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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1951

e War whoop tearftte Leading Roles in 'Medea1 To Be Presented Dec. 12-1 3 Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday November 30 1951 Number 11 SLhMAB B KnliKliIklili Stunt Night Unreels Dec. 7 in Ad Bldg. Stunt Night annual fun festival sponsored by the Press Club Is to be held Friday Dec. 7 in the au- ditorium of the Administration Building. Entrance fees must be submitted before 5 p.m. Monday. The fee nf one dollar applies to both group and single entries. Single entries cannot use more than three people while group entries can use as many as desired. Prizes for group entries will be $10 $7.50. and $5.00. Prizes for single entries will be $7.50 $0.00 and $2.50. The stunts cannot ex- ceed 10 minutes and Janice Thompson Is in charge of timing and selection of judges. Admission will be 35 cents and tickets will be sold starting next week. Robbie Jay is In charge of ticket sales. See the entry blank on page six of this Issue. Indian Band Acts As Host at Clinic Here Tomorrow r- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1951

Page 2 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP " - - "tj '''wiMwTlwuimimii i PLAN SCHOOL PARTIES Mrs. Andrew W. Rockover di- rector of social activities on the campus is shown conferring with her social committee. Left to right: Mary Ann Huddle- ston Ona Belle True Buddy Dulin Kay Matthews and Doris M. Johnson. All-School Shindig Due At 7 O'Clock in Life Center Tonight at 7 o'clock in the so- cial hull of the Student Life Cen- ter the regular Friday night all- school party will be held an- nounces Kay Matthews chairman of the program. STOP BY T. 6. Carter's Service Station for Friendly Courteous Service Complete Line of Tires SOUTH Hth & SAYLES I Mathews Printing Company I & Printers . . . Stationers ? 2901 Butternut St. Telephone 4-9731 Friday November 30 1951. Plans are being made for an all-school hay ride and picnic by the members of the social commit- tee and Mrs. Andrew C. Rock- over director and sponsor of the campus activities. Tonights' recreation will be di- rected by Miss Mary Lee ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1951

Friday November 30 1951. The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Students Report On SMU Conference In Chapel Students who wont to the Meth- odist Student Movement Confer- ence spoke to the student body during chapel Thursday. The speakers were: Richnrd Sheridan Mallott Hope Medina. Doris Johnson and Kenneth Wyatt. They will summarize the speeches of Bishop W. C. Martin bishop of the Kort Worth-Dallas area; Bish- op A. V. Smith bishop of the Hous- ton area; Dr. J L. Stokes with the Student Department of Edu- cation in Nashville Tennessee; and Dr. Glenn Olds chaplain of Denver University and professor of re- ligion. .Tiiumie Davis sane "It Is No Secret." Art Department Head Serves on Radio Forum lames McCollough head of the j.art department spoke on the Ra- dlo Forum of the Air Nov. 24. Mc- Collough served with a panel dis- cussion on "Art in Everyday Life." Those serving on the panel with McCollough were Norman Whlte- fleld acting head of the ACC art department; Miss Delia Landers art teacher at South ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1951

Page 4 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Bing Crosby already crooning "White Christmas." Radio advertising already urging "Do your shopping early." Newspapers already reminding "Only 99 days till Christ- mas." Santa Claus already standing on every street corner. Tinsel decorations already rattling in the breeze. Parents already trying to convince their 16-year old child that "there really is a Santa Claus." Sleigh bells already jingling in West Texas where the only white thing falling is dandruff and where Christmas is the hottest day of the year. Peop.e a i ready buying gifts they don't need with money they don't have to impress people they don't like. It all adds up to Christmas in November. One can remember if one tries hard the days when we waited until the first of December to start our wild commer- cialization of Christ's birthday but nowadays we're so busy decorating our Christmas trees that we hardly have time to kill the Thanksgiving turkey. It wasn't so bad when they decorated the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1951

SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Backseat Basketball By Richard Adam GREETINGS BASKETBALL. FANS. It Is with contrite heart and as an authority on the game that I seek to bring you tidings from the basketball world. Now readers and I mean all three of you don't sneer or make fun when I speak of my being an au- thority on the game. It's a fact f TO BACK UP THIS STATE- MENT let me tell you of my many years of experience with the old round-ball during my high school and current college career. In high school I was a three year tletterman. I earned my letters pri- marily on good sportsmanship and Unselfishness. Defensively I was a baemlng example of good sports- manship. I never used such cheap tactics as trying to guard an op- posing player as he was attempt- ing a shot. As for college basket- ball I have hopes of making one of the intramural teams before graduation. Now that I have convinced you of my qualifications both as a player and as an authority on the game let me digress briefly to the sub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1951

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday November 30 1951. KNTRY BLANK Name of Entrant (s) Single D Group Number of Participants Exact Title of Skit I in order to enter the 1951 Stunt Night. ndians Wind With 33-14 Win Over A&M Coach Wilford Moore's McMurry Indian footballers closed out their 1951 season Nov. 17 with a con- vincing 33-14 victory over New Mexico A&M thus compiling: a 3-7 win-loss record for the season. The Aggies jumped Into an early lead hut were unable tn hold It mainly because big Sa- bln Hendrlckson broke loose on scoring Jaunt nf 7ft and S3 yard. A blocked Indian punt con- ceived A&M's flr.st tally and it was Al DICarlo who went the final 15 ABILENE BOOK SI ORE Tht Rett Sellers Stationery Monogramming 365 Cypress SHIAfril'S SINTINIl I!!' vfe Ptn $15.00; Pencil $5.00 THE PENDER CO. Slatlontri Prlnltri lllhfrahri 173 CYPtlSS STMIT PHONI 4-433? Phone 44428 j GUl4 J. R. Fielder O. D. Dillingham FIELDER-DILLINGHAM LUMBER COMPANY Cook's Paints & Varnishes Wallpaper ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1951

MYSTERY MAN DONATES BOOKS TO McM LIBRARY Know a business man whom hobh In history and who In In- terested In sports; cpcclall football ami golf? The old adage that "you ran toll a man by what he read" helped bring about this dcscrlp- tlon of a Mjstcry Man who donated 21 books to the Me- Murry library not long ago. "The Mstcr Man" accord- ing to Mr. Roslta Hollar libra- rian droe up to the campus and Kae the books to a little bo also unknown with the re- quest "Tell the librarian to keep them If she wants them and burn them If she doesn't." Librarian Hollar wanted them all right she explains that the) are of recent publlratlon and well-bound olumes of cconom- les and business history biog- raphy noels and sports. The question remains "Who Is the Mterlous Donor?" Film Society Shows 'Orpheus' Tuesday "Orpheus" which is expected to be one of the top showings of tin Kilm Society will be shown Tues- day night at 7:30 p.m. in the Stu- dent Life Center. Jean Cocteau has fashioned a fascinat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1951

Campus Social Clubs Enter Stuntcapades Plan Parties Stunt night parties Christ- mast festivities all these were topics of discussion at the club meetings of McMur- ry's eight social clubs Thurs- day. DELTA BETA Saturday evening in the home of their sponsor Mis Roland 701 Ktatoufue WobU Wah Wahtaysee's an mm I fill banquet was held Friday evcnlnp in the Ctytil ballinotn of the Windsor Hotel. A musical theme was used In decorating the banquet room. Black mimical note were placed on the mirror and tables. Each table was also decorated with green angel hair winding around while candleholders containing orchid candles and wattercd Christmas snow. Orchid chrysanthemums weie used n the centerpiece for the head table. The Invocation was gien h Miss ernle Newman associate member ol the club followed by welcomes from Miss Willie Mae Christopher sponsor and Joyce McMaullcy Roberts president A Christmas theme was carried out in the program. Marvin Clynch sang two selections "Cossack Love Song" ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1951

Friday December 7 1951. The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Stunt Night Winners To Appear on KWKC 'Campus Caravan' KiMt place winners of the single and group cntties of McMuriy's Stunlcapadcs will be special guests of tomorrow's KWKC radio pto- jjinm "Campus Caiavan" an- nounces Chuck Kcny pinduccr of the progiam. "Campun (Uiravan" In a half hour of vnrictv hnw cmnpwnt of Htudcnta from Abilene Chris- tlan MrMurry Hardln-MlmmnnN and Abilene High School. It In prewnted every Saturdaj morn- ing at 10:80. Kach school has a regulai te- porter from their campus who broadcasts the campus news. He- poiteis from the McMurry campus is James Pollard. Loyd Wright is the reportoi fiom Hardin-Sim-mons Doris Button is the tcportcr fom Abilene Chistian and Bill Bchrens is the reporter from Abi- lene High. On tomorrow 'm program also will be the regular entertainers Pat Beasley and Mealy Smith and Bob Rex and his Keett hand from lUrdln-Slmman. A recorded interview with Spike Jnnen will also be an added fea- ture o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1951

PARC 4 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP TKcTK " SfitH$it That Mad-House la Here Again ! ! ! One of the most interesting (if only from the point of the psychologists) of the many annual happenings will be held tonight in the form of the Stuntcapadcs traditional variety show sponsored by the Press Club. The show has in the past been flavored by magicians com- edians dramatists musicians and desecratora of the latter two. One of the factors which tends to liven interest has been the efforts of clubs to outdo each other and this year's com- K)tition promises to be as keen as ever. To further spice the program this year's show will be brightened by professional talent: "Half-Pint" the dummy; and Clint Hammond the man who makes him talk will enter- tain with a ventriloquist show. This all "comes off" at 7 p.m. so there will be plenty of time to get in a movie or a ball game after the very entertaining two hours in the Ad building auditorium. After all it's very seldom we get to see the local "Hams...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1951

SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Sabin Hendrickson Rates Associated Press Little All-America Honorable Mention Sabin Hendrickson McMur- ry fullback and co- captain was named to the honorable mention list in the Associated Press Little All-America se- lections Wednesday. Hendrickson who wound up second in Texas Confer- ence rushing yardage with 049 yards and third in scor- ing with 60 points said in a radio interview Wednesday that "he appi eclated the honoi." Twenty-two players athletes Freshmen Clinch Football Crown A strong freshman team cap- tured the mens intramural font- ball championship behind the run- ning and passing of Durwood Nolo as they defeated Kiva 14-0 Wed- nesday thus compiling a 6-0 rec- old for the season. Second place was taken by IHR whose record was marred only by a freshman defeat and a tie by Kiva. Third place was held down by Kiva who finished the season with a 3-1-2 mark. The IHR football team bested the Forum entiy 14-6 Wednesday but wete unable to atop Dick Flem- ing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 December 1951

Page 6 Th WAR WHOOP Friday December 7 1951. Voluntetrs Choost 'Others' as TMo Of Radio Program "Others" nns heen chosen for the tillc of the Volunteers weekly ra- dio pmgt.ini at 1:45 p in. on KWKC states Lnn Manning vice-president of the mganir.nttnn. Miu rin Hinds wns elected by iircl uniition as historian of the Volunteers upon the resignation of Noima C3ihson In Wednesday's meeting. Do) is M. Johnson -oils R .Johnson and Nlta Smith were appointed as the huylng commit- tee lot the selling of doughnuts and s.uulwli lies In Piesldent Hall on Mondays Wednesdays and Fri- days. Also nt the meeting socks were made hy the group fm disti inution to the needy at Christmas. The piogr.im consisted of a prayer led by Miss Gibson and Vir- ginia Wooten leider of the dcvo 'ional pliyed recoids L0N6H0RM teLvsT 'ROF rtr?r iongiiorn Fine Dairy Products Gifts at McMurry Drug ill liiiililiii jK ' i i Ba aA 'tiii ifliiiiiiaBYB Eighty U.S. Schools Use Chemistry Text by Jones by Scott Brooknhlre Eighty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1951

V J SKNIORS PLACK THIRD Wayne Parker's twirling routine (above) heloed the seniors' entry to Stunt Night win third glace. Musicians (?) in the background are Ted James Gary ook Bob Kern Charles Beenc and Dick Brcnneman. Kiva Wins at Stunt Night; Kappa Phi 2nd;Seniors3rd Kiva took the top honors at f o. Stunt Night last Friday night with Kappa Phi capturing second plurc and the senior class third. Stunt Night annual premu- tation of thp PrtMM Club Ih made up of eanipuH talent. Skltn are judged on originality and audi- ence appeal. Thp tye of aklt Ih left up to thp entrant and can- not exceed ten mlnutCM. The Press Club secured the serv- ices of Clint Hammond noted ven- triloquist and his dummy Half- Pint as an added attraction. Ham- mond put on a short comedy act in which Half-Pint stole the show. The audience was amazed with the almost human facial expres- sions of the dummy. Equally im- pressive was Hammond's ability as a ventriloquist. His movements were undetectable even when Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1951

BTL -': HEM MLLm:-m LaBWaaaaw523aBw3r &? Hr ? RviyBHaaaanaaaaaaaB; KO SAKI PLF.IMSKS Ko Sari's fall semester pledges Kelly Picrson Buddy Dulin T. D. Hamilton are shown in a recent indoor marbles tournament in their playing uniforms. Dulin "fudgpd" on the pictured shot and was disqualified from the tourney. The pledges by the way wear this burlap underwear next to the skin for two weeks 24 hours a day. Page 2 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday December 14 1951. 7dU 'HfeddiHf Vou lotUfltt The Ch.ipel ol Memories will be the setting tonight nt 7 p.m. for the wedding of Peggy Winn tl.itmhler of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Winn of Ysletn anil Barton Mo- Cish sou of Mr. aiul Mrs. H. B. MrCiah of Decatur Georgia. The Rev. George E. Tyson will read the double-ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father the bride will wear a white balleri- ni length gown. Patsy Winn sister of the bride will attend as maid of honor. TJY l (TO Merry --.-m. I oo innsrmas' Eat With Us Big Chief Cafe 1407 Say Ira I L0NGH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1951

Friday December 14 1951. The WAR WHOOP Page 3 r ANONYMOUS McM DIARY REVEALS LIFE ON RECENT CHANTER TOUR Editor's Note: This In from page (if an anonymous Chanter member's diary that can he nl onl) In thi War Whoop. Sunday Doc. 2 Wc began our tour this morning amid cold misty weather. Billlc Newberry Bert Alllcck Marilyn Vaughn and Har- old Ruckcr president won't be able to go along. This morning we sang in Cisco. We then wenl to Hunger. Gwen Nunn and .lane Ann Steen played a hand of ca- nasta but Owen lost when Mar- garet Riddle and Nina Caiter be- gan snitching cards for Jane Ann's hand. Tonight wc sang in Ranger Beth Garrison's home town. Monday Dor. 3 E a n 1 1 a n d High School wan the scene of the Hrst concert today. Afterwards on the Hay to Breckcnridgc to sing In the high school there canasta wan rcplarcd by another card game that proved to he quite popular. It Is called "I Douht It" and combines the use of th( best poker and ability to "Mb." Mildred Akcns Rlllle Uan- dy Wlll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1951

- -u- i .".- tH."' " -asl -'... a-. " ? ; ' " - -Ml" ' . .' ... ." W" k ' ' " -. . - fay?! " ' vvr"r-' .-M w vcB:-' i "' TjrXMKH '. WAITING . . . &uU fe IK. THUtom? She's n nice elate he mused as he rolled along. Only wish Santa Claus would bring me something like that for Christmas he joked to himself He kicked his dad's car on up to 40 as lie realized it was late it was on out-of-the-way city street and besides he'd only seen one car moving since he kissed her at the doorstep. B-r-r-r-r-r-r he said silently in the iciness of the late Decem- ber winter (licking on the radio to forget smoky-like fog-rings he couldn't help blowing and wondering why Dad hadn't bought a heater instead. A cold-numbed foot pushed the speed- ometer to 50 and a warning glow embarrassed the instrument's face red. A slurry midnight dance band was jazzing up a Christmas carol. It wasn't far now; a couple more miles around the bend the teenagers had labeled "Crash Comer" and then he'd pull into the diivewa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1951

SPORTS The WAR WHOOP NeeeacWl;l;xaocaa???acggx.v Backseat Basketball By Richard Adams CONGRATULATIONS B A S -KKTBAL.L LOVERS. We have done tt again. We smashed an- other attendance record. Twenty percent of our student body saw the St. Edwards game last Tues- day night. Keep up the good work. EVIDKNTLY SOME OF OUR comrades of the campus were a a little mixed up as to what was happening that night. The sched ule Raid basketball not a blood drive. The only evidence that 1 saw of the red stuff was the op- posing coach's bleeding at the out- come of the game. (For further (i. Information glance at the editorial ' page.) TONIGHT THE INDIANS face St. Edwards In a return engage- ment at Austin. The HlUtoppcrs will probably show better form In their own back yard than they showed here last week. However I'll take Mel Jowell's boys to top them by about fivc points. MONDAY NIGHT it's Midwest- ern here at the local palladium. The Indians from Wichita Kails have already chalked up victories ove...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 December 1951

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday December 14 1951. Weekly Devotionol Something Ntw In Christmas Hrriplmc readings: Matthew 2:1-2; Luke 2:1-20. One again it in the Cluintnuis seison; throughout tho whole of Uii free Christian woilcl people me pitheiing In thelt homes theit rhutehes H nil public plates to sing Hip beloved iMtols ol Christniiis nnil to hem ugiln the henulirul si'iiptme leadings that toll of the Imth nt Clulst. Kvpii though this Joyful -season ililes huh ninny yeats there cms to lie something new about it eveiy time: something new In een in it by Clinstians We leecive a newness of the woishlpncss of Christmas us we heal the stoiy of the wle men as they eome healing Rifts for the Holy Chilil; we receive n newness of the warm heartedncss of Christ- nms as wp listen to the story of the shepherds ns they joyfully eome to see tlu new-botn child that Is the Saviour; wc iceelve n newness ol the sweet tenderness of Christmas as we rend of Mary the mother of Christ ns she Raxes down ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 December 1951

MERRY CHRISTMAS the WAR WHOOP BS9 Volume XXIX MrMuny College Abilene Texas Friday December 21 1951. Number 14 .r "NKKDS SOMK HKRK" says Betty Sue league (centei) President Mail unnstmas tree some 12 feet high and measures 10 feet in diamct everyone is wondering how the thing through the dorm doors. A Short Stor h Orlo Mitchell December 21 A Russiin occupied i ipit il i it in the Balk ins I stood on the frozen street i or- ncr for a moment ti.ving to push my senif tip a little highci about my eai.i Vinous little gusts of wind seeped undei my coit gnish- ed at my pints and bit little pieces out of m legs Christnns? What a liugli No lights no bells no decorations The titv fathers there weien't ver much In favoi j Chanters Perform In Dallas Jan. 6 University Park Methodist Chinch Dallas will be the scene of a Chanter conceit Sunday Jan. 6 The choral group under the di- rection of Dr. Riehai d C on Ende will slii one high school coiueit In Dallas Monday and will make a program-length tap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 December 1951

Page 2 Th-xjjLJLiSw-WJpivHPBff. torn. CHRISTMAS IN RUSSIA ky KIN WTATT 1 wot Hip night lieloie Chmimii when nil t)iroui)h Ihr lly Not n cipntorp vmu slitting not even n spy lite liofooko wot hung liy the chimney v.ith fOIP In Inn Hi.il Untie Jop loon would ip Kip ihiMirn p.p Inymo oil dead in tlipil hrdt Whilo Hip win! vtliittled through mill holit in llirn heads And Mima in Iipi liplmol nnd I In my cop Mod usl tplllpd out limint tot o look nl IIip mop Whrn out m ilio street iliprp arose suh o tlottpr I sptnno from m choir 10 set v.liot win Hip mollpf Awoy lo Hip window I ctept like o lo. Yanked shut Hip shuttets ond checked oil Hip locks Hie moon on tlu tutli ol Hip sidewalk Hv JLfBm rf-v' -sv ' !Sl9LIIH k r BK9r -!H students who contests to date do not pew! hip or at least do AcNLuaiip tit nil .'iv:iil:ihlonsmaAlL liiivn iiuiMifloil II o three Ind:ihftri:IIAair Mttii knowledge dyuiortfeimH not wish tvdi IBgBIBri W K AtiBctyA H lnHV VnBlr BOvUHpns aup shBu nHKofcWi'cBTnnn 'jftivcn ...

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