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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

lV> <& j-orr r^ORGE W LIBRARY ftiff KAMBien (eyan C^oldeqe FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1964 No. 21 Farley Elected President Of Campus Governing Body by Joyce Barclay psychology major from Amarillo. The turn-out for this election He. will succeed Jeremy Walker, proved that more students are y Campaign posters weie thrown new carnpUS leader based his "becoming interested in their As- away, political announcements p]atf0rm o nstudent rights, a more sociation. There were a total of were, set aside and candidates effective student government( and 463 ballots cast. waited as the Wesleyan students : Joe Farley Spurgeon Dunnam communique [ 'by jeremj^ walker j The democratic process — as performed in the arena of poli- tics — can at times be a painful thing. With all the campaigning, outguessing, verbal attacking, mud-slinging, hair-splitting, and finger-pointing that has gone on in the election just past, it was only natur...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 14, 1964 J"~Jhe I o/cc oi the Student $ — Jneffedi ve L xcept in lie What a welcome experience it was for me to have to'wait in line for almost ten minutes in order to vote last Thursday. Some may criticize the intensity with which some of the campaigns were conducted, but there can be no question as to the numerical results at, the polls. Interest was so well „ aroused that a record turnout was recorded in voting. And this in a school where for the past few years half that figure was regarded as a g®od showing. Congratulations and best wishes are certainly in order for the winners but they, as well as their opponents, have al- ready done an invaluable service to Texas Wesleyan College. They have made more students aware of student government. This is a prime qualification if student government is to exist with any degree of efficiency. The important task for us now as students is to help our "student representatives to help us. This we can do, no...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

Tuesday, April ,]4, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three t' a t r s t- is n. S. :h- i jht at iy- i 9 rfuT" his ted 10Vr>., ey. the ree be ldi- -lgh m THIRTY-SEVEN TWC COEDS from three sororities were presented Thursday evening at the formal presentation dance of Deka, Autiss, and Entre Amis held in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hotel Texas. Three Sororities Present Thirty-Five Girls at First Joint Presentation by Glenda Steel Miss Susan Johnston, daughter The annual formal presentation^of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnston, dance of Deka,-. Autiss, and Entre appeared in a sleeveless gown of Amis, the women's social clubs of peau de soie. The sequined bodice Texas Wesleyan College, was held „corfiplemented the skirt fashioned last Thursday night at 8:00 p.m. with a floor length wrapping'over- in the Crystal Ballroom of the Ho- panel opening in the front. She tel Texas. An "Oriental" theme was escorted by Mike Per^y. Miss was carried out' in the decora- Johnston is a sophomore pre-med, tions. Thirty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

a Page Four THE RAMBLER ^Museum To ExhltHt Depression Pictures "The Bitter Years: 1935-41," an exhibition of over 200 photographs taken by Farm Security Adminis- tration photographers, will open at the Anion Carter Museum of Western Art next Thursday, "April ' 16, and remain on view until June 7, announced Mitchell A. Wilder, museum director. Edward Stefchen, Director Em- eritus of the—Department of Pho- tography of The Museum of Mo- " dern Art, New York, selected the photographs from 170,000 taken for the Farm Security Admfnis-" t ration to record the plight of the farm population during the Great Depression. It was organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, where it was shown in 19(52. Steichen- has dedicated the ex- hibiton to Roy E. Stryker, Direc- tor of the F. S. A. historical sec- tiSR, and to his ■jshotosraphers, whir made one ot/the tnw'yt TirrfTor-- tant and strec^ssful visual docu- mentations ever undertaken by an$'~go'^rnment. Their historic survey of rural areas a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

"*v 1964 on Tuesday, April 14, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five in- Ipril 1 oft Red Cross Will Offer Summer Courses In-Aquatic and Small Craft Instruction Instructor and leadership train- 63108. ing in water safety, first aid, and small craft will be offered this summer in American National Red Gross Aquatic and Small Schools in seven midwesterrf states. These 10-day training courses hegan in 1922. There will be 24 aquatic schools held this year Craft throughout the country, with a festerrN/ota! enrollment of about 3,000. Outstanding volunteer aquatic The specialized instruction this" and safety experts make up the year coincides with the 50th an- faculty, resulting in no charge for niversary of the Red Cross water, instruction. The only cost to the safety program. In the half cen- student is for room, meals, and in- tury Red Cross has been promot- dividual supplies. ing safety in and around the water, The curriculum includes swim- over 25,000,0Q,0 been issued to persons completing swimmi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

Page Six Sophs Hold 'Hoot' ' At Sycamore Rec "It's Hootenanny time at Wes- leyan!" This seemed to be the cry as the sophomores prepared for the sophomore show and dance held Friday night, April 10, at 8 p.m., at Sycamore Recreation Cen- ter. Taking charge of the entertain- ment. wgs Bob Bruton of KXOL. Between the acts of the entertain- ers. KXOL to]} 40 songs were play- ed for dancing. The acts of Jack Stanley of TCU, Rocky and Birdy of TCU, and Ellen Deacon of the Universi- ty of Texas,-put an entertaining and successful cap on the show. TUe show \,vas presented by the sophomore class as a money mak- ing project. Admission was $1.00. Faculty Ciub-Holds Annual Guest Day The Faculty Women's Club of Texas Wesleyan College held its annual Guest Day Tea April 9 at, Elizabeth Means Armstrong Hall. Forty members and guests were present for a musical program by students of the TWC fine arts de- partment and installation of offi- cers. Those ° students participating were Royce Isham atid M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

.3 v 1 • Tuesday April 14 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Seven 1 8 Baa Baa, Black Sheep it I by Rosanne Harvey Ii was like a new and unherald- ed wonder of the world . . . all "those people that trundled off to the polls and voted in the Student Association elections last Thurs- day rmd Friday. It was so sweet to see voters struggling to cram votes in the brimming boxes . . . actually hav- ing to force those symbolic little pieces of paper in . . . The only regrettable thing about, the turn-out at the polls is that the student body evidently ex- pended all their surplus energy for student activities that they had' been saving all year. After the one big effort at being school spirity, the students must have collapsed in war exhaustion at the dorms and local soft drink 'pubs. Whatever they did they weren't in evidence at the scheduled school •activities Friday*" and Saturday nights. And it's rather a pity, es- pecially since <the weekend includ-' e'd the very things so' many of the ■studen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 1964

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday. April 14, 1964 L? NEW FACILITY — This is engi- neering student Roy Beans' con- ception of what the new TWC gymnastics facility will look like when completed. It is currently under construction just north of the campus gym. The completion ^ate has been tentatively set for two to three weeks. It will elude a 22-foot steel tower from which rings, will be suspended,, parallel bars for both men and women, a 12-foot beam for women's balancing activities, a side-horse for both men's and women's activities, and a hori- zontal bar. Beans, a former stu- dent at Arlington State College and husband of Mrs. Carolyn Beans of the P.E. department at TWC, has been working with in- tramural director Walter Lang- ston on the project. ... Wesley an Golfers Down East Texas, But Lose to Tulsa and North Texas Texas Wesleyan's golf team lost matches to two big-n<wjie schools — Tulsa and North Texas State — and defeated East Texas State in last week's action. All three wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1964

is* m v . W:' - ' -V. ' £*• Six Vie for Editor Posts; Election To Begin Thursday by Ann Gilliam seeking the post of TXWECO edi- Six TWC student journalists are' toi;, They are Paula Barksdale, vying for .editorship of Wesleyan's Trudy Marie J", and Jack- Stuteviile. two eampujfpubiications, the Ram- This year bier and the TXWECO. Editors for are two Rosaline Harvey, who is seeking re-election, as Rambler editor, served as editor of -The Parakeet , for the first time, there at Polytechnic High School and persons running on the was assistant sports editor of the both wili be chosen by popular same ticke.t for editor of the year-. Poly High annual. She is a mem- vote of the student body Thursday book. If elected TXWECO co-edi- ber of Deka social club, the Young and Friday. tors, Trudy Marley and Jack Stute- Democrats club and the O. O. Mc- Candidates for Rambler editor ville will share editorship respon- Intyte Press Club. Rosanne is also' are Rosanne Harvey, junior socio- sibilities e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1964

A ge Tw( ~S>tuch ts i tors on UcjJ Do cU C^ualij^ii liond For Rambler staffers, the week of editor elections is a time of divided emotions. Candidates for Rambler and TXWECO editorship must, of necessity, come from among our number. We will be forced to choose among those'with whom we have shared typewriters and ideas, as well as, the fun and, to be a little melodramatic, the tears of putting out this year's Rambler. Realizing that it js impossible for average human beings to work side by side Without forming some personal biases and favoritisms which are not akin to the several abilities of the various candidates, we do not attempt to advocate one can- didate above another. We do, however, urge you, as TWC student readers, to study the qualifications of these candidates and to vote ac- cordingly. This is perhaps one of the most important campus elec- tions because you will be selecting the persons who will-be responsible for the make-up and content of the Rambler and TXWECO. Kee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1964

Tuesday, April 21, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three red im. tie m, he ine Tcr " • oil m- ir- ins lly •il- a rt, at ial ty, in in )t- of t- e- h, o • r St W Id lis r i TWC Sends Delegates To Young Demos Meet Rosanne Harvey, a junior and * editor of the Rambler, was elected State Commltteevvoman of the 10th senatorial district, Saturday in Brown wood at The 1964 state con- vention "of the Young Democrats of Texas. Mr. Sidney Stout, a former TCU student, was re-elected for another term to serve as State Committee- man, representing the Tarrant County YD. Club. Bill Russell,, president of the TWC 'Club, and chairman of the delegation, along with Rosanne Harvey was representative to the Rules" Committee. Miss Harvey was also named permanent secre- tary of the convention. Saturday aftertioori, Henry Gon- zales, United States Representative from San Antonio, spoke to the delegates. Mr. Gonzales chided the Goldwater campaign and predict- ed the, "motel team" , Nixon- Lodge would compose tire Rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1964

■ f Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 21, 1964 TufJ Chaucer Students To Visit Collection of Dr. Hughes The twenty-four students in the Chaucer class taught by Dr. H. Howard Hughes will ,go to the Hughes apartment, < 3228 East Rosedale, on Aprti^22 and 24 of this week to examine and study the collection of books in medieval literature which the professor lias accumulated over, a period of years. This area of literature was Dr. Hughes's special field of research in advanced graduate work, and a manuscript 'copy of his 490-page thesis entitled "Chaucer's Criseyde and Her Ancestry" is one item in the collection. Three other copies of ..it are at the University of Texas, where it is required reading for advanced students of Chaucer's works. Tlie collection cowWins fourteen different editions of Chaucer's writings, including a facsimile copy, of the famous Klemscott Chaucer, the standard text used in the class edited by F. N. Robinson, and numerous other scholarly ed- itions. There ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1964

Tuesday, April 21, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five 1 Students Use College As Training for Life Editor's Note: The following es- say was written ip a freshman English class competition, where students were asked to explain their reasons fot' going to college, by Celia Aldayse Since' the reasons for going to A complete per^>n s also an in- teresting person. I. will he able to radiate what I know because my time will be spent in reading, dis- cussing, and thinking about im- portant and challenging ideas and people. college largely determine what, a College is the place where I will student gets out of college, it is grow up and became an Mult, import tint to know why students Here I will learn to plan and to go. - • " lead my own life. How I will ma- Students are spending up to ture and grow will depend largely $12,000 and four years of their on me. Aft education will teach me lives in college. They come from to understand and to live with all all kinds ^ social and r&ligious <^&l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1964

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April-21, 1964 & ' . /■ > •• —-....--..j m.. *£rt. ffivyJWWiP - * ..* ' i . . V - * •V . * w£ B4n - >5* fix '<% "'A k ~ '* **- I il® llll ^ IS Llift IIH S&l H ;& > sfesaSaS^^^! THE GOLF BALL is in for plenty of punishment as Larry park slams it down the fairway, in a tuneup round. Watching the shot are teammates Charles Meisner, Warren Hurst and Jerry Searcy, left to right. The Rams participate in the annual Abilene Intercollegiate Invitational Tournament this week. « —Rambler Staff Photo TWC Netters Tie Austin College Lose Matches to Three Opponents The Ram tennis team salvaged a tie with Austin College fn last week's four match, but went down to defeat at the ahnds.of t.he fCU Freshmen, St. Mary's and Texas Lutheran. 01' The Wesleyans tied the Kanga- roos, 3-3, Monday at Sherman. David Weber won his singles match, and the two Ram doubles combos of Weber-Victor Powell and Jerry Norris-Bctty March- banks posted victories. The TCU...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 1964

Attend Celebrity Series • +■*"! FIRST PLACE INTEXAS—1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 5,, 1964 No. 24 communique " by jeremy walker Student government in the<>state of Texas has come of age. This fact was clearly demon- strate! when S t u d e n t Body Presidents from all over the state convened On this campus for the annual TISA Student Body Presidents and Editors Conference. Their main topic for discussion: the students' role in raising tire standard of excellence in Texas' higher education. Faced with some rather sober- ing facts concerning tho state of higher education in Texas, defin- ite plans were made for direct student action. "According to a recent survey of 21 states comparable in popu- lation and income, Texas ranks next to the bottom in the average amount spent per student in state- supported institutions of higher learning"; "The lists of 'leading' £ofleges and universities published during the past twenty-five years have never inclu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 1964

2 Page Two THE UMB ) Bay of Pip, Jots of Bull WaL Political 1% enagerie As had been expected Texas Republicans gave Senator Barry Goldwater an overwhelmin^Vidorsement in their pri- mary Saturday. Although this is natA)inding, there has never been any doubt who would get all 56 Texas fotes at the .Re- publican Convention. The week-end was also fruitful in other states for the junior senator from Arizona, and the next ten days promise more of the same. The Goldwater movement is gaining mo- mentum and will probably continue to do so until the real test in November. Unless Johnson falters badly, it is going to be next to impossible for Goldwater to evict the the Texas Demo- crat from his home on Pennsylvania Avenue. In fact he prob- ably will command fewer votes than either Henry Cabot Lodge or Richard Nixon wbuld. One reason is that anyone conservative enough to vote for Goldwater \tfould certainly prefer, a moderate such as Nixon to a> liberal- such as Johnson. Besides this there a...

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

Tuesday, May 5, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Thraa Competition Now Open to TW Students For Gov't. Sponsored Graduate Study * The competition for 1965-66 United States government grad- uate grants for Academic study or research abroad, and for profes- sional training in creative and per- forming arts, will open officially on May 1st, the Institute of In- ternational, Education announced. The Institute conducts compe-' titions for U S. government schol- arships provided by the Fulbright - Hays Act as part of the education- al and cultural exchange program of the Department of State. Under this program, more than 900 Amer- ican graduate students will have the opportunity to study in any one of 51 countries. The purpose of the awards is to increase mu- tual understanding between the people of the-U.S. and other coun- tries through the exchange of per- sons, knowledge and skills. Students who wish to apply for an award must be U.S. citizens and have a bachelor's degree or its equivalent by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 1964

• Page J-our THE RAMBLER Tuesday, May _5, 1964 ) REGISTERING DELEGATES for the TIPA convention held at TWC, Marilyn Herman and Glen- da Steel are shielded from the camera by their hair. Over 150 delegates attended the conven- tion. - % Informal Fun Night Scheduled May 16; Student Body, Faculty, Staff, Exes Invited Stand by of^p biggest ey, and tennis will be held in the night of informal fun," said in-. •• blasts of the year, It will be a campus gym and the tennis courts mural director Walter Langs tun, gigantic campus-wide Fun Night, area. who along with Mrs. Carolyn scheduled from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. The event, an outgrowth of the Beans of the P. E. department is Saturday, May 16. recent bridge and "42" tourna- co-ordinating the night. "They The center of activity will be ment, is a joint effort of the an- may even wear Bermuda shorts if the annual-signing dance in the nual staff, the Women's Recrea- they .wish, and they may bring Boaz Student Center, but there tion Association, an...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 1964

*Q Tuesday, May 5, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five gure a less a >ut- the ased fices Pi [lua- 100I Mon ?al- 7 Try |pen pers rk hree | his be be lure leld ] 24, |as- Vr- rd last ling lorn lice Two Rivals Bested Fowler Wins Ugly Man' Tiile Art Fowler, Boaz Hall resident, in the same style as the state has been elected TWC's Ugly Man elections concerning such men as for 1964. Fowler* won the election Connally and Yarborough. Baa Baa, Black Sheep 'HONEST, MOM, Ifs not exactly an insult to the family heritage that I'm the Ugliest Man on Campus/ explains Art Fowler, win- ner of the Apo sponsored contest as his mother looks dubiously on. I I 1 TW Players End Season With Successful Show by Sargent Hill Last Saturday night TW lay- ers ended its season with "The Desk Set," which was one of the , best plays we've seen on this campus. Director Mason Johnson 'Could -easily be dubbed "the mir- acle worker." His handiwork has never-ceased to be a marvel. . Susie Ford, a senior speech ma- jor, played...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 1964

MM Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, May 5, 1964 DATELINE... TWC Tuesday, May 5 6:00,p.m., Autiss 6:00 p.m., APO SAI-Phi Ma Banquet Gamma Omicron Banquet TW Players Banquet Wednesday, May 6 12:00 p.m., BSU s> 4:30 p.m., EA 6:00 p.m., Deka 6:30 p.m., MSM BSU Graduate Day Thursday, May 7 5:^30 p.m., WS0 8:00 p.m., Celebrity Series—Four Freshmen Friday, May 8 8:15 p.m., Senior Recital MSM Retreat * Autiss Installation Dinner Saturday, May 9 Senate Retreat Mr. and Miss TWC Dance Sunday, May 10 Choral Concert Monday, May 11 6:30 p.m., Band "Pops Concert". & Bay Area Beckons Young Hopefuls To Tropical Climate, Gay Existence During a season when even the designer and a nuclear physicist. and* interior seldom seen b\ the more contented experience gnaw- "THE SUNNY ISLANDS" by shore-bound tourist. The pleasuies ings of .discontent and the more Alan Ross. Kate Simon, Doorie Beal of Trinidad — calypso, carnival adventurous; are planning ' a and V. S. Naipaul. and steel bands have been cul- C...

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