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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1926

vx s f jE MEDLEY ANNOUNCES GRID SCHEDULE FOR .TS'" vmrn H'MURRY PROBABLY ENTER T. I. A. A BY FALL nrn VrfTiffJtsiJ Wv'trt tt! ..? aTjiW ' THREET.LA.A. TEAMS ON CARD McMURRV WILL CONTINUE IMRKBALL 7 m ; The 1926 McMurry Indians will face the stlffest grid schedule that has has been carded by Coach R. M. Med- ley in the three years history of the school. The 1st 'includes eight defl- t nltely scheduled games and one tenta- ' thre date .of which four u-itvi V strong senior college elevens and the les and is of the opinion that the T. I A-.A. will continue It' as a conference contest. Self Will Be SporU Editor of War-Whoop Despite the fact that Ml three- of the major conferences of Texas are considering dropping baseball as an inter-collegiate sport the McMurry Indians will continue to participate In the remainder' with the 'toughest Junior ...-..-.. ... a S rT!8 nS in UW8tate-- he has never considered Daniel Baker Cunyon. nnd Sam! . . r.u. u . ; .!.. ; . . i"w uripiiius uiio unuicu ui ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1926

wriB ajjjjjssjFWPwtr-r5r-.. v -h r 3 '3 :i.v HJ K :j x 3FTOANWNG UL )" -IRON COLLECTION CONTINUES TO GET MARKERS The R 'I lUMr of lin. n the Iirand .Collection : .t ml y mcreas- lie intercut run. id liy tlic lVc.it Toxiis h pilnlnp -o. i mint In Jicaduy. Ihojletters mulled nut lo ranchmen Mexico. & In M'Cit Tea's e i i r 1 'million hwestirn Ok In 11 ' v 01 in HEAVY DEBATE SCHEDULE MADE r NtfW I'orui l Mjimkci-CIocI Earl r.v- ii itm n Hint next tar's iJeliatcrj will have i ktroniDiH ilobatln? ae.uiin .Ml. N wlln s.i)h tli.it we v.lll have ut least five debates at houiu. 'Ilit-xo lire with Texas Tech John 'i .trklou Hnndolph M.icon of Ashland West VI glnlj Clarendon .md Caiio'i He alHO lays that tliu debating teams are planning on a tour through Tt-:a .(litljion. Curator of tlif I! and ng lrrn Momoil.il Collect.nn liae (.insert much enmnunt. Ttipllis tn tin no If-f'1 tars have hem ricclved dully Fome ft "the catttomen have responded with brand'n; IronR and others wrii lctlerH Aaxp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 September 1926

-52: ; i-t-r. y w 5 - '-rs.' " - ' ii X- ' War Whoop bJuii-jBl i ' !rM- i$Wj u i ' J2. -J 4 -V i-A1 J-i e ifcWwoSl 'V f M LYoMtarhr. ' OOLUftQB. ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 16 IMS. ' kP-- 1 IlJLi v-nt- R !K? L-Ji 400 ON TOUR fie DiAir dunu COUIffiCREWT rp Rv Takes Party; OffcbileniaUwThru . NationatPark A step' tonrard la the ' educational ' salss.w Abilene. aad Tasas waa saada iriy tats summer -when the Frank Baaay Tours were taeorporat 4u' part of tae curriculum ot McMurry JaadT AhOene CaVtettan Col; tt' legA ewurseia regional geography mi eqrd onthe trip to YeUowsteaa National lark kjr'U O. KanaaS; seed of the geography department of t A C. 0 ' Classes were contacted after meals ? each day la the dining car of the spe- v eUl train hy refesor.'Kaaamer 'A and Dana M. McKeown of Me- Marry who wu formerly a -guide In the National Park The tour waa I yeraealtiy'eejMlaeted by Mr.- Reedy. ' thoa assuring the studaats- of the highest type ot accomodations every; i what. - ipu .saaerleae aa w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 September 1926

!whI & .1 yf THEWAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas. Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Subscription Rates .$1.50 per year Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Abilene lexas according to the Act of Congiess March 3 1897. V. O. KEY Jr . . EUGENE LUKEH. . Editor Acting Business Manager A Thousand Students In 1930? The present certain heavy inciea.se in legislation and the past consistent substantial gains in eniollmont lecall the state- ments of a good many persons at the tune the piomoteis of the institution were beginning wuik that they would nexor make a success of it. These parties have all taken to the hackuooda ci Texas wheiv such schools actually do eist. Theie they may con- sole themselves with the proof of their nigi'menl. Within a period of three years McMurry College in addition to such phenomenal giowth in enrollment lor a chinch college has accomplished a number of things i.ithei unusual foi any school. It has att...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 September 1926

INDIANS REPORT FOR GRID WORK- OUTS; SIXTEEN LEFFER MEN HERE; fflfflg fWjg ftliiMM .. MM "o jf) iuO o uoY to dor3 omooloV oW loorfoS jr'- . it ? 0 T 'aaiBr ' iH By Paul Medley Frlda morning the Indian 'open- ed camp for the first time ai 11 T 1 -J A. team lth about Ihlrtj b aesi reporting for the Initial wot lout i 'ine riist call bioimiit in hihi tfKrt men both old and r.r lho prospect are Rood for a ton on; Ram thai will deal all opponents no little mlnery. With the shtei u letteiiiuu returning tty cuacn will piob.ibly send eternu team into tin. flr-t game nguiuat the Tech but ttiU doc not mean that the old mm hme ah- thlnK 'Inched There is so niucli Rood material coming In from the high schools of this nectlon of the Htate that the old men will he push ' ed In the limit 'to hold thilr lactu and man) of them will iee gamm from the side line The line haa bem the ihiif source " of worry for the coach but tiling ur beginning to look brighter with the return of nine of the old linesmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 September 1926

m -l-imSLJ mmis-. We Welcome Each of You to Our City of Schools Smart Shoes for Miss or Matron CINDERELLA BOOTERY 228 Pine St. WELCOME TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF McMURRY Mnku our Store your headtiunitors wliik- in Ahtleiu-. We will appreciate youi pntioiiuge and will be pleased to .seive you at all times. REX A. SMITH YOUR JEWELER Phone 814 2U3 Fine GREETINGS TO THi: OLD AND NEW STUDENTS l'HOM ' THE PALM BARBER SHOP WE WELCOME YOU TO AMLENE ANl '10 OlMl SHOP IN J'AIJl HOTEL 1IUILD1N0 W II IIRYAN. I'rop. McMURRY FILLING STATION WELCOMES NEW AND OLD STUDENTS Hiiy our litis ami Oil fiom a Mc.Muii) pat ion ami J. W. ANTHONY Prop. SUN ELECTRIC COMPVNY We have everything in Klectiicnl mussitans lot the Students. Visit us anil see what we hae J.V.I FINE PHONE 1000. ..!.""''''"""" """'"i IOT11K FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF McMl'HM THE McMURRY BARBER SHOP Is Vt Youi Seilw ami Appiecintes Y oui Rusini'ss. Sat 1st art ion Guaranteed. K. II. COX. Propiletoi. (North Side of Campus) We Ale- Distul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 September 1926

The War Whoop voLvma iv. STUDENT PUBLICATION OP McMURRY COLLEOE ABILENE "TEXAS. SEPTEMBER IE 1926. NUMBER I. MATADORS TAKE GAME BY FLUKE 7-0 P Bishop Moore Addresses New TALK PROVES OF GREAT INTEREST TO A BIG CROWD Flays English As Used By the Average College Boy With many of tho leading lay- men pustors and a majoiity of the Board of Trustees of the college in attendance Bishop John M. Moore delivered tho principal addicss at tho fourth formal opening of McMurry Col- lege Thursday morning Sept 16 to n crowd which completely filled the college auditorium. After the singing of America by the audience and several numbers by members of the Fino Arts Department Bishop Moore was presented to the audience by President J. V. Hunt He immediately gripped the complete attention of the audience by a masterly address de&limr with the nroblems of the young person Just entering! college and a discussion of the; importance of tho educational! system of this nation. Twenty-tour million students...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 September 1926

Ication of McMurry College Abilene Texas. Member Texas Intercolleginte Press Association. Subscription Rates. $1.G0 per year Entered as second doss mutter at the postofflco at Abilene Texas according to the Act of Congress March 3 1897. V. 0. KEY Jr . EUGENE LUKER. .. TOM CAMi'HEl.L. RALPH STEEN HOUSTON HGIJ- JEWELL P03KY E8KA QAOE QOnDON WEUU .. Editor Acting Business Manage! Assistant lMltor -Assat late lMllor Sports Killtur l'i miro lltlltiii Socluy Editor .staff IU parti r About the Gymnasium For the past three seasons Indian basketball teams haw been greatly handicapped because of no ivgulur place to woik. Tin.- season thec is great ptonti.se that this obstacle will be tetnoved and the McMurry aggregation will be on an equal footing with other college teams. Plans have lxen completed and const t tuition Is going fonvard rapidly on a gymnasium for McMurry College. When this work was begun it was thought that the students would contribute $1000 but so far only $12 has been tveehe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 September 1926

I . w ? .. ::.ffl I i lVWt ' ;Li r :-i 1 1 -v -mT."-mitJ T . W Vs" V vV'sj.( ft t fk'i- sjiaj uiXn Mrv K. ' XYBi I of IMC Vh'gold and tho flower hats ti vvroHlMfytth' girls presented the ni pearanco of a bwket of floewrx. The 1111 WSSwW lno basket weie I lit' "HtVf il?Pl Arnold I.cla Mae Skin Wi-;'Kl(tabelh Hunt Jcsslo Stoll Cor- Inn ..MjoReynold. Margaret Jones Aline Harris and Thelma MorrK fntV'PMlo girls occupied fl m JJcoJsilSd 'With' white chryaniitlitimim il" and told and grey streamers a litcti "' yellow butterfly was placed lit tho th fVanYloHAe ear. In which rode Mtsst" UUltn Park prealdcnt nuby Hurford -secretary! Jennie Tate sponsor Allur '3'J IV ' ! e ( oua' CJ ljr4nl7uucU from page 1.) JainbjU Kippn float wu. that of jJasfit woven' of the club colors THE FAIR STORE IlEADY-TO-WEAK MILLINERY GIFTS 'fvv"'lB7-.Noftl 3rd St. -Opposite I 0. Phone 1342. I""'" "--MORRIS LEDGER ! :: : uH)VKl -( Candidate fov Business Manager ; fcjJ -" THE WAR.WHOOP ihi i ; ;5w )!.(' 'our voe UM ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 September 1926

kst r I S. ALL SILK CHIFFON From toe to top Smart Shoes For Miss or Matron CINDERELLA BOOTERY 228 Pine St. PURPOSES OF IKE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXPLAINED xh BY H. LEO TUCKER On the evening proceeding torn mencement Day '2t there wu formed by the Alumni of McMursf. College an organization to be known a the Alumni and Fx Student Association of McMurry ColleRe The first claimo of the constitution gives the chief reason why these people who had poised from the Halls of their Alma Mater an studentn formed such an nrFan'j-on The pur pone of this or- ganization Is for tin membership to keep In close touch with one another and through the organltntlon to ex. press Interest and iteadfa.il loyalty In thrtr Alma Mater' In other words those who have pann ed from the scene of action 10 to peak want something that will tie them to the College and make them tee) they are In a way still connected with It They want to keep alive the friendships formed while there and to add to ihcm from the ranks of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 October 1926

The War Whoop VOLUlaH IV. STUDENT PUBLICATION OF ItcMURRY COLLBOE. ABILBNH TEXAS. OCTwRER 2. 1I. NUMBER t. HILL BILLIES DEFEAT INDIANS 30-0 I ft' t 3 Ledger and Hodges Win in TOTEM MANAGER RACE WAS VERY CLOSER TO 86 (Catherine Hodges Made Assistant Yell Leader Cloning a rather desultory political campaign of about two welu dura- tion the student elections were held tn the President's office last Tuesday begiuning Immediately after chapel and lasting until S o'clock. MorrU ledger was the successful candidate (or the positlou 01 Uusiueas Manager of the War-Whoop. ills lauipalgn was based ou his ability and expel lence and the (act that he is to graduate next Juue.juaklng this his last chance to hold such a post- tlou. uts campaign manager was lurberl West. .vlorrts Hodges was the victor. lu IU race (or Uusluess Manager o( the Totem with Wallace Ulu as the man. ager or his campatgu. The tact that his home is in Abileue and that he vias endorsed by the business mana- ger o( the 1JC Tota...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 October 1926

i THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas. Member Texas Intercollegiate Pi ess Association. Subscription Hates Entered as second clash' matter at the iwstoffice at Abilene Texas according to the Act of Congicss Maich 3 1897. V. O. KEY Jr . MOR1US I.EIX'.ER i'OM UAMI'III'l.l. KAl-l'lI Ml i:.s IIUl.MO.N -i:i.K jevi;ii i'oi:v -SKA liAdt: goiiodn vv i:iiii A Little Tin- new student usually i.i a victim to advice piofreied by tho uppei classman and he cauies out those suggestions especially if it lecuiii e.s immediate action. It has Ikvii necessary neaily every yeai in McMuny. to will the new htinlriit'.s attention to the lact that all the eiimpnient in he buildings i.s new. and niti.st be kept in the best condition possi- ble. "1 lit wilting on desks .stall as and walls is a pincticv that should have ilis.ipe.tml long ago. II you have an unholy de.siie to caive .wan name uikiii your de.sk just blip your book or note- book on the desk and whittle on it a while;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 October 1926

1 S VARIOUS PHASES OF THE PRESENT MEX4GAN SITUATION ARE DISCUSSED lt el C Ifi U it It US 1 OA lli II 1 is lit 1 tl tu I Ik ptuspultv ' ' " mi I ( of tht. i until tl.dltorsole Mr Ilunvuu li e ll 1 i in l itli lit. i mtt.li claims peul a tood deal uf tlmi as a U uhii tl o ittht to nt tutu an I 1 c 1 1 pmperty in MeucaflluWouls and id acuuiiliititt t-i tin -t- liui tin 1 vmrs Catholic Willi the Mutual conditions prtviliul pilti h 1 1 hi n stem ins property lu tli at sVoit'y In addition he lias r mil lit pei pit if Micu by fraud made u detailed fctud) or Mixlum UN lly 1X7 I nr Mail sitiuil nurc than toiy and tliVvViLus forcci at wuilJiim thl- I ot the lands of Mexico and In the loijuyun o the present dead S it ul u. It mc dint t Catholic law lock between chutti win stile then ri n rinptloii of thr t vcrnment uuw Ills tirtlUle' Wldl piciutits the lu iluit to hoi I propcrtv was taken situation ua lt;lstbttu no v ) I nm Hip latliillrt jpih hlo but the ' Ueico iaattvays luieie tin lo Hi p l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 October 1926

Y to-h H- MMMMS') MMMMMMMMMMM A PARADISE OF BEAUTIFUL NEW FOOTWEAR Smart Shoes for Miss or Matron CINDERELLA BOOTERY 228 Pine Street Tom Boy Skirts We have ju.st received u shipment of Una popular little Skirts. They ale all wool well tailoied in new models. They come in pretty blight .shades also Hi own and Black. Priced 56.50 and ."i.0 ffffBiHB33BBI PIONEER NEWSPAPERMEN MAKE UP MOST ROMATIC EPISODE IN HISTORY OF WEST TEXAS AS tlL 1'U. IH ilujt ut ttnl Tiuia nrt nul illy brioiiiuiK liiuiiliuntv hih! ImllaUiut il (.Uiiiuut hwiut inula nrv luiiitiosliik mw In tin. immory ut Hit iililiittiii t ttb.iy lit tit iirt' nhihliit. Itmr jiijlmt ul tin- inttltiiiuu. ami umii tlt Iul) Huuiittii" It bi-Itury Mult htiiulUK ti timii Hi fur 11 1)11 ut I tin glury frtlllo In nils uic ImIiii: iiiiimirlulU i of lht rumuiiH ' mat. Hit' ilontir i mil barutit will I" luttitl in the Htiiiio t Uiirrl noil lli'l ut Hit I'ulvviiill) of 'lfiiM tA '1'jllt) t "artn'j" ot 'llit Altmii) Niuii it.it ftrtt itub- IM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 October 1926

The War Whoop V0LUM2 IV. STUDENT PUBLICATION OP McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 0. 1926 mtoomu INDIANS WIN FORM BUFFALOES 21 TO G THEPOW-WOW A certain slime la reported to have written hunie that his name wa.s posted uu the honor roll alter the faculty turned in the tluuklng list fast woek. 1 After partial recuperatl.ni from I ho Billy Ooat catastrophe Hnd complete loss of memory of the affair .thliujs are beginning to look slightly better. Herb West Is beginning to look as If though bis shoulder will be well enough to participate In the devasta tion of the Thanksgiving Turkey In the form of talneers. the Sehrelner Mount! Karl Nowllu is scheduling a series of debates which will take a powerful barrage of hot air lo conquer. lie aa) the trip to the national capital la prac-1 tlcall) a crrtulnty with only four more debates to cinch it. This will make debuting one of the foremoat ' wtudenl activities. Tht. team will bej worth while to make I' purpose 01 uiscussiug policies ami . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 October 1926

ltff)SX& THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMuiry College Abilene Texas. Member Texas Intel collegiate Press Association. Subscription Hates . PLAY-BY-PLAY ACCOUNT OF THE DANIEL BAKER HILL-BILLY FRACAS JSnicred as second class matter at the postoffice at Abilene Texas' according to the Act of Congress March 3 1897. i-L . . V. O. KEY Jr MORRIS LEDGER TOM'CAU'HLLL llUlbl'Q!? hVA.V . . iV.WVAA.VCteV.Y LSKA &At.i: . OOHDUfc WUI1U McMuny won the toss and Uonaltf- $1.50 per year un kkki-d over the goal line. Daniel II.tl.tr s ball on lur own 20 yd. line. .k llllanm made aevin yatda around rlKlit end mill Hack phiKged right liuaril fui 1 more anil flrnt down. Klack inmlc a 2 ard tliruHt through it nti r at. 'I hit 7 yard iuii went for miUKlit LdiuiKv of an offside penalty. McWIIllatiH falkd to tarry the ball ou In two plajH and Dunltl U.iKer Mcl.nl 31 y.titli lloiln itH tackled for a 4 yaid nnd a pant. Murphy to Hill wax Editor Business Manager Aailstiuit IMitu AsHoLlate Kdltor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 October 1926

w fc.k- "Floafilfimtttek-Mty" Will Miles Around the Globe During School Year Whatllaa been pronounced as om fifty i:iff i.ieuibeu and fort-siv. of the moat hovel educational expel 1- other attoml.iut l "III find mill tint I menu over attempted was begun re- foi bIs'iI munt'is du.iu; vv huh ttin ' Lntl when the uteanishlp "Ryndum" balled riom Hoboken with 500titudent and 69 yiofeBKo'iir'aboard (or a vougo axoundatlie wWdMWbdrporatluR study and- travel. The erulae of the lOiidum'ix under the manhteWW'W'1ie University Travel AcHoclatlon lnc - Headway. and thefWfW'e1(fJ6t"tlif unhirsltj U Charles l)tlAdiuI'Q Westei n Re- serve. .The promoters .Mate that the tour will be Htrictly educational on Hea and land with Ions hiurs of study and. high scholaruhlp standards One hundrSfq&iilttiFh'ty of the five Immlr-'-Wad'jfVUinjd the ship are younK women. These students with MAGAZINES A refreshing stud by Albeit Ed- ward Wlftgam entitled "Ilrains and Where; They Cunio From" l.s to bo found In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 October 1926

1 ! II im l ftH A PARADISE kl-OF BEAUTIFUL NEW FOOTWEAR uiiKitt kjttvv-o ivi uing ui tiiviii CINDERELLA BOOTERY 228 Pine Street J GBISSOM'S Department Store "ABILENE'S FINEST STORE" Phone 1261 206 Cypress St. STUDENTS Get your Football stickers at Grissoms. They are in McMurry colors They are FREE. WHEN THE EXULTING PARENT WANTS TO BOAST OF THE FAMILY BRAINS SHE TALKS OF "OUR OLDEST BOY." Mayflower arc taken at face value. I'caihticrs Exterminated The biilllant chap Is foxy enough to drlRC Innumerable wayii and meana whereby misery In untold quantities may be ritult to those In authority He is generally Bate at such alnce the borers !ice practically exterminated the peach tree. Imagine the situation existing when there irs two brilliant boys residing under the name paternal water.shed. Heated words flow freely and con tinually. Even physical encounters been fully developed for the arrogant if nbiertatlons and historical indlca- maternal ancestor never mentioned . turn prmlng that it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 October 1926

The War Whoop VOLUMD IV. STUDENT PUBLICATION OF McMUlUlV COLL1XJE AUIMSNU TEXAS OCl'OUEK 16 1926 NUMBER 6. K P :THEP0W-W0W: 4 ory few students touk lmuitdlatu note of tin pei inn nl v hldi the st Uf conducted with the l)inuimut of lNychnti)( liu-l vnik pi villi Hit icontentlon tint the pwn uf olmrin tlnu uf Hit iivtiiiki collit Minimi Is nil A m up of Hunt 11 ill lniiils ilhl not tuiiiie tin mil Innovation in tin spilling of Hit wtinl triim lui iiM-. at lioms 1'iuf lluldtu Inn! it pointed out tu lilui iltn thiit niliiults obstr utltm As l'lul It nit w II would s iy llui pcrciitii pown ol tlit tmriiktf M iuK ut is rutlior intilloiii Comli I! M Medio Inuucd tin mir ferihR thnpil iiiultltii(ltH with n chnnko of munu Monday morning His tiilk wus stialklit stufr which yours truly and everyone cist would do will to pattern by 'Don't git chesty" was the general thime of Ills 'pep" speich which will go down In hlstoty ns one of the fow speeches dt III end in the McMurry Chiipel with u color...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 October 1926

tmm ft i i THE WAR-WHOOP Student Public ition of McMuiry Collegi Abilene Texas Member Tex.is Intel collegiate Press Association Subscription Hates $1 50 pel eai Entered as second elass matter at the postoffice at Abilene Texas according to the Act of Congress March 3 1897. V. O. KEY Jr MORRIS LEDGER . Uditor Business Munagei lt)M C AMIMIEI.K IlALl'll STLI N HOUSTON Shl.r- JEUrM I'OSEY SHKA (JACK 0OUUON WKII1I Vsslstant hdltor .Associate Alitor Sport fdltor 1 enure Hlltor Society IMItor Staff Ileporter Contributors to this trillion Hubert ( urry Virginia Potts Frances "Kelly Edgar Irvlm arrle Katharne Hazel Arnold Haimel Ilrown Edgar Pl . Hertz Hits A Homer Millions heart! and saw in thtir mental eye the mighty Grover Cleveland Alexandei as he diove back the hard hitting New York Yankees in the lost Woild Series to even things for the Cardinals 'Ihe s.inie millions had a common feeling foi the "cast- off " as the 40 yeai old huilci hteiall lought his way back into the i calm of sport...

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