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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

r> JUDGE G THE RAMUS* ^JexaA ■ *\A)e$(ei}an C^oM^ec^e FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 Christmas Royalty Reign At Glen Garden Dance VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1963 No. 12 7 T Climaxing the annual Christmas Dance held at Glen Garden Coun- try Club Dec. 12 was the crowning of -the Snoyy Maiden and Jack Frost Sue Bussey, a sophomore speech Choir Gives Annua! 'Messiah' Program TWC's anifual presentation of the "Messiah" was held last Suiv day evening at Polytechnic Meth- odist Church. T.he Oratorio was presented by the TWC Chorus and Orchestra arid "the Chancel Choir of the campus church conducted by Mr. William Dailey, director of choral activities at the college. " Dr. Donald Bellah, ehctTPffian of the Division of Fine Arts, provided the orgari accompaniment. Soloists were Marjorie Murphy, soprano; Donita Davis, alto; John Cunningham, tenor; and Eugene Rabine, bass. MASON JOHNSON, center, is surrounded by his TWC students appearing in tl^n Casa Manana ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Thursday, December 19, 1963 ^£)oeS l/UorlJ ^J Jon or (Christ? Does the world celebrate the birth of Christ in a fitting manner? Usually in a birthday observance the person whose birth we are celebrating is the guest of. honor and everything possible is done to make the occasion pleasing to him. But ffiis iS'not always so, it seems, with Christ and Christmas. Jn spite of the teachings of Christ about morality, god- liness, and temperance, wild parties are thrown in His so- called honor. Many who get their Christmas spirit from the '■package store around the corner" wind up in jail or the morgue or else celebrate Christ's birthday with a hangover. Would Christ appreciate intoxicated guests as a celebration in His honor? I think not. If this seems a bit extreme, let us consider a few other, perhaps a little less rank, discrepancies in what He taught and what men do. „ In regard to Christmas gift-giving, the words of Christ, "in as much as ye have done it unto one o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

Thursday, December 19, 1963 ~ * THE RAMBLER Page Three 'ie. df- pri of inn to nt, % Decorating Contest Ends Deadlocked Ties were aw'arded to the best two girls' and boys' rooms in the annual room decorating contest, which is sponsored by The Rambler. Winners in lh(J girls' dormi- tory were Lynn Hubbard and Frances Weygandt, as well as Linda Heaton and Beverly Wilson. The tie in the boys' dormitory was between the room of Harven Tewes and Steve Schoolar and that of Bob Elskes and Harvey Ozmer. Decorating Misses, Hubbard's and Weygandt's door was a drape of glittering pine cones and red ribbon, while perched upon the door was a pert little Santa Glaus. Within the room, a Christmas tree, complete with Christ- mas skirt and packages, was directly in front of the windows. Santa throw pillows and Christmas pillow eases accented the bed, beside which hung two silhouetted angels on the individual bulletin boards. A Santa mail bag between the bulletin boards com- pleted this corner of the ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

Page hour Alpha Psi Presents Assembly Program In last Tuesday's assembly. "A1-, pha Psi Omega, national honorary drarfi'a fraternity, presented "The Vision/' a Christmas Drama by William Grandgebrge. The play dealt with a poor cob- | bier who had a vision that Christ would visit him in his shop. Though he was scoffed at by his fellow townspeople, the cobbler maintain- ed his faith. Because of this faith, he began to see himself and others in a different light and his life was transformed to one of a hum- ble and charitable man. Cast members were Silas Hughes, Jerry Lea, Sargent Mill, Jack Guth- rie, Don Payne, Linda' Heaton, Susie Ford. Linda Griffin. David, .Erskine,-" Betty March-banks, Jo Heatoo, Steve Schoolar and Polly Polling 0 * O Frat Puts 'Slaves' On Auction Block by Cheryl^Stinson Rambler Staff Write 1 Tie AMBLER imm , With lavish promises to the poor victims in the Boaz Student Center that they could have washing and ironing, as well as having their cars worked on, Sakkar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

/ 63 Thursday, December 19, 1963 THE RAMBLER "V Page Pive 1CM er of he sh t- ed nri i- i- -e. th ri- te ur tr> n- it- of >n, id, he >n, >r- er s." ng li- te it- >v. F. ed ¥ CAPTIVATED by Santa's Rotund Jollity is "Jimmy Kim, (lower left) shown with his father, TWC's Dr. Sun Kil Kim, assistant professor of political science, at the annual Christmas dinner Tuesday night. Santa is played by Ray Brinson, (right), Paula White, (center) is Santa's helper. U " FOR STYLE: FOR VALUE: FOR ASSORTMENTS SHOP Fort Worth's Quality ' Department Store yi- P-one ED 6-9611 IF YOU ARE TALL... Achieve an attractive fashionable look by wear- ing longer Jackets, wide belts, bold color contrast led ram size prints are good... and don't be afraid ofhighheelsl IF YOU ARE SHORT... Vertical lines, high hats •and heels, slim short skirts, narrow belts and single- color costumes are best for you. IF YOU PLU Concentrate on tailored fines and dark colors. Flared skirts flatter your figure . ruffles,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Thursday, December 19, 1963 Baa Baa, Black Sheep «*■ by Rosanne Harvey they're holding hands, taking a Strange, the positions basket- few sfteps back and forth, some- ball fans get into. Sometimes times they're in each other's arms Fashion-minded have their choice of these FREE ILGWU pamphlets ■: > * Would you like to have some valuable tips on how to be ■well-dressed within a tujl <'i>udget? Or would you like^to know how to make your dream wardrobe come true? Or how to travel in style? Or how to plan your trousseau? These and other intriguing questions are intelligently and comprehensively answered for you in a series of seven booklets issued by the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union as part of its-free consumer service program. ©' Here are the actual titles of the pamphlets: ■ How to 1m.' Well-Dressed ' ■ Your Trousseau and How to Plan It ■ Travel in Style ■ How to Dress Your Little Girl ■ Mother-Daughter Guide to Fashion ■ College Wardrobe ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

V AiW-iai9H CA •CI Thursday, December 19, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Seven 'Singers' Present Annual Concert :ted the Brass Choir, presented thyan- • x>f nual £hristmas Concert Tucfcday by night in the fine arts auditoilum. The Wesleyan Singers, conducted the Brass Choir, presented th by, Mr. William Dailev, director choral activities, and assistecl Mr. Dean H. Sayles of the music faculty directed. Soloists were Ann Jennings and Edith Bolt. Analysis, Skidy Session Dallas IBM Representatives Host Members of Sales, Marketing Club STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION 1. Date of filing: "10-9-63. 2. Title of publication: The Rambler. 3. Frequency of issue: Weekly during school except holidays. 4. Location of known office of publication (Street, city, county, state, zip code): 3100 E. Rosedale, Fort Worth. Tan-ant, Texas 76105. 5. Location of the headquarters or general business offices of the Heavenly Light," "The Three publishers J not printers): 3100 E. Rosedale, Fort Worth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 December 1963

/V Page Eight THE RAMBLER Thursday, December 19, 1963 Giesler s 44 Points Spark JV i JV Box Scores on Page 7) , After dropping their fjrst game of the season, TWC's junior var- sity basketballers rebounded to win a pair of games last week. o The Lambs socked Austin Col- lege's junior varsity, 75-58, Tues- day night in a preliminary to the varsity contest, then rolled over Weatherford Junior College, 113- 96, .Thursday night ;^t WeV+w*?- * ford. Larry Phelps' was the .Lamb's, big gun in the* Austin College game, firing in 31 points. Others hitting in double figures were Don Willis Vith 15, Graham Davis with 14, and Stick' Goetz, with 10. John Giesler's tnemendgus^of- fensive outburst was-tke big fac- tor in the victory over Weather- ford. The 5-9 sophomore rammed in afantastic 44 points, includ- ing 21 field goals. Willis added 21 points and Davis chipped in wT'th'16. - - The Lambs were to play Austin College last night at Sherman. Their next contest will be against Hill Junior Colle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1964

JUDGE GuQRG TEXAS T■■.ul UBKARl ' GOLLEGE Vy.fuv THE RAMBLER 3. r«J 'LUesfeyan dolfeyc FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1964 No, 14 'I'LL CROSS this rise and cut 'em off at the pass . . Betty Black, TWC's Ranch Queen, gives her stick horse a last workout after Stock Show and Rodeo activities cease. —Rambler Staff Photo *1 m Joy Garrett, Ronnie McCoy Lead 'Bells Are Ringing' It's that lyrical, lilting time of Singing her way into a second the year when students are lifted lead role in a TWC musical, Joy from the ordinary ranks and be- Garrett, who appeared as Linda c«me simulated Broadway stars . . when the auditorium hums with sho\v tunes and the patter of little dancers' feet . . . when Mason Johnson and Dr. Donald Bellah good-naturedly tear their hair and gnash their teeth . . . It's ring-a-ding Spring Musical time and this year's offering is the Broadway favorite, Bells Are Ring- ing. Wft' in Flower Drum song two years ago, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 4, 1964 iO rn9 US.Xil era ISlrts 1"Jradit ion in ZJeclinolocf ica t-Acje With the arrival of missiles, satellites, and the Sput-nik came the arrival of a, speed-up in U.S. education in the fields of science and engineering. However, along with this ignition, came the arrival of a dying liberal arts tradition which used to characterize America's method of developing a way of life based on high values. " ' Even though there has been a boost in enrollment, the liberal arts colleges are now afraid that they won't be able to supply enough "generalists" for our fast-advancing nation of today, simply because of the emphasis being placed on the specialized fields of study. There is reason for their concern over this matter, for the "generalists"—men and women broadly educated in the humanities as well as in science-*-are the developers of culture and civilization. They are the ones who have a general, over-all knowledge of a variety of subjects, instea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1964

Tuesday, February 4, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three . wv ophomore Takes Ski Excursion To Red River After Final Exams "JUST SHOW me a slope and I'll ski . . . ' Sophomore Judy Flynn gives the library staircase a try after the ski bug bit her at Red River, New Mexico. —Rambler Staff Photo Mexico Offers Work-Travel Program Ranging From Ranching to Research a? Mexico is the latest country to be added to the International Stu- dent Travel Center's work-travel program for 1964. Arrangements for a number ol' student jobs in Mexico City and the hinterlands were completed early this month by ISTC Director Frank X. Gordon, who. spent three weeks in the coun- try surveying job possibilities., Mr. Gordon reports thatrSTC can now Offer jobs for this coming summer in such places as Puerto Vallarta, Coliina, Guadalajara, Puebja, Queretaro, as well as Mexico City. Job openings cover ranch work for young men, hospi- tal and child care for young wo- men, ehauffeuring, landscape gar- dening, medical rese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1964

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 4, 1964 Baa Baa, Black Sheep t ® by Rosarine Harvey Today's melodrama: My Haven't one thing; challenging another's We Got a Red Face or The Night right to defend what he believes They Burned the Door Down ... in is an opposite thing. We might What's new in college while- all carry sticks and guns and soon away-the-time frolics? For a while lay each other low if we^hysically it was burning club emblems; late- attacked everyone who disagreed ly it's been burning dorm visitor's with us on matters of race, poli- doors. Someone prone'toward psy- tics and who'll win the pennant chological analysis might say this this yean campus is arsonally preoccupied. if the majority of Wesleyan stu- Of course, by-gones are by-pones dents don't go about burning doors, and perhaps better left where they and surely they "don't, maybe it's lie. But for lack of anything more time they asserted themselves as controversialp we might just go the majority and<got busy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1964

<v Tuesday, February 4, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five World University Representative Visits TWC Campus During Finals During, the dark ages of test quate health supplies. Those in week, Paul Gustafson, a field see- Indonesia lack text books and lab retary for. the World Univesity supplies. Housing is a major prob- Service. braved th'e doldrums of lem of Middle Bust students. Af- the student body and visited TWC, riean students need scholarships. Gustafson, a 1963 graduate of WUS fills as many of these needs Boston University, met with those as possible but the needs always Student Senate members who exceed the available funds. threw caution and finals to the WUS is not merely a charity wind for an explanation of WUS. The primary purpose of the or- ganization is to give aid to uni- versities and students in need of financial assistanJir WUS, the co- operative effort of 57 countries, draws the funds for its budget en- tirely from university communi- ties. Students aroAi professors of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1964

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 4 1964 Rams' Title Chances Dim, But Coach Says Season Far From Over RUNNING THE WEAVE are Larry Phelps (with ball) and David Weber (13) as the Rams attempted to set up a play in Saturday nighfs game with St. Mary's at San Antonio. —Rambler Staff Photo Six Own Double-Figure Conference Averages • Rue, Brown Lead Basketball Scoring Irvin Rue and Pete Brown were one of them — Don Bates — has slugging it out for the lead in both played in only two games. season and conference scoring" The statistics (does not include through the Ram basketball team's, last Saturday's conference game first 17 games, including four in with St. Mary's): CONFERENCE Pcrte Brown Irvin Rue the Big State Conference race. For the season, Brown is the leader with an 18-point average, and Rue ranks second with 16.9. However, Rue was th<$ top point producer in the first four confer- B. Graham ence games with a fine 23.8'mean, David Weber with Brown in the runner-up spot Don ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1964

I a JUL n> I f.l9Ri THE RAMBLER ^JcxaS WJesleijiin (Lodecje FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1964 No. ~r communique by jeremy walker The [last week has seeji a lot of discussion concerning the Sen- ate's announced intention to rad- ically alter this campus' program of Freshman Orientation, Most outsptoken in opposition to the plan are, predictably enough, the members of this year's freshman class. While it is understandable that he last class of initiated "Fish" would be upset at the aspect of losings—iiwt!—chance at revenge, the general consensus on the Sen- ate seems to be that the whole program is long overdue for ex- tensive revision. The only action taken by the Senate thus far has been of an investigatory nature. Mike Gib- son, chairman of the Freshman Orientation Committee, has sent to several campuses in the area, questionnaires concerning their programs of Orientation or Initi- ation. This information will be analyz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 11, 1964 1, WLc Evidence flUJ &fo„ mVCIZ„im Jul? In an article appearing in last Thursday's evening Star- Telegram, headlined "TWC Has Facts to Prove It Deserves Major Grants," new information stating why TWC is deserving of some major science subsidies from business, government, and private foundations, was presented. Compiled by Dr. Wallace B. Graves, TWC's assistant to the president for college development, the information brings to light several statistics which even further strengthen the cause for wondering why this college receives few, if. any, grants from outside sotirces. Even though TWC is a liberal arts college, it still is pro- ducing more than the national average of science and mathe- matics majors, even without these major science subsidies. Dr. Graves' fact sheet points out that about 10 per cent of, the baccalaureate degrees granted in the United States from 1952 to 1962 have been in math and the biological, and physical s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1964

<£> Tuesday, February 11, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five Commentator To Speak (Continued from Page 1) Club cited him in 1963 for "Best Interpretation of Foreign Affairs, Television." Mr. Smith is also distinguished for his courageous and forthright approach to world problems. Vie was expelled from Nazi Germany for his denunciation of Hitlerism. After the United States* entered the war, Mr. Smith reported on occupied Europe from Switzerland until when he moved to Paris, and then on to cover the Allied sweep through Belgium, Holland and Germany. He was in Marshal Zhukov's headquarters in Berlin on the day in 1945 when the Ger- mans surrendered to the Russians. In 1946 he covered the Nuremberg .war crimes trial's. During most of his years with CBS, Mr. Smith served as chief European correspondent, (over 11 years'), and returned to the United States to take over assignments as moderator, commentator or"'re- porter pn rftost of the major CBS News efforts, including "CBS Re- ports," "Fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1964

Page Six THE RAMBLER . Tuesday, February 11, 1964 Ram Cagers Discover The 'Road' to Victory "Highways are happy ways, up for the game, and we just when they lead the way to home," went out and showed 'em." says the old song. "Phooey," mem- Pete Brown and Buddy Graham, hers of the Ram basketball team the two senior co-Captains, led the probably would say in rebuttal. Ram scoring attack with 22 points Return trips from basketball apiece. Irvin Rue tallied 20, and games have been mostly long and David WebeV adaed 17. unhlppy ones for 1he Rams this The Rams were due to play Tar- season. Six of their eight losses leton State last nipht at Stephen- have been absorbed on the road. ville in a non-conference game. A Highway 81 — the one which pair of home games —- to begin at proceeds through such towns as 8 p.m. at Public Schools Gym— Georgetown, Austin, Seguin and are on their schedule the rest of San Antonio into South Tffxas — this week. They battle Abilene has been a particularly long a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1964

Jty. I UAc wLLuti SSSBS Ttff RAMBLER 3 raj WJe&leuuii CJL,c FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 . /r UAAml MJat. VOTE IN CAMPUS . ELECTIONS VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1964 No. 16 t Cheerleaders Light Homecoming Flame communique by jeremy walker Congratulations to the newly elected Senate representatives. Officially present at their first Senate meeting last Thursday were Richard Martin, Junior Class president; Danny McCoy, Fresh- man Class senator; and Jo Ellen Dobkins, president of Elizabeth Hall. Also new to student government this semester-are Mike Fen-el and Dennis Camp, newly appointed justices of the Supreme Court. They ai-e replacing two of last semester's justices, Elias Toubas- si and Jim Fagan. Toubassi, having been active in student government for some time, will be greatly missed as he con- tinues his education at another school. Fagan. a January graduate, will also be missed. This past weekend, Richard Mar- tin and I represented TWC at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1964

Page Two * THE RAMBLER Thursday, February 20, 1964 w // n ^7 n L oiuialiij / roues ^Jo (J->e llrue men can Se, yeruan t / In a move which might cost him a large block of votes for the Democratic nomination, Governor John' Connally asserted himself as a truly dedicated public servant. Last Thursday morning Governor Connally told organized labor representatives that he would not be a "blind captive" of their organization, nor to any*other group. In this action, Connally, though probably committing political suicide with organized labor, showed true public interest at heart. Meeting face-to-face with challenger Don Yarborough, who is also seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, Connally further explained to the Texas AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education that he knew they would not endorse his candidacy for re-election, but that he could not be a "blind captive" for any group and still keep faith with 10,000,,000 Texans. n Connally said that h? accepted labor's invitation...

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