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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1952

Friday February 8 1952. The WAR WHOOP Page 3 ;BBBBBBBi 'LBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBX MKN'S CMJB RKPRKSKNTATIVKS Above arc represen- tatives of McMurry men's social clubs. I.eft to right Ko Sari president Bill Schooler; Kiva prexy Frank Knopp IHR chief Pat Patterson and Paul McCarty representing Scnatus Ro- manus in the absence of president Gene Ferrell. All clubs except IHR begin rush season next week. VERY CONFUSED Phineas Set Straight On Men's Social Clubs hy Wayne Daniel Phineas Phreshman scanned the bulletin board in the lobby of the dorm but his thoughts were miles away. He was puzzled about a lot of talk he had been hearing and the more he thought of it the more puzzled he got. Ho shuffled upstairs to his room where his roommate was pounding out zoology notes on his Smith-t'orona. Phineas Hat on the bed and leaned his head against the wall. Finally he said "Roomie If you were me and I got a hid to pledge a social rluh whlrh one would you pledge?" Roomie stopped typing. "Well" he said...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1952

Page 4 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP 7& TUmf VeaeU 70UI ?k?Uh1 TU loo? A tired King Gem 4c VI ol Englnnd passed Wednesday And more than hall the globe loweted lUgs in respect to the man who mled the Kiitish Rmpne 15 ycais Albert Frederick Aithui Gooikc was handed the thione against his will in 1936 u.'cn his two-yeai oldei biothoi the Duke of Windsor abdi- cated to many an Amuitan woman It was this Buton who I icn set himself to his task and developed into the steady kind of 1 u ei that England loves It was not an easy decade and a half George saw his coun- tiy go into wai three caf- aftei he accepted the reins and he v.u. foiccd to live undeigiound after the Royal Castle was bombed level The ycais lollowing the conflict failed to cuib the tin moil the Empiic bogan to lose prestige and prosperity as Winston Chut chill was ousted by the labor government And this week Butish subjects best expressed George VI's icign b simply saying "He was a good man " The death of the king brings about...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1952

Tribe Pitted Against A&l Howard Payne in TC Contests TO KINGSVILLK T. D. Hamilton 6'2" forward is among Indian baskteers at Texas A&I for games tonight and tomor- row. Hamilton a two-year letterman is the mainstay of Coach Mel .lowell's reserve strength. Delta Beta Meets TIP Cagers Thursday One game is on tab in women's intramurals this week as Delti Beta meets TIP Thursday nigh' at 6:30. In the only game played last week the President Navajos buried the Town-Boyee team by a score of 32-6. Evelyn West led the Nava- jo attack scoring 24 points. Quarter-finals In the badminton tournament begin next week with Butchee Gibson Edlngton Fran- cis Crlder Hinds Green and Rid- dle scheduled to play. Six Men's Volleyball Tilts Next Week Six games will be played in men's intramural volleyball next week. After many false alarms the games got started Wednesday night as Klva met Ko Saii and Forum played the Fish. K Next week's schedule: Wednes- day Kiva vs. IHR Fish vs. Sophs Ko Sari vs. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday February 8 1952. Weekly Devotional A PHILOSOPHY IS IMPORTANT "For unto cvcrv one thnt hith Hlull he qivc'1 mid he shill have l) inrtinie but ft inn him th it hnth iml sh ill he t (km iiwiiv im thnt whli h he Inth" Mntt 2ft 29 l) oii have II pllllomiph.v of lili wherenv nu govern nur actions? Dlil vnu ever Mt np to think that unjoin- who has animintcd In much In life has nut nil mnlntalniMl hut iiIhii HmiI a RfiU plillnsitpliv of llfr. Thej h.nc set a pattern that we our- selves w mill like tn tllspla.v In our liven. Wi all should have n guiding fine in our lives whl"n will help us build i hanctet Without n phil- osophy of life we wander about neet nt i omplishing n n t h i n g wotthwhilc One optimistic fninier put It this w iv "Auept things as they are and do not fight against nature" If it doesn't nln incept thit and do the nest you nn under the i in unistaui es lnnl help us to see oin purpose in life and help us lie so as to aicomplish that purpose Morr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1952

H9K9 the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday February 15 1952. Number 18 McMurry Film Society Opens Spring Series With Tophat' "THIS LITTLK GAIM1KT" Bcwhiskcred Keith Grcathouso is pictured showing James Plumlee Tommy Burrows and Luther Walker how to run one of the movie projectors used by the McMurry Film Society every Tuesday night in the Student Center. These four along with Virginia Goodrich and Loyal Sparks are in charge of the weekly film series. 'Hansel & Gretel' Sets Shaping Up for Feb. 28 A woodcutter's house n forest of dumps and a ginget bread witches' house place the scenes of McMurry Theatre's pioduction of "Hansel and Gretel" in the Student Center Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. Contruction oi sets has been Another Homecoming Here Already? Students thought they were view- ing a reincarnation of McMurry's Indlanized Homecoming them e when they awoke to see a circle of tents on the Reservation Satur- day morning. Sure enough out on the block north of the Stu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1952

Page 2 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Sr(2AmmUfaKJ&n& Story Just about the tfieilust publicicd book ovoi wuttcn on the simple between Communism and Fieodom was lulciscd last woo. .is a senal in the Satutday Evening Post Wlultnkei L iiril)ois own stoiy ol the Aljici Hiss case Tlit Post tvidcnth thought thc had something in Cham- Wc i s Witness' because they paid 75 000 foi set lal i ihls to Hip book which will urn in ten installments 50 000 woids I io longest (onsccutivo smil in the magazines histoij The book itself will be issued in Maj and is already a Book of the Tlonlh selection Not ghost -w i itei mateml the ' Witness ' was penned soleh bv foimci Commie Chambeis who was once a senioi cditoi ol Time Chambeis opened the fust installment last week in Post with i quite-touching lcttci to his teen-aged son and dauhtci who did not know then fathei had been a Communist couiiei until he sent Hiss up the nvei foi peijuiy in 1950 Demociacy will be inteiested in wlnt piompted Chimbcis to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1952

SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Ko Sari Kiva Spring Term KO SAKI Ko Sill's ptlug somostoi snink- ii xx is hold Wedm sil ix night in the Windsoi Hotel mil Schooler xx doomed guests imil presented T. II. Ilnnilliin no master id i crcmunli's fur Ihr program. Hob Kpps .1 nnos Uttloptgo mil lim Munis piesculid tholt xeision ol "Duk Town Poket Club' .uul Himiltnn xxas fo.ituiod in a com- odv routine flu Book pi nod a iophono solo iccompiuicd bx Wnxne Daniel on the puno Pio and cotl to xxoio seixed as lofteshments (nests Invited xxere: lumcs Klrbx Richiird Deals Bert Vf- flrek Don Kitxxland .llm loxxcll Otis RntlllT .lack C'htilih Jim Bales Clifford Hall Kenneth Rogers Din Id Stephens Tnnnn.x D & I ( 1 1 AMI RS 3.M9 S. MIL Si. Right -Way Laundry BEN H. GRAY Manager "You Can'' Go Wrong the Right-IT'ity" 609 Oak Street Abilene Texas J. R. Fielder 0. D. Dillingham FIELDER-DILLINGHAM LUMBER COMPANY Cook's Paints & Varnishes Wallpaper Doors Windows Moulding Insulation Dial 4-8171 Abilene Texas Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 February 1952

Cagers Test Austin Tonight Challenge Wayland Tuesday Page 4 SPORTS TIic WAR WHOOP 4 GAMES REMAIN Jowell Sacks 36; Runs Total to 455 Push .shot expeit Call .lowoll came within .1 points of breaking tlie conference lecord for points scored in 11 hingle game In a con- ference clash with the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets on Tuesday night. The leading m-nrer of the Te- ns ('(inference Jim ell rammed hit total to a high of 455 points In the conference tilt which netted htm 8fl wilnt. UN amaz- ing performance ran his game average to Iff pulnts mt game. With four games left In the Mc- Murry schedule .low ell's total should be well over 500 points at the season's end. Jowell broke his own record for points scored in a single game dur- ing the current season. In the pre- vious game with Howard Payne he set this record at .11 points. The conference record that he came no near to breaking was set In 1040 by a McMurry eager llershel Klmhrell. Klmhrell who graduated In 1950 set the con- ference rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1952

Theatre Stages 'Hansel & Gretel' McMurry Thcn.trc'8 produc- tion of "Hansel and Gretel" a portrayal of the famous children's fairy tale is sched- uled for Feb. 28 at 8:45 p.m. in the Radford Memorial Stu- dent Life Center and on the stage will be a candy house with a iwppermint roof and ginger bread trimmings as well as a witch who can really fly. Abilene lunlnr Service league In Kiontor of thin production HANSKL & GRETKL LEADS Patti Jones and James Plum- lee will play the title roles in the McMurry Theatre's produc- tion of "Hansel and Gretel" on the Radford Memorial Student Center stage Thursday at 8:45 p.m. Deputation Teams Trek to Ira Rogers Deputation teams will go to It a and Rogers this Sunday and will be in charge of regular morning and evening church services. The group going to Ira includes Leon Martin pastor of the church; Dick Fleming who will preside over the service; Oby McGlaun who will give the sermon; and Jean Henson who will speak to the MYF group. Billy Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1952

Kl'SH DAY Monday was women's social club Rush Day on the Reservation as this panel of four scenes reflects. LKFT: Mrs. Phil E. Chappell dean of women distributes bids as various moods of acini expression are seen. LEFT CENTER: a group Seventy-five Become Pledges Of Six Campus Social Clubs Reservation life will see one of the "healthiest" social club pledge periods of history this semester as the season opens on 75 slurier.U pledging throe women's an! three men's club; including 37 women and 38 men. DELTA BETA Eleven girls will pledge Delt'i Hctn Epsilon junior the colors of groin gold and white. Mrs. Kuth Sell (ol'or is the club sponsor and the pledges me Mildred Akens M iry Lou Anderson. Hose Brady Hettie Foster Buhnr.i JocheU. P.itsy Huth Green Jo Johnson. Wtllotta Hill. Hope Medina Vedi Mae Kiker and Gaynell Cleekler. UAMMA SIGMA Gamma Sigma accepted IB pledges fur Ihls semeHter. Under Hie HpniiHiirHhlp of Miss Beth Myatt the pledges are: 1'attl limes. Mil) belle I'emlier Iaiu le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1952

Friday February 22 1952 The WAR WHOOP Page 3 'Barn Party' Givtn Rushtts by TIP Amid old wagon wheels bales of hay and miniature cowboys TIP held Its barn party for the rushees last Friday night in the Kalr Park arena barn. Anne Clark president wel- comed the guptH and Intro- dured the nponsor and members of the club. The program presented by the club members was a hillbilly ra- dio show with Miss Clark serving as master of ceremonies. A trio consisting of Frankle Mueller Sarah Wldmer and Jane Ann Steen sang two cowboy selec- tions. DeAun Sisson Imitated Min- nie Pearl. Iris Kendall and Norma Balrd did a Charleston and a tap routine was given by Marian Pe- chacek. Concluding the program was a skit "Mortimer the Dog-Kaeed Boy" given by Virginia Rogers. Susie Huff and Miss Balrd. Following the program a chuck wagon supper was served. As the guests and members left the building they gathered around a large burning sign forming the letters TIP and sang their friend- ship song. Social Dir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1952

Page 4 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Friday February 22 1952 fftjjfa Rockover Delivers Layman's Message At Aldersgate Church Dr. Andrew C. Rockovcr heart of the business ndmtntstiattnn de- partment will speik In Aldersgate Methodist Church Sunday In con- nection with annual Layman's Day. Rockover's subject will be "The Church Builds for n Ktee World." the War Whoop Filtered at tecond clan matter Augutt 27 1923 at the Pott Office at Abilene Tenat undet Act ol Match 3 1879 Published weekly duting the tchool year Sep- tember ihiough May encept for ttated vacation penodt by the ttudentt of McMurry College. Abilene Tetut The WAR WHOOP It a member of the Teat Intercollegiate Piett Attoclatlon and the At tociated Collegiate Prett Subscription Puce SI Per Year 220 tywu Otd locUy If 220-year old George Washington could return to these United States today he would be astounded and baffled by the thousands of changes that have come over the "Colonies" since he walked here but it is doubtful that he ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1952

INDIANS TEST WILDCATS Redman Visits Lair Tonight; Plays Host to Cats Thursday Cross-town rivalry flares again when the Indians and Wildcats tangle in the forthcoming week in a couple of tilts that might well decide the outcome of the Texas Conference. Tonight will tlnd the Indian warriors traveling across town to the campus of ACC whore they will engage in the first game of the season between the ancient rivals. Coach "Bugs" Morris' Wildcats should provide about equal competition for the Hodmen ACC not having a letterman over 6'3". From last year's team they brought back six regulars losing only two players. As for the season standings they wound up with a three-way tie with McMurry and Howard Payne. As for other statistics of the past McMurry has taken only 7 games to the Wildcats' 31 in the series. Thin Hmt of a two-game Hched- uli' should go a long w.y toward deriding the outcome of the Te- ut Confcronrp. Although any- thing might happen ACC Mill lie trying to knock the Indians o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 February 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday February 22 1952 TC ROUNDUP Indians Jackets Lead Conference As the Texas Conference nice comes ti close. Howard Payne and McMnrry Ilnd themselves sharing the conference lend Both the Yellow Jackets and Indinns have a 4-2 win-loss record while Abilene Christian Is close behind with n .1-2 standing. Both of the leading teams won two con- ference games last week. McMurry took Howard Payne 66-74 and slipped by the former conference letders Austin College by a score of IS-.V2 The Yellow .tickets sw imped the .1 ivellnns of A&I bv a total of 105-57 and then diopped Abilene Christian 70-83 you're unhappy because you don't own a modern new movie camera . . . LOOK! We will arrange very convenient terms a small down payment OR give you a liberal allowance on your old still or movie ramerol SftgWgtan. win.rfca 1134 N. Jnd Phon 20712 ff ft f KK eKT mmtffSki BJr ggijlgggggggggl PROFESSION MUSIC; HOItBY VARIETY "Always a doer not a collector" is the philosophy of D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 February 1952

My rla Holcomb LeavesTuesday For Kappa Delta Pi Convention It's "up next to the North Pole" for Myrla Holcomb Tuesday. MIhh Holcomb Junior student from Qtianah will represent Mc- Murry at a national meeting of Kappa Delta PI education ho- OFF TO MICHIGAN Dr. Andrew Hunt and Myrla Holcomb are busy this week making plans for Miss Holcomb's trip to the National Kappa Delta Pi Convocation which will be held March 6-8 in East Lansing Mich. Miss Holcomb elected president of McMurry's chapter for next year will leave Tuesday. WAR WHOOP Volume XXDC McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday February 29 1952 Number 20 ! Sam Burns Tosses Hat1 Into State Rep. Ring "Footprints in the sands of time are not made by a person sitting down." That's the campaign motto of Sam Burns McMurry senior of Lamesa who has announced his candidacy for the office of State Representative for the 99th Dis- trict consisting of Lynn Daw- son Qaines and Andrews coun- ties. If elected and he feels he has a good chance Burns...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 February 1952

I Page 2 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP 9th Delta Beta Banquet Attracts Seventy-Five About "fi membets pledges exes find giiists of Delta Beta KpMlnn assembled In the billinom of Uip Hotpl W)"lpn S.itnrdny for thpii ninth nnnunl banquet The Mimic "Dreamland" wan carried mil in hadcs of pink and lacnder decoration. A glittered transparent drape tnrmrri the harkgrmind for an abstract tree and fminliiln which was the net- ting fur the program entitled "A Dream." N Until colnicd leitlu-i stud boxes with Hip ilub's in mo lettered In gold wpip pi 'fcnlpd thr guests us f ivurs Spnior rlnb mcmbeis were given whitp lpathpi jewel boxps with the club nunc letteiul also in gold The six scnlois prosonted Rifts wpip: Jan Black Barhira Doug- lss Jp.iiuip Unrue Bonnie Mc- Donild Kirlene Hondiickson and Jodv Dunlap Dr. Roland T. Schacfcr. gao I ho Invocation followed b the welcome Irom thr club president I'pRK Whltson. Response was given b AiuIIp Mprrpll nn c- memher of itpltu llita. Attending tho baiiqiiot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 February 1952

Friday February 20 1052 The WAR WHOOP Page 3 p KVftl iCdkr W3r rj J PASSK8 0()th MILESTONE Dr. J. T. Griswo'd stalwart supporter of McMurry celebrated his 90th birthday Tuesday. Here we see Dick Richcy student council president presenting him with a bouquet of carnations on behalf of the student body while S. M. Jay former chairman of the Board of Trustees looks on. Dr. Griswold Long-Time Friend Of McM Passes 90th Birthday Dr. J. T. GrtsA'ohl long-time patron of McMurry College and fatuous Wchl Texas Methodli-t pieacher and writer was honored by a gioup representing McMurry at the informal open house for him nt 735 Sayles Boulevard. Tuesday evening. Dr. Harold O. Cooke Gene Ferrell president of the Korum; Dick Rlchey president of the Student Council ; und Jean Sell- er president of the Volunteers; presented Dr. Griswold with flow- ers on his 90th birthday. Shortly after coming to West Texas In 1891 Dr. Griswold went on "tr!M" before the Northwest Texas Conference at Its annual meeti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 February 1952

the War Whoop Entere.l at tecand clou moller Augutt 27 I9?3 at the Poll Ollloe al Abilene lni umler Act of March 3 1 879 Puljlnfutd weekly during the uhool year Sep- lumber thiiHK)h May ecept lor itattd vacation periodi by Hi ttudenti ol McMurry College Abilene lenu lh WAR WHOOP It a member ol the letai Intercollegiate Prttt Allocation and the Al loclated Collegia! Prei Suhtcilpllon Price II Per Ykii Pag 4 EDITORIAL Campus-Site The WAR WHOOP Friday February 20 1952 by Will White H i Universal Military Training is for schools not campus according to Rep. Omar Burleson of Anson who will seek to get the House ot Representatives to adopt his measure instead of the one it has been considering. The Burleson measure may remove objections which have been made by educators and parents opposed to an outright universal military training program whicn puts every 18-year-old boy into' the Army for six months followed by seven and a half years in the reserve. His substitute bill would run the mil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 February 1952

INDIANS SMASH ACC 59-56 Now in Three-Way Tit for TC Crown Special to (ho War Whoop by Will White Whoop Editor McMurry's Indian Tribe k tasted "sweet revenge" bb fthey thundered over the Abi- lene Christian cagera 59-56 in an over - crowded McMurry gym last night. ACC bested McMurry on the Hill 63-50. Coach Mel Jowell's aggre- gation's win over the Wildcat crew threw the Reservation- men into a three-way tie for the Texas Conference cham- Bonshii). The 'Cats and the owaru Payne Yellow Jack- ets share in that title. Carl Jowcll leading TC Ncurcr started the rally with 3u minutes remaining when he tossed lit two buckets to tic the ncorc at rr-r5 but It was "looHe" Jack Hender- son's four points that put the con- gest on tec. Henderson's first shot "mink with but a minute remaining and a the Wildcats became frantic at stalling tactics Henderson then meshed another as the Indian root- era rocked the house. The locate took an early lead hut lout It In the see-saw Ing flntt quarter and the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 February 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday February 29 1952 TC ROUNDUP 3 Conftrtnct Champs or Ont? Tpxhm Conference rnrc enme to n fnsl mid filllniiH rinse lust nlRht and the vlctoi or vletora weren't derided until the tlniil Ranio. ACr Improved MeMurry'H rhnm- )IoiimIiI) hopes wlu'ii they defonted thi' Howard Payne Yellow .lacketH to pi event them from becoming iindiHpiited ehamplons. If MrMur- ry won lust nlRht the ronfercnee l.s In a three way tie for first plaee. The three co-champlonH beliiR Mc- Miirry ACT and Howard Payne. Jf the Wllde.its from ACC won the Impmlinl tilt they aie undlttputed chiimpionN of the Texan Confer- ence. Provided MeMurry won laat night only one of the three cham- pions will he chosen to represent the conl erenre. The means of dc- terminliiK the repiesentatlve has not been ofllclally decided upon. Texas Al Is In lust place In con- ference play while Austin CoIIcrc brings up the "next to last" posi- tion Hnth of these teams have completed their conference sched- ules. R...

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