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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1964

Thursday, February 2Q, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three Duo-Piano Team tWC Grads To Give Benefit Concert /\ V . ■ ' For Campus Music Frat Prot&xts Tbe duo-piano team of Howard and Patricia Ban- will he present- ed in a benefit concert by the Fort Worth Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, a national pro- fessional fraternity for women in music. The concert, wlych will benefit the chapter's national and local prpjects, will be played in the aud- itorium of McLean Junior High School on Friday, Feb. 28 gst. 8 p.m. Mrs. Barr, who was initiated into Sigma Alpha Iota; "while at- tending Texas Wesleyan College ■and vyas the recipient of the Fort "WiiKh Alumnae Chapter's first scholarship to a woman music stu- dent at TWC, is now affiliated Since their marriagcXin 1952, with the alumnae chapter. their work as duo artisjtswas been Attended Same Schools increasingly in tlrirniiriipiif il it The Barrs, both natives of Fort now occupies their full attention Worth, are among the very few as perfo...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1964

c Page Four THE RAMBLER Thursday, February 20, 1964 Celebrated Mardi 'Gras streets and consume some of the from the new section, you enter electricity, you are in America's crowded narrow streets where ro- Paris, "The City That Care For- mance and history, frozen in iron 'got." la«e, literally drips from the caves Narrow Streets of brick and stucco of the Vieux As you walk east - from Canal Carre buildings. Street, which divides the old town '' The history is well recorded and On Campus with Maxfihulman (Author of "Rally Round the Flag, Boys!" and "Harefoot Boy With Cheek".) ARF! * *. Benjamin Franklin (Or The Louisville Slugger, as he is bettef known .as) said, "A penny saved is a, penny earned," and we, tS college population of America, have taken to heart this sage advice. We spend prudently; we budget diligently. Yet, despite our wise precautions, we are always running short.'Why? Be- cause there is one item of expense that we consistently xvX~) estimate—the cost of tr^i'elling ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1964

<s Thursday, February 20, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five Editor Visits Rotary Club; Greets Guest, Hears Talk Most people .don't kiss and toll but editors do. Last Friday, •'Rambler editor Rosannc Harvey was drafted b> Dr. Willfam Ward of the Downtown Rotary Club to present their long-distance guest with a yellow rose of Texas and a kiss — equally of Texas. Each week, the Downtown Ro- tary has a lovely present the rose and kiss to the visiting Rotarian who has traveled the greatest dis- tance. This month, Dr. Ward is in charge of supplying the meetings with suitable girls, and he called Dr. Streett Talks \TAt Weekly Banquet it, IS XG ?e id n in ro I on The Rambler editor to do the honors Friday for a visitor from Seattle, W a'shinW' The Rotary program \\%s one of interest to all, RoTarians, edi- tors and otherwise. Mrs. Leona Allman, Consumer Consultant for the Federal Food and Drug Ad- ministration, spoke. Mrs. Allman stressed the fact that the Food and Drag Adminis- tration is do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1964

-^1 Page Six THE RAMBLER Thursday, February 20, 1964 Lambs Rip Two Foes With Ease V The TWC Junior Varsity bas- ketballers chalked up a pair of lopsided victories- at Public Schools' K Gym last week, dumping Cooke County Junior College, 86-60, Wed- nesday and hammering Fort Worth Christian College, 101-71, Satur- day night. Marvin Picha sparked the Lambs' victory over Cooke Coun- ty by scoring 17 points and grab- bing nine rebounds. Jerry Norris and Jimmy Don Hardin scored 12 points "apiece and John Giesler added 11. Hardin wpnt- pn_ ;i )int scor- ing, binge to propel the Saturday rtight triumph. Five other Lamb/ joined him in double figures — Giesler with 18, Art Fowler with .16, Picha, with 12, and Norris and Graham Davis with 10 apiece. - The Lambs had a date with*! he tough North Texas State Fresh- men last Monday night at Denton. They will close out their 1963-6-4 schedule Saturday night at Public Schools Gym against Weatherford Junior College. Last week's box scores:, LAMBS FG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 February 1964

JUDGE GEORGE W Ar JEX.AS .WESLEY THE RAMBLER ^Jexcid ULL, an C- o (L,e FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 FILE SWEETHEART PETITIONS VOkUME 36 F.ORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1964 No: 17 communique by jeremy walker ing^plans • were establishment, if If—as has been stated here in the past—it is easy for students to become so caught up with their academic pursuits that they over- look the value of participation in extra-curricular activities — it is equally as tempting to so concern oneself with one's affairs here at TWC that little attention is de- voted to opportunities beyond this campus' boundaries. In or,dec. to. develop a more out- ward-looking attitude in the TWC Student body, the Senate is pre- sently considering a number of in- teresting endeavors. At the most recent Senate meet- discussed for the of a .Student Infor- mation Center — hopefully to be located in the Student Center — where information concerning var- ious regional, national, and inter- national stude...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 February 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 25, 1964 Baa Baa, Bl^ck Sheep , O ■' * by Rosanne Harvey So the lights f ame on and caught you in mid-twitch. The first thing you thought was, "What is the deal?" The secpnd thing you thought was, "They can't really do this.'*-' Then after they did really do it, the third thing you thought was, "They'll be sorry they did this. They'll pay." i That's how the Homecoming dance was finished. The lights were turned on, the band was dismissed and the stu- dents were told it was all over for the night. But because feelings were hurt, tempers were riled and a good time was cut short, it wasn't over then. While students often will say little about the science building we sorely need and the new gym we could really use, they're going to talk a while about this dance that was stopped in what ma*hy feel was an unnecessary manner. Whether it was unnecessary or not is a mattej of opinion. Was it because of the manner of dance that was being executed or was i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 February 1964

Tuesday, February 25, 1964 THE RAMBLER .Page Three is ■r; py l> r 5t al la It* le. 282 Students Named In I Barbara Andres, 3.71; Rita Kay Greiner, 3.71; Margaret Hearst, 3.71; Karen Pair, 3.63; Kenneth Sprinkle, 3.61; Russell Moxley, Jr., 3.60; Carol Ramsey, 3.60; Glenrla Steel, 3.60; Dixie Calahan, 3.59; Judy Shaw, 3.57; Elaine Hanna, 3.49; Kathy Duncan, 3.40; Bettye Wright, 3.40; Rebecca Blakeway, 3.37; Mary Alice King, 3-37; Sher- ry Payne, 3.37; Rwby fearce, 3-37; Dona Smith, 3.37; Wanda John- son, 3.36; Sherry Edwards, 3.35; and Susan Johnston, 3.35. Michael Gibson, 3.33; Laurel Henry, 3.27; Raymond Brinson Jr., 3.25; Marilyn Poe, 3.24; «. Elaine Blair, 3.23; Mart' Ann Bock, 3.21; Elaine King. 3.21; Patricia Meyers, 3.21; Jo Ellen Dobkins, 3.20; Elsa Stalcup, 3.19; Carrie McClane, 3.18; Muhammad Mustafa, 3.16; Kathleen Stewart, 3.14; Cheryl Barclay, 3.12; Babette Fulwiderv 3.12; Rita Sharp, 3.12; Paula White, 3.12; Rosemary Bell, 3.09; Dorothy Young, 3.07; Larry Phelps, 3.06...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 February 1964

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 25, 1964 £A,q CLUB & CAMPUS FASHIONS BY 0. E. SCHOEFFLER, ESQUIRE'S Fashion Director By now you're back at the salt mines after the holidays—and quite likely in the mid-season doldrums! Your wardrobe's probably.in the doldrums, too—standing in the need of replenishment. Here are some suggestions for putting a little new life and color into that closet! 0 0 BREATHES THERE A MAN —with soul so dead he really thinks he's got enough sweaters? Well, if you're among the sweatered souls who are very much alive to the need, you might consider a camel hair (or camel Color) cardigan—guaran- teed to go-with-everything! Or you might like to turn turtle, in ooe of the new flat- knit (jersey-textured) sweaters with the popular oversize turtle neck. Or perhaps you'd prefer a bulky ski-type pullover pat- terned with Norwegian designs — great even if you never get nearer the slopes than the Student Union! Any ope of these would give you a lift! THE VESA'S T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 February 1964

Tuesday, February 25, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five 282 Students Named Barbara Andres, 3.71; ..Rita Kay Greiner, 3.71; Margaret Hearst, 3.73; Karen Pair, 3.63; Kenneth Sprinkle, 3.61; Russell Moxley, Jr., 3.60; Carol Ramsey, 3.60; Glenda Steel, 3.60; Dixie Calahan, 3.59; Judy Shaw, 3.57; Elaine Hanna, 3.49; Kathy Duncan, 3.40; Bettye Wright, 3.40; Rebecca Blakeway, 3.37; Mary Alice King, 3.37; Sher- ry Payne, 3.37; Ruby Pearce, 3.37: Dona Smith, 3.37; Wanda John- son, 3.36; Sherry Edwards, 3.35; and Sasan Johnston, 3.35. Michael Gibson, 3,33; Laurel Henry, 3.27; Raymorfd Brinson Jr., 3.25; Marilyn' Poe, 3.24; Elaine Blair,' 3.23; Mary Ann Bock, 3.21; Elaine King, 3.21; Patricia Meyers, 3.21; Jo Ellen Dobkinsp 3.20; Elsa Stnlcup, 3.19; Carrie McClai^e, 3.18? Muhammad Mustafa, 3.16; Kathleen Stewart, 3.14; Cheryl Barclay, 3.12; Babette Fulwider, 3.12; Rita Sharp, 3.12; Paula White, 3.12; Rosemary Bell, 3,09; Dorothy Young, 3.07; Larry Phelps, 3.06; Linda Worlow, 3.06; Sarah [Foreofiin &a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 February 1964

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 25, 1964 % Rams End Season Tonight HIGH-FLYING Larry Phelps (20) goes up to sink a layup against St. Edward's Saturday night as teammates and opponents stand with eyes glued on the ball. —Rambler Staff Photo Track Team Organizes; First Meet March 6 Shake, oOt your sweat suit and knock the mud off ygur cleats. Wednesday at 4 p.m. Coach Walter Langston will meet in the gym with all boys who are interested in being on the TWC varsity track team. The team now being formed will participate in Several track meets . * Seniors, Fish Win The Seniors bounced the Jun- iors, 86-52, and the Pish ran over the Sophs, 45-21, in last week's Monday Night League intramural basketball action. Jess Hall led the Senior attack with 22 points, followed by Carl Craft's 20, Larry Dortch's 19, and 10 apiece by Robert Wood and Bill Baker. Wayne Weems was the Junior's top man with 14 points. Gary Dalrymple collected 12, Bud- dy Marshall 11 and John Sharpe 10. Top scorers f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1964

m UBgAffij 'Bells Are Ringing Opens Thursday As Spring Musical in FA Auditorium TWC BUNNIES, Mary Davis, left, and Sue Bussey, dancers in.the forthcoming musical, "Bells Are Ringing," give a fair indication that the cast is in good shape. The kids sang until their throats felt torn, Mason Johnson dictated enough' notes to fill a 20 volume encyclopedia and Dr. Bellah sat in the orchestra pit and drumfned on the piano longer than any mara- thon pianist . . . Thursday night 8:15 in the fine arts auditorium the students and faculty of TWC will see the final production of all the hours of rehearsal when "Bells Are Ring- ing" opens as a Celebrity Series selection. The musical which first appeared on Broadway and has been pre- sented at Casa Manana stars TWC speech-drama majors Joy Garrett alfld Ronnie McCoy. The ientire cast is made up of TWC students and graduates. - In featured roles which are de- signed to be show stoppers are Marcia Pickard, John Garrison and Sargent Hill. Filled with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 3, 1964 "S^ Baa Baa, Black Sheep by Rosanne Harvey Bless their rickety old bones, here come the exes. From the year '03 to '63 they come limping and skipping back. They get all. gussied up to see. who is left of their peers and what the present group is coming to. At a glance they can see the present group is coming to assembly, coming to classes, com- ing to dances in dwindling num- bers, coming to celebrity series in more dwindling numbers . . . They may snatch up the Ram- bler iiPan attempt to catch up on the current dirge of" news. They will no doubt be delighted to see the musical is progressing, clubs, are having money raising projects, elementary school kiddies are sing- ing to us in assembly, ^Campus Sweethearts are being elected and ,j,the art department is having shows. Now the question is, will they be appalled to see expressions of editorial and oppinionated nature? Will the people over the country who also receive the Rambler fall bac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1964

-J 1st Tuesday, Anarch 3, 1964, THE RAMBLER Page Three 1 I I y no ly ot 1). or 10- o- ;ts Us is lis r'), a OS 'Iv- or ti- Lip Rotary Fellowships Open To TWC Men The Rotary Foundation Fellow- ship for International "Understand- ing provides information for the' applicant of the regular Rotary foundation fellowship. The Rotary foundation partici- pates in activities designed to fur- ther the understanding and friend- ly relations between the people of different nations. The regular Ro- tary Foundation Fellowships are awarded to your\g men for a year's graduate study abroad to provide them with the opportunity to in- terpret their home country within the country of study, and upon return home to foster ..an under- standing of their country of study. The Rotary Foundation Fellow has a dual role:« "ambassador of gogd will" and scholar. . rIW amount of me award is cal- culu^fld to cover the cost of trans- portation from the Fellow's home to the cify of study and return, registration and t...

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

Page Four THE RAMBL, ■ ?-> '■•■-'s J+ m&i £ • •• ■BH msm Tuesday, March 3, 1964 Rambler Reporter Finds Edgar Bergin Congenial by David Erskine career came with nn act on the We visited with a man last senior program in high school. Ber- Thursday nieht -who is well known, g&i thought that he would fan, so to radio audiences from the days he and Charlie insulted'- everyone when he and his woodenr,headed in the school. It was well-received friend v isited the nation's living and, because • of this, Bergen was rooms every Sunday evening. Their eventually passed in history. Chase and Sanborn show held a The vent quoted his teacher, number one audience rating for -The world doesn't need another over fiventy years. history teacher, but it netds a PUT DOWN THAT CAMERA and, grab a brush, there's scenery to be done . . . Art students from left, George Craft, Mary Davis and Chris Goebel, work on set flats and drops for "Bells Are Ringing." The art department, under the direction of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1964

a Tuesday, March 3, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five Texas Educator A Recollections' Filled With Color, Humor Editor's Note: Dr. L. H. Hubbard is a former chairman of the grad- uate division at Texas Wesleyan College and curriculum librarian. He currently lives in Georgetown, Texas. by Dr. William A. Ward Assistant to the President A splendid educational career spanning more than half a century is described interestingly, colorful- ly, and often humorously by Dr. L. II. WnhhairL«-rn Recollections of a Texas Educator. • Thousands of public school teachers and administrators throughout Texas .will enjoy Dr. Hubbard's autobiography which is being published by the Anson delegates Awarded At Convention Delegates from Texas Wesleyan College returned home Saturday from the Twelfth Annual Texas Convention of the Future Business , Leaders of America and Phi Beta Lambda, national business frater- nity, with several -awards. The con- vention was held last Friday and Saturday wat North Texas State Un...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1964

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday,'March 3, 1964 i m INTRAMURALS Win in Overtime Keeps Freshmen In First Place - The Fish escaped with a 78-77 overtime victory over the Juniors in a hard-fought Monday Night, League intramural basketball game last week. The victory push- ed the first-year men's record to 4-0 and secured their hold on first' place. The Seniors remained in hot pur- suit, however, by breezing to a 123-95 conquest of the Sophs in the week's other Monday night League contest. The Seniors thus improved their record to 3-1. A 75-75 deadlock existed after regulation time in the Fish-Junior battle. Jimmy Don Hardin scored a field goal and a free throw in the extra period to provide the Fish with the margin of victory. A two-pointer by Buddy Marshall was the Juniors' only overtime scoring. * "** Hardin finished his night's work with a fantastic total of 46 points to play the dominant role in the victory. Warren Hurst tallied 10 points for the Fish, Art Fowler had 7, and Mike Johnst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1964

JUDGE. GEORGE i WfciLtli LtBKAKl w i THE RAMBLER ^JexciA lAJedfeijan Catty FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962,1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1964 No. 18 Religion Chairman To Preside at Meet Of Biblical Society Dr. Alice Wonders, president of the Southwestern Section of the Society of epical Literature, will preside at the March 13-14 meet- ing at Baylor University in Waco. The entire division of religion •and philosophy at Texas Wesleyan College* will attend, Dr. Wonders is chairman of the division. They will also attend' the joint meeting of the American Academy of Religion on the Baylor campus. The programs will be held at Miller Chapel in the Tidw^Jl Bible Build- ing. At an Old Testament Seminar Friday evening, James A. Wharton of the Austin Presbyterian Theo- logical Seminary .> will discuss "Lamentation and Theophany." In a New Testament Seminar „ the same evening William R. Farm- er of the Perkins School of The- ology will lecture oh "'Is Mark a Second Ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 10, 1964 ^Jligher f^chu at ion — OL A men can UL, of What is the cost of higher education these days? Higher and higher and getting ever higher! In fact, if we may assume our own' college typical, the costs have risen almost 43 per cent in the past five years. This is not even taking into con- sideration such factors at TWC as the abolishment of the graduate program or tilts requirement of parking stickers. Both of these, changes have taken place within this same five- year period. It is an obvious, undeniable fact that the overall cost of living has been steadily rising during this time, but it is an equally obvious, undeniable fact that it hasn't risen anywhere near 43 per cent. If it had, some of us would now be paying Cadillac prices for Ford Falcons. The rest of us would probably be walking. It would seem that if a student is not to be affected by new catalogue requirements of an academic nature after he has once enrolled in an institution of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1964

V*J> c Tuesday, March 10, 1964 THE RAMBLER X. page F ive I his Hu- ron a |th- 118 pad |es. a ■ro- |>on in ler, per Iri- Jid- |nd ■e- l'a lie li- st St Ir bf fto ly r ■ w Students Hear Pending Legislation At Commerce Aircade in Dallas More than 50 high school and area college students, along with at least 50 Fort Worth Chamber of Comn^ce' members, attended the eighni annual Aircade for Citizenship Action at the Shera- ton-Dallas Hotel last Friday even- ing. The Aircade's purpose was to put sharp focus on the pending legislation of vital importance to business and the Chambers' busi- nessmen. The panelists were led by Edwin P. Neilan, of Wilmington, Del., president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, who originated the Air- cade in 1957. They took stands on current issues such as urrPmploy- ment, education, medicare and the Johnson budget. According to the panel, the re- cently enacted tax cut will -help the general economy, but will not do as much for the unemployment problem as m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1964

r£— Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 10, 1964 i Ram Golfers Nab 10th Spot in Border Tourney PETE BROWN IRVIN RUE BUDDY GRAHAM Texas Wesleyan's golfers, along with the links teams of more than a dozen other colleges and uni- versities, took a back seat to the University of,Hou<fton in last week- end's Border Olympics Golf Tour- nament at Laredo. The potent Houston squad, with its four top men finishing in the first four positions in the indi- vidual medal race, made a sham- bles of the other teams' champion- ship aspirations by waltzing to a 57-stroke victory. Although TWC finished 10th in third with 1,200, Texas Tech fourtJ.i with 1,202, Baylor fifth at 1,219, Texas A&M sixth with 1,220, Odes- sa College seventh with 1,224, TCU eighth with 1,227, Lanjjtir Tech ninth with 1,228, and TWC 10th with 1,238; Charles Meisner led Coach O. D, Bounds' shooters with a total of 298. Other TWC scores were 312 for Jerry Searcy, 314 by both Tommy Wrinkle and Mike Martin, 330 for Roy Hill...

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