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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 1964

Tuesday, May 5, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Seven 'Duffel Bag' Fashions Spark Summer Cruise Spring'* is here, and summer top. Another beach topping: sur- might as well be, f<jr vacation prisingly, a sheer red organdy shirt planning and shopping are already to whip on apres-swinv, a quick in high' gear. You've no doubt little charcoal gray polka-dotted caught yourself daydreaming on slipover with matching shorts, balmy afternopns about exams banded and rickracked in scarlet. gladly behind you, a summer wait- At sunset, you might wear a long, ing to be filled. To supplement, pink linenv dress, slightly flaj*ed, your daydreams, May Mademoi- flower cut-outs at Midriff. seile has chartered a fantasy" holi- v™,vQ ♦ i , ,, .. , You re bound to be city-bound day, a vacationers all-time vac.1- f,.,„ „ , ... . . t tor a while, whether it be San tion from California to Jamaica. Xs-. ,, , . . , . . ,, • .. , i" rancisco, Kingston, or New York, \ou might not follow it to the , v, ,.,n • , " , , >...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 1964

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday, May 5, 1964 / BOB MERDER FIRES a Jump shot in spring trainfhg drills. Others in the picture, left to right, are David Weber, Buddy Graham, Coach Elmer Hanebutt and Art Fowler.—Rambler Staff Photo Kappa Pi's Initiation Dinner Slated Friday Kappa Pi is leaving catfish row for its May initiation dinner at Cross Keys restaurant this Friday evening at 7:30. All pledges can gorge for free, lit other rrtembers have to plunk 'down $3.25 be tore they too can gorge. ' All reservations must be made in person to Ralph Rice by Thurs- day. Wesleyan Golfers Place Third in Abilene Meet, Await Conference Play Tc.Niis Wesleyan golf teajns, who The tournament was played at had the pleasant twbit of winning both Maxwell Municipal Course the Abilene Interc #<?f,'iate Tour- and at Abilene Country Club, nament for three years in succes- Team trophies were awarded to sion, seem to be falling into a rut the first three places, individual of a different nature — finishing m...

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

THE RAMBLER 1~JexaS lAJesleyan C^ollecje FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 Attend Fun Night VOLUME 36 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14,. "1964 No. 25 1964 TXWECO Dedication, Honors Made Known Today "EVEN'IF I HAVE to sit on them," says Mike Wood, TXWECO editor, as he continues to guard the zealously kept secret of the •*1963-64 TXWECO. Annuals were distributed in the SUB immediate- ly after assembly today —Rambler Staff Photo. Brown, Hunsaker Win Mr., Miss TWC Title Pete Brown and Wanda Hunsak- er were named Mr. and Miss TWC at a dance in their honor Saturday, May 9, in Dora Roberts Hall. Miss Hunsaker is a senior Eng- lish major from Lake Dallas. She is a member of Entre Amis and last year was selected favorite of the junior class. She also served as vice-president of the junior class. This year Miss Hunsaker was sec- retary of the Student Association cand recipient of (he Golden Shears. Holding- the title ^ Mr. TWC, Pete Brown hopes to coach athle- tics in a local sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 May 1964

«S Page Two THERAMBLER Thursday, May 14, 1964 cjCetterS . . . cjCett We the members of the Project '64 Committee take this oppor- tunity rto- express our thanks to the faculty, administration, and "student body for their coopera- tion in supporting the many ac- tivities of this committee. We hope that we as a new com- mittee on campus have added some needed Changes to our ever expanding program of improve- er5 . . . To the students of TWC,* Through this paper „ we would like to express to each of you our appreciation and gratitude for bestowing upon us the honor of being your- 1965 TXWECO editors. We feel that in your vote for us. you displaced ti* t and confi- dence in our leadership, and we for we will be trying our ment. You have been most co- .only hope that, we can fulfill that operative in filling out all forms trust, that we have prepared, and we best. hope that we have given you the initiative to carry this program further. Thank you, Project '64 Committee Again we personall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 May 1964

Friday, May, 14, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three bne lile nee Ion | ho ■all lit- lut ®r- tle |re is .Is. he ne ti- ll |y r to E 1 1 I ■ Wesleyan Boast Talented Folk Sing"ers 'WandeFers Gain Fame, Opportunity TWC's ANSWER to the Kingston Trio, the Wanderers, perform frequently in the Fort Worth area. They are, from left, Kenny Sprinkle, Tommy Allen and Bill Campbell. —Rambler Staff Photo. Sororities Pick Officers For 1964-65 Club Year Spring brings elections and the girls' social clubs have elected their officers for 1964-65. Leading Autiss will be Ann Dews, Fort Worth junior. Vice- president will be Peggy Jay; sec- retary, Mary Bilger; treasurer, Reta Ruby; pledge captain, Glen-, da Hodges; and sponsor, Miss Grace Corbin. Deka has as its newly elected president, Patty Meyers, Fort Worth sophomore. Serving as vice- president will be Ann Woodard, secretary, Linda Elam; treasurer, Dixie Calahan; pledge captains, Judy Flynn and Shaft-on Brand- rup; reporter, Marilyn Herman; historian, Susan...

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

a Page Pour THE MBIER Thursday. May 14, 1964 £> 1964 TXWECO Honors PUTTING ALL his know how into fitting Polly Pollan with au- thentic "go tasters" needed for experienced cheerleaders, is Dale Padgett, left. Patty Rucker, right, and Larry Dortch look on with reluctant enthusiasm. —Rambler Staff Phq£p. « Cheerleaders. Named In Second Rurvdff Cheerleader candidates can fin- ally calm down from the anxiety caused from election after elec- tion, and(trthe . class Senators can sigh no nV/'e at the thought of counting votes, for the cheer- leader, run-off election has final- ly ended, With Patty Rucjfer filling the vacant fourth position, the voting ends and" once again a close elec- tion goes down in history. In the first election held April 23-24, positions for three cheer- leaders were filled. Polly Pollan, Dale Padgett, and Larry Dortch wpre elected to take over as 1964- 65 TWC Cheerleaders. Now, Miss Rucker has received the honor as the other girl in this foursome. Polly is a fres...

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

Friday, May, 14,. 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five o REACHING FOR THE TIP in a recent Ram basketball Spring training session are Marvin Picha, left, and Irvin Rue. Crowded around them, left to right, are Jeff Saari, Art Fowler, Pete Brown, Buddy Graham, Larry Phelps and assistant coach Walter Langstcn. —-Rambler Staff Photo TWC Will Host Fourth Annual Meet Of Southwest Professors June 12-14 Group discussion chairmen Wi 11 be Drs. James A. Dyal, professor of psychology, Texas Christian University; Dr. Morton B. Kihg, professor of sociology, Southern Methodist University; and Dr. W. Ray Wilkes, director of the Com- puting Center, University of Ar- kansas. All college and university facul- ty and staff members in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas are invited to attend the lecture and discussion sessions. Baa Baa, Black Sheep The Fourth Annual Southwest Faculty Conference will be held June 12-14 at Texas Wesleyan College. The theme will be "Impli- cations of Meaning of Man f...

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

& Page Six THE RAMBLER Thursday, May 14, 1964 * Two TWC Students Eagerly AnticLp/ite Assignments to Summer - MissiothWork "I'm looking forward to a sum- ways he someone else. I am happy mef of hard work and rich ex- to have the opportunity to do it", perience doing'Avhat I feel is the said Corrine Cardin, junior. Lord's will for my life", said Mar- The above statements made by garet Johnson, senior. two BSU'ers refer to their assign- "I never did think it wotrifl be ments as student summer mission- me going; 1 thought it would al- aries by the Home Mission, oBard :w ? dl" the Southern \;iptist Conven- tion. Corrine, who waV assigned the New Orleans areas, and Margaret, appointed to the Wichita, Kansas area, both will be serving as sun\- mer missionarfes for a ten-week period beginning June 8. They will do Bible School work,"camp work, census work, and will work in various Goodwill Centers. Earn- ing $25 a week, the girls will also receive their room and board free. When eafh 'gi...

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

Friday, May , 14, 1964 THE RAMBLER 147 Seniors To Graduate Page Seven Cotton, English-French; Miriam Jeannine Crili, English-history; Virginia W. Currie, English-his- tory; Tessie Ruth Dupree, sociol- 0'.;>-psych'ology; Sandra Sue Ford, speech-drama-English; Marie Wag- ner Franklin, elementary, educa- tion-art ; Brenda Joyce Harrison, English-mathematics; Linda Jo Hpndrick, English - French - soci- ology; Laura Lee High tower, ele- mentary education; Wanda Faye Hunsaker, English - Spanish - psy- chology; Christine Peterman Kail- strom, elementary education; Nancy Joan Kleibrink, English- physical education-French; Diane Melody Kollor, English-Spanish; Mary Susan ^a^sha, English-Spai>- ish; Delbert Earl McAmis, history- philosophy; Raul J. Mariquez, physical education-history; Dora Jeanette Miller, English-French; Cilia Oleva Oliphant, ^ English- French; • M;?f)el Moore Wjacoc^ elementary* educatio'n - histor.v; Adelia Hale Rabfne, English- French-history; James T. Reute- ler, ...

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

PageEJght J>£ THE RAMBLER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Ram Golfers Set to Host National Tourney After Winning Conference The regular season is already over for Texas Wesleyan's golf team, but the biggest challenge of the year is Still in the offing. The National Association of In- tercollegiate Athletics Tournament, the biggest event of the year as O. D. BOUNDS, veteran TWC golf coach, is currently making * arrangements for the upcoming NAIA ^tournament, to which TWC will be host. The Ram ^ coach is tournament director, as well as vice president of the NAIA Golf Coaches Association. He will assume the presidency of that group soon. Men Rate Class... (Continued from Page 3) initel'y "in6" with soft fronts on formal shirts and soft collars, too. An understated tucked shirt such as the Van Heusen "Debonair" is ■the most popular choice. This shirt's quick-change trick: buttons on a sepaivWtape that can be "removed to give a buy a chance to sljow-offfiis formal jewelry. Special t.ux trimmin...

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

VS/5sJLi Y4* JUDGE GEC Wf RAMBLE ft FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959/1962, 1963, 1964 <v- VOLUME 36 TEXAS WESLE'YAN CpLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS', FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1964 No. 27 FINAL EXAMINATIONS THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964 ALL EXAMINATIONS WILL BE GIVEN AT THE REGULAR CLASS PERIODS ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1964. NO" classes will meet on Friday, August 28. ALL grades for students, masters and bachelors, planning to graduate at the summer commencement should be filed in the Registrar's Office 9:00 a.m., Friday ^jtorning. ALL other grades should be filed in the Registrar's Office not later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, August 28. A copy of all final examination questions should be filed in the Dean's Office bv noon, Friday, August 28. L o * 'a ' • ♦ # ♦ ♦ ♦ BACCALAUREATE—August 23, 1964. Faculty members assemble in the Armstrong Library at 12:20 a.m. in academic regalia.' COMMENCEMENT—August 28, 1964, Faculty members assemble in the Armstrong Library at 7:30 p.m. in academic.regalia. Dr. John Gross...

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

Page Two THE RAMBLER Friday, August 21, 1964 Fri **tj fjati on J lAJorth lJ~oiind ^3n lAJorhincf In the old days (six or seven years ago), it used to be that students eagerly awaited the summer for the sole purpose of lounging around Ye Olde Swimming Hole in the bright sunlight, letting it turn them a deep purply red. Another purpose of this was eating, watching TV, lots of time for dating, and having fun in general. But we students of the modern age have turned our ideals to more construc- tive things. Most young adults now spend their summers working in hospitals, lifeguarding, working as camp coun- selors, promoting civil rights and their favorite presidential nominee, and going to school, among other summertime activities. We know that there are many useless fads and trends sweeping our country, but this is one that is becoming a stan- dard. and helps not only the. youth who, participate in these activities, but our country as well. We might say, in fact, that a country can be j...

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

Friday. August 21, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Three Y 'inie f]o3 .5or Sargent by Sargent Hill Put together an old bed spring, "a sprinkling can, clothed wring- . er, a trombone, a stuffed hawk, a phonograph, jiorn, a steamboat •whistle, a «ve3f*hei-vane and half a dummy dressed as a World War I soldier and what have you got? Ordinarily, a pile of jynk worth maybe six bucks. But, in Hollywood, it's probably the most spectacular prop ever to be used in a comedy, and Good Neighbor Sam is one of the most spectacular comedies around'! Now in- its second week at the Worth Theatre, the Columbia release stars Jack Lemmon in the title role, "ROmy Schneider, Dorothy bovine and guest star Edward G. Robin- son. Lemmon is the young adver- tising man whose wife lets him build junkmobiles . . . when he isn't busy posing as the husband of the girl next door! ThanKs. to the inventive genius of Hollywood special effects man Geza Gaspar, Lemmon's collection of $6.00 worth of junk is a cre- ative work of ar...

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

Page"Four THE RAMBLER Friday, August 21, 1964 \> a Recent Grads To Coach When Fall Term Opens Names, notes and quotes on TWC basketball: The Rams' two graduating sen- ior co-captains of last year — Buddy Graham and Pete Brown — will be sitting on the other side of the bench for the first time when basketball season rolls around again. Both have landed teaching- coaching positions beginning in September. Graham, a two-year letterman who made the second all-confer- ence team last year, is going to North Knox Consolidated School in Indiana' as assistant football &nd basketball coach. North Knox „ is near Vincennes, where Buddy played two yeai's of basketball at Vincennes Junior College b"efoi% transferring to TWC. Graham's • wife, Waneta, also will be teaching at North Knox. Brown, a three-year letter win- ner at TWC who won all-conference honors as a senior, has landed a job in the Dallas PuNlic School System. He will be teaching physi- cal education and supervising oth- er ath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

ongratulations Extended TWC ir75 Years of Progress Hi am HITECT'S DESIGN for the soon-to-be-erected Science Center to be located where Boar-Ben k Hall now stands. ^ breaking for the new million and a half dollar Science Center will begin. The science building has long been one of the most vital ■ __SL Press Club Open HoiHe Set Sept. 21 The O. O. Mclntyre Press Club FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MONDAY, SEPT. 13, 1965 I UME 39 NO. 1 I Hew Instructors Grace Campus; Icept Positions in Many Depts. 1 rtew teachers have been the Texas Wesleyan Col- uculty this year, two of aving been orfii-his campus in an entirely different that of student. . Hailey,- instructor of edu- o cation, received both his B.A. and M.E. degrees from TWC. A former teacher in the Fort Worth public and has girls. Rev. Robert Robertson, part- time instructor of Christian Edu- schools, he .is married one boy a set of twin red i (lent Sone UJefc ian^jEf omeS Ve l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

THE RAMBLER Monday, September Page Two emm an C. [). Cox Lxtendi % jUlShtcLih conic It is always a happy time when stu(,l nts and faculty gather at the beginning of a new school ye?r. Old friendships are renewed and new ones are begun. Plans for" the college year indicate that it will be the best in the history of Texas Wesieyan. New physical facilities and the fine group of fresh- men creates optimism in all of us. ? We welcome all students enrolled at Texas Wesieyan and I hope that 1 can meet each of you as soon as possible. J; E. Cox Dean Ucinclcih j^uin Costnn mc.s: ~*£)ra m a rJ^cjya Am ct i i J4,.d TWO WHEELBARROWS in a head-on collision? No, it's just the front lawn of the Rambler office, where construction equip- ment is evidence of the work now being done on Ann Hall. Slogan of S^udy Is* Do You Belong. Here? From The Editor's Desk by Trudy Marley .First of all,, I'd like to ail fish and transfer stui Vhe campus. I can sympathy .you fish, for I've known tiation well lor two ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

September 13, 1965 -X THt RAMBLER Page Three regil rm Mother, Mrs. Brown, Bids rewell to Boaz and Her Boys leaves homo ti/jftrown's husband, Rev Pqt Brown, •iIt- :e and mils' say w ho died in 1.960, had been .t Meih- • hiS ! > < i it he!". Rut. for mlist minister in the Central Texa> • i i'rown. h's right the C'onforchi'c for 25 years. ■ ■ she is a mother say- During her fmjr years here at ... in her 25 I'm•>•- vTWC, Mrs:Brown has become . , Mr* Brown for the last known to students" and faculty . - hns be^n dorm mother alike, and everyone has lost a old Boaz-Benbrook Hall, dear friend by her departure. Mrs. a she must leave, to make Brotvn, whose last day in Boaz the new science building, was Sept. 1. is now teaching the / will Ire torn down with- Second grade at Snow Heights next few weeks • Elementary School in the Bird- Browft took the job of hos- ville District. the'Tall of 1961, when Rev. Mrs. Brown has other deep- rooted ties to TVVC too. She start- ed her educatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

Page Four ftSli&IttSSS THE RAMBLER Monday, September ' ^ V IW Vandals Destroy Speech Costumes Vandals broke into Ann Hail Dormitory in August, causing an estimated $1200" in damages" to speech department costumes stor- ed on the second floor. Most of the costumes came from the Margo Jones collection in Dal- las. Some of them are the persoimi property of Mason Johnson, chair- man of the TWC speech depart- ment. These costumes have been used in plays, operas and musicals at TWC. Loc ks on the doors did not, pre- vent the vandals from entering and pulling costumes on the floor, rippling many. ■ With the aid of a can of black paint,'obscene words and parts of boys' names were inscribed on the wails. I Attention: All class'and club reporters. Any stories written for your class or organization must be turned in to the editor in the Rambler office by each Thurs- day afternoon at 3 p.m. in or- der" to be printed in the follow- ing Tuesday edition of thfe' Rambler. Stories should be type...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

Dtember 13, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page F<ve 7/„ izj me. Ronnie & Danny McCoy . This column is (1 in a weekly series of iBmbler's amusement section pi by ,he Bro,hers McCoy. poses . . . enty Olympics with a first place tro- phy in "swing." . . . Jetting in from Nassau, before returning to New York, octat^Wv'— ■ • ■ entertainment Cleo Tuley Mopped by for a re- , 0 ■ ..round town critiques union visit with TWC director Ma- ,f-eview> . . . personalities, son Johnson. Miss Tuley w Mr. a ..9 * * Johnson's.agent for a time in New ate '11 v~ our summer vacation York while he was appearing pro- 'WiB' 1 sun'3urne^ memory, fessionally. She also managed areerH •' s;\(' farewell and take, actress Carol Cook, who is playing jH at the end of the ,"snails "Hello Dolly" in Australia and ack fine. Yes, it is time film star Marion Brando. 'in to arm ourselves with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Garrett : i> climbing textbooks hosted a small dinner party for •* relentlessly on toward- Miss Tuley at thei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

Jf;?, Page Si THE RAMBLER Monday. Sgpte S&- *"£. Vf ••' ••;'•'••'••• ■ ; ■.,• •• ... cim fraternity wound up a |,>usy summer and are ready to begin a busy fall by sponsoring the school- •owide Howdy Dance tonight at 7:30 in the SUB. The Court Jesters will provide music and refreshments will be served. t\ r> Two main activities highlighted DD's summer months. At the first, of the summer the club enjoVed a U ' swimming party at the Berry Pool. Then at the close of the summer, the members and their dates at- tended a beach party at Casino Beach at Eagle Mountain Lake. „ Several other- "major events which took place this summer were the marriages of three DD's • REEL McCOYS (Continued from Page 5) - at 4745 East Lancaster is ready to introduce TWC students to their large ^supply of musical instru- ments, reams of sheet music and a huge volume of records which range from "Little Richard Is Back" to "The Care and Feeding of Your Pet." Adrian Watts and Rusty Brown have been in ch...

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