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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 October 1950

1 I nHHKJVfcf s$m- ' Hsus issssili DEDICATION OF TIIK RADFORD MEMORIAL STUDENT IJFE CENTER Wednesday will highlight the entire dedication program of $4 million of property and endowment of McMurry college. Tuesday and Wednesday have been set as Dedication dates. UrUhoop Volume XXVIII. McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday October 6 1950 Debt of Estes Colony Cleared at Dedication Estes Village will be formally dedicated next Tuesday Oct. 11 In conjunction with the opening ceremonies of the Radford Memo- rial Student Life Center. This group of houses was con- structed In 1946 when the influx of veterans necessitated the con- struction of adequate housing J"or them and their families. The Estes Village covers an area of ten and one-half acres which was purchased by McMurry at a cost of $10500. The dwellings sit- uated east of the main campus were furnished by the government and labor going into their construc- tion was furnished by the college. The houses were formerly medical barracks ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 October 1950

The War VVhoop Friday October 6 1950. Page2 Two Music Groups To Use New Center The new Radford Memorial Stu- dent Life Center will In; used by two Abilene niiislc organizations for presentation of programs dur- ing tin- 1050-51 season necordlng to recent announcements. The Abilene Civic Music associa- tion will conduct Its series this year on the MeMurry campus. First presentation Is scheduled for next Thursday night when Jerome Hlnes 28 - year - old Metropolitan Opera bass wilt appear. Another organisation whlrh plans to use the Student Life Center for its programs Is the newly formed Abilene Symphony Orchestra asso- ciation The association will pre- sent four concerts this year by the Abilene Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Uichard C. von Endc dean of mu- sic In MeMurry is supervising sale of memberships In the association on the campus. Meeting Time Set For Quadrillers Meeting time of the Quadrillers folk gnmc club has been changed to first and third Mondays of earn month at 6:30 p.m. In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 October 1950

Indians Meei Mississippi Abilene Christian Leads Conference Austin Trailing Texns Conference piny begins in earnest tTTis week unci the .sports- writers seem to have hml some of Die teams placed In the wrong spots. Southwestern last year's collar team ami Abilene Christian which was almost on the bottom of the list have produced the most stat- tling performances. ACC has won three stinlght mid the Pirates of Southwestern co.iched by II. M Medley have taken two out of tlnee The Wildcats go to George- town to meet the l'hatcs S.itinday afternoon. MeMuny the team the "experts" picked to win caused them further embarrassment by dropping; one to West Texns State. The Indians have another week to Ret ready for the conference foes entertaining Mississippi Southern in Abilene Satin day night. Arc 3 n o i.ooo s t Austin 2 0 0 1.000 fill in S'western 2 1 0 .667 42 15 H. Payne 1 1 1 .500 66 -16 McMurry 12 0 .333 SI 67 Texas A&l 0 2 0 .000 13 27 Austin college seems to be living up to ptedi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 October 1950

(fat $toe ft "Peace! GOD G1VK US PEACE! It isn't ThnnkHgivinR nor EiiHtcr not even Sunday. But may this be an every-day prayer a daily utterance for the youth or our Kencration . . . GOD GIVE US PEACE! In 1030 Hitler mare-hud into Poland. Two years later the United States fait the full impact of the word war through an historical occurrence . . . Pearl Harbor. The youth then the maturing adult today be.nun to feel and realize war. The war ended in 1045 the Axis was defeated but not the enemy. Communism launched its attack. A temporary peace existed in the States but not for the Europeans and the Asiatics. The youth was irrowinj; and with it war renewed. Today 1050 this same youth who began to feel war in 1030 knows war from experience in Korea. Will the military state replace the democracy about which Americans have boasted and bragged ? Will it be necessary to remain armed? Will this generation never know what peace is? The children born in this era have no actual hope. Even the te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 October 1950

Page 5 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday Oct. 6 1950 3 NKW MKMBKRS OK WAH WAIITAYSKK ARK PICTl'RKD. Icft to right are Edna Mac Sell x Clydcnc Gibson Bonnie Beth Henry Edcna Bray Ida Mae Keith Sally Owens Jeanne Unrue Myrla Holcomb Amelia Quast. Aden's Clubs Give Smokers WcA Wall's Hold For Prospective Pledges Ko Sari pave their smoker for the fall Homester last night at the YMCA community center. - The members entertained their prospective pledges with a musical skit and refreshments were served to guests and members. Prospective pledges attending xaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasiai RUSSEY'S Krirtnno i nmnanv r UQttfnWtlDlltMffUlUffQ JOLLY CLEANERS Across the Street from the Campus 2234 South 14th Phone 8329 B ; South Sreond at Kim a 5 1'honk 1722 HWMHaiHHNHIintHIHmHiaiHHHHIinHHWIHIIDIIHH Stop bij T. G. CARTER'S SERVICE STATION jor Friendly Courteous Service A Complete Line of Tires Batteries Accessories SOUTH l4th&SAYLES llHWHMiniMIIIIMlllDinniHIlUnilHWWIOIIIIHIHIinilHWHIIOIIIHWIIiniHWHHIl p--...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 October 1950

Page 6 Friday October 6 1950. tf I I KKKPIMi THK MAINTENANCE CKKW IN HAND night and day Harvey Piner stays on the run constantly especially lately with the last-minute details ot the Radford Memorial Student Life Center. Maintenance Crew Begins Day as Students Sleep n joe niiumtci.i. Among the unsung heroes of the McMurry rumpus arc the members of the maintenance crew. This group is headed by Harvey Pinner better known as "Harvey" and plays an important part In the operation of the college. Harvey was a 1930 graduate of MoMurry and served ns pastor of the Methodist mission church in Abilene for three years. He has been wot king for McMurrv since was Assisting Harvey m this never ending task aie: J. D. Gaines A. H. Thomas. D. M. Strong Hubeit Pilo Cuss Maxwell John Swan and V. I- Hates. Also there is H. B. Foster who is in charge of keeping the giounds in tip-top shape. Theii day begins at 7:30 when students are deciding whether to e.it Ineakfast or sleep another live minutes and oft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 October 1950

McMurry First drama production of the season "All My Sons" is scheduled to be given next Thursday night in the Rad- ford Memorial Student Life Center by the McMurry Thea- tre. Curtain rocs up at 8 Thursday night. Second presentation will be given Fridiy night following tho coronation ceremonies for home- coming. "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller tells the story of .Toe Keller who m dc engine heads for the Air Force dining tho war. The story is concerned with tho jBBnnSBB KBlHlr ssssssB CI SSHi! X H SSiBlBlBlBBlHHi SSiSiSiSH ' 9t --vi .H. v?iHll sLBLsLsLsfliMA iH MAURICE PULUG AND STANLEY SEATON play the lead- ing roles in "All My Sons" the first McMurry Theatre produc- tion of the year. First presentation is next Thursday night. Homecoming Activities Begin Friday Night Coronation of Campus Queen and Chief McMurry and presenta- tion of class favorites will launch Homecoming activities for 1950 next Friday night. Following the coronation will be the pinning of the colors and the start of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 October 1950

The War Whoop Friday October 13 1950. Page 2 MRS. .1. M. RADFORD DONOR OF THK RADFORD Memo- rial Student Life Center formally presented the building to McMurry Tucsdny in the opening ceremony of the two-day dedication. (Photo by Morrison-Birdwell) Students Get Into Act Along With Church Lenders It wasn't all ministers bishops and church leaders who dedicated MrMurry this past week. The gen- eral student body played a r61c too. Wah Wiihtaysccs carried through their motto "to serve" by ushering and distributing programs for all services. Student council members mid class officers guided visitors on campus tours. The chrer-lcaders and other stu- dents tooTT a special task preceding dedication and helped workmen fin- ish last-minute details. Women's social club officers helped church women in the reception honoring Mrs. Radford. Temptation to break training rules hit enmpus athletes at the final event Wednesday the barbe- cue Toi (hey helped in (he serving and distributing. Ait students...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 October 1950

Page 3 SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Friday October 13 1950. RAMBLIN' ROWLAND IS TEMPORARILY blinded as one of the Rebels from Mississippi Southern tries to stop one of those powerful drives which netted Rowland 211 yards in 24 carries. (Photo by Morrison-Birdwell) Tribe Takes 37-19 From Mississippi A small audience of 3000 saw McMurry's Indians whip Mississip- pi Southern last Saturday night In Fair Park stadium by a score of 37-19. Little AU-Amcrican Brad Row- land whose yards rushing almost equalled that of the entire Missis- sippi team led the Indian offensive. Rowland scooted 211 yards on 24 carries and scored two of McMur- ry's touchdowns. The gridiron was a racetrack from the start. "Bubba" Phillips Row- land's expected challenger for the evening's honors took the opening kick-off out to the 21. On the next play Phillips passed to end Ivan Rosamond for 38 yards. A few moments later Phillips sprinted 31 yards to score. All this had hap- pened in two minutes and the Mc- Murry rooters sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 October 1950

FROSH TAKE HEED itdimcH Plcuf TfUu RU Lift that log tote that tree! The time has arrived freshmen. The biggest and most im- portant freshman task is at hand . . . Homecoming activities. First there's the bonfire. Someone has to build it. And it is a tradition that the fish perform this duty. Secondly one of the oldest traditions beating the tom-tom. Naturally a great deal depends on the president. He's the organizer and director. However even a greater load rests with the layman just the freshman student. The president can organize and direct. But he can't do it all. When the call comes the first of next week to help gather material for the bonfire volunteer! It isn't work. There's not a McMurry ex who's really a true ex who didn't love every minute of dragging those dead limbs around loading trash lumber and stacking that pile higher. It's just a part of fresh- man activities to build the bonfire. And it should be even more a part of a freshman to want to help. Next comes the tom-t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 October 1950

Page 5 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday October 13 1950. Men's Social Club Reveal Fall Semester Pledges Men's social clubs IHR Kiva and Ko Sari have announced their new pledges for the coming sem- ester following a series of smokers. New Neophytes are Charles Kee.se Billy Wayne Sisson Stanley Millsap Robert Ixiving Dick Jack- son Richard Buckley Sam Burns Gordon Beck Charles Yarbrough Don Mitchell Hal Dean Caskey and Bartcll Larue. PERSONALS Pledging Kiva for the coming semester are QUI Adams Byoung Kec Mln Gene Williams Wayne Murray Frank Knoff Don Crock- ett. Ko Sari pledges are Lloyd King Cecil Martin Wilmon White Trav- is Jordan Jack Hall Luster Lock- ett Orlo Mitchell and Edwin Connell. Exes Attend Dedication The Rev. and Mrs. Aubrey White who graduated from McMurry in 1944 and have a church at Olton Texas attended dedication cere- monies at McMurry. Myriam Kelso and Jim McLarty who are former McMurry students now attending Texas Tech at Lub- bock came back to Dedication cere- moni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 October 1950

Fkce6 The War Whoop Friday October 13 1950. Afffi Voices Concern Over Korean Winter Conditions By JACK HAMPTON Key mini on the McMurry cam- pus for Uip past few months nt least for those students who arc more concerned with world nf- alrs has born Hyoung Kee Mln sophomore from Seoul Korea. Mtn came to MoMurry almost i year ago after having contacted the college through the aid of a Korean student friend at Abilene Christian college. He Immediately became a "celebrity" with his fel- low students on the Reservation most of whom had never seen a Korean before. Early in his life nt McMurry Mln showed everyone that in spite of his shyness and his unfamilinnty with the "strange" American ways -he wasn't to be outdone in his senHc of humor. Now he laughingly recalls how confused he was when a group of his new school mates Homecoming Program FRIDAY CT. 20 6:1 ft p.m. Crowning Chief Mc- Murry ami Campus queen; pin- ning of color; presentation of exes; starting of tom-tom; alma mater. 1:1 5 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

TKe u Uh Cwitr ftaw Ov dwch " ftout ITO HonicoruNq r oop OP 7 A i r v sHHHIIIIIIIIIIH N aWliflsAV!iiiiiiK iiiS Volume XXVIII. McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday October 20 1950. Number 6 5tVOTiMt XA' Council to Give Parly At Center Tonight First all-college social in the new Radford Memorial Student Life Center Is slated for tonight follow- ing the game. Curfew won't ring tonight un- til 12 for women dormitory resi- dent report Minn Jennie Tate dean of women an special privi- lege have been granted. The Student Council is sponsor- ing the party and Prances Hynds member in charge reports that entertainment including a program and folk-games is on tab in the social hall. Highlighting the entertainment Quadrillers Elect Daniel President Hugh Daniel senior from Lock- ney was reelected president of the campus folk game club the Quad- rillers at last Monday evening's meeting according to Patsy Ma- berry club reporter. Miss Maberry was also chosen secretary-treasurer. David Hamb- ltn was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

t Page 2 The War Whoop Friday October 20 1950. 'Beat ACC Written Talked Yelled All Over Reservation BEAT ACT" Morning nnon and night that phrae has been ringing through- out thr campus Monday tlio tnlk stnttcd when posters began to appear in the Ad- ministration hulldltig Bookstore THE- - WORLDS I FASTEST PORTABLE J TYPEWRITER! THE ALL-NEW 1950 I Smith tarn! NOW AT Abilene Typewriter Exchange 917 North 2nd Phone 7WV7 WELCOME EXES Visit Your Friends at McMurry Book Store jescs-sis scc e7'oxQ cc7o'"'9 ee'eva cctspss eg y J. It. I'lHDIK 0. 1). Ull I.INOHAM G I FIELDERDILLIMHAM I LUMBER COMPANY M Cooks' hunts and Varnishes-. . . l all pa per . . . Doors g m inuoit s . . . luouiaing . . . iiisniaiion A Dial 8171 m 21172 L .CA5 ffJWOSS fTOSS fviwOcSa eCsJ&Zri gsJ&SZ fCZzjJ To the Exes of McMurry College we say Welcome McMurry Drug tho dining hall and hanging fiom President hall "Skin 'cm scalp 'cm scrape Vm " "neat Those Wildcats' . . dlftci- ent phrasing vet the same meaning all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

Friday October 20 1950. The War Whoop Page 3 e 'Crusade for Freedom9 Bells to Ring Tuesday At 1t:()0 n.m. Tuesday United Nations Pay over nil principal ra- dio nctwoiks will be broadca.st from Hetlln the beginning of an impressive ceremony dedicating the new Freedom Bell symbol of Ciusade for Freedom with a two- minute prayerful dedication to world freedom and peace. Immediately following at 11:02 the bells on thin campus together with chuivh school and other bells In town and throughout the nation will ring during and following; the remaining few minutes of this nround-thc-world broaxicasl. Simul- taneously the new Freedom Bell will be heard over the air ringing for the first time from the Rathaus Tower In the Western Sector of Berlin symbolical of all free peo- ples' belief in freedom justice and world peace. The Crusade for Freedom on the McMurry campus began last week and approximately 100 students have signed the scroll and contrib- uted to the Crusade. During this ceremony tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

Page 4 Out lime 74fe General MacArthur is passing out time-tables these days. The day before President Truman announced his intentions of flying to the Pacific he received a time-table from General MacArthur for the pacification of North Korea. It calls for the capture of Pyongyang the Communist capital by Nov. 3 and also the completion of the liberation of all North Korea by Dec. 1. To a foreigner this time-table might sound a trifle boasting but to Americans it's just General Mac at work again. Numer- ous times during the past decade man has had reason to doubt the general. At times his strategy has sounded far-fetched. However the results have proved differently. His "I Shall Return" has become famous for the general did return to the Philippines. There's always someone complaining "Where's the modern Rembrandt? the Beethoven?" To often these modern creators of masterpieces are overlooked in the matter of daily living. But there is one modern genius today has taken his place of f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

0 Social Clubs Host Reception Honoring Ex-students The seven social clubs of Mc- Murry began entertaining: their exes last night with homecoming SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Homecoming Weekly Club Homecoming activities and plans for floats in today's parade wcro the interests at club meetings Wed- nesday and Thursday nights. KAPPA PHI Kappa Phi had their candle-light pledge service in the home of Miss Newman sponsor followed by a dinner. Pledges were pinned with the Kappa Phi emblem. Plans for homecoming were discussed. TIP Plans for the float and arrange- ments for the exes dinner to be held in Iris Graham dining hall Saturday were discussed by TIP in the home of Joy Daniel. GAMMA SIGMA In the home of Miss Beth Myatt sponsor Gamma Sigma met Thurs- day evening. Discussion of the float for the parade and the dinner for club exes at the Chicken Shack Saturday prevailed. Refreshments were served to members and new pledges. DELTA BETA EPSILON Delta Beta Epsilon met in the home of Lanelle Easte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

Page 6 The War Whoop Friday October 20 1950. Indians Meet ACC Wildcats IHBI URBflHI CHARLES MILLER McMurry Center TWO INDIANS WHO HAVE SEEN a lot of action for Mc Murry on the gridiron are Charles Miller and Billy Sisson. Miller is a junior and Sisson a sophomore. Tribesmen Win 10 Lose 7 Tie 2 Homecoming Bottles One of the biggest feuds this side of a world war will be renewed tonight at Fair Park stadium as the McMurry Indians tangle with the ACC Wildcats in a homecom- ing conference gridiron battle. The Indians have taken 5 of 6 homecoming tilts from ACC the latest being in 1018 when Mc- Murry nosed out the Wildcats 13-0. Abilene Christian's lone win was decided by a mere field goal; Mc- Murry losing 3-0. Total games show the two teams In a 0-0 deadlock. The Tribe has sacked up victories the last three years; last year's contest favoring McMurry 21-0. Tonight') tilt could well have a bearing on Texan Conference outcome. MrMurry defending Texas Conference champn have not shown the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

l STARTING BACKS FOR THN TRIBE TONIGHT against A.C.C. are shown in action. Quarterback Doyle Dean handing off to Floyd Sampson. Next Brad Rowland and Eddie Springer. SEASON ROUND-UP TRIBE BEATS MIDWESTERN REBELS LOSES TO TULSA WEST TEXAS A&l McMurry a throe-time loser this season takes on tough ACC in the hope that they can up their average to 500 In season as well as confer- ence standings. The Indians began the season with a 20 to 13 loss to Tulsa Unl- evrsity. The 33-man squad upset most of the sports writers and oth- SvCCvCCCtfvvy'iv1''' R. L. SPRADLEY FOOD MARKET Phone 2-0082 2242 So. 14th St. mnnrmrjnnrairArinfirirn'mMmr- Kodak Finishing for Those Who Want the Best COSBY'S CAMERA SHOP g 110b IN. Znrt SI. Phone 576 J HnririrjrirjrzrmnrjnrmnrMrmrmrjra WHERE PEOPLE BUY WITH CONFIDENCE " :: :: fhe POPULAR 242 Cypress ii! i 1 Visit West Texas' I Most Beautiful Camera 1 I Store ... 7-hour Photo Finishing f I 10 a.m. 5 p.m. I CAMERA Inc. j 1 124 North 2nd Telephone 2-1 722 f era ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 October 1950

Page 8 SCENES FROM THE TWO-DAY DEDICATION OF McMtJKKY LAST WKKK SHOW the throng that attended. At Tuesday's final session Dr. Cooke is seen conferring an honorary doctor's degree on S. M. Jay president of the Board of Trustees. A duct composed of Gypsy Younger and Howard Film Society Slates 'Keys of the Kingdom' First picture shown by the Mc- Murry Theatre Film Society "How Green Was My Valley" was shown in the Radford Auditorium in tho Student Life Center last Tuesday evening. The next picture "Keys of the Kingdom" will be shown next Tuesday night. Because of the ne- cessity to use the auditorium after that show tho picture will begin at 6 p.m. The regular show time is at 6:30 p.m. A short will always WMMfXMjjrjnntMJUM STORE J 'ithin Itself t Oak ...; . tuniie uou re nerei WrjrjyjrjrrjrjrjrjrjrjBBrjrjffflFjrjrjB bottom Banner Milk is West Texas' most preferred Milk 9 i i Welcome ! txes jj! : ::: !:: . 5 :' - faVV '"KIT. STORE f fl i" A City Within Itself A It tastes precede the pic...

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