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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 October 1952

Paga 6 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 2 152 Religious Director Sees 'Real Future' for McM He's a native Texan; ho mnrircd the daughter of former Methodist missionaries to Mexico; and just this year he received his Doctor of Theology degree from Boston University School of Thelogy. And that's the life story at least an outline of it of Dr. Otis G. Carnes McMurry's new director of religious life. Born in the East Texas town of Nacogdoches Dr. Carnes decided after graduation from high school lo enter the Methodist ministry. After two years as a student at Southern Methodist University Dallas he returned to Nacog- doches to attend Stephen F. Aus- tin State College. After receiving the bachelor of arts degree from Stephen R. Austin in 1932 Dr. Carnes went directly to the Yale Divinity School in New Haven Connecti- cut. There he received the bache- lor of Divinity degree in 1935. While a student in Yale Dr. Carnes spent his summers doing clinical work which would help him later in his mi...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 October 1952

Tepee Village to Highlight Homecoming Homecoming activities will un- reel next week beginning with n tepce-eiecting sol vice after chapel Thursday. The Indian theme will bo ear- ned out in eoi pait of the homecoming piogmm The tepee Village idea was begun last ycal and has ahcad become a pint of McMim tiaditlon Student Council will have a big tepee where all ex-students returning to the nescivation will register and around it will be smaller tepees sporusoi ed by various other campus organizations Exes will legistci in tepees of clubs to which they belonged Thursday night things wi'l really get undeiwny with the lighting'o fthe council file accom- panied by ceremonial dances b a tioup of Boy Scouts in Indian cos- tume Coionation of Chief McMuirj and Reset vation Piinctss nnd presentation of Biaes nnd Maidns (class ftivofitei) will come to pass Fndaj night in the The War Whoop VOLUME XXX ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9 1952 No S Center's New Snack Bar Gives Free Coffee Every Mornin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 October 1952

Page 2 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. October t. 1952 DL War Entered ns second class matter August 27 1023 at the Post Office at 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. The War Whoop is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation and the Associated Collegiate Press. Subscription Price $1 Per Year Editor-in-chief Business Manager Society Editor Sports Editor Reporters: Richard Adams. Teddy Cooper Billi Gandy Jack Hampton Hcrshel Homer Doris M. John- son Liz Lujan Durwood Ncie Troy Parncll Pete Peterson Tommy Redden Peggy itcniro Jarreii fanarp. jrYm Speech to jric In 19!0 the Volunteers sponsored an election to choose a McMurry College hymn. The students' choice was "That Cause Can Neither He Lost Nor Stayed" and here is the story behind the hymn. Kristian Ostcrgaard (188.1-193U) son of an humble farmer of Denmark was also a chil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 October 1952

Thursday. October I. 1152 The WAR WHOOP PB 8 DON'T MISS IT! The first nil school party of the year will come off tomorrow night at 7:30 in the Student Center. T.l.P. and I.H.R co-hosts for the party have planned a get- together with n western theme. It's informal with plenty of cats games a western program square-dancing and entertain- ment to entertain you for a whole evening. Mis. Chappcll has announced that girls wil be allow d to wear jeans or riding pants to the party so as to carry out the theme in true western style. In order to have all school par- ties with plenty of entertainment for everyone it was decided that social clubs should merge and host these parties two clubs at a time. The next all school party on the calendar will be hosted by Kiva and Delta Beta Oct. 31. According to club presidents Jane Ann Stccn and Billy Wayne Sisson T.l.P. and I.H.R. hope to see you tomorrow night at 7:30 for an evening of fun. SENATORS HAVE SMOKER TONIGHT All boys eligible to pledge a me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 October 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday October t. MI Page 4 Sumerlin is Player Teacher Composer By JIMMIE CAMPBELL The McMurry music depart- ment has many things of which it can be justly proud. One of the chief of these is the person of Mr. Macon Sumerlin new teacher of theory and organ. A native Texan Mr. Sumerlin attended the public schools at Roby. He received the bachelor of music degree from Hardin- Simmons University after which he did graduate study at the Eastman School of Music in Roch- ester New York. After throe years in the army during which time he served as both radio in- structor and band director Mr. Sumerlin returned to Texas to receive his Master of Music de- degrco from the University of Texas and to serve for five years as professor ofthcory at Hardin- Simmons. A composer as well as a teach- er he has to his credit a number of published choral anthems various other band and choral compositions and arrangement and three symphonies. The Cor- pus Christ! Symphony commis- sioned hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 October 1952

Thursday October 9 1152 The WAR WHOOP PlIRO R McMurry Indians Gits Prepare For '52 Grudge Battle exactly nine days from today two Abilene football teams will take the gridiron against each other in one of the bitterest foot- ball rivalries in Southwest foot- ball. Kickoff time for the Mc-Murry-Abilene Christian tangle has been set for 8 p. m. Saturday Oct. 18 in Fair Park Stadium. Both tht Indians and Coach Garvin Baauchamps'a Wildcats have an open data this WHktnd which will b sad to obvious advantage. Tribe mentor Wilford Moore let his squad rest Monday as' he went to scout Austin College in Cotton Bowl in Dallas but it was back to serious business Tuesday and will be such until the day before the big game. Moore is far from optimistic about the battle but has shown no crying towel either. "Though undrdogs" Moore says "we'll be on the warpath provided we arc prepared physically and emo- tionally." It would seem that the 'Cats r "We tried too hard" that was Coach Wilford Moore's st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 October 1952

lafe$ Big Tepee Has 33 Little Tepees Hue nic .11 nig.ini.itions nn tlte Mi Mm n iimiptis 'little tipoes insult tin liK '!".' ' (he Couniil Fin s.ins Full ni- giiimntion his lit li.ist thin "f fi- nis mid sunn Iiiino as in mv as 2r) At that i.iti it si cms is if tint Nvnulil ini .m of fin f s" kind to just .ihnut iNirjIxxlN Following is i list of tin of- fmis of tin nligmiis itui sou il in Knni.it urns f McMiiii and names of ollui i lul) offieois nn ill hi puhlish.il lltLI Wo SUggCSt that nou ilp tin si lists foi futmc rofeienu W D Christian Foundation Pusidont Ititlmd Dents Vico-piosiduit Pi ggN Wlutson Seirct.uy Hope Medina Ti it.sui 1 1 James Kn b Comniunitv Service Hot t Aleeck co than men Ella Hill DottieFlod Worship Doi is M Johnson co-chairmen Doris E John- son Bob Epps Recitation J B FoNvlcr co chnn mnn Bcttie Foster World Ft n ndship Jack Hampton co-chnnmnn Charles Hast- ings Publicity Mnrv Archer co-chairman Barbara Amos l.iti rary Bai barn Jochetr co-chairman John Davis De...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

HOMECOMING . . . 1952 aaaaaaHJ- BLH aSLS !!aw ItaaaaaLH LaBaKkB aH aLaf w' caflHaaaaH bbbbbbHb 1 aLfl bbLV afPBBBaBaV E; b raaH LBBBasaBaVa. IBBBBBBBBB?lBBBt bbbbbbbbbbbMbbbIb bbbbbI ESH S BBBBh BBBBBhJBBBBBBBBBBV BBBBBBjpjgiBBB" JK : ."" Maw JH BBBBBBBawrSKf' .aam. .1 BOB LOVING Whitson and Lov ing Are Tribe Royalty Homecoming activities reached a high point last night as Peggy Whitson was crowned Reserva- tion Princess and Bob Loving Chief McMurry. Class favorites also presented at the ceremony are: senior Myrla Holcomb and Billy Wayne Sisson; junior Veda Mae Kikcr and Jack Chubb; sophomore Lagatha Wood and Otis Ratliff; freshman Frankie Tanner and John Davis. Members of the 1952 football squad were pinned with the maroon and white of McMurry by either their date or their wife. Following the presentations Alex Bickley president of the exes started the beating ACP Calls War Whoop 'First Class' Paptr The War Whoop has been given the Associated Collegiate Press first class award. New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday October 16. lfc rape 2 fc n 10 h i ((Iff rseaAon Pel haps vou like a dunk inrt pel haps vou don't Anwa it is ilwavs t.isici to m s' thin no ovciv one knows that Do ou s iv iv" Win not' Tin 10 arc n isons vvhv not Wo ate not tomg to till vou tint a bottle of bcei oi a couple of cwkt uls will niakt noui lin tuin upMde down oi dccoiate tin lining of votu stomuh with .m Aniora Borcalis We aie going to till nu tint l- ind-liiMi as a hfo limi pohc it is woith the tumble wh n ou s i no ' I. You will have more money in your pocket Few people who dunk ind mio hquois icah?e how much money the are spend- ing on tins indulgence 2. You will feel better. One reason so mnnv people become "do ne ndtnt unon honor is tint tlu find thev must use nlchohol in oi di i to jit timpmaiv ulnf from the depression and phsical dts- lomfoit mwd h then pi evious dunking Theie ne no itamins in liquor 3. You will have greater self-respect and greater self-confidence. D iv in and d i out ou wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

1 Thursday October 16. 1952 The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Draft Director Announces Dates For College Qualification Test Around 4000 Texas college students nrc expected to take the thud nation-wide scries of Selective Service college qualifi- cation tests in December and April according to Brigadier General Paul L Wakefield state draft director The tests wil be given Thurs- day Doc 4 1952 and Thursday April 23 IIVJ at approximately 60 testing ccntcrb on college camput.es in Texas Scores made by students are used by local draft boards in considcrattng educational deferments General Wakefield said the es- timate of number of students who would take the tests is based on participation by Texas students in past tests Approximately 10000 have taken the tests in the past Students currently de- ferred on the basis of test scores or class standing in Texas arc in excess of 7000 Only 48 r Pawed In the first series of tests only 46 out of every 100 college stu- dents in Texas made av passing score or b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 16. IMS Indians Attempt To Remove Scalps Papc 4 Individual Match Skill When McMurry and Abilene Christian College clash in what is sometimes called "Abilcnc's grid classic" tonight in Fair Park Stadium some of the top indi- vidual lcadcis in Texas Confer- ence statistics will be meeting. In individual rushing three of Grid Intramurals To Make New Start "Men's intramural football will start Monday even if I have to come out and run it myself." That was Coach Mel Jowcll's statement earlier this week in regard to in- tramural grid play which failed to start last week. Intramural director Jowell at- tributes the reason for "no games" to several things. It seems Jowell was unable to obtain officials for the contests to have the playing field prepared and to obtain the necessary equipment; mainly 12 red flags one of which must hang from the rear belt of each player. "With Homecoming on us like it was we really should have never scheduled games in the first ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

The WAR WHOOP Page 6 Of Wildcats For Homecoming Throng Thunder. October IS 1IS2 ONE-TWO-THREE Hm'i thxM McMurry Indians who hav saen on two and thrt years of sanrica against tha AbUana Chris- tian Wildcats raspactivalr. Cantar Bob Loving laft has playad against tha HUUopppors thraa tunas quartarback Joa Allan Daan. cantar once and Wayna Graham. Triba fullback has tanglad with tha Faunas twica. All thraa ara dua to sac plenty of action tonight. Tribesters Vie For Eleventh Homecoming Victory in Fair Park McMrry's Redskins will be trying for their eleventh home- coming victory when they take the gridiron against ancient rival Abilene Christian College Satur- day night. In formar homacoxning battlas with tha Wildcats tha Mathodists hold an adga. Tha cross-town Christians hava won only two whila los- ing f iva homaeoming battlas to tha Indians. Tha most n cant McM-ACC homaeoming tUt was in ' 19S0. which tha 'Cats won 26-14. McMurry has been pretty gen- erous with its opponents on the day...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

! The WAR WHOOP Thursday October 16 1152 i$ sBBBBLbT wfc taK3 JSb t m f LH SIGN HERE. PARDNER. Young tons of Dr Richard C. von End head of the music department put their names on the register at tht all-school Western party as their parents (right) look on. Good Time Sad By All At Wild West Party Two hundud and fittv students .incl facult members attended Uie nil cliool Western Jaity host t d by TIP and 1HR in the Student Ccntei list Fnd.iy night Oni of tin I it Rt st turnouts foi .in all school p irtv the group was enteitnnid with competitive games square-dancing and a Western piogram cF.ituicd on the piogram wcic Elna Ruth Petcison and Pete Pet- erson singing western songs with IV tc pi lying the giut.u Billy W.ine Sisson and Milo Mays cieated laughs in i comedy skit Call oJwelll did a reeord take- off of It's in the Book " A West- ern band was made up of Elaine Graves Call Jowl II Eddie Beh- Essay Contest Open Plans for a nation-wide essay contest on the Point IV Piogram with pri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

1 '5 s ay. October 16 1952 W ork Camper Deats Sees Europe Via Hitchhiking Have you ever wondered how it would feel to tnkc only three baths in three months? Or per- haps you'd like to know how to proceed in singing a Texas cow- boy song to a Swiss farmer who can't understand English It seems unlikely that anyone could have had such experiences but they were just a part of the summei'b woik for Richard Deats McMurry senior minister- ial student who spent 12 weeks this past summer as a work- camper in Em ope. Richard whoso home town is Big Spring w a sonc of 70 Amer- ican young people who worked th issummci in work camps sponsored by the American Friends Seivice Commitec a Quaker organization Only 20 years old Richard was the youngest of the 70 work campers selected by the American Com mittec Over 300 young people ages 20 to 30 had applied The Quaker International Vol- untary Service camps were scat tcred al lthc way from Lapland in northern Finland to Algeria in North Africa. Richard...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 October 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday October 16 16 1952 rti Ex-Indians Say Reservation 'Aint What It Use To Be' By PETE PETERSON To ninny of the exes the enm- pus will look different this yew. In the past couple of yenrs there have been scvcrnl changes made in the buildings and in the gen- eral appearance of the landscape. The first and most noticeable change to those who have not been back to the .school since about 1950 will be the Student Life Center. Tins building is now under the diiection of Mrs. And- rew C Kockovw and it is the cen- ter of the social and religious life on the campus. Chapel programs club members church services and even some classes are held in the Student Life Center as well as parties in the social hall and games in the recreation room downstairs. There arc a bowling alley ping pong tables table games and magazines in the game room. AN EXPLANATION Due to postal regulations this paper !s dated Thursday the same as always although it is being released on Sat- urday this we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 October 1952

'r McM Students Declare Homecoming 'Success' Homecoming is over and Mc- Murrinns nre settling back down to the old routine. But it's not forgotten and it seems gcneraly agreed that " a good time was had by all." Festivities began a week ago today with the tepce-erecting ceremony. Servando Trevino had charge of the program which featured Tommy Burrows and Latatha Wood as typical brave and maiden wishing for a success- ful homecoming. Other wishes made over the campfire in the center of the stage were by Dean W. B. McDanicl rcprcscntating the administration; Mrs. W. B. McDanicl originator o fthc tepee village idea; Miss Julia Luker representing the faculty; Jcre Lawrence Student Council presi- dent; Richard Dcats senior presi- dent; Bob Epps junior president; Bert Affleck sophomore presi- dent; John Davis acting fresh- man president. Then the entire ptudent body joined hands and marched to the site of the tepee village to begin building. Lighting of the Council Fire took place Thursda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 October 1952

Tho WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 23 1952 rage 2 5L War Entered as second class matter August 27 1923 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas under Act of March 3 1879. Published weekly during the school year September through May except for stsited vacation periods by the students of McMurry Col- lege Abilene Texas. The War Whoop is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation and the Associated Collegiate Press. Subscription Price $1 Per Year Editor-in-chief Business 'Manager Society Editor Spoils Editor Photographer Itenorters: Richard Adams. Teddy Cooper llilli Gandy Jack Hampton Hershel Homer Li?. Lujnn Pete Peterson Heddell Peggy Rcntro Jarrell Sharp. Campaign and Campus The Campus Collegian University of Toledo asked two top student political leaders one Democrat and one Republican each to write a short piece in support of his candidate. Here's the result. For Eisenhower: First thing you notice about Eisenhower is a reddish-tan .sunburn eyes a striking blue. You will n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 October 1952

Thursday. October 23 19S2 The WAR WHOOP Page 3 SOCIETY: Boys' Club Exes Attend Homecoming Functions All four boys' social clubs en- tertained their exes with eithei a suppci or a coffee dui ing home- coming festivities IHll held their traditional chili suppci for then exes Friday night aftei coronation ceremonies The supper was held in the dining hall with 27 exes attending They were Ham Middlebrook Mack Bowjcr Wilson Johnson K. C McCasland Mike Jackson Royce King Haitsill Everett Dub Pool Gene Williams Eddie Spungcr Ohn Reddell Sam Thurman Bill Murphey Dick Raymond Don Bynum F G Hoefer H Leo Tucker Holiday Havlay Trop Wadzeck Clifford Howgcl Elmo Cure David Lod Mclvin Cook David Casey Elmer Watson Ralph M McClaskey Di Andiew Hunt sponsor and Btll Smith pitron woto present Holiday Hnley Jr attended the biippei as a Riiebt Scnatus Rominus -oied a camp stlo suppci to then exes Friday night Ees present were John Turnei Bill Wolfe and Luther Walkei Saturday morning found ces and members...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 October 1952

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 23 1SS2 ACC Whitewashes Tribe 26-0 at McM Homecoming McMurrj's homecoming foot- ball hopes weie doused b n de- luge of fircd-up Abilene Chris- tian College Wilde its Saturday as Indians ancient nvnis coasted to n 2C-0 win behind the offensive tunning nttuk of Jimmy Hnth and Jury Mullins and a fast- chniging 'Cat line Approximately 8000 en- thusiastic fans saw Coach Garvin Beauchampt' crew outdo the McMurrians for the third straight year. The Wildcats Jumped into the Texas Conference leadership with a touchdown in the first quarter two in the second and another in the third period The locals' first su ics of downs Rae no hint of the final score They m ide a t expectable drive to the ACC 30 but then they bog- ged down The Christians then begin a 74 aid diive ind on a 4th down Mullins tossed to end Ray Hensen who made three sen- sational catehes during the even- ing in the end 7one Co-eaptain Wallace Bulhngton missed the com ei sinn try The cross-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 October 1952

Thursday. October 23. 1952 McMurry Papooses Test Texas Tech Reserves McMurry's B team dubbed the Papooses journey lo Lubbock tu skirmish with Texas Tech's teserve rquad tomorrow and the contest should show plenty of spirit. Some of the reiervet tit tho bench all season and whan a B-gamc comet around they really let off the tteam. Then there's . alwayt the chance to prove to the coach that you're varsity material. The pressure is not so intense and such a situation makes for more interesting fool- ball. Both the varsity Indians and Coach DeWitt Weaver's Bed Raid- ers are idle this weekend The lied Haider B team contains play- ers who'll probably see varsity service before the season is over and Coach Wilford Moore's 23 Papooses will also be of value during the rest of the season. All but three of Moore's traveling squad of 23 to Tech will be freshmen. The three scphs are Otis Ratliff. Jim Bales and Billy Anderson. These three and the following freshmen have already seen considerable ...

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