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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

V September 13. 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Seven Ward To Speak , j | rotestant Men I'iiliam A. Ward, Assistant |i'resident of TWC, will He led - as a itietr leader in >n at First Presbyterian 'Tins meeting is being con- s' the Protestant Men of " rth on Tuesday, Septem- at 7:30 p.m. in Hickman the church. topic of discussion will life Ihristian's Calling" which is [• '/.'?tudy Theme. : her guest leader will be lies D. Wvker of Berea. TWC Student Receives Posthumous B.A. Degree IV BEFORE AND AFTER. This is one side of Ann Hall as it looked before a remodeling job covered its red brick walls with ivory paint. ?5!>vernment Grants Available Now r Academic Study Next Year Srh ft tnd ! ted ;mic ty. ;r, p is Ml'J )dis; j natil Mora st SI '<i iij 1M| ort arshl Me| )f a iodii Suri knowledge and skills. , idates who wish to apply is« mac :rd must be U. S. eitteens MP* time of application and 5sS ve > bachelor's degree or its M • I.ice of tire host country. aniaS iwiel The Institute of ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1965

V"v .*3 the ramb er Paqe, Eight i ■ Monday. Septe- r.e-- Ram Basketball Schedule RAM BOOSTER CLUB OFFICERS for the coming year are, left to right: John Maddux, president; i.4S. Lewis, vice president; Bill Ramsey, secretary, and O. D. Bounds, treasurer. Ram lagers Collaborate With Cook Before First Chalk Talk of Season Members of the 1965-66 Ram Basketball team checked in to the campus over the week-end and were given a welcoming party by Coach Klmer Hanetfatt an<? his wife at their residence. The basketball players and sev- eral other guests were treated to a barbecue chicken and baked ham dinner by the Hanebutts Sunday evening. Others on hand included assis- tant coach. Dick Allie, a TWC stu- denl who will be making his debut in the coaching ranks this season. Allie will assist Coach Hanebutt and handle the junior varsity team. Dr. Klaude Kendrfck, chairman of TWC's athletic committee, and his wife also attended. -V Q Most of the Ram players have spent the summer in Fort Worth, ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1965

Dd Wd am \Vd Anfi vetf wi It m I'! Wij I Hoi wil!| I ysc VSLIX4* fon *> THE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962,. 1963, 1964 B&xa ALL AMERICA CITY POin WOWTH, TULA ft \ HIT WOtTM, TUJ mi i 139 TEXAS WESIEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH TEXAS, TUESDAY. SEPT. 21, 1965 NO. 2 gistration Ends ith 12% Increase istration has ended with slejari College boosting t" enrollment in its hts- Imately 1775 students on- pr\VC during the two-day1 bn period, Sept. 13-14,•• g late registration. This around a 200 person in- ef last year's figure, or itely 12%. . • hundred freshmen enroll- by, «Sept. 13, making that largest of the four classes lalists Start House Todgy > the time for all good to the Publications :>use sponsored by the m department. This is ling exercise but an invi- r you to drop whatever ing and rush over to see tys especially created for [■day open house. tO editor Jack Stuleville pibled annuals printed at editor Trudy Marley Jtant editor Cheryl Stin- j show back-stacks of j ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1965

Tuesday, Septe- RAMBLER Page Two ^Jia lf-^Jiea rted 3n i tuition ? juniors •!IhinL o Although just bahes-out-of-anns from the time when we freshmen received the lavish attention of the sophomores, and when we, as sophomores, lavished our attention on the fish, we find that in our old age as juniors, we wish that this'year's freshmen and sophs could only see how our lni- tiation was rim. The sophs of our day really* could run it, and us, too. - * Firmly believing that college years linger forever in one's memory, so it will be that we,will,neves forget our initiation. As we look back on it only two years later, it is remembered as exciting and fun-filled. The meekness with which freshman girls entered the classrooms minus make-up is a big laugh to us pow, although it pained us considerably at the time. Those trips to the fish pond, our bibles becoming ragged and our proud beanies crumpled and multi-colored with cray- on were a way of life for six weeks. No one in oto^fish group felt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1965

s September 21, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Three ->udl years! tool I • '* '*' * . ■i KaHSii m % J# m X I! RAH! RAH! — Polytechnic Methodist Church echoed with enthusiasm as the Class of '69 gath- for its first meeting. The Ram Cheerleaders led the fish in a rousing rally to prepare them for first encounter with the mighty sophomores. During the meeting the various division chair- were introduced and later the fish toured the campus. >wder Puff Game Will Climax leek of Fish Activities Friday pr a week filled \vith physical treatocl freshmen have only four studying was done last week, the self-pity, brainwashing, more days left in the most glorious first week of school was extreme- Rental cruelty, the poor mis- days of their lives. Although little ly active for the fish. "Blue Monday" Was also regis- tration day for the fish, who man- aged to close out a few choice courses. Tuesday the "fish" were treated to a tour of the city. Hos- tess Linda Dorough had to deal with -three overflow...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1965

HHHOT PBBBBBH I Page Four THE R A MBJJER Tuesday. Septembe 40 Students To Tead In Public Schools Soi Forty TWC student teachers will "begin student teaching in public schools Sept. 27. They will teach from eight to sixteen weeks, depending on w he- ther they arc also takfnfe courses at TWC. If they are teaching full- time, taking no Courses, they will complete their teaching in eight . weeks. „ v Divided into three groups, 20 of the 40 are in the elementary edu- cation division; 12 in secondary SCHOOL STARTS — AncJ, so does Student Teaching! Dr. Omega Nicholson, associate professor in the education department, gives students instructions about student teaching which begins Sept. 27. * " * ' ' , " 1 .> -l Club News Clubs on Campus Hold Meetings* To Plan Year Full of Activities SEA Tonight The National Student Education Association holds its annual "Get- Acquainted" meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Methodist, Student Movement Building. SEA is the national profession- Sakkara Sak...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1965

September 21, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Five 5L KJ WIcCo Ronnie & Danny McG«y °'t i ER becia lere 16 ird's ' ha\! ■July (land f beloi ml lei 000 cub! only « but |{ lis avil guarflfll y staticr : iiit| ifj* OMl ' n UBM j aq 'oafl j.i|deiSl clapuj j sra past few days of quiet on with our new expensive oks have been shattered iletiee-piercing screams of Square that Beanie." . . . hers, Fish and button up." Id fish" and ttie ewr-popu- We Love Soph-O-Mores." e are indeed trying times r newly arrived' freshmen , Some of these fish have to be true performers in fields of entertainment, re lucky enough to 0cateh f the Sophomore inspired is at last Wednesday "All school picnic." [found Fish Murphey and itockton wallowing around the grass. We questioned them y said they were "soaking ;ers" for ^Sophomores. Fish Hjlockton was also seen with t red slip showing-at the of her dress. This scrawny- re a sign saying. * ryingto.give Miss Dorough $! ' At home in the placid iters of the -fish pond was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1965

<9 V- Page Six THE RAMBLER Intramurals Program Revamped Draft Basis Issued for Players This year the intramural pro-, gram has .been revamped ami giv- en a new style geared for expan- sion. Some of the. more important changes deal with the organiza- tion of the teams. Teams are no longer organized according to classification. In- stead, they are to be set up on the draft basis with students of all classifications being on each team. The progranj has planned the draft system to work on a point basis, with pjayecs' classifi- cation being worth a certain num- ber of points and his skill in the sport worth so many more. Captains of the teams are not necessarily the student elected I' M officers. Each person interested in becoming a captain must fill oyt^t captain's application form. There will be as many captains chosen as needed- This has been designed to give all players the opportunity of plajsng as riluch bail as pos- sible. «• In addition, the "players must sign an entry form fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1965

V*lUv i %• THE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964. 11 ftVI Hi AMERICA CITY port wo«rn. TUAi TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE. PORT WORTH, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT. 26 1965 NO. 3 In the 1 jtay Wi whiclf |. Any j Budtj It. ■ V m : • • -v. •* v. Freshmen To Be Honored At Saturday Night Dance The annual Inter-sororitj,-Inter- of TVVCs social clubs ai TWC. fraternity dance will be held in the Men's social fraternities are Ilio- costal Ballroom " of the Hotel tus Duodecim and Sakkara. Autiss, Texas on October 2, front 8 :(X) up,- Deka and Entra Amis are wom- til 11:00 p. frt. Ted Gober and his band will pro- vide music for the evening. The dance is sponsored by the-; Inter-sororitv and Inter-fraternity Councils. These councils are com- posed of representatives from all -!"S' A jlSH, COME HERE. An engineering sophomore puts the on Thursday, September 23. The initiators and their ftuches on Fish Morris, as the annual Soph-Fish Picnic began the ceremony at the Fish Pond and ended in re Park. —Phot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1965

(p ■lulu i.ftwurowoiMWiMi'rC'fMW'i* t- "'*=0 T H E N RAMBLER tuesdav Septe ici t J,' 14 me r nanism 7 He yells for the government to and think the food is good. balance the budget and then takes An American will Work hard on the last dime he has to make the a farm so he can move into town down payment on his car. He where he can make enough money whips the enemy nation and- then so he can move back to .the farm, gives-'em the .shirt off his back. He yells for speed laws t hat ,will stop fast driving, and then won't buy a car if it won't make 100 miles an hour. „ An American gets scared to death if we vote a billion dollars for education—but he's cool as a cucumber when he finds* out we're spending three billion dollars a year on smoking tobacco. He gripes about the high prices of things he has to buy, but gripe,s still more about the low prices of things he ha? to sell. He knows the line-tip'of every baseball team in the American and National League—and doesn't know half the words i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1965

September 28, 1965 THE RAMBLER Pag e Three 'he IDesl prley HI laney 3Ut r* lull Irking 1 I I I )t «y I IstudrrJ K' S06! ,ergl t rees^ ► ke havj Pin? whiriil il is J I extra j are) le then ii losai ckets ; lid left! jiji forf ind a si late ti.' j ?nts an exjral lee for] lare cm I've haj (he tres I seems I . earth! abou'J Jn they! the I I ones i luildinej luld thi jiildingi [■a, fori ence tcl 10 neecl attenT le Artl 'W Alumni Director Has Love |r Cooking, Writing, Counseling by Trudy Marley Rambler Edifor •m an artistic family ■ d Mrs. Hallie Dozier ■ parity of crcativeness, i alii*: in the home and pretty" dishes ifor her i Dozier, who was just re- timed by President Uw L-. the new executive direc- ihe Alumni Association, ad- int her first love is home- She is happiest when she phere of the campus leaves its warm signature on everyone as- sociated with the school. Her feeling for the spiritual at- mosphere •g'-^Jiili.V'r than just school, for she is very active in the work of First M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1965

Tuesc^ , Septe SEA Kicks Off Year; Press Club Hosts Fifty * ' * * * . SEA Sigma Alpha lota The Student Education Associa- An informal luncheon was -prd- «%on held its annual "Get Acquaint- vided for the members of Sigma ed Meeting" in the MSM building Alpha' Iota Sept. 14. on Sept. 21. SAI welcomed new music stu- Each member was given a name dents with a tea in the blue room of the fine arts "auditorium Sept. 22. Women's Recreation Association. The Woman's Recreation Asso- ciation will host women students with a coke party at. 4:30 p. m. Wednesday in the Boaz Student Center. | , ' Members will inform those in- terested in the club of its purpose and it's 'schedule of Coming events. International Club « The International Friendship As- sociation vvHl have its weekly lun- cheon today in the cafeteria at 1 p.m. The first business meeting will be tonight in room 32. The purpose of the meeting will be to elect officers for this semester. Dr. Joe Mitchell, one of the club's sponsors, will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1965

?ptember 28, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Five IOUA lido ; ter< U ThJ TVVC [ ht-0 | | t their . held j I j pf ormal j heir das |Park. S) in a I hunt. |be roasq |sire a i Ind will| Is. gn| 11966. m [CIAL! (at. Noon I l^ys ke Worrt| |Hv -ii tej mc, Ronnie & Danny McCoy this column. Read on. f entertainment and lovie Dept. Last week' j^ssip. facts, and "funnie*" . . . Speech teacher Cecil Cole ,:5ii s which we offer for -4s really looking forward to some h.ntr pleasure within the "live wires" in his lighting and sound lab. He is the only lab offered in the college that can truly give a student a "charge." . . . One of the nicest guys in our latest Rock Hudson campus i-- Jack Raley of the main /ery Special Favor, and tenarfte department. Jack, is the rery disappointed. The watchman who checks the build- in color, had eye-pleas- ings on his rounds till the wee . good cast, but. it fell hours every night. He often drops the story division. The in on a late night rehearsal in the nters (pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1965

Page Six THE RAMBLER Youth Plus Height Characterize 1965-66 Basketball Edition Youth and height will be tvyo of the most dominate characteristics of the 1965-66 edition of the Texas Wesleyan basketball team. "We have more overall height than any team since I've" been at TWC," says coach Elmer Hanebutt, whQ, is in his 10th season as the Ram boss. To back up his statement, the coach can point at Russell Golden (the tallest of the Rams at 6-6), Jerry Turner and Pete Nelson (both 6-5), Tommy Wendorf (6- 4%), Bill Robinson, Ronnie Eades and Mike price (all 6-4), and Gary Haub (6-3). j;' That leaves the trip of outstand- ing lettermen guards—L a r r y Phelps, Russ Barrick and David Weber—as the "little men" of the team. Phelps .is 6-£, Barrick is 6-1, and Weber is the only player un-- der 6 feet at 5-11. a Despite the stature of the lat- ter trio, however, they stand tall in the plans of coach Hanebutt. All three are terrific outside shoot- ei's and will be relied on to lead the Rams' fas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

> THE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 mfiii ALL AMERICA Cmf WOffTK, TL14I W 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT 5. 1965 NO. 4 die Hawkins Day Hits! ssembly Highlights Doin's lisy Mae's Line Up >r the 'Great Race' ly Cheryl Stinson ibler Assistant §.ditor i an d„.Yippee ee! The 1965- Jie Hawkins Day has o- beegun. Today is the one day in 'a non-Leap Year can lethally chase a fel- :ake their claims on the fern and Ret going 'cause time is running oyt. # Whilst you're busy v^nh the al^ isv .vut •r tS orga>; story I ve Wiflf 1st l: ou haven't taken advan- jthis day and asked that Idler to tonight's shindig, fcockle burrs out of your ltu i > in iker Presides Board Meeting B-year meeting of TVVC's trustees is being held review, plans for the [SI.5 million Science Cen- teeting, which began at the Judge George W. Arm- ibrary, is being presided Ed. L. Baker. The board is 1 of 25 Methodist minis - laymen from all over the ••Worth members ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

kMNMUntlMMM Paqe' Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, Octot Tu esd Campus Exchanges Greetings .again from "Ex7 change." As. is often my problem, I found very little material in any of the 20 newspapers I received that could be used in this column. Notice: All Editors — of all col- lege newspapers — Everywhere — Please put some goodies in your papers that I can use . . . like humor. My poor little,, column that seem suddenly to fleet around every corner at every year . . . More words of wisdom come from THE BELLS: "Know first the tendencies of a child before step- ping into the shoes of an adult . . . " Worth thinking about, ,eh? Many people believe that flat- tery will get them everywhere. But according to THE VISTA of needs YOU, and needs you badly. Central State College, we should Thanks — in advance. * "never praise a woman too high- THE BELLS of Mary-Hardin !>J- If >ou st°P> she'n thin* >'ou Baylor gives this definition of her it you college boy: "A growing young man who pursue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

spaa [list sf his r ;r 5, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Three ckaging Design Contest Begins ay for All College Students ;is paper Company's sev- icollegiate packaging .n'.cst starts today. -■ - >>;>en \) students S. colleges anc^,universi- is designee! to stimulate : several' areas of pack- and provide an op- for students to acquaint ■- with the challenges of applied to packaging. In this annual competition, any hopes to continue to a 1 en Led students to the, y industry. [year more than 1200 pack- 'i -;-ns were entered in the from college and univer- bden Is" resenting 214 ed- jal institutions. year's contest" will include ■n four categories: a corrugated con- tainer design for a shipping con- tainer for 21 one-pound packages of food; folding carton design for confectionery, cookies, cereal, cake mix or any food .product; a con- sumer bag desicrn for five pounds of charcoal or 10 pounds of cat food and a commercial has; design , for 50 pounds of lawn and garden fertilizer, sometim...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

Tuesday, S&KKARA T | RAMS Freshman In Phyllis by Arveta Tippie Rambler Staff Writer The latest word on campus is that Hollywood celebrity Phyllis Diller is attending classes here. You may have recognized her as "looking like she stuck her toe' in a hot socket J' Chances are you haven't though, because "she" is iA disguise, wearing black-rimmed glasses and a green beanie. Actually, "Phyllis" is here in the form of freshman Dudley Layne, a speech-drama major from Fort Worth. Dudley has been perform- in^ and imitating Phyllis Diller for tlu^ast yeas^nd a liidf at various clubs,., hospitals and churches. Needed Act For Show The act began "out of necessi he remarked, when .he was tending .Paschal HighVjSchool and ► was asked to perff>i'in^^^sTnool He Portrays She Diller Comic Routine club. Dudley had seen Miss Dijler on television and liked her rou- tines so well he decided to. give them a'try. The act was such a success lie was invited to perform with the Red Cross Show for the U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

mm :to.bjfr 5, 1965 . . 0 w §-■$ §m •? " THE RAMBLER Page Five • LACE WINNERS at the Heading Clinic this sum- 0f wW%; I- to r. Diane Conrad, M Coff"1-1'1' an<^ Joy Garrett. Ot pict«re J it Gilbert Zepeda. Photo by Steve Williams Cheerleaders Place 2nd Over 33 Colleges At SMU Cheerleading School This Summer M 11 •n I, I*-'- lorrw n Octo ch Professor Fills Leisure Time ardening, Visiting Antique Shops Arveta Tlfflpie she doesnt have time anymore. ly toward the French artis bier Staff Writer ; but ordinary is the by Miss Shirley Seagle, professor of French, who lead such a mundane , pets and gardening the many hobbies work- he busy schedule of this acious individual, lin interests are antiques ers," she smiled. "Right i trying to revive some e plants I brought from ania, but I am f^raid the^ J|about lost," she admitted.' her mother, Mrs. Adele | collect antiques "mostly Federal antiques, but iave some Victorian anti- fwould like to get rid of, ftrly a red velvet Victori- seat, to an...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

CjilillMMNMIBHWSMMMMMHHHIHHI Page Six Tuesday. O MBLER T H E Freshman Petitions Due For Thursday Elections Election for freshman class of- ficers will be held Thursday after assembly. Those interested in running for office should turn in a petition signed by 15 people to Don Wright, sophomore class presidentr-or they may place the petition in an enve- lope and drop it in the mail slot in the administration building. Those turning in a petition will have their names placed on the official ballot. "Those interested in running for a position who do not get their petition in by 4 p.m. Tuesday will still be considered a candidate, for nominations from the floor will be in order," states Ray Wilson, Student Association president. Campaign rules and regulations of the Student Association will be jjn order for this election. Offices available are president, vice-pres- ident, secretary, treasurer, intra- mural captains, religious life rep- resentative, reporter, and three senators. Service G...

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