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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1962

Tuesday, December 4, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Three CLUBS SAI s Attend Incorporation Day SHAKING HANDS with a freshman -rushee at the Men's In- terfraternity Smoker is Don Gordon, right, Sakkara veep. Jim West, President of the Interfraternity Council and Sak- kara President, looks on. Stateline... TWC Tuesday, Dec. 1 7:30 p.m., Gamma Omicron 8:15 p.m., Faculty Recital TWC vs. West Kentucky Collate, in Kentucky Wednesday, Dec. ."> 6:30 p.m., MSM 8:00 p.m., DD Rush, Italian Inn Thursday, Dec. (> 0:00 p.m., Student Senate 7:30 p.m., Volleyball Intramurals 7:30 p.m., Altoco Formal Rush Friday.- Dec. 7 6:30 p.m., Christmas Dinner, Dormitory Students and Faculty 8:00 p.m., Sakkara Formal Rush • 8:15 p.m., Wesleyaa Singers Concert Saturday, Dec. 8 1:00 p.m., SAI Formal Initiation 7:00 p.m., Messiah Rehearsal Au'tiss Slumber Party , TWC vs. Tarleton State, in Public Schools Gym Sunday, Dec. 9 2:00 p.m., Service Project 5:00 p.m., Messiah; in Poly Methodist Church Monday, Dee. 10 7:30 p....

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1962

o Page Four . THE RAMBLER Tuesday. December 962 if Knees Help Decide Buckman's Future; Medicine Gets the Nod Over Coaching CONSOLING his Ju nior football team is "Coach" David Buck- man as the Juniors fali victim to an All-Star powerhouse. David, belcfrjoor of the final game because of a leg injur/, is this year's Student Association President, if Alpha Psi Presents Annual Xmas.Play A Christmas play, "No Room in the Hotel," was presented by Al- pha Psi Omega jn last Tuesday's assembly. A modern, humorous, Christmas play by £)orothy Wilson, "No Room in the Hotel," shows how a hard- boiled newspaper reporter is the only one of a diversified gather- ing; in a small hotel whose charact- er is changed by the appearance of a poor couple strikingly similar to another pair who were refused admittance to an inn many cen- turies ago. • Cast members of the play were: a Man, Silas Hughes; a Woman, Sharon Little; a TSerk, Linda Grif- fin; Reporter, Lewis Marchbanks; a Traveling Man. Dick Hoag; S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1962

■ Tuesday, December 4, 1962 THE RAMBLER Pag^ Five TWC Chaplain Combines Theology With Table Tennis, Te aching C JLU B & CAMPUS ^FASHIONS mSmm BY 0. E. SCHOEFFLER, ESQUIRE'S Fashion Director M • ■v.'X Many a young man itdds accessories to hfs-ward'robe by letting rela- tives—a maiden aunt who "can't resist cute novelties"—pick out his belts, hose and sleepwear at birthdays and Christmastime. The • results are, naturally enough, often cute—artd always disastrous. Elegance in dress extends beyond a .man's exterior, and shows in his knowledgeable attention to detail. Accessories are an integral part of eybfy wardrobe, and the truly well-stocke&wardrobe doesn'*" end with what can be seen at fii-st glance. • " a PULL UP YOUR PANTS!- Although most of today's slacks are styled with expan- sion waistbands and side-tab adjustments, many men still add a touch of color to their slacks with a belt. A ribbon striped fabric belt, with leather ends an<k# small brass buckle, lends color c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1962

& Page Six THE RAMBLER . tuesday, December 4, 1962 Rue's Dazzling Play Removes. Sting From Rams' 76-74 Defeat in Opener TWC Coach Elmer Hanebutt isn't overly Ru'e-ful about the Rams' 76- 74 loss to Howard Payne in their basketball season opener last Sat- urday night. Irvin Rue, the Rams' 6-7 sopho- more center, kept the setback from being: unbearable for the coach by ripping the nets for 36 points — just two shy of the TWC single- frame record — and grabbing a lion's share of rebounds. Coach Hanebutt's optimism about the 1962-63 season took a hefty i , upswing in the-wake of Rue's tre- mendous performance. "1 have a feeling he's going to be doing,that all season," the Ram skipper ^a'id. "If we can just shove the ball into him, he's going to be giving somebody a'fit all the tiftie. It looks like we'll build our of- fense around him." Pete Brown, 6-3 junior forward from Beaver Dam, Kentucky, also was a bright spot against Howard Payne. After sitting out the tip- off, lie came off ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

>. r.m 4^ Skinner Conducts 'Singers' in Concert After College Buffet The traditional faculty-student Christinas dinner was held last Friday evening in the college* din-, ing halt, followed by the Wesleyan Singers' annual Christmas concert in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The invocation at the buffet din- ner was given by Bob Price, sen- ior speech-drama major. "Sweet Little BaUy Jesus" was jsung by Kay Gray, a senior from San Angelo. During th . dinner, a Christmas story was read by Silas Hughes, and Jeremy Walker led the group in a medley of Christmas carols. Bob Rhodes, a freshman from Pittsfield, Mass., delighted «*he youngsters as a 'yankee' St. Nick. Immediately following the din- ner the Wesleyan Singers, con- ducted by Dr. Howard Skinner, di- rpc.tffr' of choral activities, pre- sented their seventh annual Christ- mas Concert. The a capella, choir of 34 voices opened and closed tneir program with a plain chant sung from the foyer of the auditorium. The processional, "O Come Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

Page Two THE RAMBLER Thursday, December 13, 1962 c Christmas — Cjrea t 1"Jime of^ the l^ear "Christmas!—It's a great time of the year," exclaimed a pompous, somewhat stouts-built merchant as he gazed fervently into his glittering store window. "Yessir, it's a great time of the year—It's .. '"A great time of the year? What, exactly, do you mean by that, if you don't mind my inquisitiveness?" questioned a haggard, grey-headed old man who had sided up to the mer- chant during his store window oratory. "Good grief, man, don't you see the significance of it all?" queried the merchant. "It's a season of happiness, cheer, parties, giving gifts and, best of all. just plain spending. Why, it's the perfect-season. If those three wise men hadn't thought up the idea of^ringing gifts to Bethlehem, where would the world be todayWll tell you MYere we would be, in a religious rut, that's where! You can understand my point of view now, can't you?" continued the now-belligerent, merchant to the old. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

Thursday, December 13, 1962 THE RAMBLER Page Three f? t, >t e |h le h # BIDS GO OUT Social Clubs Receive Pledges -+-■ 11 i « f s ■ ELEVEN ENGLISH MAJORS were initiated into Sigma Tau Delta last week. Row 7, left to right, are: Andre LaDanois, Rhoda Senter and Dr. Howard Hughes, sponsor; Row 2, Lynn Judy Penuel, Sharon Smith, Penny •Stephens, Ann Woodard.Kay Wor- Entre Amis social club received 19 pledges Dec. 4. They are: Sue Bussey, Genwy Cruz, Norma Daub- ert, Judy De Busk, Jo Dobkins, Kathy Duncan, Sherry Gofiifth, Maggie ilearst, Laurel Henry, Margaret Howarth, Ellen John- son, Wanda Johnson, Sherry Ma- bery, Karen Pair, Marilyn Poe, Lynn Releford, ° Joanna Rhodes, Bonnie Senter, and Sheila Stevens. The pledges had their first meet- ing Dec. 0. EA and DD recently had a Christmas party ^Sunda^&^temoon for some of the children from one of the fotfmes in Fort Worth. Each member brought a gfft for the children. Entertainment and re- freshments were also provided, Deka ^ Deka ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

a ♦ Page Four < •*. ■ the rambler Thursday, December 13, 1950 4P RESULTS OF SURVEY REVEALED What Do Students Look For in a Date? Have you ever wondered what If a boy desires to rate as a suc- niakes a TWC boy or girl popular? .cessful date.on campus, he should What qualities do you look for in be a good conversationalist, be members of thet, opposite sex when friendly, possess Christian traits, you are considering them as date have a good sense Of humor, and bait or even as marriage potential? A dating and popularity survey display proper manners. Other fac- tors just as important might be was recently taken by members of leadership, understanding, sincer- Dr. M'attie Wooten's Sociology 331 class (Marriage and the Family). The results of this survey were compiled by Jan Powell, a elementary education major. Popularity Rules ity, a good dancer, and masculine appearance and actions. According to the nation-wide sur- senior vey was revealed that the aver- age young American female i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

3, 1962 Thursday, December 13, 1962 ■ THE RAMBLER Pag e Five PH i s. ■J ' s- Four Children, Including Newborn Son, Give Hanebutts Xmas Added Meaning by Kosanne Harvey Rambler Staff V\ riter Since the first Christmas, when a Holy Child was born, Christmas has always been a timen>f children children decorating tre<%, taking in the city's decorations in wide- eyed stares, making mischievipus forays on closets and attics for hid- den presents, ' sinking: hushed hymns and carols in starched choir vestments. For Coach Elmer Hanebutt's family Christmas is Especially a time for children and their holiday celebrations will also be the cele- bration of the birth of an infant son ten weeks ago. The baby, Stephen, is tlje Hane-, butt's fourth child. For him fi'is first -Christmas will be little more than a kaleidoscope of colored lights and varying sounds, but his si'SteV and two brothers "look for- ward to all the joys that eyery boy and girl"imagine. Dreams tfr cameras, transistor radio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

Page Six THE RAMBLER Thursday, December 13, 1962 If: ki* • 1 r'" '* I ^ 4 li 1 fes § SJg* I8C9 caroling, i CLUBS (Continued from Page' 3) will be held Jan. 8 in Dora Roberts changed at which time secret pals Hall. The Marriage of Figaro will were revealed. The toys are taken be presented. to needy children. Dan Hall Refreshments were served and The girls of Dan Hall started charades and other games were their Christmas party by going played. The party ended by group Later, toys were ex- singing of Christmas carols. WINNERS in the room decoration contest of the boys' dormi- tories, which was sponsored by The Rambler, were Silas Hughes and Dick Hoag- Pictured here, Silas is in his winning room, which was a Mexican theme of red, green, and white decorations of a Mexican Christmas. FIRST PLACE WINNERS 4a the girls dormitory decoratfon~cbn- „ test were Louise Smith and Beverly Wilson. Here Louise is ^ shown in the winning room which was decorated with a minia- „ ture Christmas trie, "a "...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

I Thursday. December 13, 1962 THE RAMBLER & Page Seven Coeds Invited to Enter Local Auto Show Contest Experience "has proved that col- liege girls have the best chance of I winning in the "Miss Auto Show" I contest, the third annual edition of which is bejng announced this week by the New Car Dealers Associa- | tion of Greater Fort Worth. A special invitacion to TWC co- eds to enter the contest>is issued by 1 J. J. (Jack) Baggett, president of the Association-^ "Miss Auto Show of 1963" and f her eight maids of honor to be | chosen now will, reign over the fourth annual Fort Worth Au- to Show on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 13, 14 and 15, 1963, in the Will Rogers Exhibits Build- ing. a The girl selected as "Miss Auto* Show of 1963" wins three grand prizes, (1^ a, portable television set, (2) a championship loving cup emblematic of her title, and (3) a $300 modeling or career scholar- ship at her choice of four schools which are cooperating with the contest — Criner School ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1962

„ > Page Ejght THE RAMBLED Thursday, December 13, 1962 Coach Hanebutt Awaiting Annual 'Metamorphosis' of Basketballers by Bill Ramsey Rambler Staff Writer Coach Elmer Hanebutt is hoping he gets his usual Christmas pres- ent this year. If he does, his basketball team will very soon become1 as flashy as a new top on Christmas morn- ing. "As long as I've been at TWC, our teams have never looked as pood before Christmas as they do after," the coach explained. "if everything goes as usual,B we should start looking like an en- tirely different J-eam pretty .soon." On a Midwest road trip , last week, the' Rams were handed suc- cessive losses by Kentucky Wes- leyan, ^Evaipville College and Western Kentucky—a string which extended their losing streak to four. But they bounced back last Saturday night at Public Schools Gyfri to slub Tarleton State, 75-65, for their initial victory. Coach Hanebutt, despite the vie-, tory, still isn't completely satis- fied with his team's play, ''We haven't...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 January 1963

IBRAR* a Noted Scientist To Talk On Space Travel Thursday AT THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DANCE Dee Dee Gutherie, left, was chosen Snow Maiden and Phil Haggard was selected Jack Frost- The dance was held at Wedgwood Country Club. (See related story page 2K Photo by Marcel's J)r. 1. M. Levitt, widely-known scientist-astronomer ami Director of the famous Fels Planetarium in Phiiitdt Iphia, will appeal' here on Thursday, at 1,0:30 a.m. in"a lec- ture entitled "Space Travel of t,he Future." For many years Dr. Levitt haS been known, both in this country and abroad, not only as an astrono- mer and inventor, but also as a scientist with the rare ability to translate into lay terms the most complex scientific subjects. He has gained a large public by .explain- ing the mysteries of the universe and newly-made discoveries about the world we live in through bis newspaper^columns, lectures, and radio arjd television appearances. , Among Dr. Levitt's inventions are the Hamilton .Space Clock, de- signed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 January 1963

Pago Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 8 196' A i hit a wu CUlS cri <cj ^ Jo ^ icii r) r yer, mani & urn 3 "JFK and Mr- K. say no in Berlin." This seems to be the going slogan" for Communist slanderized propaganda now be- ing used for Nikita's latest public attack against West Ger- man Chancellor. Konrad Adenauer. Convinced that JFK is siding up to the-Soviet Union in a direct policy stand over Adenauer's actions in West Germany, Khrushchev has let loose with his usual ' rant and rave" verb- al attack. Since Mr. K. has failed to attack his American op- ponents lately, most authorities consider this move a temper tantrum to keep the East German party faithful and to insure "the boys at home" that he hasn't given up trying to oust the Allies from Berlin. Some of his latest proposals include the idea that the Western powers should end their occupation of West Berlin and that the United Nations take command there for a time to4' perform certain functions - lie also stated that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 January 1963

✓ Tuesday, January 8, 1963 THE RAMBLER of )hn as :ks. in nan is ,ine tal- ad- a vd /ie. i l\V- m- ;on lat ie, th irs .li- tis u- vy to >s. id 11 e .s n i' i 8 • > English Instructor Interested in Many Pastimes—Sewing, Languages, Traveling Page Three Having an intensive interest in several foreign languages. Mrs. Ruth Keating, instructor of Eng ■ lish, spends much of her spare twite- reading and learning about f'o-eY.n She is presently taking German and has taught French in sumne.- school here. Her master s tjiesis was entitled "Spanish Place Natees -of Texas." " Playing the piano, sewing, trav- eling, and writing are ar ong Mrs. Keating's favorite hobbies. She ali,:. on joys going on outings with her husband, J. D., amjifrl Ivvear-old daughter. Karen. Entertaining is another one of her f.i vor'ite pas- times.- She attended TWC for four years and majored in English while minoring in French and mathemat- ics. She began her graduate wjrk at TCU and is now furthering her education...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 January 1963

€3 Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 8, 1963 \ iU IB Rams Even Season Record With Smashing 90-70 Win in the second half vvi WILD GRAB — Larry Graham, left, and James Brown, right, make a mad scramble for the loose ball as an Austin College player frantically reaches for the ball. Ram players, Tommy Thomson and Larry Phelps, watch the actipn. Photo by Marcel's Student Program of Seminar Provides Unique Living, Learning Experiences The 1963-1964 academic year will short seminar courses are com- be the fifteenth year of operation bined with an extended period of of the Scandinavian Seminar. This residence and study in a Folkeh- unique program provides jskole, an adult education center, the American undergraduate and This combination brings the stu- graduate with a year's living and dent into very close contact with learning experience in one of the the life of the country. Students Scandinavian countries. are also required to complete an During the year, home stays and independent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 January 1963

ilti LIB THE KAM8UK Ocxai XUciL 'cxus Vl^cMeijan K^oHctjc FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1964 No. 13 communique by jeremy walker This Thursday and Friday, the members of the Student Associa- tion will be given the opportunity to vote on the ratification of the new Constitution. * You will "find this Constitution printed in its entire FY in this news- paper. Read it. . , Compare it with the old Consti- tution. Discuss it with your class Senate Representatives. Determine for yourselves the validity of the changes that have been made, -anff then make your opinion a meaningful one by vot- ing. Also on the ballots will be the nam'es of the run-off candidates from last week's Ranch Queen '"election: Betty Black and Jeri Boulware. This Thursday evening the Stu- dent Senate will hold its final meeting of the fall semester. The main order of business will be the reading of each committee's mid- year report. , Much has been accomplished ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 January 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 14, 1964' l^ejjorter.s SU SJiUe; , £jit or wSecL.S lienor Icr.s The week of reckoning is once more at hand—finals. As obvious as this fact may be all around the „carrtpus, where hordes of frozen students are seen trudging wearily toward the library, perhaps fdr the first time this semester, and the ordinary jollity of the SUB is SUBdued, no one native to these parts is so aware of impending finals as the Rambler editor. This is .the week she doesn't seem to be able to locate a reporter. Especially the reporter with the big story assigned before the holidays. Those reporters who do show their faces try to remain in the background lest they be noticed and given an assignment. This includes vour assistant editor, who is only driven from the library to the SUB by hunger oc- casionally. & Master of the situation, the editor stations herself behind the coke machine in the SUB. assignment sheet in hand, and button-holes AWOL reporters on the spot. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 January 1963

J W—--Ip ' Tuesday, January 14, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three I,. I ■ I Project '64 Initiates Series of Dinners . For Profs, Students The first in a series of Project '64-initiated student-faculty din- ners vvi^be held Thursday,'Jan. 16, in the Dora Roberts Dining Hall. Students will assemble at 5 p.m. for, these dinners which will last less th«n an hour. At each meeting, five faculty members and their wives or hus- bands will be invited with one teacher to make a short talk or lead a discussion on a topic of his choice in his major field. "The purpose of these dinners is to promote an informal com- munication between faculty. and students. Flexibility and informal- ity will be stressed at these meet- ings," says Joe Farley, chairman of the Project '04 committee. " All students are urged to at- tend. " J> "9 "* |'VJjf Maid of Honor Bretz Named Hostess For Local Auto Show YOU CAN TRUST YOUR CAR TO . . . Alice Bretz, runner-up for the Miss Auto Show title,.believes in living the part...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 January 1963

gage Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 14, 1964 Rx for School Spirit Combine Enthusiastic Ingredients . , Of. Cheerleaders, Student Support t> o by Trudy Marley ed to ruthless tactics yet, they are Georgene Fanning, a senior ele- Rambler Staff Writer impatient with lackadaisical non- mentary education major, is an •Mix two cute petite brunettes, supporters and urge those who do old hand at cheering a team, hav- add two strong, handsome men yell fo aim for the ears" of those ing been a cheerleader for four and what do you have? You hVve who don't. Maybe they would yell previous years. Georgene, who is the recipe for unique enthusiasm in pain then and a yell is a yell. a member of Deka, SEA, and and support of a school team. Having a common hometown is Young Democrats, graduates in Receiving more energetic school a trademark of TWC's cheerlead- May and begins work on her mas- spirit from the studenf body is ers. All four, plus alternate cheer- tersuthis summer at either NTSU the mu...

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