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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1952

H vj BaaaaVb w bbbbbbbbbT - Indians Cop First Place In Meet With HSU Tech TO COMPETE AT KINGSVILLE When Coach Wilford Mooie's track squad leaves for the Texas Conference Track and Field Meet May 8-9 these three cinder lettermen will be in their midst. Bobby Carter ace sprinter will be competing in the 100 and 220; Jack Chubb center the 220 and vlO; and Buddy Dulin will do his stuff in the 880 and mile runs. Carter is a senior Chubb a sophomore Dulin a junior. Tribe Trackmen to Kingsville May 8-9 for Conference Meet Kingsville will tcreive the live Tex i.s Confoienco members on M.iy 8-9 when they arrive In that eily fin the 22nd Annual Texas Conference Track Meet. Fifteen Indians are expected to- make the jonrne according lit the prcHcnt roster. Teams they Hill compete against are Abi- lene Christian Howard Payne Austin College and Texas A&I. Texas A&I is the host school this jear. McMuity is only faced with se- lious competition in the form of H own id Payne and Abilene Chri...

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

the War Whoop Volume XXX McMurry College Abilene Texas Thursday September 11 1952 Numbi-r 1 I1YNITM AND BAILEY'S FAVORITE The Indian Hand's circus calliope a Rift from Sweetwater businessman Ocic Hunt will be decked out in all its glory at the McMurry-Sul Ross football game tomorrow niRht Prof. Raymond Kynum said. Hill Schooler band prexy is at the keyboard. (Story on pa Re 4). Eight New Teachers Added to McM Staff Eight new names have been ad- ded to the list of McMurry fiiculty mmebers this yenr and two other additions to the stnfff have been ninde. New faculty members are :Dr. Joseph Roemer professor of ele- menetary education;" Dr. James F. White associate professor of chemistry: C. V. Long associate professor of mathematics; D. V. Marcum associate professor of physical educatoin; Miss Permit A. Rich librarian; Dr. Marion L. Smith director of religious acti- vities and associate professor of Bible; Macon D. Sumerlin asso- ciate professor of music; and Francis Hinkel assistant pr...

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

Center Hosts Party For Students Faculty IniIN Stllili lit is lllNltnl tf till Stiult lit V irulH Id upturn in tin stiidmt mite i toiuj)it Mi minis of I hi fnciiltv mil iilininisti ition will 1)1 tin n to lttllll thin Wll romi to all studuits both fish mil tllll III ISM11I II His ilium will hi pmiiul on i irh stuih nt is In i nti is tin liuililinir mnl mi? it i isn i foi in tioilui lions An oiilustii will In iliuivr in n tin iiu mm nl room as 111! Sttllllllts 1 nt t i nn hilt ill of tin f u ult will In on h in 1 for a ' h itiilshakiiiK p ii l ' I'l l IIIJT lllislil of iiKlllolllis will lii Ki ninth itt Hi stilts itts dIii tht i ( will 1 sonps l. inn s s(iiin (Iiiik inir wdiomi tills honu maili tilts anil ft it in id i nti itainmi nt I'll. ditoriaiA ih waii whoop Ljod and Wlc VlHurr Mi Mm in Colli m shall haNi as Its pmpost the irmdnncc of pinwinit noiiiik puoiis in nihil n injr a pirsonalitN afttr tin pat Urn of t bust lint whit iiiii mtuloR sis and tint's what nt au a Gluis- tim ins...

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

J s won Ihu WAR WHOOP McMurry Coaching Staff "Stronger Than Ever" When the 1952 edition of the McMurry find squad takes the field against Sul Ross tomorrow night the strongest iind most well -t minded coaching staff in the history of the school will be on the bunch. Heading the three-man veteran crew it Wilford Moore athletic director and head football coach. Assixting will be Mil Jowell. head basketball coach and assistant football coach and D. V. Marcum. also as an assistant. Coach Moore goes into his sixth year as the Indian's head football coach with a 29-21-1 record be- hind him plus a fifty per cent grade in Texas Conference circles having guided the Warriors to three Texas Conference cham- pionships. In 1947 t h u Indians shared the title but in '48 and '49 look the crown outright. Moore actually already has six years of service at McMurry and is beginning his seventh as he acted as assistant coach his first year on thu Reservation. Ho is starting his second year as Ath- leti...

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

Pnjro 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday September 11 1052 tjunum A Indian d5and Cjoed to the LircuA Stnrtine Saturday nlirht at tlio McMurry-Sul Kns College foot- lmll Runic the Iudiiii) Hand will be spiced with the circus flavor. Ocie Hunt's nift to the Hand lm-t spring u calliope lun been mounted on a four wheel trailer covered with Ray and decorative circus ornaments and will precede the Indian Handsters in nil marches. Mr. Hunt Sweetwater insur-1 mice men presented the calliope to the Hand last spring and was also responsible for the additional expense of the trailer and its decorations. Harvey Ihiurland of Thornton's display department and Tommy Autrey of An trey Sign Company donated their services this past summer nnlnir with Hill Schooler McMurry senior from O'Donnell to prepare the mounted trailer for the calliope. With Honnie Boyd Sweetwater junior playing the calliope will be featured entertainment nt half-time and during the football game Saturday night nt Indian Stadium. Raymond ...

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

The War Whoop Sec You in Wichita Sec You in Wichita VOLUME XXX ARII.KNK TEXAS THURSDAY SKITEMHKIt 18 1952 NO. Petitions for Freshmen Officers Due Tomorrow Petitions for freshman class of- ficers and for the vacant officers of War Whoop editor and sopho- more and junior secretary-treasurer nre due tomorrow and elec- tions will be held Tuesday in the main hall of the administration building. Freshman offlcera to be filltd are president vice-president sec- ratary - treasurer and Student Council representative. Any student wishing to nomi- nate someone for one of these of- fices may do so by turning in a petition to Dean W. B. McDanicl Pep Rally Fri. Night A Rood time will be had by all nt the pep rally tomorrow nii?ht at 7:00 in the old auditorium ac- cording to head cheer leader Sonny Ehrle. Scalp those Indians! Korean Vets to Turn In VA Certificates All Korean veterans are urged to turn in to the dean their certifi- cates of eligibility for educa- tional benefits. A report must be ma...

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

The WAR WHOOP Thursdax September 18 1R2 Page 2 Dlie War Whoop Enti-ii.il .is Minnd class nuttn August 27 1023 nt the Post Office nt AbiU ni' Ti .iv undi i Act of March 3 111"') Published xvccklx iliuinK the 'cliool o.it September through Mnv except foi stand x.icition pcnods l the students of McMutry Col- lege Abilene Ti xas Tlir Wa: Whoop is a mi mbei of tin Texas Intel collegiate Pi ess Asso- ciation and the Associated Collegiate Pi ess Editot Business Managci Society Editoi Sports Fditoi Hi poi tci s Subscription Puce $1 Pet Year Wayne Daniel Clxde Smith It is Kendall Will White Robbie Ja Li7 Luj.in Hcrschel Homei Rirh.it d Adams Pete Pctcison W I l. II' I l it f-'romotuiq slaAA oLJi&l met ion This is foi xou fieshmcn Yes when it comis election time we most ccttainly do believe in class distinction Did ou know that in many school elections onl about half of the student body votes? It's tiue And do you know win ' The only answet wee an think of is that old stand-by tndiffiuncc...

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

ThunwU September 18 1952 Tho WAR WHOOP Pnpc n IUSES CHARTERED TO WICHITA FALLS As ninny chattered buses as IH'I'llcil to HCCIHIllllodlltC Mlllll'lltN wishing to attend tlu- McMuiry- Midwt'slt'iii game will go to Wichita Falls Satin day head cheer leader Sonny Klitle an- nounced. Hus tickets aw available in the business office. Also students who haw cats and who plan to go to the Kamo are asked to provide tianspoitntion for as many of thoii fellow students as possible. Sn.xs Kittle: "Iet's have a big crowd at the name. Keel like may- he we'ie gmmn beat those Mid- wcstei ners." Niw Fint Arts Count Covtrs Music Speech Fine Arts 117 is a new course being offeied for the first time announces Richard C. von Endc clinitmnn of the fine arts division. The com so is a composite of music art and speech comses giving the student a wider ap- preciation of all the fine aits instead of only one field as foi- mcily offeied in Music 117 and Ait 117. Instiuctois aie Mrs. Robeit Wylic music; James Mc-...

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

Thursday September 18 M52 The WAR WHOOP Tape 4 HfWStthCH I'OSSIIU.K STARTKR The flip of a coin decide whether Gerald Wnt.son 200-pound Indian center begins a football game or not. Since he's an offensive center Watson Mart for Coach Wllford Moore only If the Tribe elect to recede. A junior Watson hails from I-evclland and holds one grid letter. McMurry W Sul Ross Tears MeM Indian Hide 19 to 6 It was (i Saturday 13th instead of a Friday the 13th that spelled "bad luck" for the McMurry In- dians when the visiting Sul Ross Lobos mopped up on the Tribe 19-0 before a full McMurry In- dian Stadium last weekend. Predictions were that Coach Wilford Moore's crew would be victorious but evidently the Lo- bos hadn't been reading their dippings. And the smallest player of them all. 156 lb. Sonny Mob- ley stole the show. Mobley ram- bled 202 yards on 26 carries out- gaining the entire Indian squad. Inexperience proved to be the Indiana' downfall. The McM roster is garnered with 25 fresh- men and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 September 1952

The WAR WHOOP f Page 5 Social WlwU Transfers Leave Vacant Offices Thursday September 18 1952 H -.iiiikW v)r- -"5 I'll! It- ': - "H MYRLA HOLCOMIi (left) and Mm. Andrew C. Rockover director punch-bowl at the Student-Faculty Mixer as Mary Martin and Max cumc by to he sencd. More than 300 were present. 300 Pft Student-Faculty Mixer Opens Social Calendar Over 300 students attended the student faculty reception in the Q Student Center Friday night esti- mated Mrs. Andrew C. Rockover director of social activities. Students were greeted in the faculty lounge by each member of the faculty. Members of the Stu- dent Council were on hand to as- sist with serving and to sec that everyone was made to feel wel- come. Punch and cake were serv- ed in the memorial room after the students went through the "hand- shaking." Six members of the McMurry and made up a Jazz band which played in the social hall during the time that everyone was being served. Those who made up the band were: Tommy Fry Bob Ker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 September 1952

PRO 6 The WAR WHOOP Thursday September 1ft 1952 President Hall'Terror' Releases Dorm Rules By PETE PETERSON Attention nil braves who have mixed emotions concerning the problem of dicing the "Terror of President Hull" (s o m c t i m c s known us Mrs. Elsie Kobinson) and her iron curtain discipline. Hcing something of an expert in the fine arts of infiltration and camouflage 1 slipped into the McMurry Buchenwnld. Being dis guised to resemble a light bulb 1 was able to steal awny with a complete set of plans that the "Terror" had made up for the torture of poor innocent maidens. After stealing away into the night I Joined my comrade and we ipread the plant out upon a table in our tecret underground cave under the fishpond. Gad it wat gruesome! (The plans I mean.) Not only did it mean mis ery and heart break for the fair lasses of our fine school but it also held a diabolical plot in tended to ensnare our brave young men. Oh it began with honeyed words. "My desire for President Hall thi...

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

-6(( Ata U Davis. Garrett Lead In Freshman Election O fessSfc vJ$jfei ;'$ '. $ l'iwkk vvJi CHIEFTAINESS ANN AKERS . . . shares top billing with calliope Maidenettes Major Part Of McMurry Indian Band Five maidenettes and a drum major compose the twirling group of the McMurry Indian Band. Unusual to the McMurry fans was seeing a girl carry out the job as drum major this year. Ann Akers freshmen from Anson has acted as a capable drum major for the band at the past two games. Her experience can be traced to her high school band days in An- son where she served as drum major for three years in the An- son band. She went one summer to Hardin-Simmons band school and Adams Speech Head Seeks New Talent Any students interested in theatrical work are asked to con- tact Bill Adams in the speech studio. Two plays are ready to be ccst and new talent is needed not only for the plays but also for later productions on the campus and for the movies that will be filmed here. The plays will be cast in ...

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

Page The WAR WHOOP Thursday September 25 1tS2 JWc . Ml Mfl int liM rfi "Show Hie the way to go home!" an old sons: says and that's precisely how numerous little braves and maidens are feeling these days. You upperclassmen mny say "That's a thing of the past for me. I've been away from homo a long time. I'm used to it." But for many of the freshmen well it's a different story. Think about it upperclassmen. Remember how lost you felt the first time you set foot on the Reservation alone? Mama or Daddy helped you carry your luggage upstairs and pet your things sort of halfway settled. Then you said goodbye and felt a lump come up in throat as you from your window watched hat old green Chewy your last link with home pull out of sight. Oh you soon Rot over it. The kids at McMurry were swell you found out. And college life was every bit as exciting: as it's cracked up to be. Slime caps . . semester hours . . blue books . . and Miss Tate's math class all just words till now had become thril...

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

Thursday September 25 1952 ' -SOCIETY- McM Social Clubs Make Plans For Homecoming; Elect Officers Homecoming pinna and election of officers highlighted the meetings of McMurry's seven social clubs last Thursday night Gamma Sigma Nclda Vaughtet was elected president of Gamma Sigma last Thursday at the first meeting. Other officers elected to serve for 52-53 arc: Maybclle Pcmber vice- president; Ann McNeely secretary- treasurer; Phyllis Moore marshal!; 9 Beth Jones chnplain; BillicGandy reporter; Richie Lnnc pianist. Kiva Kiva made plans for the Kivn picnic at their meeting Thursday night. Wayne Parker was elected as secretary of the club and Don Rowland and Durwood Nei were elected pledge masters. TIP- TIP discussed plans for the all- school party Oceober 12 which is to be hosted by TIP and IHR in the Student Center. Jo Ann Stockton was appointed to serve as representative to Homecoming meetings. Margaret Riddle wes elected to serve as temporary sec- retary of the club for the first ...

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

The WAR WHOOP Thursday September 28 1152 Plfc 4 McMurry HShHH Midwestern Tribesters Whack McM Redmen 26-14 Filuro to capitalize on tccond period "breaks" could well be lilted in the record books as the reason for McMurry's 14-26 defeat at the hands of the Midwestern Indians in Wichita Falls Satur- day. "Opening name jitters" hounded the Wichita tribe during the Ini- tial half but the hometowners returned after the Intermission with three tallies while the local Indians could manage only one. McMurry had led at hatftime 7-6 freshman Phillip Conaway'a extra point boot being the difference. Entries in the fumbles and inter- ceptions were heavy. Midwestern fumbled 8 times and lost the ball 7 times ts McMurry's Gerald Wat- son and Bill Hawthorne each fell on two free balls and McMurry fumbled thrice losing the pigskin twice. Midwestern lost the ball throe times via interception while one McM aerial was captured by opponents. Midwestern wasted no time in opening their season scoring on th...

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

Homecoming Activities Begin Thursday; Last Thru Saturday Weeks of planning for Indian homecoming will be taking mater- ial form next week with the erecting of the tepee village on the block just north of the Stu- dent Center. Festivities will begin Thursday after chapel with the "tepee- erecting ceremony." The large tepee sponsored by the Student Council will be surrounded by smaller tepees representing var- ious campus organizations. Each ex-student wil register in tepees of organizations to which he be longed while in McMurry and all exes will register in the Stu- dent Council tepee. A council fire in front of the big tepee will be lighted Thurs- day accompanied by tribal dances by a troup of Boy Scouts in full Indian dress. Highlighting the homecoming activities will be Friday night's presentation of Chief McMurry and Reserva- tion Princess. The beating of the tom-tom a traditonal freshman duty will begin Thursday and continue un- til the ACC football game Sat urday night. Freshm...

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

Thursday. October 2 1952 Page 2 The WAR WHOOP Db War too p Entered ns second class matter Aufiust 27 1923 at the Post Office nt Abilene Texas under Act of March 3 1879. Published weekly during the school year September through May except for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry Col- lege Abilene Texas. t The War Whoop is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation and the Associated Collegiate Press. Subsci iption Price $1 Per Year Wayne Daniel Robbie Jav Iris Kendall Will White Editor-in-chief Business Manager Society Editor Reporters: Richard Adams Teddy Assitcr. Jimmy Campbell Ed Cooper Hilli Gandy Jack Hampton Hershel Homer Doris M. John- son Liz Lujan Du'rwood Neie Troy Parnell Pete Peterson Tommy Reddell Peggy Renfro Jarrcll Sharp. ii tl &l l5e ZJlie ZJle . . . 99 Student polls liae shown again and again that the main in-r students like about McMurry is "friendliness." There '.s just soniethmi: between Winner Indians mat manes Tiiein ai- 'as wan...

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

Tkunday. Ocfrfeer 1. IMS The WAR WHOOP Page 3 SOCIETY- Wah Wahs Have Annual Fall Tea fe A aiHiEBRT'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPl V ' flBfekte iV pH .HBKnMBBlV: s I ' IBS y'VBBBBBBBY Annual fall tea of Wah Wah- taysec was held Monday from 5 to 6 p. m. in the memorial room of the Student Life Center. All sophomore junior and senior girls who were interested in becoming members of Wah Wahtaysee were invited to at- tend. Committees for the tea were: centerpiece Iris Kendall; re- freshments Billi Gandy chair- man Lynn Manning and Marilyn Wright; publicity Jane Ann Stcen. Those attending the tea were: Sue Ann Comer Peggy Rcnfro Mildred Akens Willa Hitchcock Richie Lane Evelyn West Rob- bie Jay Billie Catcs Kay Bes- sire June Edington Marylyn Logan Ann Brock. Rona Bley Hope Medina Christine Rock- over Gayncll Cleckler. BIO SMILES from numbers BUU they go by for refreshments. Wah ftrlt. Candy and Iris Kendall grat guatts at lha Wah Wahtaysee tta as Wahtaysee is a service organisation for sophomon. Jun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 October 1952

Pace 4 The WAR WHOOP Thuraday. October I 1M1 ' JsV IV vPKvB HB m. wmhH' i2BSl iVs BmVWvS FAST BECOMING "AMERICANIZED" it Paulina Choy. mw Ko- ku student shown htra with her countryman. In Pok Lea who arolled in McMurry last year. New Korean Student Is True Southerner By PETE McMurry has a new Korean student. She is Choy Po Li in her home- land but here she is known as Pauline Choy. Pauline is 25 years old and the oldest of seven chil- dren. Born in Shanghai China of Korean parents she went to Korea in 1946 after the liberation and stayed there until she came to America. She has been in this country a week having landed at San Francisco Sept. 24. After her arrival in Korea Pauline attended Ewa Girls Col- lege in Seoul for one year and 'Handbook of Life' Is Chapel Topic "The Bible the Handbook of Life" was the sermon delivered by Otis G. Carnes religious life director to the Thursday chapel. "Using the New Revised Stand- ard Veision of the Bible can be- come a key that will unlock the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 October 1952

Thursday October 2. 1952 Tho WAK HOOP PnK !i McM Redskins Test Greyhounds In Por tales New Mex. Tomorrow sH I LLLH n GREYHOUND THREAT Ed Ntw Mtxico Grtyhounds Satur- Knoits. 170-pound junior hall- av in Portales. An Ohio pro- duct Knotii ltd Greyhound back wil be a threat when the scoring with 11 T. D.'s last tea- Indians tangle with the Eastern son. r ' Wm-hungiy" is the woid as the McMurr Indians kac the state tomorow in picpaiation to trv to catch the Gie hounds of Eastern New Mexico in Portales While tlu Tube hat. diopped thice consecutive games the Sil- ci Pack can well be proud of their 1952 iccoid thus fai The hne racked up tlnee teams but since they weie weak opponents and Coach Al Gaitcn has a oung ball club it would be pessimistic to sa the Indians will lose again (It would also be unpatriotic). On the other hand in view of past games we're afiaid to be opti- mistic ou always get disap- pointed This howovei we would sav to the Indians 'We hope ou win'" Ouch. Three Straight...

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