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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1965

irqi Aria tico, 1,230; Cnlora e.xas -i'y,: Itate. | lind Ad pores \ 79-79-5H poking I j)f the I iinc c fading | Kt Theyl (he Abft ent, |md the 8 !S !187| 800 Students Participate In Massed Choral Concert 1 The TWC Choral Festival, under the direction of Dr. David Foltz. will be climaxed tonight with the presentation of lti choral selec- tions. 800 Students from nine high schools and the TWC College Chor- us will perform tonight at 7:30 at Will Rogers Auditorium. The pub- lic is invited to this TWC-sp<*isor- ed event. There is no admission charge.1" „ The high schools, participating are Arlington Heights, Carter-Riv- erside, Diamond HilJ-Jarvis, East- ern Hills, North Side, Paschaf, Polytechnic, Technical and Castle- berry'. The selections that will he per- formed are: "O Clap Your Hands," "Behold, Bless Ye Jehovah," "Mj> Eternal King," "Lost in the Night," "Forth from Jesse Sprang a Rose," "When Jesus Was Yet a Child," 'Wondrous Lot'e," ,'JJHi>ose Some- thing Like a Star," ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1965

MM| V Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, November ]9 V, Volunteers Wanted For English Digs' Here is a novel and oxciting way for students to spend next summer in Europe. Last summer, students from 36 colleges in 21 states ex- ercised mind and muscle, mostly • to their immense satisfaction, 6'n archaeology "digs", in England. The offer still goes for 1966. Stu- dents may help to reveal the sec- rets of a Roman villa, an iron-age hill fort or the structure of a med- ieval town or Anglo-Saxon cath- edral before they disappear, per- haps forever. Expanding housing programs, city center redevelop- ment and new highway projects in Britain today'' have opened up #Hany new possibilities fqr archae- ological investigation. • _ American students may help" in this important work, earn credits, make international friends and re- ceive valuable training in archea- ology, by joining a program spon- sored by the Association for Cul- tural Exchange, the British non- profit organization. Volunteers first...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1965

. e^ber 2, 1965 THE RAMBLER -c age- Th-e* ,ow|jCheerleaders Conduct "Ns Spirit Stick Contest - * " „•* «r fW .. ^ Si showiae TWCa foil cheerleaders — Med Coffman, Joy Garret 1, Gilbert Ze- peda and Diane Conrad — are asking snpp< t of the student body to attend all basketball games and pep Wl i t : In older to increase the enthu- siasm of |ch' ol spirit, the cheer- leaders wili be awarding spirit sticks this jj'ear. They will be given to the Mbuas or organization showing tiie most school spirit .it pep rallies rind at games One will be given at each pep rally and at each game for the group which shotyd the most enthusiasm at the —tr-— :>us on the ;i Dr. Crow Teaches Course for Parents K.— a glorious day of ; a da> ' ) Dr. V If^Of education, and her husband, Dr Porter Crow, it is a y « .day foHBpcunding their favorite in^ • jjjuiM —|education. thenars* fhe .Cwjvs began this month teaching a|course in child growth pient to young parents rents at First Meth- course is held oon...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1965

hi Page Four THE R A MBIER Tuesday, Noverr <4 *<• TRINIDAD FRESHM^NL David Phillips enqaqes in one of his fa- vorite castimes — pinn-ponq. His other leisure hours are spent playinq soccer, writing—when in the mood—and watching tele- vision. —Photo by Steve Williams _ Now is the time for all of the following seniors to fill out an activity sheet for > the 1966 TXWECO, unless, of course, they do not want any of their activities listed in the senior section.. They are: Roland Barkholtz, Mrs. Smith Chosen Girl of the Month Mrs. Martha Smith, chairman of the home economics department and sponsor of Gamma Omicron, was presented the "Girl of the Month" award at the Gamma Omi- cron Slumber Party Oct. 22. The award is presented each month to the most outstanding girl in the department for that month. The recipient must con- tribute the "most" to the Gamma Omicron orjjnnization, show the greatest interest in home econom- ics, and uphold all standards of a typical homemaker. MARTHA SM...

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

M w8m If. vember 2. 1965 THE RAMBLER Page^ve , innie Danny f ,■ Great Pumpkin failed to a,'.;-oar Halloween nl I no to reap such misfortune'.' We toiled and til led'in our tch ;ill summer long. The only pumpkin that visited us |>q-lantern carried by a young trickster Who had a chocolate Id his mouth. I Jope . . . Yoyr columnists have finally had their first o ri- felH-r.' several hours trying to write the review on Cue for 3r- - was typing out how wonderful, Carl wn- portrayed Ether half was scribbling something about the lighting being |S. .t wanting «Pcause a family feud, we invited ablest P'",-.. Wood, an <.\-Ramtaler editor, to ci.ntribut?Mw<opihii>n or our page. All problems were solved. JONALITIES . . . Music student Gilbert MBPherson is heard fclizinn all over the campus. He could be TWC's answer to He could be — but he isn't! p \ Barrett and her cute roomie Sandy Acklin are considering |let lessons at one of the local studios ... A couple of Jnnis fiends. Dijfie ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1965

'IBS H I i ■ X > M ■m 9 Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuescjay, Nov Junior, Three Sophs Help to Off si Ram Basketball Team's Inexperiei The Ram basketball team has two "old hands" this season*in the persons of senipr co-eaptains David Weber and Larry Phelps. At the opposite end of the scale are six ning his team's free throw award as a junior. A terrific outside shooter and a steady player, Barrick will be counted on heavily to back up freshmen, none of whom has ever Weber and Phelps at guard. He was played anything except high school a part-time starter and averaged basketball. 10 points per game, last year as a Coach Elmer Hanebutt is count- freshman, and was an honorable ing on the four other members of mention all-conference selection, the team to help bridge this wide Barrick, a physical education gap between experience. experience and 'in- This quartet is RUSS BARRICK BILL ROBINSON | s compost^ ern Turne of Russ sophomore returning lettjermen; Tommy Wendorf, a junior trans- fer from...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1965

AMERICA CITY *7 WGWTH, TU1S a trd titi, iKinci a erned a irrison I Jacks* eviousiv ;.shins? larterbai of rece the pe E 5-21# I THE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 TEXAS WESLEY AN COLLEGE,"FORT WORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 1965 vSUlXy NO. 9 an QRT Parties Begin ampus Co-Eds .Student Center. Peter Nero To Perforin Thursday Night, Nov. 11 usl l>e. posted Nov. 14 in fakefield'S office. Coeds up their bids Nov. 15 in fii Aids ..Room in the li- 6:30 p.m. * ■lul) has, a maximum quota Peter Nero, the world-famous pianist, will perform this „ Thurs- day night at 8 p.m. in thd' Fine -Arts auditorium as the fall Cele- brity Series presentation. Students must present both their activity cards and their tick- ets at the door. Tickets should have been obtained by last Friday in the Senate office. This 30-vear „old RCA Victor recording artist has multiple tal- ents, visible through concerts, records and TV appearances, and most recently through motion pic- tures. He made h...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1965

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, Nover DWC (Lk J> On - Soon many gentlemen at TWCjwill be receiving bids from one or both of the social fraternities on campus. This is the time when new students will meet many "special" friends. Bids will be accepted and pledgeship begun. New pledges will tesrfn the glorious history of their fraternity. They'll work together until that grand day when they will be put through an initiation ceremony, all in, the name of "brother- hood." It happens every year — many will drop out, others flunk their classes, some flunk their pledge manual, and a few will get fed up with the whole affair . . . and to many it seems just this simple. Social clubs serve many useful purposes and should be taken seriously. Rushees should be extremely careful in selecting a club — for a wrong decision could lead to a miserable fraternity life on campus. : Social clubs exist to aid a student in enlarging his social interest. Through close association with club members, a stu- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1965

* THE RAMBLER 1 'jH nd vs RS of Phi Beta^ Lambda tour Mrs. Baird's Cake Factory on a fie^d trip which also included Ben Hooan Golf Company ews Phi Beta Lambda Sponsors Field Trip; Visits Two Companies During Tour h Mirtiy if Am«jB defiant wrtsj J L'nii«jv Alii, Sifts jcd > our battle aJ pie do B who dt t he TWC ^un to •S- This's; id tb n student^ who bun® denounni stand, d ;-r' i vers. am.ua Sip, lonary d men's sen? taken & oring a 4 campus ti aflfl let® nan. The nd tfe 5 r of Con e1' Taraffi in VifP ■orthy cut 1 women < ATiteatiK (nvi re also a to help Nam. It? ckaging si nd williia | others t: i these) examples i icerned 3 i citizens: o wants S >r letter i ay con® of the i number is- spapers, i nember^ Members of Phi Beta Lambda, national business fraternity, tour- ed Mrs. Baird's Cake factory and Ben Hogan Golf Company last Thursday, Nov. 4. Those who attended the field trip were: LaDene Parsons, Marcia Moore,"* Jim Keith, Ken Linton, Betty Marchbanks, Janis Page, Na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1965

Page Four THE RAM BIER Tuesday Nov Service Clut>^ Helps With Gift Lift, CF Pledges of Gamma Sigma Sigma, national service sorority, are help- ing with the All-American Gift Lift and the Cystic Fibrosis cam- paign. , , The Ail-American Gift Lift has provided the organization with its first 'national program, Its pj .. Two Clubs Sponsor "Thank You" Drive Do you like to see a "thank you?" Then give yourself a treat and donate to a worthy cause at the same time: Be thanked for your generosity. Alpha Phi Omega, national serv- ice fraternity, and the Probation- ary Chapter of-Gamma Sigma Sig- ma, national service sorority, are jointly sponsoring canisters f«r* donations to Cystic Fibrosis on campus'. These canisters are in the sub, the ad building, and the cafeteria. For only a dime you can "sea" a thank you. The two service organizations are also working downtown at the Cystic Fibrosis,, headquarters, fil- ing and recording the amount of ^ money taken in on last Tuesday's city-wide dr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1965

vf - bef 9, 1965 THE rambler Page Five ZJL RJ WcCo, fconnie 'P Danny lmid-i J EAD Oil I AND! |Ostrich, )udley lieerleada I for Sala In in the Jays, H luffered ! by the NATION 1ARR \33 S ledale TWC) 19,10,1 pre of' It FREE J FREE $1.1 Ind appsS bre and SI pearl nedj I'HIS AD SIFTS |-Away mni u ire looking for an unusual gift item for Christmas, then | •urther! No. it's not this column. Martin's of Polytechnic |i, "canned socks" for-men. That's right, one pair of socks metal can with a label which reads "hand-packed and I especially for the discriminating gentleman." What's ied briefs"? " WiONS & FADS: High school students have done it again! m thout socks have "become so commonplace with teenagers h ive had to come up with something new! The latest thing ys is to wear an earring on one ear which is usually pierced |B! < <ol? Blue corWuroy pants are definitely "in" this. fall, hirts and ties are going to be very much in demand: s favorite comic strip, Peanuts, will soon be m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 1965

£> <5 Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, N GARY HAUB MIKE PRICE Six Freshmen Join Ram Tea Make Up Half of 12-Man Rosti This season's Ram i\fr< basketball possesses Rood speed and a good RONNIE EADES RUSSELL GOLDEN Giants Take Win Again By Beating Eagles, 20-0 team, is heavily laden wit (^Inex- perienced freshmen, but coach El- mer Hanebutt isn't overly worried. In fact, lie thinks it might be a good omen. , The last time a Texas Wesleyan squad was dominated by freshmen (during the 1962-63 season"), the Rams won their last Big State Con thence championship. During thg 1963-64 season, when the Rams were supposed to have a veteran team, they slumped to a third-place tie in the conference race. Again last year, when they supposedly had experience on their side,' they finished as runner-up t Lutheran. Sd coach Hanebutt can be ex- cused if he is slightly on the op- timistic side about the upcoming season. rt "I don't know why it is that we've,always had better luck with' young teams,"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 1965

k£ IE RICA CITY :>irr>v TULA! THE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS. TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 1965 NO. 10 W «fj "i the, I -5- ai -a I unprov® 1 He is sa sajor. Ielson LANE .« ?a the 6.38" Ittend Rush This Week \V< >men Catharine jas* designated this fcsh Week- for M-eds joining: one of the f: clubs op campus, jis gave its informal Ight. Autiss will host tonight "and Deka's ■ Wednesday. J parties will start pen;n_ with'Entre Amis, fibers will hold their |y flight, and flekas will (party Saturday night, prill be in Miss Wake- Be on Nov. 22, and the jje posted alphabetically Idoor at 8 a.m., Nov. 23. Bung at 6 p.m. all girls Ses appear on' the list |Miss Wakefield in the room in the library or reject their bids. Workshop To Present Two Operas on Friday Opera with a new twist will be Naturally, she \. seen in the Fine Arts Department's the candidate's >tes fo? him diligence is and re- presentation of "The Committee," an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 1965

"1 V <s> it/ Page Two THE RAMBLE,*" Tuesday, No vender 16 ] Needs Concept Applied to TWC In Essay by Dr. Charles Hager^ Editor's Note: These remarks by Dr. Charles Hager> director of counseling and guidance at TWC, are purely personal and do not necessarily reflect the have to be satisfied or there is no once were considered frills are Point in even thinking about any novv considered necessities, which other kinds of "needs. This concept has greatly increased the need lor is, as applicable to institutions as financial support. The need ih this it is to individuals. " area, however, seems to me to views of Anyone else connected After the survival needs have have moved up into the category been satisfied attention can then of enhancement needs. be devoted to satisfying other There seems to be a fairly well needs. Usually the'next order ofc> secured financial support for TWC needs to be met can be grouped to keep operating as a college, under the heading of enhancement need...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 1965

*e Svember 16, 1965 qp THE RAMBLER Page Threq r Ed Harris Steals utlaw, Gangster in Trudy Marley nbler Editor Fi :nand. - ^|.amas, ■he, Harve Presnell, ; Ke< nan Wynn, J'ohn- •and Fabian — all |Holly wood celebrities i Texas Ranger Story WC's owrr Ed Harris, estern-looking junior major from Hous- !!i kivrned by his a cent, producer Bob Callahan play two different |four-episode docuitien- ir To Speok Assembly |aitl\ convocation, spon- i Religious Life Council, ■Nov. 23 in the fine |r!t . during assembly |t speaker will be J. P. of B •■•adway k*gtist His talk will be based nksgiving theme. pi, preacher, 'lecturer, and previous college facul- has traveled widely, erved Baptist missions leached for Statewide pat at Honolulu, Ha- tured at the Interna- |et Seminary in Zurich, |h holds the present rec- Bg on more Baptist Stu- r-Focus Weeks as pastor My < the;- minister in the tist Convention. ■ a thanksgiving atmos- ' .um light will dtoMjtteii an;! rhe "Dove of Ue spotlighted on v- f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 1965

<p Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday. Noverrt ' 6, 194 P5i mmm Dr. Wonders Returns from Month-Lo\ Preaching Mission in South Ameria (Editor's Note: This is the first of a series written- by Dr„ Alice Wonders, who recent- ly returned from a preaching mission in South America spon- sored by the Board of Missions of the Methodist Church. Dr. Wonders is the chairman of the Division of Religion and Philos- ophy.) On Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m., 33 mis- sioners gathered here for their first instructional meeting in prep- aration for a South American Mis- members of tiw? V group became er area several years thenvhow funds were raised by 1906, and has served various churches, districts, con- ways ever since, ferences and friends. One man re- ported a campaign by his confer- ence called GROW (Get Rid of W.) The tour members came from 16 states from California to New Hampshire. All were 'anxious to learn wgys of making the tour meaningful to the Chileans, their friends back home and themselves. We we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 1965

member 16, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Five Q I !>"?. i N'earj Ronnie 3L vu °!f i Danny a •irsl these, nw all ihin i nn? p,J 'xfieriejj re i JtfeJai I *"l jAndes.! |f Peru I ewortiffli jKsMBt 1 reward i Method (aid, "Si -ssume j I with jij "range j Is unespei juth Aral Club the Hi fity-one a| and y |-uctors fnembeis Irnics hoi oconomi coffee, (locoratioi pach tabl reggy Irs. s. Bayli • ..it the FA auditorium echoed with the exciting Peter Nero and his combo. The 30-year-old pianist, was ,> ..nd appearance at Wesleyan and he recalled his first nan< here as he strolled to the edge of the apron and re- "Glad t<> see you've got the place fixed up." EROS TRIO consisted of Bane Phillips at the string bass e cu.vt« on the drums. Cusatis is remembered for his stren- ve-r- .mute drum solo during a number called "Two Base Hit." i - r story of the 88 was obvious as he played everything ,('<■•! vi n'to modern. jazz* His stage presence and ability to '*3kt 'n ' / ,tf kvith the audien...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 1965

B' «C3, . '/ hs Fage £.x * THE RAMBLES Tuesda/ N-: Rams Plan Tarleton Turkey Plud For Holiday Season Opener Nov. • As Texas Wesleyan's Ram* ap- what better all the rime " working : ; h the ••ar J ' The Ram- h.r. e ve:-y v.-.- <'l . :■ n basket oall seasorj.~*7?oach Elmer remaining in which to sharpen < "titer Hfeneruft is conyincwfof at least themselves before- plunging into M st one tiling: His team, may be in for the season. The seasoi) opener is • will be some hard knocks early jn the scheduled next Tuesday nigfit. Nov. [.coition > # ;th T.-rieton State of St' - eas- n. «■ • "We're definitely going to make i ; ,t • : mistakes the first part of he year," is the way the coach ■urns up hi-, feelings 'after sev eral reeks of workouts and several criminates with junior colleges, :ollege and independent teapas. But. the Ram coach isn't quite us p>6ssirn Lstit as"' that statero may stsixnd. Hi also .say this," he continued, • o^^^^itude arrd ■'.•■•.•.:-■• '•<n- tir.'jWl^r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

> i •v>.: ^xperi Seniors Announced in Who's Who Among Students in U.S. Colleges by Trudy Marley Rambler Editor Fifteen seniors have been jwmary Bell Elaine Blair Sr;. arn s Xd i nan-s xie Calahan uon a!k ormer unung i the sen Pat Denis rner, R Universi- ties. Chosen by a faculty commit- tee, the stu- dents were se- lected on1 t he. basis of schoj- Tim Curbo Buddy Daniell m ■ I i *£ ^ Kathy Duncan Mike Gibson Laurel Henry Lcrry Phelps Jonna Rhodes Doug Ruthven Glenda Steel | Gar)' ItUME 39 'avis Wins Honor IVEETER Lr specia pds. . lywhere iill !rs Hwy. >4 1 AND TWC lected list Thursday an® Friday as [the 1966 Miss Publications is ■' Davis, junior art major from Worth. though three candidates were ible for election, both Trudy Hey and Glenda Steel with- |v. their names before the re- tion. leaving Miss Davis un- )sed. Mary received a trophy and Ivvn from Press Club President, }k Stuteville. member of the Press Club, ry is assistant editor of the vveco. She is reporter of EA a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

rttSu Page Two THE RAMBLER •Tuesday Nov f - ZJhanb Solving Do arks Oi inw J>teS5in(jS pC1 *•<. X.. y — 1 HAPPY THANKSQ^ViNG Remember Thanksgiving is traditionally a time of praise, a time to give thinks for our mariV blessings. Main** believe this is a time-worn tradition that should be tossed out on the junk pile of other sentimental but senseless practices. What have we to be thankful for? The cynics will quickly point out that we are facing world crises each day—the war in \ iet Nam—as well as our own racial and'political upheaval. They will grimly add that juvenile delinquency is at a peak and the crime rate, even in the All America City, is high. Poverty is widespread and unemployment is still a probfem. What do we have to be thankful for? These problems are not new. nor has there always been an easy solution to them. Even our pilgrim fathers were faced with major crises. They had been, living in^ revolution in England, and were noty faqed with making a*new start in a str...

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