ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Rambler, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 617 items from Rambler, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
617 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 March 1964

JUDGE GECRCE V TEXAS m ' ^ t' LIBRA fQi mm'* THE RAMBLER Code, FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 s —19 1"JexaA lAJesieyan ^oueye VOLUME 3' r FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1964 No. 19 communique by Jeremy walker Last week-end was a busy period for members of the Student Sen- ate. j|bursday afternoon five of us journeyed to Austin for the annual Texas Intercollegiate Student As- sociation convention. Included in the delegation from Texas Wesley- an College were Ann Jennings, Wavian West, Richard Martin, and SWlHaEalle. The convention was a success for both TISA and TWC. Tha Texas Wesleyan delegates distinguished themselves by their successful campaign to make TWC the host School for the upcoming Student Body Presidents and Edi- tors Conference. The dates for this very important gathering, as well as the general theme and list of speakers, will be published in short order. The fact that TWC was chosen for this conference is indicative of the position of leadership that the ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 March 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday,-•^MarCh 17, 1964 ZLt S cries CMriti eS SLJdK Students ' Ch owe A medal of honor for outstanding courage should be bestowed upap freshman senator Danny McCoy for the letter which he fearlessly wrote in the last issue of the Rambler. Courage to stand up for what is right, even though some "superior" power, such as the Student Senate, is against it, is a trait which should be highly commended. Finally the real facts about this so-called "Celebrity" Series have been brought out, and finally", the students of TWC, and not just the "Almighty" Senate, are able to stand up for their rights. It seems that the Student Senate was begun with tffb ideal of giving the students themselves a say-so in what wasfgoing. on at the school. Now, however, the Stud'ei^Semrte is being run by a few students, wjio seem to have- entirely^4iffgj'jijut ideas from the rest of the student body, at leasjj on the matters of fish initiation andPthe Celebrity Series, and who have begun to...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 March 1964

t Tuesday, March 1?,-1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three >1 'Man In Middle' — Latest Robert M itchum Triumph - , , y by Sargent Hill Nenowned for his rugged screen portrayals, Robert Mitchum has one of the most challenging role of his career in Man in the Middle, which opens Thursday at tlie Worth Theatre. Mitchum was born in Bridgeport, ■Conn. His father died when he vva,s 18 months old. His mother went into the newspaper business, re- married and later took him and his older sister, Julie, to New York to live. A restless A'outh, he decided to travel at the age of 16 and went to California. On his return his Dorothy Mc&uire. After that his pictures got . bigger and his roles cot better. He can list as leading ladies Olivia de Havilland, Janet" l-eigh, Jane Russell, the late Mari- l,yn Monroe, Rita Hay-worth. Debo- •ih Kerr and Shirley MacLaine. Mitchum claims that his role in Man in the Middle was his most difficult in 22 years of film act- ing. The schedule called foi* him to work ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 March 1964

& r Page Four THE CLUB NEWS R A M B t E R $— Tuesday, March 17, 1964 Tues< Dr, Greenlee Speaks to BSU % SERIOUS SUBJECT is the topic of discussion in this scene from Clecpafrn, opening Thursday at the Ridglea Theatre. Rex Harrison stars as Julius Caesar and Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra. The multi-million dollar spectacle has been nominated for multi- Academy Awards too. The Thursday opening marks the first run in Fort Worth qt popular pricej. ^ DATELINE... TWC TuestJa^, March 17 Mid-semester examinations Wednesday. March 18 12:00 noon, BSU 6:30 p.m., MSM Mid-semester examinations Thursday, March 1" 5:30 p.m., WSQ Midrsemes I er examinat ions Friday, March 20 Autiss Work Night Senior Recital Mid-semester examinations Saturday, March 21 DD-EA Easter Eg? Hunt DD-EA Party Band Clinic APO Social Mid-semester examinations Monday, March 23 K-W !)., Deka 7 .70 " m. SE \ Dr. William P. Greenlee will lie the speaker in Wednesday's Noon Luncheon program at the BSU. Dr. Greenlee is refe...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 March 1964

► >>T ■Tuesday, March 17^1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five A BLOOD FEUD between Arab tribes is in the making, and Arab chieftain Anthony Quinn, right, waits to see how Peter OfToole as Lawrence will handle the situation. It's a scene froiri the Sam Spiegel-David Lean production, Lawrence of Arabia, now showing, at the Palace Theatre. The picture' won 7 Academy Awards including "best picture.'^AIso starred in the Columbia release are Alec Guinness, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Artthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kenr^dy and Omar Sharif. SEA Wins Awards At State Convention The March meeting of the Stu- dent Education Association will be held Monday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 32 of the administra- tion building. Jonna Rhodes will have charge of the program on "The Gifted Child." At the Texas Student Education Association State Convention held in Houston the last part of Febru- ary, Texas Wesleyan College's chapter was included in the twen- ty chapters, out of 63 participat- ing. tha...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 March 1964

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 17, 1964 .jr ar ) TWC to Compete In Texas.Relays By Bill Ramsey Rambler Sports Editor Texas Wesleya n* up-and-coming track program received a welcome shot in the arm last week when Coach Walter Langston announced othat the college has been invited to enter a mile relay team in the 37th annual Texas Relays. The prestige-steeped track car- nival, sponsored annually by the University of Texas, will be held in Austin on Friday and Saturday, April S-4. .•Meet officials decided to add a mile relay event for small church- supported colleges this year, and TWC was one of eight invited To — are wide open. "If there is any- body who is interested in partici- pating in track this y.ear, they should talk with me immediately," the coach pointed out. "They must get started soon if they are to have any chance of getting in con- dition, winning top spots on the team, or earning a letter." The coach said he is particularly in need of sprinters and two-mile runners...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 March 1964

X MtU, w THE RAMBLER 1"JexaA lAJeifeycin (^.odieqe FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1964 No. 20 communique by jeremy walker ° In the current controversy over Celebrity Series, the specific de- tails of the issue have tended to pale into insignificance in the light of the vast misconceptions and mis- information with which the stu- dent body has become saturated. The fact that a student Sena- tor can perpetuate a rumor deal- ing with th^^Dlfltion of students' rights by l^^^rovrinistHtion; that an editorial writer can speak in "terms of tHeo' few students" who are running'the Student Senate; t hat a large segment of .the stu-; dent"t>ody can become incensed over these errors without ever in- vestigating the truth in thej mat- ter, seems to indicate a definite flaw in the reasoning level of our campus inhabitants. „ Ipdeed, the administration does" not control the Celebrity Series. Neither has the democratic pro- cess been abolish...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 March 1964

Page Two ^ THE RAMBLER delinquent deeds Prevail Letter to f „ Dear Editor, a. s\ fjf\ vO It rubs one raw to see conclu- | [I / / /• •/ / sions arrived at through invalid /i ^Jrntelliaent L. ampus reasoning. On a college campus Q ' — t people who are trying to get things Why must the foolish mistakes of'others punish innocent^1'>ne ahout sut'h Questions as the bv-standers? Celebrity Series are set back by an expression of emotion (that be- This question now seems to loom over the campus as longs in the «popcorn emporium") several-histosy.classes of a certain teacher are having to take wit^out anv thought. a new and their mid-semester tests over because of the childish doings revitalizing* thought is appreciated; of a few people in their classes. These few people, who are illogical notions"and feelings ex- dorm students, sofnehow or some way got their hands on a few pre^sed wOWut background are copies of the test to be given and passed them, around to not others. The sub^t of this ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 March 1964

Tuesday, March 24, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three ed le ed le n- ie lil- a- |lr. ns K ie ;ic le. In. li- tis |i le he •y k lit, er I'k It- lie i, a jig rcl In. lid Celebrity Series Creates Comment, Criticism A Statement of Polity Fr"".,.,'e..choim!™ A Statement of Opinion by Jeremy Walker Student Association President The Project '64 Committee has ha*d the opportunity to do exten- $5000 — approximately $1000°more sjve investigation of our Celebrity" than our entire yearly budget. In Series program through the ques- ordcr to break even, it would be tionnaire and discussion of the _ . , ... . , necessary to sell five hundred tio program with "administration and Celebrity Series was established kets which in tul.n woui(i necessi- students. A few basic thStfghts, by popular vote of. the Student tate renting a larger auditorium 0ften overlooked, would seem to Association in the Spring of 1961. — another expense making neces- stand out. The purpose of the ser s was to sary the sale of that m...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 March 1964

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 24, 1964 Tud ro-Tew Speaks ?Young Demos i^' Piv,.Tmii nrniivf^ ctjn-tpH ill Fr\rt Wnr Fort Worth Mayo^ Pro-Terh projects started in Fort Worth. Willard «Barfl was guest speaker at Therefore, Fort Worth has lagged ! a luncheon meeting of the TWC behind in attracting industry est- Young Democrats last Thursday. Barr brought the club and visi- tors information on the bond elec- tion for the proposed downtown convention center and the Arling- ton sports arena. He stressed the positive influ- ence the convention center will have on Fort Worth's economy. He also outlined the estimated cost— $16Va million' — as compared to tlie estimated revenue it will bring in. Since Amon Carter Sr.'s dea,WO Barr pointed out, there has beerj[ no centralized power for getting ADDRESSING a group of Young Democrats at TWC is Mayor Pro-Tem Willard Barr in Dora Roberts Dining Hall. He spoke on the proposed convention cen- ter and urged the students' sup- port. He outlined ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 March 1964

Tuesday, March 24, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five I Baa Baa, Black Sheep A DRAMATIC SCENE from "How the West Was W#n," Theatre. which begins Wednesday at the Hollywood Blond Angie Dickinson Signs Contract, Rushes into One of Seasons Top Roles ■ by Sargent Hill AJ1 Hollywood perked up its ears when a gifted young player signed her name to, a major studlb „ term contract, rind immediately was assigned a starring role. The actress-was Angie'Dickinson, sultry blond. The film company was Universal. And the paper she signed was* a long-term pact for the use of her impressive talents over the next seven years. Almost before the ink had dried, she was rushed before the color cameras for one of the season's top roles — the feminine lead op- posite Academy Awafd winner Gre- gory Peck and Tony Curtis in the comedy-drama, Captain Newman, M.D., based on the best-selling the fact that it marked one of the first such contracts in many years, most major companies-'' having ftdopted aS^oliey of paring d...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 March 1964

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 24, 1964 Wesleyan Golfers Give Lessons on How to Blow A Match Without Trying > In baseball, the game is never over until the last man -is out. Likewise, in golf, the match is never over until the 'last hole is played. Texas Wesleyan's golfers got a distasteful lesson about the accur- acy of the latter declaration in last Thursday's match with North Tex- as State at the Meadowbrook course. - The Rams blew a 7-2 lead when four golfers three-putted the 18th green, and the North Texans walk- ed away with a shaky 5-4 yicfory in the non-conftw«nee match'.' The straw that broke the camel's back was almost enough to cause TWC Slates Bridge, 42 Tournament ■ Would" you like the chance to prove you're the bridge or "42" champion, of TWC? You will be given an opportunity to do so in a few days. A combination bridge-"42" tour- nament will be sponsored jointly by the Women's Recreation Asso- ciation and the Men's Intramural Council in the Boaz Student Cen- t...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

Lj BRASS >r THE RAMBLER V ^JexaS XiJedfeyan doMeqe FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962;, 1963 a VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1964 No. 20 Students Vie for 'Association' Posts; communique by jeremy walker This week will see TWC students involved in two very commendable "outward-looking" projects. The first is the Lab Band's fourth annual Jazz College to be presented this Saturday night at 8:15 in the Boaz Student Center. The proceeds from this show will go to the World University Service, a most elective student-sponsored organization for the betterment of students all 'c/v'er the world. Tickets can - be purchased for $1.00 from members of the Senate WUS committee, headed by Danny McCoy. For a most entertaining evening of good jazz, and the knowlege that he has helped a worthy cause, every student is urged to attend Jazz College. On the local scene, help from college students is being sought by the backers of the mueh-pub- licized Tarrant County Convention Center apd ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER <*l Tuesday, April 7, 19fr4 Presidential Platforms For Campus Leader JOE FARLEY The last two months have seen an unprecedented student interest in student affairs that has pro- ceeded in spite of the confusion and faulty communication which have surrounded the various issues. These campus issues have helped to point out three areas of im- mediate concern and importance to the TWC student: Student Rights The Student Senate was organ- ized to represent and work for the wants and rights of the student body. Too often we have turned over various student rights and responsibilities to the faculty or administration by default — simp- ly because we did not take the ini- tiative to do something. We cannot continue to sit passively back and let other groups caWy our share of the.load. We as a student body, and by means of an effective stu- dent government,- must constantly strive to maintain and enhance our student rights and responsibi- lities. Effective Student Gove...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

Tuesday, April 7/t> 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three to he ke en ip- ?k- )St .S. ty- ry °a >ic ne ns as st lis m he d, le >n t- s- e. i- d lis The Desk Set' Slated For Spring Production "All the world's a stage . ... . And, once again the world of drama comes to the Texas Wes- leyan stage — this time in the form of "The Desk Set." The TW Players spring production under the direction.^of Mason Johnson will he presented in the Fine Arts Auditorium, Friday, April 24, and Saturday, April 25, at 8:15 p.m. In the role of Bunny Watson will be Susie Ford, a senior speech- drama major from Mart, Texas. Miss Ford is a member of TW Players and vice president, of Al- pha Psi Omega, national drama fraternity. She is also a member of Entre Amis. Taking the role of the efficiency expert, Richard Sumner will be Ronnie McCoy. Abe Cu^er, the* company vice president, will be played by Mike Wood. The three girls of the reference department will be played by Jeri Boulware as Peg Costello; Sue Bussey...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 7, 1964 LETTERS... LETTERS ... LETTERS..:LETTERS... LETTERS Dear Editor: The comments that I proffer herein are in reference to the ar- ticle "Higher Education — The American Way of Debt appearing on March 10, 19G4 in Texas Wes- leyan College's The Rambler. The author, James Moody, is bemoan- ing the increasing increments of income necessary to initiate and sustain a venture into higher ed- ucation, as well he might. He speci- fically cites inflation as the cause of the augmented financial burden of a college or university educa- tion. o There are three general observa- tions abotlt inflation that "are per- tinent here: 1.) Inflation changes the distribution of real income; 2.) Inflation alters the distribution of wealth; and 3.* The government has the power to regulate inflation. Additionally, implicit in this dis- cusSton are several assumptions re inflation; viz. a small amount of inflation is' unavoidable and not necessarily disadvantageous, ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

$ 64 Tuesday; April 7, 1964 THE RAMBLER ed es, L'S- ho >re us ce ad its :ev >n- ms he ut d, al ce lis le n"„ mt le? a ng te- illy LETTERS. LETTERS Page Fiva (Continued from Page 4) drawing and story for the news- paper, posters strategically placed, . the easles t.o place them on, lobby decor, announcements for assem- I , ' bly, and wjhen ft he first Thursday falls right, a wild attention skit for the short assembly. Volunteer help in this area is needed if more publicity is to be produced. You see',' David, we too are try- ing to fight the "muddy pool of conformity and tradition" not by showing the same films and imi- tating another school or organi- zation but by creating our own image within the botimds of a 1500 student campus that,, operates on a Methodist affiliated, basis; one beswamped by myi'iad activities, an impossible school calendar, hav- « ing but one auditorium in. con- stant use with scattered equip- ment, and a lingering apathy in spirit amorfe a good portion ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

Page Six T HE RAMBLER Tuesday, April, 7,. 1964 U.of Seven Seas Has Unique Setting Add a little spice to your school- *"—"Enroll for the University of .. the Seven Seas. College aboard the M. S. Seven Seas. The M. S. Seven Seas, according to a brochure, has recently been modified to serve as a university, has classroom facilities, labora- tories, library, air conditioned areas, dining room, and theatre and excellent recreational facili- ties. The fall semester includes 108 days beginning October 19, 1964, with the strategic emphasis on the Mediterranean — South East Asia. ) The spring semester begins Feb- ruary 11, and includes 117 days with the major emphasis placed on Southeast Asia — Africa — Latin America. Academic courses in creative arts, human management, ifflysical resources, and human resources are offered emphasizing both modern and classical ^tudies of the Medi- terranean, Southeast Asia, and Latih America. The university is dedicated to the study of man, his spiritual out...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

Tuesday, April 7, 1*?64 THE RAMBLER Baa Baa, Black Sheep Page Seven CLUBS by Rosanne Harvey Rally round the^jallot box, boys, that great American institution, The Vote, is in your hands again this Thursday. And this Thursday, the students' vote will decide more than who has the cheesiest smile or can sit a horse best . . . This is the really big one that deter- mines a lot more than a chance for an 8 x 10 spread in the annual. If the student body goes into this election with no more regard for choosing the Student Associa- tion leaders for next year than they would for chosing Miss In- tramural Hanky-panky, they are pro^|ituting their right td 'choose their own leaders. And if the student body goes into> this election attaching an un- favorable connotation to things denoted "intellectual," the pur-, pose of education is being defeat- ed. It is hard to conceive of a -stnrtent body — a college student body — that dares people to as- sociate them with intellectualism and rebels agai...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 1964

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 7, 1964 iiiw* A HEFTY SWING is unleashed by Delbert McAmis in intramural Softball, the sport currently in the spotlight at TWC. —Rambler Staff Photo Brown, Graham, Phelps Win Awards at Banquet Basketball Lettermen Announced This season's nine basketball lettermen were announced by Coach Elmer Hanebutt at last Thursday night's annual athletic- awards banquet at Dora Roberts Hall. , The numeral Winners were sen- iors Don Bates, Pete'Brown and Buddy Graham; junior Irvin Rue; and sophs Bob Merder, Larry Phelps, Marvin Picha, David Web- er and Don Willis. Victor Powell, the basketball team's trainer, also was a letterman. Other members of the team Hubbard Free Throw Award bv TWC registrar Harry ^W~"Njee, act- ing in behaJTof Di'aL. H. ipbbard, and also was presented the Soprts- manship Award by Dean Sayles, director of the TWC band. Phelps was given the Qjarl Schra- der Scholarship Award by Carl Schrader, instructor of German at TWC. Brown and Weber ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x