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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

>ctober 6, 1965 TH^ RAMBLER Page Seven dl iz j m e Ronnie & Danny McCoy "7 s bedlam; confusion, f and - nasi • As the hectic «Ct "f Sadie Hawlcins in the distance? we hope ■ reader, will take the eruse our column of in- ffacts and goodies. ERSONALITIES stling merchandise door- iis past surfimer proved pal profit/ maker for bi- jr Jim Helm . . . Wes- gician Steve Schoolar w assistant Cathy Cady p for th^yfirst time last itfliv ecause \ o-doot to be a |ri iccidentl killed two pigeonfjdunng ji performance of routine! That's Show ■i/imext ' At leas t here is one Student on campujBvvho isn't worried about 1,5 P his local draft board snapping him up ffflfpi' 'ice fields of Southeast s besides Asia. Robinson, vice-presi- dent ofiMpha Psi Omega, has al-' eks , readyljen advantage of the free S Id board offered by the States Marine Corps. John fout of TWC in 1960 to 1 and now has returned his degree. He was re-, cted Band President.v lary Martin may not be talent to come out .of ford,...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1965

sj fUNNM Page Eight the rambler Tuesday, Oc?c Rams Begin Basketball Workouts; SeaseritOpener Scheduled Nov. 23 ■ .. . . xl. * nn;.mwitv /\f \X7ir l * Workouts officially started yes- uled before the season opener, the western University of Wichita terday as the TWC basketball coach said. FaUs> Su1 Ross '>f Alpine and new- team began serious preparations * * * comer Lamar ec o eaumon for the season opener, which is Other notes and quotes from the The tournament is scheduled Dec. scheduled Nov. 23 against Tarle- TWC basketball scene: . 10-11. ton State. The Rams will have their an- Members of the basketball team The Rams will work out for four nual session with the photographer have purchased T-shirts with each days a week Mondays, Tuesdays, for team and individual pictures player's number attached. Coach Thursdays and Fridays at the at "1 p.m. Wednesday at the li- Hanebutt also has one, but with- South Side Recreation Building, brary. out a number. His is labeled 215. West Vick...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

*om> >. <¥? *■ reams ipparel . HOWARD HUGHES, sponsor of Alpha Chi, national scholas- aternjty, and his wife, talk with Dr. Gertrude Van Zandt at Ipha Chi dinner held last Thursday to initiate new members ted last spring eptance morec )refsion THE RAMBLER & FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 t±ttS3 ALL AMERICA CITY pom woirrx, tula mi TEXAS WESLEY AN' COLtEGL FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. J 2, 1965 •NO. 5 Dr. Edwin Booth Begins Lectures Oct. 18 for Willson Lecture Series iish Dress, Music To Be Featured Irama Department at Fort Belknap Spanish costumes and Featured speaker will be Mr. |hc TVVC drama department Robert S. Weddle, publisher and orm at the annual meet- owner of the Menard News. The [the Fort Belknap Histori- topic of his talk will be "What pety Oct. lfi 'at the restored Happened at Spanish fort. Also llknap near Newcastle, Tex- featured at the meeting will be an exhibit of paintings by Sally Gee lort Belknap Society, which ' Pettus of Goliad, Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

wmmmUfe* Page Two the rambler Tuesday, Octf 3' ohnSon J «,,/, of Cam ^y)hi (i / i es T^i / ctnana Rumors about the firing of Mike Pollock, director of Fort Worth's theater-in-the-round, became a reality last week. But in the search for a new director for Casa Ma nan a, Melvin Dacu#! General Manager of Cast Manana, will not_Jiave to look far beyond the doorstep of Casa. For there is one man who" has already distinguished. himself by serving as dean, director and co-ordinator of Casa Manana's Merry-Go-Round School, one of the nation's fore- most children's dram« playhouses. ° . aataaaas Seven years as Stage Manager for the State Fair Musicals in Dallas, and several years of managing roadshows of such personalities as Dinah Shore, Jack Benny, Ethel Merman, Dan- ny Kaye, Martin and Lewis prove that Mason Johnson, head & of the Speech-Drama Department of TWC. is a person whose qualifications make Him the most qualified person for this position. Because of the tremendous amount , of p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

_ oer 12, 1965 THE RAMfiLER Page Three Desk m in ii — ■ air of m ' >ers, bgj Ed camps) ter .::J C"OlTipljjli l 1 t:n, I've ij lis visibly e elect-id cuiTem > directed] e ■ m gj ipus h: v forvardl ots have that the ■cisions ia v office* will do precedes] to folia electioi £ Dr. Crow s But Likes by Jack Stuteville * er Staff Writer Work Never Done — It Just. That Way Methodist Church. They have both Dallas. At times, she admitted. "I been active in the field of speech- got tired of theater training but drama and education. Together I guess I was a little ham!" "It. they did professional work in ra- was Mrs. Cocke„ who gave me an dio in Corpus Christi. At one time, appreciation and background they had two weekly programs, which I haven't gotten from any "Poetry for the Night People," other school," Dr. Crow said, which was syndicated for several Teaching-five subjects a day — English, public speaking, drama, history and journalism—was quite a load for a woman in her first year of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

... \ Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday; Octct ■ We Get Letters ... SILAS HUGHES (Fort Worth) in discussion with fellow program participant Sundra Mullin (right) at Carl Duisberg headquarters^ in Cologne, Germany. <■ - a f* —: — ; May-Grad Studies In Cologne, Qermany Mr. Silas Osgood Hughes, Jr. has been accepted to participate in the International Work-Study Program sponsored by the Carl Duisbeyg Society of Cologne, Ger- Hughes, who arrived in Cologne yn September 22, is enrolled at the European Language and Edu- cational Center, Cologne, for three months of concentrated language study. The Work-Study Program began with an orientation confer- ence, and will include employment- training and university study. MARCEL'S STUDIO "WHERE THE BEST IS LESS" Official Yearbook Photographei\of TWC 409 COMMERCE ED 6-8829 Hughes intends to remain in Ger- many for at least one year. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Hughes, Sr., 2009 Market Ave., Fort Worth, graduated in May 1965 from Texas Wesleya...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

tober 12, 1965 THE RAMB Page Five & I jpiipp: A ■ **"''i:.' : ■ V" m*W:i if .<■*. r' Jubilation T. Cornpone!— sing the Deka cutiesj /dur- ing the annual Sadie Haw- kins Day program. ''■no a -N ' V /ITH THE START of a gun, Daisy Mae's chase their selected fcp them into going to the dance. Abner, Daisy Mae inual Sadie Hawkins fellers across the campus, hoping >: Mae said to Li'l Abner L'ht last Tuesday, "Well, jnttj l i mighty proud it's over; >w Ms save my money. But I'm ,, lorepi d I brought them thai- ackgioes to catch you with." similar comments could I as Daisy Mae's through- fC said goodnight to their ,, caught Abners. It was Ij Wtly f< the gals, but most fel- SS tgwight it was worth it. |pitome of Dogpatch, TWC, duly elected Daisy Mae, •orough, and Li'l Abner, Penna. In a chaotic as- emceed by the Heel Mc- jhe pair were elected by a ovation. Also performing at the assembly were groups (from Autiss, EA, DD, APO. and Deka. Any female passing by the SUB Tuesday was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

<a* K-ir X Page Six the rambler Tuesday, Pit Club News A-Phi-O To Sponsor School Dance Friday Alpha Phi Omega, men's na- Alpha Phi Omega, which is tional service fraternity, held its dedicated to the principles of lead- first rush smoker at O. C. Arm- ership, friendship and service is strong Hall, October 11 at 8 p.m. an important influence on Ameri- This Friday, October 15, a dance can campuses- The purpose of this will be held for all rushees and club is lo assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop leadership, to promote friendship, to provide service to humanity and to fur- ther the freedom that is our na- tional, educational and intellec- tual heritage. their dates at the Meadowbrook Recreation Center from 8-10:30 p.m. This will be an opportunity for the members and rushees to get acquainted. All TVVC students are also in- vited. TWC Raises $2770 During Fund Drive Faculty and staff members raised $2770 and had almost 100% the club will be he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

rtober 12, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Seven in I out c Tided i 1 J * char I ! I I ■ ■ j 1 recona defers ' onlj .' J I r.ut- pe Se- lls caad Id infos pvviaa. j on ■ I le charge^ 1 whoa d (to be tea J of tfiesj led. Irjd res; (o decide^ r>nal inte |ual mail he com I to defefl lased updn 1 facts, iff : of and pcjfl 'EClAll • Sat. Now! lodbeysl 'P Josedal [900 effr CRAFTl OS JE4-I* t tzj Ronnie & Danny McCoy t columnists are indeed if S-idie Hawkins Day ire a year! An armpit pped cream is not as is some of you readers A ial thanks goes hrave souls who took ?t Tuesday's program. !\ enjoyed the musical io rendition of Jubila- rnpone staged by the The A-PHi-O skit was (! favorite. Congi'atula- Student Senate for ; year's Sadie Hawkins n ! dance a large suc- jt the fiil.l productiqji, Jp-ission, is one of the it we can evCr remepi- Jc If is a powerful story ■h emotion. If you have V one of TWC's dramas, catch this one on Oc- pr 30th. Pi, national art fratern- on be putting the f m- uch« t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 October 1965

to Tt**" KC. ■ ' HP Page Eighth THE RAMBLER Vikings Vanquish Eagles In First Intramural Play Bob Johnson and his team of Vikings were pitted against the Eagles, headed by .Rodney Corder, last night for the first night of the intramural jsgason at Sycamore Park at 7:30 p.fri. * Both teams sewflfed to be 'equal- ly matched at first, with the Ea- gles scoring first on a 15-yard run by Wyman Priddy. They ran the extra point and it was made good by Corder. a At first Johnson tried to run a ground game but it was stopped by the successful defense of the Eagles. However, the Vikings were not to be held back. They decided Trustees Approve Project Financing The 25-member Board of Trus- tees of Texas" Wesleyan College met in the Judge George W. Arm- strong Library last Tuesday morn- ing. Mr. Efl L. Baker of Fort Worth" was re-elected president of the Board. Dr. Alsie Carleton of Dal- las was re-elected vice-president, and Mr. Charlie Hillard of Fort Worth, secretary. The board of Trustees is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1965

) «*5b THE RAMBLER FIRST PJUVCE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 TEXAS WESLEVAN COLLEGE, FORTWORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 19, 1965 •otiO All AMERICA CITY FO<n WODTH, TV* * * nil' NO. 6 Booth Gives Talks As Fall Lecturer This morning, ^ 10:50 in/ the £>r. Booth, professor emeritus o£ fine arts auditorium Dr1. Edwin the^ Boston University School of /"PTsirice Booth, this semester's/^h6cfesfy^-4e"^Teacher, preacher, Wilison Lecturer, spoke on "jijRn lecturer, writer pnd editor. He re- Wesle •k " Morjdavjmorning at 9, Dr. Booth spoke on "Albert Schweitzer." To- morrow at 10 he will speak on "The Jesus of History." "His life has been a benedic- tion," said" Dr. Booth of Dr. Schweitzer yesterday as he de- livered the first of the fall sec- tion of the Wilison Lectures at Texas Wesleyan College S PUBLICATIONS finaliHh are: (I. to r) Glenda Steel, sr.; Trudy Marley, jr.; and Mary DaVls, jr. action Set Thursday and Friday 1966 Miss Publications Title •zer as a man who, from his youth, de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1965

(p T v Page Two N •the rambler Tuesday, Ocfob' •? CL. .CJt> WU 3t "Whew!" That snorkel truck or whatever you call it al- most scooped ime up." ''Say, did you see that, dirt grader parked on thesidewalk? Why didn't he get a parking ticket?" These were a few realities that TWC students faced last week as they tried to make their way to classes in and around the'area near where the new parking lot was being construct- ed. <■ No onef-eally griped or complained because after all. with those machines whizing around, people certainly didn't dawdle to classes. Despite the controversy that raged about its location, no one can doubt the beauty and utilitarian-purposes this lot will serve. We salute TWC and the administration fop, another pro- gressive achievement. , „■ • „v —Cheryl Stinson Campus Exchanges t '•& f M In the many newspapers that I receive as Exchange Editor, 1 have noticed most pf them have one thing in common — very..little, if any, humor. There are no amusing storie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1965

« / Qc?cber 19, 1965 THE RAMBLER eos Ifc year. In ^ I r iifu i IpJoyi lur tors, j I ' l| I 1 Labou 'for e.e: and o : labs a Isks eon* hexpi |irty nn| "lased { I*. asai I snys {]gf the 1 Inciicatffll I he other! give bt the J reded -| Page Three lv Weaker a'l meetinfl I and ( |scheduls| lis m 11 o'a| lor theiril Mechanical Man Bill Fuqua'Finds Being 'Dummy' Can Be Dangerous lANIC/ft MAN Bill Fuqua, also a TWC freshman, strikes he frequency uses in his routines. in Night minoes, Tq Host Ping-Pong by Trudy Mariey Rambler Editor Freshman Bill .Fuqua, kn^ n in this area and even nation-\role as the astonishing mechanical m^n, had an accidental start into his show business career. , It all started one cold, Christ- mas holiday night. Bill, then a sophomore at Eastern Iiills High School, went to visit one of his friends who lived in the Eastern 0 Hills section of Fort Worth, a part 'of town which is always highly decorated at Christmas time each year. Bill, going up to meet his friend, jum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1965

KtMMjKHHWMSHHtiMMIWfi HNHH Wt0KKtKKKKtKKttKamHHHm Page Four TWC STUDENTS who took part in the program at Fort Belknap Saturday are: (front row, I. to r.) Martha Sepeda, David Zepeda and Cheryl Stinson; and back row: Mara Escabar and Trudy Mar- ley. Spanish Culture Reborn At Annual by Cheryl Stinson Rambler Assistant Editor Beautiful senoritas, attired in the ti'aditional dress of the 18th cen+*H r worei graceful man- tillas and spider-like combs set high upon their heads. In sweeping dresses accented with roses and dashes of red, and carrying fans and serapes, they strolled and smiled at the onlookers. The strains of Spanish "Gra- nada" being sung by a Spanish gui- tarist brought excitement to the listeners' ears. The allure of castanets beating excitedly as flamenco dancers per- formed their traditional dance made the watchers' hearts beat faster. These were not the happenings of hundreds of years ago, but were the sights and sounds at the all- day, annual meeting of the Fort ..^el...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1965

CV: ;er 19, 1965 J. THE RAMBLER Page Five Ue ■"Sonnie Di Reet WcCor Danny He Loves Bachelorhood Academy Award-Winner Is Interviewed i, i Kt> Ann Hall, this column has received a brand new face, contains the same old goodies. We trust you will continue udenH are taking full advantage of the new walkway located the north side of the Fine Arts Auditorium and that spacious jjrking lot, Between classes y.ou can usually find a few music singing "Down on tho Boardwalk" in their own classical style. pi,- p.-j Otw;.'\ national dramatics fraternity, is busy making lor it- old fashioned melodrama. This show will be the type [allow- tire audience to Jiiss the villain and cheer the hero, be produced one night only, December . . Two operas lecfUli ' bv the music dept. for a back-to-back presentation lember 19 *" 1 • fRSONALlTiES ... A return to Wesleyan was made this year ech-rlrama "major, Byron Bransom. He was a student here in Byron will be a large asset to TW Players backstage as in the fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1965

1 4k Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday. ,Oc Bar the Doors! TWC Assistant Coach- Declares War on Former Alma Mater Dick.AUie is going out gunning for his former basketball coach. There's also a matter of a fam- ily feud that's likely to make him downright ornery on the night of Nov. 19. The situation isn't as explosive as it sounds. The "shootout" will be confined to a basketball court. Allie, TWC's student assistant basketball coach, will make his debut in the coaching ranks on Nov. 19 as tutor of the junior varsity team. Adding( significance to the occasion is the fact that Allie will be sending his team against his former coach, Jim Brown, and, that Allie's brother, Steve Allie, will be one of the op- posing Temple players. Temple Junior Collego"vvas pick's alma mater before he transfer- red to TWC a year ago. He was a t w o -V e a r basketball letterman there and served as the team's captain in his sophomore season. For weeks, Dick has been an- ticipating the collision with his former...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1965

ad ^ py fl ifed ues ■four s:a Ithe I | met ess. point a | 1 lexperiai Id the i lanneri!! rniysricisl I possible! I be '${ wheal I'Whatsf > found?'! nted waf receive® Veniaf lAward I I and/Benl 1'at.ionalf •tor lis Id in I he ini® pt the a choice | //\SUUv •ftmiA THE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963,'1964 • ' * tsesm ALL AMERICA C!T1 PO«~T WCHTTK, TU> S mi1 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 26, 1965 NO, -7 - v Miss Publications Not Announced; <s? # Another Election Scheduled Soon The 1966 Miss Publications fiance was held. Friday night in the Boaz Student Center but with- out a Miss Publications. One of the three candidates, Mary Davis. Fort Worth junior, wap/ taken before the Supreme Court of Texas Wesleyan College Friday afternoon after voting ended and found guilty of failure to turn in account, disqualifying her from the race. Two of Miss Davis's backers'ap- pealed the judgment, denouncing .thg election illegal' because neither of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1965

MWMKVit Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, October 26 j-^elilioni (Circulate Zror Versatile D'WC director We Get Letters ... The Miss Publications tontest Supreme Court's new decision had has brought on a flurry of contro- nothing to do with this decision, versies and criticisms which I wish If they had disqualified the two had never arisen. I am very sorry it her candidates and given the title about any bitterness which has oc- to me, I would have turned it curred. down. One of the finalists was brought^ j (j0n't want anybody thinking before the TWC Supreme Court that I was being selfish in running for Miss Publications two years. because she neglected to turn in an expense account, which has by the Senate. The court found her guilty and disqualified her from the race. Two students at the trial ob- jected and appealed on the grounds that the election was illegal be- cause no one had a clear-cut ma- As a matter of fact, I wasn't going to enter in the first place, but the Press Club, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1965

f *' '•* fc ' . ber 26, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Seven J I an* i biai |6ar%| it is; I .. I IcaD anil k'fogr nyone hal |e paper j It hey na?| leditor'' i |th me; hear! I 3le Reef WcCo, lonnie ip Danny • Halloween is just, a few days away, let us offer yfeu the advice. When the local hooligans dress up as ghouls, ghosts, Jr.- . nd take to the porches in quest of their annual sweets. If candy, treat the tricksters by clipping out this column and i! into the sacks of goodies. Jhr Rids Have enough rotten chops from last. year's trop |ndy. we thought it onl\ fit.iing to plant the seeds of decay in nind- as well. Other items we suguest to"bp passed out to pi .n Halloween are red hot-pennies, horse apples, old Gadfly live scorpion, or your draft board registration card. 5IO.N* DEW—The fall production, C(ue for Passion, ope,ns . at the fiue arts auditorium at 8:15. This drama kicks off line entertainment sponsored by the speech-drama dept. a freshman or new student and have never seen one of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1965

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday, C Double-Barreled Action Set For '65 Ram Basketball Foes Opponents of the Ram basketball er made up with all-around bas- Weber is a 21-year-old physical team are likely to encounter doub- Wtball ability. He holds the un- education major. He is married to le>-barreled trouble this season in usual distinction of having lettered the former Joyce Barclay. They are the person of the team's two senior in his three previous seasons with the parents of a young boy.*5** David Weber and Lar- the Rams. Phelps, a two-year Ietterman Last year he was the team's No. with the Hams, attended high 2 scorer with a 19.6 average. He school at Centertown, Kentucky* was a unanimous all-Big State Con- where he lettered four years in ferenee selection and was chosen both basketball arid baseball, on the all-district NAIA team. t Although he plays mostly out- "The fact that David was all- side, Phelps is most dangerous driv- conference and all-district pretty jng for the ba...

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