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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 March 1952

WILLSON LECTURES TO BEGIN LECTURE SPEAKERSDr. Marshall T. Steel and Dr. Mary Alice Jones are to be the featured speakers as the 7th annual Willson Lectures commence Tuesday. Dr Steel is pastor of the Highland Park Methodist Church in Dallas while Dr. Jones is from the General Board of Education of the Methodist Church in Nashville Tenn. the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday March 7 1952. CALENDAR Frldaj March 7 Science rtuh. Saturda) March 8 Kappa Phi banquet. Mondaj March 10 Volun- teer; Sigma Tau Delta; movie In Student Life Center. Tuesday March 11 Willson Lectures begin 7:30 p.m. Wedneada) March 12 Will- son Lecture. Thursday March IS Willson Lecturea. 'Hansel ft Gretel' Seen by 10000 Plays at S'water "Hansel and Gretel" will be pre- sented In Sweetwater Civic Audi- torium Monday afternoon at 1 p m. and again at 3 p.m. Production is sponsored by the Newman High School speech de- partment under Jerry Powell for- mer McMurry drama ex. Entire school system ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 March 1952

Eighty Voyage Under 'Red Sail' At HP's 27th Annual Banquet Featuring "KpI Sails in the Sun- set" us a theme TtP hel.i Its 27th minimi Sweetheart Banquet Satur- rtiy night lit the lintel Woolen. ' Billy Wayne Sisson. McMurry grldmnn was crowned ns Til Sweetheart fur IHA2. Anne (lark president crowned Slssnn anil presented him with a hand-tooled billfold as a gift frimi the club. tiS'flHHIMVIII v. ibibibibibibibibibVP' mIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil w iliBiBiBiBirr ?VftiB3KiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiE r-iW pppppXn. E-SilllllllllllllllllVllillBitw mA......... --JHH HiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV NAMi:i TIP SWKKTIIKAKT Billy Wayne Sisson flashes a "satisfied" ' after being crowned "TIP Sweetheart" for 1951-52 by President Anne Clark who smiles back. The coro- nation occurred at TIP's 27th Annual Banquet at Hotel Wooten last week. QUEEN'S CORONATION TOO Tri-Sport Athletic Banquet Scheduled for Near Future Although a definite date has not yet been set preparations are b.- ing made for an All-School ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 March 1952

'Strive for Pro Poise Wylie Tells Wah Wahs "All women should stilve fm professional pulse both physical nnii mental" Mrs Gypsy Toil Sulli- van Wylle told Wah Wahtaysee membcra and their guests at the monthly meeting Monday night in the faculty lounge ol the Student Life Center Mrs. Wylie' leetnre nn the ABC's nf Import ment" ended n Herlei of three talk on appear- ance Imprnxemcnt. Mm. B. R Blankenohlp and Mrs. V. B. Mr- Daniel presented the other two lectures. Demonstritions on how to sit stand and walk were Riven hv Mrs Wylie. "Youi postuie .slums youi pei.son.il attitude .ind it pic- ture is poot youi appeal inee and attitude appeal poor Deep bieath- Iiir will deal up many poor-posture hahils-." Mrs Wylie also sug- gests a deep hieath when mad excited or ner ous "Speeeh In aiso a ery Impor- tant Index to your personality. Less than 48 per cent of college Htudent have sat Mart tir sMeeh. sids-o-matic i.aimky Some Simple Arithmetic When ou ask one of the com- petent operators at ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 March 1952

the War Whoop tillered m second doss mallet Augult 27 l?J at the Poll Of tic at Abilene Ttial under Act ol Match 3 1879 Fuulithed weekly during the ichool ytat Sep. lembet ihrou.jh May etcept lot Haled vacallon petiodi by the students al McMutty College Abilene Teut The WAR WHOOP II a member ol the Teo Intercollegiate Pttit Association and the At' soclaled Collegiate Pteti. Subscription Ptlce II Pet Year ygwgJMWWwwWffl I'ngc 4 EDITORIAL Campus-Site The WAR WHOOP Friday March 7 1952. by Will White "7e4 PmUic ScfooU ottacnaotf in f4eCiof "Texas public sc'.iools democracy in action!" This is the slogan chosen by the public schools for Texas Public School Week. Education is nothing new; our pilgrim fathers planted the needs of learning when they landed on the shores of America. It provides everyone and anyone with free education the only requirement being that you reside in the United States. The puhde schools in the Southwest have done a great job in the past years much credit going to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 March 1952

Tribe Tracksters Competing In Border Olympics at Laredo McMurry's maroon and white clad "speedsters" and "muscle men" journeyed to Laredo this week end to rep- resent the Reservation in the annual Border Olympics. The Indian main squad re- volves around 13 men this year. The number may in- crease to about 20 by the time McMurry engages in confer- ence competition. Ix;ttermen bark for another year of duty an Richard Adams Jack Chubb Bob- by Cattci Wayne Graham Buddy Dulin and Hartwcll Martin. Re- turning squadtnen include Richard Higgins and Veston George. Coach Wllford Moore In hank- ing on freshmen anil transfers to All out hi season's roster. This season is Coach Moore's first In the rapacity of track roach for MrMurry hut he has been with McMurry since 1046 as a football roach. Track men who made the It in are Richard Adams mile relay; Bobby Cuter 100 220 440 mile relay; .lack Chubb 440 880 mile telay; Billy Davis sprint lelay; Buddy Dulin mile mile relay; Vos- ton George javelin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 March 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Fiiday March 7 1952. Weekly Devotionol Christianity Calls For'aStcondMiU' ' Let us labot thi reforc to enter Into that rout lost nn ninn fill after tlu fwiiu apple or unbelief Hi brews I 1 1 Thi- respirtiHlhllltv of the Chris- tlnn In hevontl that ol temper amc nnil ahsllmiuc trom wrong When nm takes thp iwh of hrlstlanltv Iip profanes tu K the mm nnil mlli This means not nnl living nn rlhlcaliv good IITc. hut nli i living d.vnamlcall) vllnllv nnil divotedl). The pur- niiII of hrlst Is proving flth with work nnil vlrlumtHnesH Tin 1 1 Is in t'u mind of almost iu Christian the will to scivc Christ mil othois It Is eas to sa Loid hue im 1 send me Then something to do In sought and dear Christi ins look for the opportunity to show their faith Thin l where he is too often without Insight He lookH ovir the near and immediate problems in his search The insight beutmes bllmUd h foieslght The time for tin tn none Ih i'cr miimint anil the place Is alwavs within our reach....

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

the WAR WHOOP Vo time XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday March 15 1952. Number 2'J WUJSON LKCTUKKK CHATS Dr. Mary Alice Jones sec- ond from left chats with left to right: the Uev. H. Doyle Ragle director of religious activities; Mrs. Ual B. Crosby min- ister's wife; and Mrs. Phil E. Chappell dean of women at McMurry. Dr. Jones will conclude the lecture series at 3:30 p.m. today. Willson Lectures Close With Jones' Talk Today Seventh annual Willson Lectures will close this afternoon with a Anal address by Dr. Maiy Alice Jones head of the children's divi- sion of the Methodist General Board of Education. She will Neak on "How Shall We Help Our Children to Live an Christians?" Dr. June lec- ture have all centered around religious education for children an ithe used the theme "Christian Kalth In a Drawing Life." Dr. Marshall Steel pastor of the Highland Park Methodist Church in Dallas appeired as the other lec- turer. His scries of talks began Tuesday evening at 7:30 and he lias s...

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

Kappa Phi Spring Banquet Set In 'Old Fashioned Garden' Kuppi Phi In Id their nnniinl spline binqiiil Siturdiiv night In tin Diaki Holt 1 In tho sotting of an Olil Kashlomd Garden Member ee anil guest en- tered (hr Imnqui I roimi through n fluui r-lwiletkeil garden gale Tin lihIiii tin nu wns hi t It it out In tin i mini l n small nwk- !uml hiiiiii pith lending to ii wishing i II ()i llonkltie tin room tln v ill was id i oniti il to ri pit si ut n night sl 11 lltl It'll h ii silvei niimn anil cli 'lining stits Flowei- vims mil slu Ml)i iiililul to tilt id i Ol itlnlis (tlistsViti elvi 1 flVors of sll ir Itiv i linn i with i (in ul ii ills 1 1 fob on which the Knppi Phi i n h'i n was t ngiavcd I'lnii rd were small bonks tvlth tin Kappa Phi mntti) on th- front anil the guest's name Inside the iniir i mis anil pingnms wore print- pil mi 1 1 Inulitlon flow it and weio pi ii ul In f on oiih (oupU Tin prui mi i unstated of a nun k ivo lillnp piiMiitnl l) tho nu lu- lu's v Ith the issistiin...

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

The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Friday March 15 1952. IN LIFE CENTER Palestine Archaeology Exhibit Now on Display An niehaeoloqy exhibit fnmi li Palc-tlne is now on display in the Hadfotd Building Ihtnugh the mm- tesy of the Palestine Institute of Archaeology of the Pacific School of Religion. The exhibit will be on the cam- pus for the remainder of the miinth. It wa brought In con- nertlnn with the Wlllson l.ec- tureN now In progress. Included in the exhibit nie all types ol lellcs Horn the Mouml of Tell en Nnshbek which is noith of Jerusilem Many old lamps Jewell y items a sling-stone jugs Juglots anil cooking utensils aie in the exhibit. During the week the exhibit will be on display each ita from Holcomb Returns From Convocation; Liked Train People 'Acquaintances made dining the three days at the eonfeience and the train ride to and from East Lansing weie the most enjoyable part ot my tiip" commented Myrla Holcomb on her return from the National Kappa Delta Convention held last week. Miss ...

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

Page 4 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP "7 tyum&U rffottt 7e ' The Ides of Mat t !i" tomoi t cm bt ing with thtm the deadline at midnight lot the remittance of Fcdcinl Income ta Polks all ovci the U S will be mailing lotms to the B noau of Intel nal Revenue- and giumMing about it If any one thing is haiactci istic of the Amei ican specie oT human an mal it is his adaptation fot ji iping tl e tcason mide and amoinu of taxation In fact some modem catmsts hio come up witli a (ifth fi-eedoni the 'Freedom to Gfumb'e About Tac s ' This taxpavei 's patody of Lincoln's Gcttysbui Address le- pi inted m Time is a classic on the subject "One score md I1) yeais ago oui fa thet s bt ought fotth upon this nation a new tax conceived in despeiation and dedicated to the pioposition that all men are fan game Now we ate engaged in a great miss of calculations testing whether this taxpavei oi any taspavei so confused and so impoverished can long endure "We are met on Fotm 1040 We have come to dedicate n lat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 March 1952

Cindermen Travel to Ft. Worth For SW Track and Field Meet McMurry trackmen make their second try of the young cinder season tomorrow as they journey to Port Worth for comietition in the annual Southwestern Recreation Track and Field Meet. The Indians will he faring strong competition this nk end hn thc meet about the same squads thc.v did In the Border Olvmplcs. lotst week thc.v were limited to S 2 points hut are expected to muster mort points this week rnd. Coach Wilfoid Mooio will take nine men with him to Fort Woith Tho men include Richatd Adams Bobby Caitci Jack Chubb Wayne Graham Hlchard Hlggins Hal tw ell Martin Otis Rntllff Donald Row- land and Bobby Piiee. jHt car the Redmrn took fourth place In the college divi- sion making 12 points. Thiee ol the men making the Hip placed In last ye.u'.s meet Adams placed second in the mile and foutth in the 880 while Gt.i- ham took second place in the discus and Mai tin won third In the bioad jump. Kvents McMutiy will entet this year arc:...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 March 1952

Page 8 The WAR WHOOP Friday March 15 1952. 'ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN' "To the weak I became wenk Hint I might aln the weak; I am berime all thing to all men that 1 liny by ill moms Have some. And 1 do all thing for the gospel's sike." I Cor. 0:2223. There Ih something In the life of every person which can he!p some other person over a rough spot In the Road ot I.'fc. If only we would nllow ourselves to be led by His Spirit enough to pour out the talents we have to make some- one's burdens a little lighter. We have much in comnon with every man womnn and child. Chi 1st died for all of in! We lie children of God Joint hc'.ts with Christ. We mi become "all things to all men." Let us make the prayer of St. Prinr s of As-'ssi our prayer. "O Lord make me an insttument of Thy peace! Where hate is may I bring love; Where offense has been given or taken may t bring pardon; Where there is discord may I bring fellowship; Whore there is ciror may I bring truth; Where there is doubt may I bring fai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1952

Trustees Adopt Building Program If any one student-crv has been topical down through the 29 yearn nf McMurry history it ban been that of ' Pave the Oval the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Pi iday March 28 1952 Chanters to Begin Seven-Day 1500-Mile Tour of Texas N.M. Chanters will leave on their an- nual spring tour tomorrow The toOO-milc trip will bL one of the longest cvci taken bv the group Koutteen concerts will be sung oer the Panhandle of Ttxas and eastern New Mixico At Hale Center the group will gle the first concert tomorrow night and Sunday morning they will Ming a sacred roneert In the First Methodist Church Sundav evening a concert will be pre- sented In Polk Street Methodist Church In Amarlllo Monday the 45-volce choir will sing in Annrillo High School in the morning and in Kiink Phillips College Borger that afternoon The evening conctrt will be given in the First Methodist Church of Panhandle The program for Tuesday morning In net for Dumas High Scho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1952

Page 2 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP i . SyHM' - 1IKAI) TARIJO At last week's annual IHR spring banquet was this group shown at the head table. Right to left Dr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Hartsill Everett Big Chief Alton Patterson and the Mrs. Venton George. Sarah Widmcr; Bob Loving and Norma Baird. Science Club Hoids State Park Picnic McMiu ry's Science Club held a picnic fm its members and guests Satuiday niRht at Abilene Stnto Park. The gi oup r (i a s t e d wienei s around an open Are pud spent the remainder of the evening singing. Attending the picnic were Cathy Healrd Bert Aftleck Eddie Hill Edna Mae Sell Jane Campbell Seivando Trevino Mr. and Mrs Frank Knopp David Stephens Nelda Vaughter Tommy Russell Marthiel Middlehrook Alex Oites Bonnie McDonald. Hill Martin nnd Mr. nnd Mis John Milliard. ADAMS U Ol) MARKI1 )j.n S0..1I Mil i flHiiiiDiiimiMiiDiiiiiiMiiiDiiiiiiiiimaig SOMETHING SPECIAL? Clothes Are Dirty and Don't Fit? See JAY and RAY Today Q W. Spfcialli in Allnotloni ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1952

Friday March 28 1952. The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Music Dept. Presents Twelve-Student Recital The Music Department presented a recital by 12 music students Monday In the Radford Student Center Auditorium Seven vocal- CHAPKL SPEAKER The Rev. Sterling F. Wheeler State Director of the Texas Methodist Student Movement will -be the chapel speaker Thursday April 3. He will lec- ture to the McMurry Christian Foundation the evening be- fore April 2. ABILEhE BOOK STORE Tht Best Sellers Stationery Monogramming kkk&K '"kkkkkkl W lEa v m !j0B I 365 Cypress Phone 44428 i I Every Bonny Lassie Wants a Bonny j I Bonnet for I Easter I from... i I A A R E V L 0 N . . . "Paint the Town Pink" New . . . Sweet-and-Hot Pink for Lips and Fingertips I Right Off the Campus ists two organists and three pi- anists performed. Seven ocallsts were presented In the recital. Sarah Wldmer merro soprano sang '"Rend Ml Sereno al Clgllo" h Handel and "Iotus Flower" by Srhumann. "Tun Orcnadtcrs by Srhumann and "Slla" h Spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1952

the War Whoop tutored at lecond clan matter Auguil 37 1973 at th Pott Of lice at Abilene le.ot undet Act ol Match 3 1879 Puhllthed weekly during the uhool year Sep. temher thiough May etcept lot itattd vacation perlodt by the itudenti ol McMurry College Abilene Texui. The WAR WHOOP it a mtmbtr at the Teat Intercollegiate Pren Allocation and tht At- loclated Collegiate Prut Subtctlptlon Ptica $1 Ptt Year Page 4 EDITORIAL Campus-Site T!.e WAR WHOOP Friday March 28 1052. by Will White PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SERIES One taxU ta t& Otfot My right to worship God as I please makes it my obligation to inspect and protect that right for others. My right to speak and write freely in praise or criticism of public officers or to ihucusn public issues makes it my obligation to study and inform myself before expressing my opinions. My right to seek from my government corrections of wrongs to state a grievance or to ask relief from oppression makes it my obligation to ask no more for myself tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1952

SPORTS The WAR WHOOP GRAHAM ADAMS PLACE Cindermen Take Points In Ft Worth Track Meet McMuriy'8 tracksteis returned from the Snuthwestct n Reel cation Track and Field Meet in Fori Worth last week with two Indiiins hitting the point column. Wanc Graham and Richard Adams were the two Indians re- sponslhlc for MrMurr'n show- ing In the meet. Graham rap- COACHING LIFE A RUGGED ONE McMurry's grid coaches aie sure they aie having a successful spring training. The question in theii minds is "Will we live thiough It?" It was last week that a scries j of coach-injuring Incidents began. I Coach Mel Jowell was watching J Ken Mayes throw a downftcld 'I block on a defensive halfback when I it all started. Mays carried his s block into a rolling body-block and ended up by stepping on Jow- ' ell's foot fracturing a bone I Then came head coach Wllford Moore's tut n. Some ambitious grid- s man cigged where he should have 1 sagged and Moore came out of the fray with a blue-bruised toe. Even newly-hire...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday March 28 1952. Christ-Lik Living Wk-Long Projtct In this Instance In the life of Christ we find Him teachlnc one if the Rieatrst lewis of Chi is- tlnnlty being n follower of Chi 1st Is a seven day's business; Chris- tiimity has no sliippigc The old laws of Christ's days prohibited any uork or pi i.v wlinisnevei on the Sabbath Eve i healing and tending the sick or Injured was not allowed no exceptions were made and no excuses wort ! ceptcd Christ saw the falhcv and tailings of such t law and lie made It a point to teach Hlh followers that His work had no en I If we are ti be ttulv Christ-like nnd if we are to siy before men that we aie Christiins we must come to the realisation that the work of the Lord has no end; It is a twenty-four hour seven-day-a-week job Prayer: O C5od our Father that never rests in Thy works of out world and our lives teach us by the example of our blessed Savior Jesus Christ that we may be con- stant and tireless wrokcrs for Thee a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1952

Student Center Bombed MrAA Wnr Whnon Editor Makes Suicide Attempt Will White fill nun Wat Whoop editor was found lying h ilf con- clnus at the bise of the Stude'it 'Life Centet town late Satindn night. Apparcntl) White hail leaped from the tup of flu M-fnni low- it. Oliver Bush Life Center super Isor who flrt discovered the ambitious young newsman after his Jump said that White seemed to he suffering much pain. BuHh said "he elilentl was In a coma anil Wept muter- Ing between groan anil gasps Tor breath Ruggar Why illil Higgins to Study For Mission Fields Richard Higgins McMuii.n soph- ppnioio has decided to become .1 missionaty to Koica according to a lecent announcement by H Doyle Ragle diiectot of religious activi- ties Befoie going ovetsoas Higgins will study two yeats in Pel kins school of Theology at SMU. Ragle said he hoped he could get Higgins out of the National Guaid and get him classified l-K In ordct to keep him from going to Korea ia an- other route. "I feel It my duty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1952

Set 'pontH ty 7tt4UeA The McMiu i y Him id of Trustees recently adopted a program which they cull a "Piogiessivc" plan. The War Whoop opposed that plan. Seems all the fellows sot together and decided to: 1. Huild seven new buildings 2. Radically change the race of the campus including the abolition of the oval. Kit st of all the men who adopted this "unreasonable" plan know nothing of the htudenl 's point of view. Tlicy say McMurry will have seven new buildings in the future but what purpose will they mm vc. Good exhibits but that'a all. At the piesent t me McMuny has a total enrollment of something undei 300 students Why is the enrollment small? ceit.unly not because of oui buildings--we a1 ready have the finest in Texas ;tml plenty of room to spare too. There are empty looms in .i'l the dorms. Heforc we need "structures" we need htudents and to get more students we need a live vigorous McMuny -which we ccitamly don't have as yet. As Benedict Arnold once said "Science buildings do ...

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