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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1955

THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students LUME 28 FO^T tM im m n / hj< v BR mm. ■;• • ;:"4* 04* *r WOftTH, TEXAS, OCTOBER 18, 1955 \ «6> 10L No. 6 ;.JHP >A¥ |nkc-e. pach I Beir-g J partWjj sport -• ■- * V" fWKSSLi Daisy Mae Chases Abner In Campus Dogpatch Race ' " ■ is s*G prone in the fish pond above ithe freshman as they observe l'of many raids sounded by the lomores. |\YING off her kiddy costume group of classmates at the is Betty Browder, Cleburne jirit tee: Girls Entertained ^ |-h Picnic Thursday girls and Mes. Keffer were irtained with a picnic last frsday night at the home of and Mrs. Gardner Norman, Iher and sister-in-law of Joyce -nan, a resident of Dan Hail?1 be twenty-four girls enjoyed ling games, riding horses and entertainment at the picnic ng the two hours they were PHOTOS By PORTRAIT GALLERY RYi 'leaning Pond Climaxes freshman Activities iSn pc 1^ leaning out the fish pond high- fed the three-day extravaganza vn as Freshman Week. Tuesday, October 11, the |omores...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1955

— J roflWea^KK^; m **■*>>****+ ^•Av '■• ■•■■ tt> <-? '77: V**/ fc~. THE RAMBL E R Oct. PAGE 2 )ctob< 'T/tcza +¥rtclc<iJt *r¥i(<nJ ei^ Comp< There are compen if inn iy a. ; ihrt ices it k: pet tion is fair, h v.'/evi ,ar y f J of wo lement ot l competiti rade. No idesirable «Sl business1, an. Fair ail com- are type a ret e cutthroa Communit' vided into var political. The conflic e a ideals, ting scientific theo Individuals for—jobs, socia :atec ~\ be cor di' f! nded finq con tition can be di- 'omic, social, and 3 parts also, e. q. qions, flicting ies, and mar.y c have conflicts status, class rei thers. with other individuals distinction, prestige, iflicts within themsel survival, food, mates, etc. Again, individuals have conflicts wi ves. The greatest conflict the-individual has to fight is with himself. The major crisis he faces is the search for a solution to the Question of why he does not do the good that he would do: and does the evil that he would not do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1955

mmmmm >er 18, 1955 THE RAMBLER "7^ PAGE 3 >rris Presppts Series Lectures on Religion V is M >rris. assistant profes- ... . in addrewttd the North ,jrth Woman's Club Kriciay. • 7. in the first, <*( a .series t lectures entitled, "The Today." The Ooto- neeting was held at Boule- , ! !.■ t: t Church, temporary liters of the. club. At the 5 plans were initiated for Ming of a new clubhouse, etober 16 Mr. Morris spoke Kir-t Methodist Church in where he addressed the Foundation composed of s from NTSC and TSCW. |b>-ct was "Depth Psychology e Christian, Faith." <>r 16 he began a series of •ctures at Matthews Meriio- lethodlst Church, campus of TCU, where he will be ig to the youth division on jLiving Religion." The lee- ill be*'on October 23W30, and >er 6. He will address the' Woman's So- cifty of cruistiun service-of the First M«Oiodlst Church, Fiy;t Worth, today. This will be the first of three lectures on "Nature i of Christian Love." Mr. Morris will be on the car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1955

68I8IMSI vmmmm mmam rL^~\ u PAGE 4 THE RAMBLER C*0i.t ■ Sports In Brief Hy J.VMKS WKMilNS 6'2 Junior Plays End, Coaches Jntramurai Te01 A safoty Hi the final six .minut e of the first f.M"tball game >.f the inti.n**ral season placed the soph- (jrtores in I h < ■ victor's 10It' with a 2-0 over the freshmen Beathani, the freshman passer, was caught attempting to pass from the emi- lOBe. This was the difference in a seesaw game that saw both t threaten once each, hut threats never materialized. paws, did outstanding wortf1 in the defensive secondary. For the Fish Ed Sanders and Richard Nagotta were the only re- o'ivers who managed to hold ori . BeachmWs passes. For this reason there was little offensive prowess shown by the Fish. Kd jams ! Sanders was the spearhead of the the | Fish defense. Jack Edwards. Boh j Cole, and Tom Deason did a fine The Sophs reached the Fish 9- j job in the middle of the fish line, yard line as a result of a pass from | The Juniors showed the Fresh- Bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1955

M THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students 'OLUME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, OCTOBER 25, 1955 No. 7 ■" xWomen in Community Life' Is Theme of Willson Lecture Series DOfiiPATCH characters get into the act as Sadie Hawkins Day gets under way in assembly Tuesday. 3'mmy Watson led the Garrett Snuff gang and the student body on an excitiftg besft- hunt. Overall theme of a series of Will- son lectures being given by Dr. Georgia Benjamin, teacher, par- ent, lecturer, and world treaveler, is "Women in Community Life." Morning Injures have consisted of "Worrien in the Changing East" and "American Women as Com- munity Leaders." Last night's lecture was entitled "Women at Work In the Scandinavian Com- munities," and tonight's lecture will be "The Career That Has No Pro- fessional Rating" in the chapel of Polytechnic Methodist Church at 7:00 P. M." -\Dc. Benjamin, of Nashville, Tenn- essee, first became interested in 'community activities while she held positions at the Universities of Minnesota, Colora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1955

■ VP MM H MB BI IBNN - v. rfWwjfiflB (tV; v>- •' :. f . 4 ' ■ « .*'• - ' •' PAGE 2 THE RAMBLER Oc + obt:: r i '■ <r Sea&e 0/ tTCMt&i A aood sense of humor is a valuable possession. Few have a natural sense of humor. Most people develop their sense of humor a^cordmq to what they see pleases others. Sociologists teach that each per- son is a unique individual. This is true. In this day and age an individual is unique. Too many are*willing to go along with the crowd, never thinking for themselves. Others go through life following the same pattern, never making a change or venturing something new, always willing for the other person to make the first move. This wait and see"attitude is caused by a de- sire to be popular. Doing something against the desires of the-.crowd might make one unpopular. person who is always moving ahead is seldom popular; he is usually too busy doing something, to worry about pleasing people. The person who is an individual and alio possesses a go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1955

25. 1955 man wmm ■ • >, ■ ■ . ■' THE RAMBLER Iippine Educator Tours City Jlierves English* Departments jig with teachers of Eng- as Christian University W- ^.-yan College, vis- ^rjes, art galleries, mu- torical sites, offices, and stations are just a f£w ivities of Mr Esteban S. educator from the Phil- vhile visiting in Fort Jr. Javellana is partici- the Foreign Leader's fof the International Ed- Ixchange Service of the u-s Department of State. litiate 21 [ma(S eaice< ' B|— nembers of 1 S sne new members of Tau !hl were formally initiated ctober 17, at 7:30 p. m., i-n Girls' Room. meetings of the Town are held the third Mon- of each month at 7:30 the Town Girls' I^oom. are scheduled the sec- and the fourth Thurs- kch month at 1:00 in the |ls' Room. rtext Monday night meet- will be elected to fill fices. Bay The Perfect Treat... CREAM from HBURN'S lOl'.' E. ROSED ALE He has been visiting the United States since July 31 and will re- turn home October 27. Last week was a busy tjm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1955

PAGE 4 THE RAMBLER- Octc Sports In Brief £ By j VMKS WHJC.IVS The TCU Frogs lost their hopes jannounced and carried out, each of nn undefeated .fason as the fightin' Aggies felled the "unbeat- able" team by a 19-16 score in one of the best games in the SWC play thus far. • ft Intramural football Is almost over and the participation has been class will be well represented. • • • The Hams will op*n their reason play on Tuesday, November 29, at the Recreation Hall, with new glass backboards, against the Stephen F. Austin squad from Nacogdoches. Although this is over a month good except by the Senior Class j away, it's not too early to begin whose tight schedule presented a I getting behind this Ram team that problem that they were unable to cope with. They therefore had to forfeit all their games and face the remainder of the 'mural pro- gram with a great disadvantage.- Participation in intramurals is ope of the few ways that school spirit can be built up on the TW campus, and it is ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 November 1955

.UME 28 We RAM81CR FORT WORTH, TEXAS, NOVEMBER I. 1955 * 'a ■ ■■ ■■■■ The Vofce of TWO Students 0 No. 8 t X i \ ■ 1 & ■ n3 ici Class Makes Tour if Health Service Hospital' (visit to^(ie United States Pub- [to forty different papers and one faith Service Hospital was the jhundred periodicals. An interest- pet of Dr. Moon's Sociology ing feature of the library Is its }lass, last Wednesday. October book bindery. All books and peri- H'he class was taken on a tour j odicais in need ,of repair are igh the 1440-acre hospital [brought here. The binding is done |h houses 850 patients. Mr. H. by patients. fhillips, one of the administra- |officers, served fis guide. Iter lunching in the hospital leria, the class visited the pa- is' library. Mrs. Grimmelh [of the three full time libra- explained the library to the ents. $lrs. GrimmcH explained rm>st of the panents read, in closed rooms. The library fa federal allotment of $1200 year for new books, and is able teep up with the best selle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 November 1955

KMK Meemww it-..(Bifriwwi't-iit^'fi'TWr*** >2> to > mber jTAGE 2 tyou ?4 Will there be a blank where your face should bo? Will you be embarrassed because your ture is not in the TXWECO? Only four hundred pictures have been taken for all the classes. This is not a true rep- resentation of the student body. The TXWECO is your annua! and deserves your picture. Whether or not you have a good annual depends on you. When you fail to have your picture taken, you are letting your school, annual, and friends down. The deadline is past, but Mr. Chapman will take your picture if you go down to his studio, The Portrait Gallery, 1816 Vaughn Blvd., Wednesday through Saturday of this week/ (?cc%e /tdxUct& Last week we visited the United States Public Health Service Hospital. This hospital was dedicated in October, 1938, as a hospital for the cure of nar- cotic ad diets and for research into the cause of nar- cotic addiction. The hospital admits patients from all brancnes of the armed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 November 1955

> V^-A ■*mm mmumaBmuaatmarnt* V ' THE RAMBLER PAGE 3 hi$1 '•< music,,student, homo- id mother keeps this o i n Shears winner very |u iy nt ni :ht while my s care of the baby," rvcy, a senior majoring jucation, graduated In o!y High School where [member °f the National ty and soloist in the horus and Orchestra; &aii the lead part in an she was soloist In the kristmas production. The Jer sophomore year she na Alpha Iota scholar- ivas elected Snow Maid- thas been very active in jvitles and is taking coming production of. Husbands." She is a of t >e maid E. ROSEDALE IL GII.BREATH [V. P. GAINES and A. IL EVANS ays to Look Well member of Thespians, SAI, senior member of Alpha Chi, and mem- ber of Wesleyan Singers. "She is a soloist in the Poly Methodist choir. When asked of her plans after graduation, she replied, "I hope to get my masters degree and to teach voice in some college." Joyce said that Charles, her hus- band, was wondering if she will ever get out of school. She ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 November 1955

,7 r> & PAGE 4 Sports In Brief A By JAMJ.S WIGC.INS H The Junior Class jumped off t" ck start in the intramural campaign by taking the fifty first place points afforded by their vic- tory in the football season. The so go toward a total point system which will ultimately determine the winner of the intramural trop- phy to be awarded' next spring. The sophomores follow with 30 points, the freshmen with 20 points and the seniors'" with 10 points. The program includes four maj- or or team sports which include football, Volleyball, basketball, and Softball, and each offers 50 points for the winner, 30 for second placen etc. There are at least three individual, or minor sports, in the set-up including table-tennis, ten- nis and golf. These sports offer 25 points for first place, 15 for sec- ond, 10 for third, and 5 for fourth. Thu^ the ultimate results or win- ner will be determined by the par- ticipation in all the program by each class, giving every class a good opportunity to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 1955

MQMJMiaMBNMfcMMl ~V *DS :RSI IANC LA-0 kSl"4* *D«ihN* THE KAM8LSK The Voice of TWC Students • ME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 No. 9 fywright, Lecturer Tells Theater '55 Activities Attention Seniors: ari Scott, playwright and was guest speaker at n November 1 in the Fine iditorium She spoke on heater Today." Miss Scott lie staff of Theater '55 in a theater established "in rid" by the late Margo Miss Scott is an alumna of e Tech's Drama Depart- ed the graduate school of versity of Pittsburgh. She istant director to the late inhardt. Scott has "Written motion scripts for RKO Studios, > of her plays, "An Old i Woman" and "Oracle #n" have been premiered in [Scott stated that "theater |round" began with our an- who, while cooking their [fund the campfire at night, escribe their hunts for "The church," said Miss f"kept the theater alive dur- medieval period." "Since jshe continued, "through the bment of \he spirit of the [great dramas and t agedies eeome a living part of the ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 1955

w . . • PAGE 2 THE RAM BLER Jj- ScaxcA foi *7iut& IITTIE MAN ON CAMPUS DtcU Bibler Three weeks ago the Texas State Fair pros an exhibit calie'd the Family of Man. This exhibit was •the best ,we have ever seen. The th^rne as expressed by Carl Sandburq was that there is only one man in all the'world and he is all men; there is only one wo- man in ail the world'and she is all women; there is only one child in all the world and that child is all children. The'exhibit, which was composed of photographs selected by Edward Strieker, pictured all phases of human life with all its disuses, dreams, heartaches, successes and failures. The Family of Man truly de- picts man as he is, and he wishes to be. There is no sham about this exhibit as it shows the many different cultures of sixty-eight countries. There is more to this^£xhibit than just pictures of people as they go'afcio&F their task of living. There is more to this exhibit than joy and sorrow, love and hatred, pleasure and pain,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 1955

mm jrember 8, 1955 THE RAMBLER Rational Teacher Examinations Be Held February //, A956 CETON, N, J.—The Nation- h-.-r Fxaminationi' prepared |orial Testing £>-'*j|dPwTll bo at 200 Ustfrig centers kj..hout the t'nited States on tiay, February 11, 1956, [the one-day testing session a Idatc may take the Common ltnations, which include ^tests rofessionai Information, Gen- ~ulture, English Expression son-verbal Reasoning; and one |i'o of ten Optional Examina- I designocPto demonstrate mas- of the subject matter to be it. The college which a can- is attending, or the school i in which he is seeking cm- •nt, will advise him whether lould take- the National Teach- naminational and which of the Examinations to select, iplication forms and a Bulletin \formation describing registra- grocedure and containing sam- est questions may be obtained college officials, school sup- endents, or directly from theL bnal Teacher Examinations, Rational Testing Service, 20 au Street, Princeton, New Jer- Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 1955

NMMHHMMHHHNMHHMMNNIMMi PAGE 4 THE RAMBLER N 0 Vt T • -■<\ 7 Sports In Brief r,v J'AMKM uKii.l^s S.-'.il iai in f. Conference foot- ■m of special in- ; hese parts, >- four teams still in the crown: Texas, and. <;! > ■ s. t h" xas Aggies, who cur- ing the race, ono- Thfi ball race i teivst to there rem contention SMU, „TCV fight in' T rentty arc half game in front of the others. Saturday, one of these and possib- , ly two were eliminated, as SM'I and A and M clashed at College Station; and Texas and Arkansas played. TCU was idle last week. Ijflooks as if there is no one to stop the Aggie express ynless the ponies of SMU did it last Saturday. However, should the Aggies go a- head and win the Conference, the SVVC executive committee will have to select a representative of the SVVC for the Cotton Bowl game on January 2, 1956, since the Aggies are on probation for rules violation. j it is hoped that many will par- * * * I ticipate in the Men's Intramural The SVVC was again on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 1955

mtmmmmmmammm s+iU* THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students IME 28 / FORT WORTH. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 15, 1955 No. 10 iswell To Attend Series Methodist Conferences lam Brasvvell, business man- ill attend a series of On- fexas Conferences of the ist Church from Novem- luntil December 13. He .will |1 greetings of President members of the confer- fcnd will make "reports on rcontage o£ ministerial, life- find veteran students in Irt i" show "how students on ipus at TWC are serving Ihurch, and country." Mr. Til .will also report on the (fition that TWC is making large enrollment expected U960's. • November 14 he will attend ference of the Gatesville Is Will Issue Wednesday Jernity bids will be issued jspective members by the ifraternities on Wednesday [ig. If a student wishes to Jo a pledge, he must return •with his acceptance before ^'clock next Monday after- He will remain a pledge ;h the remainder of this se- lf he is able to meet all foments for membership (fur- time, he will be initiated he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 1955

'\ PAGE 2 THE RAM B LER Novo Kb "Plenty ICttte Tests are over now; notebooks, research papers,, and reports have ail been turned in, and we have had a weekend of rest. That last week was pretty hectic. AH the midnight oil at our house was used up, and we probably won't get a new supply for another eight weeks. The, grades weren t all perfect, but nothing is so bad that it can't get woi^e. Or in a less nega- tive way—nothing is'so good that it can t get better. "The worse problem we face seems to be the note- books and research papers. There is aiways^ plenty of time to do them until all of a sudden it is time for them to be in. Let us be grateful for small favors 'Such as Thanksgiving vacation when we are able to cram and catch up on back work. Vacation -should be a time for rest and play; however, we are usually so busy playing and drinking Ida's "coffee (pardon the expressionlvfthat we have to use our vacations for our school work. Putting off is so easy to do that it can readily ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 1955

MMMMNNMttSftKNKMMHBNMflMHMMflEIMMMNMHHnnBMMMMMI 1955 im THE RAMBLER m; ■! • / PAGE 3 ai«5 >1 '0 !>,: In,! lift I ev« < Isn't Licked t Help Mp, 'h*> y« r In which the mUo vaccine was given to Ntld by the March of Dimes pprn" '*■ >.(>• 1 Americans Jl-WB th<- < ighth c-on-i' outive th worst polio epidemics •B ttoii Millions of children : jfOt' ;tcd through vaccine •l the March of Dimes \g the unprotected1, polio its terrible toll, husetts and Wisconsin, epidemics brought tra- thousands of homes, t the nation the disease tlce that polio is not However grim the your National Foun- t the challenge with Dimes funds, equipment nnnei, contributing IS experience to the battle lio. year's end, there were io patients who would looking to the March of 1 asistanee. For them ihe mo too late. But f^is te to help. Students are give now to the 1956 Dimes. Students Get larships [Texas Wesleyan College have been awarded Na- lethodist scholarships which fof their tuition for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 1955

/s v. PAGE 4 •y THE RAMBLER No VOf^.r.j Sports In Brief Hy JAMES WIGGINS UL Will Institute BS Degree In Physics Junior xMural Captain Is "All American' Girl Support Th< Ad vt rt In the SWC f not bull race, the placed the Aggies >>n [>roba- surprisintf I diversity lion. J he Ajfgl? funs say that the lxmghorns sneaked by Baylor 21- jromniittee had no legal right to do this; however, it .scorns that if the effectiveness <>(,, the committee is they had defeat- j to continue to exist, fhey must ua- ' ' '' ' their decision. 1.0UISVIU.K, The University l>ut into effect -[« i— KY.— <1 P.) — I The first year's, study of l uisvi!W will j occupied with the general this year a pro- j« I" second year, th will be physics 20 to fake their second tfame in 'as many weeks by the same*margin The week befor ed the SMU Mustangs 1.9-18 in a I wavorlngly hold t tough game. This was the first time that sport fans or writers anywhere could remember the X/onghorns winning two one-poin...

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