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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1952

i 1 t WITH LES BROWN First All-School Street Dance Scheduled on Campus Friday by lVon Martin McMurry Indians all over the Reservation will be put- ting on their dancing mocca- sins Friday night as the big All-School Street Dance un- recls in the thoroughfare just north of the rubble of the Student Life Center. I.i's llrown and his Hand of Renown wan formcrl) scheduled lo pla In the Center Ballroom hut a blast l the Center last id If lit has put c cry one "out In I hi' street." Mrs. Andrew W. Rockover popular director ol social activities rainr up with the street ilnnri liH'a after a meeting with her social council this morning. Members of that committee arr Mary Ann llud-illi-slon Ona Belle True Rudd) Dulln Ka Matthews and Doris M. Johnson. Repot ts .no tint the change in plans will make the dance biggct than evot since mole eouples e.n l)i' placed on the itanec tlooi V.i- nous types ot lefreshments will he on tap thtoughout the evening. Highlight of the night will he two floor rath...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1952

SPUING (K1I WORKOI'TS It's "knockinR heads a plenty" wlion the rugged Indian jjriddera have an intrasquad practice Kumc. Lnat wool? the Hods whipped the Whites 94-2 in a close one. Here we see Hirhard Baron plowing the line as Charies Beene Wayne Parker and Buddy McKecvcr hang on. Team- mates .lames Wayne Loval Sparks Billy Bob Bolin and Milton Nunnallee move in to help as Ralston Bruce (foreground) lies down for a "cat-nap." Sixty Grid men Report For Spring Workouts "I pi edict mil' nl tho gleitest loot lull squads 'ti I ho hisloty of Mi'Mllll) College" Tli.it wis a st itcnient by be nl fii ii'li Bobhv Lee Caitct .is lie glumes n the gi.diiou l.i't viik .uul saw some 1)0 hustling Iiuliius puticipating in spimg tl.aimng "Of course we w'.ll oi hin- dered It) the In- or Little All- Amrrlrn Dcchcr.l Itirncs and Richard Huron but such trams as Tas t'nlvcrslt) Texas Christian Tennessee anil Texas McM Wrestlers To Battle Moscow Tbi' vviestling li'.ini from tin Ittuvers.ty of Moiow will co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 April 1952

F ill H FOUNDER'S DAY PASSES Founder's Day at McMurry College passed Saturday with the various traditional observ- ances. Wah Wahtaysees women's service organization started it off with a pilgrimage to the grave of the founder and first president of McMurry Dr. J. W. Hunt. Ida Mae Keith Wah Wahtaysee prexy is shown above by plaque in Hunt Memorial library which commemorates Dr. Hunt. Exes Students on Hands At 13th Founders Day Groups of exes as well as stu- dents participated in the observa- tion of Founder's Day at McMurry Saturday. The Wah Wahtaysees wom- rn'n service organlatlon Martini It off In the morning with their annual pilgrimage to the grave of Dr. !. W. Hunt founder anil Foundation Shows Movie Tonight Colleen Townsend young Holly- wood actress who renounced a promising screen career in order to enter full time Christian work stars in the new religious color nim "Lord of All" to be shown in the auditorium of the Student Life Center at 7 p.m. tonight. Filmed on the campus ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 April 1952

Page 2 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP 'EVENING OF ENCHANTMENT' THEME OF ANNUAL GAMMA SIGMA BANQUET Right y members pledges and guests of Gamma Sigma entered the "enchanted" ballioom of the Woolen Hotel Saturday night Aptil 5. The theme of the hanqupl "An Kvcnlng of Knchnntmont" was carried out In the dornratlve scheme of the banquet. Guests entered thr ballroom through mi archway en t Mined with flow- ers. In ono corner of the room whs an old fashioned wrought iron I me seat and a winning well In which worn placed pastel hou- tonnlcrcs. Pink trellises along one wall wore adorned with l and running roses. The opposite wall was the site of a medieval castle which was also pastel pink. The other end of the hall room was transformed Into a rose arbor. Black and silvei columns fes- tooned with rosea walked a path through the arbor. To enc side stood a laige silver trie also adorned with flowers. The floor was covered with a carpeting of green glass. Small pink and blue trees lined the walls. Silv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 April 1952

The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Director Adorns Appears In 'Merchant of Venice' Deputation Teams Are Extra-Active of Late Friday April 111952. It Isn't often a dlicctnt gets into his own play but Kill Adama head or the speech department and dlrectoi of McMurry Theatre will be doing Just that when the "Merchant of Venice" unreels May 1 and 2. rC Eat With Us ' No Fuss! Big Chitf Cafe 1107 Sayles Jrty lwl THURSDAY and HIIDAY APIIl 10-11 It Oarcay and Mw towtry aay LET'S GO NAVY SATURDAY AKIL 11 Jwi Mall HURRICANE ISLAND aim Tim Hall In HOT LEAD SUNDAY and MONDAY APIIl IS 14 Frtdrlc March Martha Scan ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN WMMMMgMMMMMMMMMiaUUlMMM Jmetro THEATER : Plfl 17M tUTTIINUT PHONI 4-W1S H TUISDAY and WtDNtSDAY I Q AMU 1-9 I D Dan Martin I 1mm Uwli I Right -Way Laundry BEN H. GRAY Manager "You Can't Go Wrong the Right-Way" 609 Oak Street Abilene Texas T. G. CARTER'S SERVICE STATION for Friendly Courteous Service 14th & SAYLES SOUTH TEXAS Gjtjuithtna- -"TO BUILD anything 1102 Oak Street ABILE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 April 1952

Page 4 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP TX(f Q$(2faut' There's something about Easter that has an appeal of rev- erence to practically everyone. Many people know little more about it than that it signifies the resurrection of Christ and still more folks have no idea of the origin of Easter. Celebrated generally in Christendom since the second cen- tury Easter is a movable feast and its occurrence governs the dates of the preceding Lent and the festivals following it. It was long observed as a special time for baptism for the recon- ciliation of penitents and the release of prisoners for the dis- tribution of alms and for offerings to the clergy. Since the eighth century in Western Christendom Easter day has been celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon or after the 14th days of the moon following March 21. Thus it cannot fall before March 22 nor after April 25. Origin of the word Easter meanwhile has been commonly accepted to be a derivation of Eastre or Eostre the name of a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 April 1952

Page 5 SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Friday April 11 1952. b Juniors Lead League With Nrxt games to be played in the nion's intt annual basketball will be nftet I he Eastot hulid lys Thutsday Apiil 17 Ko Siiii B vs. IHK B IHR A vs Klsh nnd Ko Sari A vs. Klv.i. Tlie games that wete scheduled foi last Kiiduy night weie post- poned because of the absence of Women'slntramural Softball Begins Women's " intiamural Softball st;u ted this week and two games me to be played this afternoon. Kappa Phi meets President Chcro- tkees nnd Delta Beta takes on pTown-Boyce. Two fames weie played Monday but results were not known at ptess time. Women's golf tournament start- ed Monday with 20 entties. It will be a double elimination one ac- cording to Miss Mary Lee Rabke. head of women's intramurals. Mel .lowell head of men's intra- Sports Pow-Wow By Scott Brookshire McMURRY Rets its first look at its own track team when the Redmcn play host to a four school mcist today. Those who were in- vited are Abilene Chr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 April 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday April 11 1952. Weekly Devotional By Thoir Fruits YShallKnowThm Wo hear the phrases so often to- day: "Well what's the world com- ing to! or "What will they think of next." We are greatly disturbed by world conditions and are anxious about tomorrow. Our world is in a turmoil but how did it get that way ? Someone maybe you has for- gotten that these are the fruits of willful beings just as wc are. If our world Is a mess someone has prayed or task equal to their powers and not powers equal to their task. Someone has forgotten that the world has no better meas- uring stick than the fruits pro- duced; whether these fruits by national economic social local or personal in nature. It should pose a very definite challenge to every one of you who carry the banner of Christ to know that you are to be known by your fruits. This should be our commission our charter and our motto in life. The shoes of the world today are not too big for Christian youth to fill. They ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 April 1952

Student Support Makes Campus Revival 'Success' MeMuny's Youth Kcvlvnl closed Wednesday night April 9 with n I'umniunloii service mid the final dedication service. A movie "Lotd of All" wax shown. . Actual tervlre for the ri'lvnl began the preceding I'rhlny with tht Rev. II. ('. Adair pant or of Abilene') Orescent Heights Meth- Deats Re-elected Foundation Proxy Richard Dents wns re-elected ns president of Christlitn Foundation Inst week nfter serving ns picsl- dent the lust semester of this your. I'RR' Whttson wns elected to serve ns the now vice-president 0 nud Hope Medina holds the office of secretary for next year. James Klrby will nssume the duties of treasurer. Chairmen of the various commis- sions were elected ns follows: Dep- utation Orlle White; Worship oris M. Johnson; Recreation J. K. Fowler; Community Service Bert Affleck; World Friendship Willetta Hill; Publication Mary Archer; Literary Chairman Bar- bara Jochetz; Pianist Myrln Hol- . comb; sour leader Hetshel Homer For t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 April 1952

mmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Page 2 EDITORIAL Campus-Site The WAR WHOOP Friday April 26 1952. by Will White the War Whoop Entered at tecond clan matter Aufjutt 27 1923 at the Pott Office at Abilene Tenot. under Act of March 3 1879 Publlthod weekly during the tchool year Sep- tember through May incept lor ttoted vocation perlodi by the ttudentt ol McMurry College Abilene Tenui. The WAR WHOOP It a member ot the Teiat Intercollegiate Pratt Alteration and the At. toclated Collegiate Prett. Subtcrtptlon Price l Per Ytar I 'QaPHiW'. t &4U$t Student' &ued It is my duty to respect my college my reputation and myself. I should at all times be honest and fair with my colleagues and instiuctors as I expect them to be honest and fair with me. I should like to think of my school with loyalty speak if it with praise and to act always as a custodian of its good name. It is my obligation to be a booster not a knocker; a pusher not a kicker; a motor and not a clog. 1 should strive to base my expec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 April 1952

Friday April 26 1952. The WAR WHOOP Page 3 m HHHkF " .iwygMBB I Mm JUST LIKK THK CIRCUS The McMurry Indian Band be- came the recent recipient of a rare instrument in college band circles a calliope. Pictured behind the "circus organ" shortly after the presentation are left to right: Director Raymond T. By num. President Harold G. Cooke and Ocie Hunt the donor. Bonnie Boyd is seated at the keyboard. According to all available information no other college or university band owns such an instrument. Tribe Band to Perform For Stamford Methodist Under the direction of Raymond T. Bynum members of the Mc- Murry Indian Band will appear in concert at the St. John's Meth- odist Church in Stamford Sunday evening. The band will Rive the regular program at the womhlp service anil will also provide the enter- tainment for the meeting of the MethoillMt Youth Fellowship. Servando Trevino at the xylo- phone and Gary Zook on the saxo- phone will be the featured soloists at the MYF meeting. For the Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 April 1952

Page 4 SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Friday April 26 1952. Sports Pow-Wow By Scott Brookshire 01.R MAN WEATHER made n monkey mt "f the War Whoop lust week when he let It turn off too cold for that four-school track meet that was to be held here. Chinees ate that It may be run off in the first week of May but that is not official. Most of the schools involved have a full sched- ule until the time for summer vacation. As for the local squad they have an open date this week end. LEATHER REALLY popped when the "Reds" and "Whites" clashed in the spring training fi- nale last Tuesday afternoon. Coach Moore divided the squad which fought a faiily even battle with the Whites coming out on top by a score of 13-7. For the main pait of the game it was a test of de- fensive skill with both sides show- ing promise in this department. Some standout play on defensive was shown by several players. Bill Cantwell transfer from Hender- son Junior College put on a fine :ihow in the tailback position. At guard s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 April 1952

W McM HSU Host Annual Region 1 1 Band Festival The fllst of about HOOO West Texas high school iiiul Jiinlot high li mil students ;ii lived on the Mc Mm ty campus ycsteidiy for the :i mini VJnlvetslty Intcrseholnstle 1-'ignc Mu-ie Competition festival Region II to L'ontlune mcetlm; tod.iy M'Muuy along with Hiuiln- W Simmons Unlveislty l.s hosting the Miiiu il meeting with Riymond T. Mvnuin Mi'Miuiy hind dlucpir seiving nr dlteetoi on the Resci- vition. A totil ol fi!l binds have been mi the two rumpuses the pist two day. Thnty-slx of the gioups h ie liecn meeting nt McMurry. The festival Is divided Into thioe dlili'H'iit divisions: concert playing matching and sight reading. At the conclusion of these contests each bund will be given a rating ot fiom one to Ave. The conceits being played at McMuiry arc being held nt Radfoid Memoiial Student Life Centoi while nt HSU the site is Behrens Chapel. Matching contests are be- ing conducted at the HSU stadium Admission prices for conceits is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 April 1952

Page 2 SOCIETY The WAU WHOOP TIP Pledges Presented At Formal Garden Party Klght sptlng pledges or TIP ucic fm m illy piesented last night in Hit" Kock Oat den to the faculty .idniiiilMi.illiin other social club member of McMutty Mini the pledges' p.HCIltS In ii setting nf Japanese Ian- Irrns mill spring flowers thr pledges walked to the center ill thr bridge where they were an- tuiiiiirc.l b lllll Wanc Nlssnn dull sweetheart. They were then 1 1 if I l Ihelr escorts. Kii'li pledge rait lol a .single rose liitl with i Unions ol black and white I he club colot s. The progr.un consisted of musi- c il selections played by Anne Clink vocals by Bobby Boyd and a t ip tontine by students of Doro- thy Botkln's Dance Studio. Mm. Boh Martin ami Mrs. rare Wilcox served as hostesses in the absence of Miss Willie Mae TIP Picnics at Lake Brownwood Members pledges and their dites journeyed to Lake Brown- wood for their annual picnic Sat- in day. Most of the group left that morning about 10 o'clock a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 April 1952

Friday April 25 1952. Stnior Day Events Include Breakfast Cisco Lake Picnic A btcakfast at the Wooten Ho tel began the activities Tuesday foi the scnlois. Senior Day an annual ttadttlon at MeMuny Includes a bieiklaHt a dupcl program glv- e'i In thcit honoi and an elimina- tion of clauses fot their picnic The chipel program given by the Junior class Included the class wills and vatlous numbers of en- let taiumcnl with Ken Wyatt serv- ing as niastci of ceremonies. After chapel the scniois Join- neyed to Lake Cisco for a picnic which included the noon meal and afternoon recreation such as base- bill volleyball and hiking. Fiank Knopp is president of the class Bonnie McDonald is vice- president and Betty Stephens sec-letaiy-tteasuier. Weekly Devotional ) Shake a Hand; Make a Friend I wish to recall to you the story of Lydia the seller of purple and the apostle Paul concerning their first encounter. Paul was accus- tomed to finding his own lodging during his travels and first re- jected ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 April 1952

j. SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Sports Pow-Wow by Will White MeMURRY CINDERMEN have two minor meets on tab during the next week .it least at press time Miih was the case. The athletic department has planned an intra- c.ty tri-mect with Abilene Chris- tiin and Hatdin-Slmmons and an- other fray involving the three me itlnned schools and Texas Tech VeJnesdiy. It's fun predicting so today ACC's B te.im should come Local Track Site Of Practice Meets McMurrys' cinder track In Mated to be the Mite of two practice meets during the next week. The Indians are due to tangle with Abilene Christian and Har-dln-Slmmons today in an Intra- city round and Wednesday a quadrangular meet will add Texas Tech to that group for a more Important fray. The meet with ACC HSU and Tech was scheduled April 9 but was calltd off because of cold weather. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS representative Joln Polk 382 P.ne Phone -1-4900 BAACK'S Fry's McMurry Grocery & Market 1 GROCERIES MEATS PRODUCE f SOUTH 14th ft SAYLES Page...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 April 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday April 25 1952. ! ! ! ! Indianaires to Sing At SminoE Affair Indlinalres Cl.antct men's quir- let will go to Seminole today with Oordon Bennett McMurry vice- president. Mr. Bennett Is to pea) nt a banquet given by the Meth- odist Church in hniiui of the r.Milots The quartet is made up or Unt- old Mucker .lames Bell. Bill Oeron aul ClilTotd ILill. adjSfe C. M. PRESLEY Jeweler 209 Pine METRO THEATER! 1716 IUTTMNUT PHONI 4-W35 H ! FRIDAY Anil M B MARK OF 8 THE RENEGADE B tlcardo Mantalbon N : rA rki... N COIOI 1Y TICKNICOIOR N SATURDAY. APRIL 16 rlan OonUvy Olg Yftvng In SLAUGHTER TRAIL plul Johnny Walwnulltr Shtlla Ryan In JUNGLE MANHUNTS SUNDAY MONDAY APRIL 37-11 Randolph Scott MAN IN THE SADDLE COIOR IY TICHNICOIOR LONE STAR Fine Dairy Products T. G. CARTER'S SERVICE STATION for Friendly Courteous Service Hth&SAYLES Clokr Cablo N Avo Ooidnof R aanaaanaaaaaaaanKianaa L0NGH0RN Tv X f ATCkrfJ '.' PROP Ak. fflioNoiioRN l4Jda "wtBJak wEumuUIumIMi vmr LdXlpM...

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

McMurry Publications Sweep Honors at Press Convention i i .H jm k iaaaLisEX Isfj& KDITORS SPONSOR EYE IjOOT War Whoop Editor Will White editor-elect Scott Brookshire and publications sponsor Frances Hynds seem well pleased with the results of the recent TIPA contests. The college newspaper received the pictured plaque for copping first place in the "B" division and McMurry entries accounted for eight other places witnessed by the certificates. WAR WHOOP the Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday Head Cheerleader Ehrle Names Two Assistants Sonny Ehrle head cheerleader- elect for 1952-53 has announced Ken Wyatt and Will White as his two assistants in that department. Ehrle junior from Chlldreos served as an assistant under Ed- die Hill In 1951-52 and the first term of his junior season trans- ferred to the Naval Academy at Annapolis. While there he acted as freshman yell-leader and took care of the Navy goat tradi- tional mascot. Wyatt junior from Stephenville also has e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1952

the War Whoop Entered at itcond clait mailer Augutt 57 1993 al the Poll Office at Abilene letat under Act of March 3 1879 Publiihtd weekly during thi tchool ytat Sap terber through May ecept (or dated vacation period by the itudenti of McMurry College Abilene leiut the WAR WHOOP It a member of the Texoi Intercollegiate Preu Attociatlon and the At octated Collegiate Preu Subicription Price $1 Per Year Page 2 - - H EDITORIAL Campus-Site by Will White 'I he WAR WHOOP Fnday May 2 1952. Oily Iumx 74eelU et tt W 7 4Uf With only two weeks left before this college year draws to a close it's so easy to dream of the things you wish you'd done and those things you wish you'd left undone. Maybe two weeks is an awfully shoit time but may not be too late to correct some things Remember the people we have treated shabbily all year? Just a "hello" or a smile can make anyone feel better. After two weeks of practicing this habit ol speaking to everyone you meet fust thini you know it will be a natura...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1952

1 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP SOCIAL WHIRL Kiva Ko Sari Delta Beta Initiate Spring Pledges As the college year ncars its close the social clubs are begin- ning1 to receive their pledges Into the club as members Three clubs have already initiated their pledges into membership. KIVA Kiva's 15 spring pledges were formally received into the club Monday night and after the in- fotmal Initiation Wednesday be- came official members. They were: Joe Craft. David Hamblin Ken Wyatt. Otis Ratllff. Don Rowland. -433 C. M. PRESLEY Jeweler 209 Pine For Fast and Efficient SHOE REPAIR Take Them to BROWN'S Shoe Service 1135 North 2nd Fine Dairy Products i L0NGH0RN 1 ' W28r LONGHORN Right -Way Laundry BEN H. GRAY Manager "You Can't Co Wrong the Right-Way" 609 Oak Street Abilene Texas Page 3 Friday May 2 1952. Sonny Ehrle Durwood Nele Tioy Pamcll David Stephens Morris Haitgraves Billy Martin Oene Marcum Billy Geron Troy Boone and Ralph McNecly. KO SARI Membership which lasted for only two days was granted to...

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