realize that half the team 21 out of 40 are playing for the Red- skins for the first time. Regardless of how good the individuals are it takes more than...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1951

ftuje 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday October 26 1951. Whitt Announcts War Whoop Staff Additions Eleven members of the Journal- Imn rlnsN 220 and thrpp volunteer students hitvc hpon u(1(Ip(I tn thp War Wlionp staff -is fppoitcrs an- nounces Will While editor. Byrdle Ijec West Luther Walk- or Wnynp Parker Hob Kpps Irln Kendall Dun Ramsey Barbara Waldcn .lore Lawrence Scott HrookMiit'u. Marian Pechncek and Waynp Daniels are the students of Die Journalism class. Elaine Snndgrass Sara Norman Richard Adams are the volunteer students. These reporters have bepn as- signed definite and regular beats that they must cover each week and also write news stories and feature stories. Position of de- partment editorships such as so- ciety feature and sports will be revealed at a later date. The following departments arc the reporters' assigned beats: De- partment of English Miss West; department of speech Walker; band Wayne Parker; fine arts de- partment Kpps; department of re- ligion Miss Kendall and Rams...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 November 1951

the WAR WHOOP Hk - ssi ! Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday November 2 1951. Number 8 RKMGIOUS KMHIAS1S WKKK SPKAKKR Discussing the Texas Methodist Ucvivnl Tuesday after chapel left to right arc: Jim Bales freshman ministerial student from Borgcr the Rev. Walter K. Kerr the past week's speaker and the Rev. H. Doyle Ragle director of religious activities on the campus. Kerr Concludes RE Week With 'One World' Theme Services of Emphasis Week were brought to a close this morning with "One Woild" as the sermon by the Rev. Walter K. Keir pas- tor of the Marvin Methodist Churrh of Tyler. The Rev. Kerr stated that there were 26 different civilizations and each had made a distinct contri- bution to humanity. Civilization declines in power and importance eventually he said and if America Eagle Lake Pastor McMurry Ex Addresses Forum The Rev. D. Rhea Allison pastor of the First Methodist Church Eagle Lake and a McMurry grad- uate will discuss "Echoes From Oxford" with the Forum to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 November 1951

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP St Piactictct &wuf 'Day Religious Kmphnsis Week is drawing to i close. Each of us lias boon inspired by the messages brought to us by the Rev. Waltci Kci i The Rev Kerr will not be with us next week. Arc we going to let out worship with God each day come to an end just because these sci vices are coming to an end? Although on i spe.ikei will not be here next week God will be here not only in the week to come but throughout the yeais to come if only we let him enter our lives In our busy days at school we nevei stop to realize how incomplete a day without God can be It takes something like Religious Empha- sis Week to make us realise that an hour a day with God can make the whole day much happier. It is so easy to let out i-cligion become a "Sunday religion." Religious Emphasis Week has tiuly been a week where iwilitrmn lima stt"fcit1naif7rtf) T jt o wr t tfoia itfitt.rln ntir) aa week ends let's emphasise religion each day of our lives. GUEST EDITO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 November 1951

Page 3 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday November 2 1951. bbBRbV " f t iili'v ft bbbbbH. M sbMbbbLW bbbbH jRir'x bbbbbbbbV bbbbbbbH JIHttKf " LbbbLW flH ySBf . iff I tlvv;C'slVi's T?v. aBIBBBBBBBBEaridHBBBy i I'4' bh j" . I aBHBBBBBBBPBBBBBBBBBBBBK3N Vvfc B AT Hi Vs I BV V J C?" X I -MaawHESD imO B . ..i . vv.v;i4 mBC -j2 h uaWis -tSJU .-- -steL. WHO'S WHO Above arc McMurry's representatives to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities for 1951-52. All eight are seniors. Standing left to right Sabin Hcndrickson B. K. Min Eddie Hill and Maui ice Pullig. Seated Sue French Jan Black Jody Dunlap and Dick Richey. Schooler New Ko Sari Head Bill Schooler junior student from O'Donnclt has been elected new Grand Sovereign of Ko Sari. Other new officers include: Orlo Mitchell pledge captain; Richard Sell scribe; Wayne Daniels his- torian. Schooler a music-education ma- jor takes the office held by Nelson Shcrrill who resigned. Other officers of the club arc John Hays vice-president; Will Whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 November 1951

The WAR WHOOP Friday November 2 1951. Page 4 Gallton Editor Calls for More Literary Material Addltinnnl niMitlvo wilting ).V the students or th' college can be used foi the fmtlu'omlng Mnuli publication of the Galloon an- nounces George Ann McKeo odltni. The Galloon is Hip IUpiiii.V mngi- 7.IHP of Hip college Unit Inuludps shot l sloiles poems luimni nnd essays wiltton by students. Any student who wlslios to Iihvp his literal y woik published In this niagasslne Is uigcd to rIvp his writ- ings to Miss MpKpp or Miss Julia Lukcr profpssoi of Kngllsh. Students IntpH-stpd In Conning n ripatlvp wrltlnR club are also urRPd to contuct Miss MpKpp or Miss Lukcr. Thp studpnt may or may not bo connected with the Galleon. If foimod thp activities of thp club will Includp reading and discusstiiR thp students' liter- ary wrltinRs and writings of othpr Individuals. ROGERS PAINTS 'PIC OF WEEK' Virginia Rogers a senior stu dent from Amaiillo Is the nrtlst of this week's "Picture of the Week." It Is a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 November 1951

i 1 -m J McMurry Gridmen Matched With Carswell in Fort Worth Conch Wilford Moore's McMurry Indians fresh from the win over Austin College last week go up against perhaps the toughest com- petition In history when they meet the undefcaCed Carswell Bombers In Pi. Worth tomorrow. Tomorrow's game time Is sched- uled at 2 p.m. at P.tfrlngton Plcld. Moore figures It will take more than the Tribe possibly ha to beat the Bombers but ex- ports the heavily underdog Rod- men to make a good showing. This is the first meeting between the Carswell i and the locals and it is the first time since 11412 that McMurry las tangled with a service teu.... That year the men from the Reservation dropped n contest to Lubbock Army Air Pleld 13-7. The Bombers haw met and de- feated six teams this season. They downed Goodfcllow Base San Mar- cos Air Base Mtsssiippl Southern Abilene Chritian. North Texas State and Brooke Medical Cen- ter in succession. Lt. Bobby Dnbtm' roster Is crowded with outstanding per- TC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 November 1951

ttf 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday November 2 1851. Voluntttrs Sponsor RummagtSalt Money acquired from the Volun- teer rummage sale Saturday will be lined for three purposes by the group. A poitlon of the money will be used for the Forum Volunteei banquet to be held In January. A delegate will be sent to the Stu- dent Volunteer National Confer- ence In Iawrcnce Kansas Dec. 2 and the lemalnder will be used to buy baskets of food to distrib- ute Thanksgiving and Christmas among needy people of Abilene. Those girls who helped at the rummago s.ile Saturday were: Blanche Cox Bona Donley Bottle Foster Norma Gibson Madeline (ircgoiy Shirley Halrgrove Wll- letta Hill Marrla Hinds Doris C. Johnson Doris M. Johnson (Cath- erine Roper Lyndell Schlueter Eddy Sell Mary Stewart and An- nette Wright. The total amount taken in from the sales Sutiuiliy was J34. Weekly Devotional LittU Things Remain Important Read Matthew 13:31-32 and you will And that the mustard seed is the smallest of all seeds but when i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

HOMECOMING. ..1951 Carfe Rkhey Selected McMurry Reservation Royalty ' A i O: f CHANTERS HOLD FIRST REUNION IN CHOIR'S 28-YEAR HISTORY The Chanters today will hold the fli st exes reunion and partici- pate in the Homecoming activities with a teepee. A codec scheduled foi 11 today in the social hall of the Rndford Student Center will be the tlrst icunlon of Chanters exes ever held in the 28-year h'sioiy of the or- ganization. Mrs. Josephine Palmer Cruteh- tleld former Chanter of Abilene is in charge of all the arrange- ments and Invitations. She will be assisted by Mis. Gyps-y Ted Sulli- van Wylie rlrst director of the Chanters and Dr. Rtc'.tiid C. von Endc present director "The idea for this (list icunion was born last spiing at the meet- ing of the Noitnwcst Texas Meth- odist Conference held in the Stu- dent Center In former ears when this conference met in the fall it was traditional for fie Ch.inteis to attend wherever U was held and sing." said Mrs. Crutchneld. "For tne last few ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

The WAR WHOOP Friday November 9 1951. Page 2 LHJIITFOOT PERFORMS Shown is Lightfoot also known as Keah-tigh as he jxsrformed at the Coronation ceremonies in the Student Center last night. A Kiowa Indian Lightfoot has been portraying the American Indian on the stage for the past 20 years. He is now living in Oklahoma City. Dunnam Named Delegate to Attend Kansas Conference Eleanor Dunnnm secretary of the Volunteers 1ms been elected as delegate to attend a Student Volunteer Conference in Lawrence Kansas Dec. 1!" through Jan. 1. The title of the conference is the North America Student Confer- ence on Christians in a World of Struggle. The Conference will be held on the campus of the Uni- versity of Kansas. Doris M. Johnson nnd Lynn Manning were elected as tlrst and second reserve alternates. L0NGH0RN Fine Dairy Products I fflvf IONGIIORN 'Orpheus Film Society Special Scheduled Twice Film Society patrons who were charmed last season with "Beauty and the Beast" will be pleased to know tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

Friday November 9 1951. The WAR WHOOP Page 3 LiiiiiiiiiiiiiflVQflr I IV ' '' mJeLiflLW! SILVER ANNIVKRSARY Standing before the Totem Pole in the Ad building hall is this trio of Wah Wahtaysees inspect- ing the sweater of Wah Wahtaysee's first president. Left to right Jeanne Unrue wearing a majorette's uniform of the Drum and Bugle Corps days; Miss Willie Mae Christopher who has been sponsor since the group was organized in 1926; and Joyce Roberts wearing the 1951 uniform. -Wah Wahtaysee Observe Silver Anniversary Year by Marian rechacek 1951 is Wah Wahtaysee's Silver Anntvoisary year. Exes and members alike will be celebrating the 25th Anniveisary of one of the oldest organizations on the McMurry campus and al- most half of Wah Wahtaysee's exes are expected on the Reserva- tion today. The name "Wah Wahtasec" Is known to most hut how many rcall know the purpose of thin group and how it originated? n the fall of 1926 by meins of a committee from the faculty and student body. 50 women ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

McAturry's Progress Still in 'High Gear1 Back in 1947 friends and patrons of McMurry College took a quick glance at the freshman class and started thinking seriously "the college is growing." Truer thoughts were never conceived . . . Ap- proximately 350 freshmen were in that class. There were other reasons for the spreading belief and faith in the institution. President Hall for women was completed and a completely new and larger Bookstore was finished. It was also in 1947 that the Iris Graham Memorial Dining Hall and Gold Star Memorial Dormitory were finished. Throughout 1948 and 1949 the appearance of the campus took on a new form by extensive land- scaping. Then last October came the dedication of the $600000 Radford Memorial Student Life Cen- ter. In four years the campus has been completely renovated physically. Academically the college has grown too; admission to the Southern Asso- ciation of Accredited Colleges proved that. It was around Christmas last year that Mc- Murry fel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

1 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Wah Wahtaysee Holds 25th Anniversary Supper Wah Wahtaysee observed the first meeting of Its 25th anniver- sary year with a supper at Faro- llto's Monday night. Joyce Robert prodded over a short business meeting. Commit- ters were appointed for Home- coming activities and 13 girls Wah Wahtaysees Honor Exes at 10 Exes of Wah Wahtaysee will be honored with a coffee this morn- ing at 10 a.m. In the faculty lounge of the Student Life Center. Dorothy Crowcll president of Rtthe exes will preside at this Home-coming affair. Miss Willie Mae Christopher sponsor of the service organization; Joyce McCauley Roberts president; and Myrl.i Holcomb secretary-treasurer will greet the exes. Committees appointed by Joyce for the coffee are: Fuvors: Jeanne Unrue. chair- man; Lynn Manning Marilyi. Wright Janice Thompson and Sally Owens. Table arrangements: Iris Ken- dall chairman; and Marian Pe- chacek. Refreshments: Billie Gaudy chairman; and Beth Jones. Back in the Files by Sara...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

Stcond Round Girls' VolUyball Begins Monday Second rcnmrt Kirls IntramuralH start Monday nlRht nt fi 4f when the President Navajos take on Delta Heta Second game will be between Onmma Sigma and Presi- dent Cherokees Third game will pit TIP against Town-Bovtc In games plajeri last Monda night the Najn nieked Kap- w Phi 24-; Town-llnjer rolled 11 pr Hell a Beta 40-19; and Ham- ma Sigma unit oer TIP 89-2H. In the Hist game the Navajos urel slipped h Kappa Phi win- ning b a slim maik In or 2 polms Wood Stoikton and Riddle all scoied ft points foi the wlnnets For the losing team .lohnson and lowic. both scored ft points In the Town-Boe- Delta Heta game Town-Boyies Wiight was the high si ohm seiving 12 points In the third game Mamma Sigma i line from behind to hand TIP Its rlrst limH. Sublet! was the high scorer for (lamma Sig- ma nerlng 10 points followed h Maberrj who had 9 points. The -.landing foi volleyball aie. T.am or ow oi ri riMKtrnl Nov io ? ? 0 I 000 Kdppn Pin 3 - 6 ripr(ent Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

Indians Meet Howard SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Sports-Scope by Orlo Mitchell DESPITE THE CHILLY WIN- TER temperatures and the blus- tery winds which swept across the Indian practice Rrounds Mon- day our gridders went though an hour and a half session in prepa- ration for the Homecoming en- counter with the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets. In our last con- ference game out wc found vie- Tory In the mud so the Medicine Men have been praying for rain this week end. The 61-12 loss to Carswcll dampens the hopes of some fans for another scalp to hang before our tents. HOWEVER THE INDIANS had 11 first downs to the Bomber.-.' eight (maybe the Bombers were too busy making TD's). Yet the McMurry men came with 150 yards of the total yards gained by the Flyboys; total offense for the In- dians was 288 yards. An Interest- ing note was the fact that Vernon Glass regular quarterback for the airmen relayed plays from the press box to the bench and thus found himself playing a big part in the game despite his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1951

Page 8 The WAR WHOOP Friday November 9 1951. Weekly Devotionol MY RELIGION AND MYSELF Someone has Riven us this thought: "If my religion's not nil That it ought to be The trouble's not with Ooil The Uouble's with mc." When we think about it this statement is certainly true. When we conic to the Cross and say to Jesus "Okay Lord I'll follow you; I'll do my veiy best to do the things that you want mc to do" then our religion is really stneeic and full of happiness. But If wc say "Okay. I'll let you bo my Lrd just so long as you'll let me do what I want to do" then our religion will be pet- fectly empty and useless. That kind of religion will rot eomfoit us in sorrow or sickness it will not cheer us up when we're broken- hearted and it will not even lift us up out of despair. Jesus knows best I always say I think I'd rather do what He wants me to do and be happy than do what I want to do and be sad. How nbout you? Are you happy? Prayer: Father God wc thank Thee for the happiness and jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1951

th WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texan Friday November 16 1951. Number 10 ON FIVK-DAY TOUR The McMurry Indian Band under the direction of Raymond T. Bynum left yesterday for a five-day Next Two Weeks' CalendorReleased Monday Nov. 19 Abilene CI vie MuNle; Quadrlllers; Kap- pa Delta Phi; Volunteers. Tuesday Nov. 30 V h a p e I program High School A Cap- pella; Press Club meeting 6:30; Movie 6:30. Wednesday Nov. 21 At noon Thankaglvlng holidays begin. Monday Nov. 38 Quadrlll- em; Abilene lll-V meeting In auditorium. Tuesday Nov. 27 Movie at 0:30. Thursday Nov. 2ft Chanters go to Winters at 4:00. Friday Nov. 80 Wah Wan- taysee banquet; All-School party. Film Society Shows 'Grand Illusion' Tuesday at Center McMurry Film Society will pre- sent the great International cine- matic masterpiece "Grand Illu- sion" in the Student Life Center Tuesday night at 7:30. It Is a gripping story from be- hind the scenes of the First World War. With a stellar cast of important actors incl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1951

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Thanksgiving season is here again and in our rushed life let us stop to think of a few of the innumerable things we as McMurry students have to be thankful for this year. Some are intangible others very real and too many are things we take for granted. Thank God for the friendly atmosphere on our campus which we think nothing about until we visit a less-friendly school. Thank God for the freedom of religion. Maybe we skipped going to church Sunday at Aldersgate St. Paul's First Presby- terian or our particular church but if we had not this free- dom then we would pray for such a privilege. Thank God for religious cultural and social opportunities on the campus of McMurry. Thank God for our parents and friends whom we often neglect and forget but who are always ready to offer a helping hand. Thank God for a free country where freedom is so natural that we forget about those who have no say-so in their government. Thank God for our being and His gift to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1951

SPORTS The WAR WHOOP HPC Clobbers Tribe 47-13 At Indians' Homecoming Homecoming spirit at McMuny was dampened Saturday night at the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets rolled by the Indians 47-13 befote 4000 fans. The Yellow .larkctN clinched a tie for the Texan Conference champlonnhlp an their Ncnnatlnn- al quarterback Mnnn l)a en- port who picked up 88.1 yard la the air and ground nparked them to lrtor. Davenport started the wild scoi- Ing fracas by at leaking 60 yards for the tally only one minute deep in the first quarter. Despite Davenport's high total offense yardage the Indians fin- nished the top ground gainer for the contest. Freshman Dtvld Loyd carried the ball 28 times for a total of 120 yards. The lftltorn led 6-0 at the flrnt period mark and went on to make It 20-0 at the half. Sports-Scope by Orlo Mitchell THE GAME OF FOOTBALL will soon relinquish its hold on the Interest of sports fans and give way to basketball. McMurry ends thlh year's season with their game with New Mexico...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1951

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