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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 October 1952

Paoja I The WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 83. 1188 UatfymitiH 7aucU Maid of Cotton Contest Announced The 1953 Maid of Cotton who- ever she is will be one of Amer- ica's best dressed women. In its search for the cotton in- dustry's 15th fashion and good- will ambassadress the National Cotton Council announces the next Maid of Cotton will wear clothes created by America's most famous designers all in cotton of course! Impressive labels in the Maid of Cotton wardrobe include the names of Adele Simpson Claire McCardcll Carolyn Schnurer Tina Loser Ceil Chapman and Herbert Sondheim. There will be clothes by Chcc Armstrong Brigance Dorothy Cox of Mc- Mullen Emma Domb Korday Stephanie Koret and Myna of Bagedonow. Lending their talent- ed hands to the making of this fabulous wardrobe will be Toni Owen Jerry Parnis Celia Phil- lips Greta Plattry Pat Premo Raclson Esther Reifer Frances Sider Stanley Wyllins and oth- ers. The wardrobe will include the most up-to-thc minute styles. It will include...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 October 1952

The War Whoop VOLUME X AIULKM' 1hAS THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30. 19S2 1. AW ILiiiiiiiiiflR!ifliBilJ LiiH SHOWING THEM HOW IT'S DONE U Zona Donley president of Volunteers. The organisation's candlemaking project is probably the most unique they hare ever attempted in their drives for funds to help the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas Story on Page 4 Student Body Votes Stevenson Over Ike If the nation votes as McMurry votes Adlai Stevenson is the nextVj'rosident of the United States. Inca survey taken in assembly Tuesday in which about 360 student participated the vote was Stevenson 202 Eisenhower 143 Whip in otPs for Stuart Hamblen numbered 10 and two enthusiastic voters declared ' I go Pogo or no go'" Some student-comments on the election follow FOR IKE: 1 Eisenhower has had more relationship with foreign coun- tries and diplomatic circles 2 He wants and expects to do something about the Korean Eituation and being a military man he would naturally be more capable to settle it 3 The Amer...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 October 1952

Pate 2 Th WAR WHOOP Thundar. Octobtr M. 1M1 Christ Craves Companionship wi.t. muld v nat watch with ma ona houi" Matt. 28:40 One recognizes in these words of Jesus His passionate yearning for companionship In His hour of travail ana 01 agony cravcu the companionship of men Our blessed Saviour was no stoic: He leaned hard on loving hearts- He yearned for the fellowship of men as intensely as they yearned for His. And today he is the 'same .Tosnc still rmvinif fo rlovinc human companionship. It should be noticed that He craved this fellowship when it was utterly inadequate How little could these disciples fathom an that was transpiring in the datkness There He was bearing sin upon His spirit as on Calvary He bore it in His body. There He was giving Himself uttcrlv to God's will in the redemption of mankind. Even had the disciples been awake how little could they un- derstand yet He yearned for an imperfect sympathy like that In order that we might fuly appreciate this text wo place th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 October 1952

Thursday. October M. 1111 The WAX WHOOP Pate t McM TESTS KANGAROOS IN Indians-Austin Tussle Saturday McMurrj 'h 1952 football squad will nop final action nt home Saturday nipht as the tussle with the Austin College Kangaroos in Indian Stadium at 8 p m It Mill he the stcond conference game of the season for both teams The Texas Conference tilt could well be called the 'battle of losers" The Sherman crew beat East Central Oklahoma but fell to Southeastern Oklahoma Uni- versity of Mexico Midwestern nnd Howard Payne McMurry on the othtr hand hat yet to win. The Redman managed a 7-7 tit with the Eaitern New Mex- ico Greyhounds but dropped garnet to Sul Ross Mid- western. West Texas State and Abilene Christian. Bothcams weic victim" as TC pliopened two weekends ago McMurry was whitewashed 26 0 by anotant-nval in the Tribe Homecoming and Austin College was beaten by a single Howard Payne single point 14-13 Both McMurry and Austin College were idle last weekend Last season saw the Moore- me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 October 1952

Papc 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. October 30. 1IM Volunteers Make Candles For Fund-Raising Drive By IRIS KENDALL The Voliitttids hic become CIi.hhIK is C iinlkm ikitiK. m old .it t w.is first hi Kim m.m in.inv m.iis K hv (hose who ui ro cillid ' Chmillns" Now tin' Volun- tatis h ir ii mm (I this old pin- ciss in .111 ilfott to l.iiso moncj foi helping the needy .it Thanks- givmK md Chi istmus time The McMiiuy Ch.indleis" nrc rollLttuiK old candles which thoy .lie mclttnt; to icmold and soil Thr have .iltondy secured enough to begin their pouiinK and dcrot.iting but thoy must have a lot moie to complete their plans says Zona Donley presi- dent "If you have a few old candles or know of a fiiend who might you would bo helping the Voluntitrs to help the needy if you could locite candles for the group" she adds The group along with Dr and Mrs Llovd D Huff thou enth- sustic sponsors hope to have old candles to keep them busy melt- ing and pouring until Nov 26 Anytime you have candles or even...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1952

The War Whoop VOLUME XXX &9UU Claims 7omeom Davidson Conducts Religious Emphasis "Can God Count On You?" will be the question asked by the Rev. Don Davidson for his concluding message of Religious Emphasis Week. Friday morning's chapel service will be the end of a week of special emphasis on religion sponsored by the students. For his sermon tonight Rev. Davidson will speak on "Love Answers All Questions." Freshman Class Eltcts Council Freshman class elected a fresh men council at their last class meeting. The council composed of one or more representatives from each of the dorms one from town the four class officers and two clan sponsors will act as a planning committee and make class decisions. Students elected to represent the various dorms and town are Elwanna Latham Boyce Hall; Tamea Thompson Ward Hall; Phillip Conway Hunt Hall; Rose- mary Stewart and Jane Wilson President Hall; Jimmy Forshey Charles Hastings and Gene Bonny Gold Star; Gayle Browne A. J. Hoover Jr. from town...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1952

Page 2 Th WAR WHOOP Thursday Newmtar 19. 1151 1U Vote fteUd Molt The increased attention being given to new uMislatlons of the Bible by Protestant and Catholic alike has caused the American Bible Society to sponsor again between Thanksgiving and Christmas a worldwide reading of the greatest passages of the Bible. It is expected that these 29 selections will be read one a day by millions of people in not less than United States is honorary chairman of a committee of distinguished laymen supporting the movement. In his endorsement of the plan the President has said: "In these troubled times the truths which the Bible teaches- are of greater and greater importance to mankind. They are the only final answer to the forces of organized hate which now threaten the civilized world. "I hope that the Worldwide will be widely observed and that more Americans than ever will take advantage of it. Whatever translations or revisions the Bible may go through it will always remain in the same great ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1952

Par 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday November 13. 1152 Indians Tackle Jackets In Important TC Tilt "There's nothing so successful ns .success" the old adage rocs nnd the McMurry College Indians will be remembering it when they battle the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets in Brownwood Saturday afternoon. Two weeks ago a tired Triba eleven hald a '58 re- cord of no wins four dafaata and a tla. but than Coach WUford Moora's craw cama aUTa to beat Austin CoUaaja 27-1 In a Taxai Confaraaca tilt and contlnuad thalr win nine ways last waak against New Maxico AkM in Las Crucesi tha Aggies coming out on tha short and of a 27- 14 count. Then too the Redskins will be fighting to keep their heads above the water in the conference race. A win over the Yellow Jackets could make the Abilenians co- champs with ACC provided Mc- Murry could beat A&I nnd Howard Payne could roust the cross-town Wildcats. In confaranoa play. Me' Muxry and Howard Payne ara avaaly matched; both hold 11 records. Tha Indiana suocumba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1952

Thursday November 13. 1832 The WAR WHOOP Page t rvfji4ikK.vjPW fPgBBBBgHpBBBBK. gW- .vcdgMPv' i gasBBsUdsV VStT'! -. agH lr. v & ' gsssssrTLP: .. H -';' asBBm-jBsV.BBBB' i . v liBiiB flHPRKfMte gsgsgsgsgsgsgsH gggggPSgjyif'lggguHgf gHBHBHBHBHBHBHBj SCORING LINEMEN Jim Bales (left) and Billy Sinon hold a distinction not enjoyed by many linemen that of haring thair nam in tha scoring column. Balat a yarda to paydirt af abut Naw Maxlco AfcM last waakand and Sisaon. a guard fall on a fumbla for six points against tha Austin Oollaga Kangaroos two wsoks ago. Redskins Roll Past NewMexA&M27-14 Coach Wilford Moore's Mc- a play 'that laft tha McMur- Murry Indians continued their riana wondaring who had tha winning ways even out-of-state ball. as they rolled over New Mexico The Indians were not to be out- A&M 27-14 in Las Cruees last done .however. Taking the kick- weekend. The locals accomplish- ed their second straight win their final non-conference tilt of the '52 campaign befor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1952

Thursday November 13. 1M2 The WAR WHOOP Page S Social Clubs Have Varied Activities Delia Beta Delta BcU Epsilon met in the home of their sponsor Mrs. Ro- land T. Schacfcr sponsor for a social Thursday night. Relaxing from a week of exams the group sang held informal discussions and had refreshments. KITS Kiva members and dates went as a body to St. Paul Church Sunday night. The group met at Casey's after church for refresh- ments. Plans arc under way for the chapel program which Kiva will present Tuesday. Xo Sari Ko Sari presented the school with a clock which is hanging in the library. Since a large clock was greatly needed in the library the group felt that the gift could be enjoyed by the whole student body. -SOCIETY- aBvAaaaam V LmaaaaaaaaaV ' aalaaaaHLaaflaaaaP jFM ' t ' ! K'Ka I'V-.:' .4aBjawPVHeHeHCTMHa Wm.mM EIGHT ROMAN SENATORS want for a ink in the woods and steak-fry Saturday night Laft to right they are: Paul McCarty. Morris Coggin. Jamil Sharp. Sheridan Mallott Hershal ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1952

Page! The WAR WHOOP Thursday. November 13. lMI Circuit With JARRELL SHARP "Religion I don't know ex- actly what it is but you can find it everywhere" was a comment by a noted lecturer This lectuicr may have been speaking about McMurry College for one can find the influences of religion in most phases and de- partments of this college. One may not recognize that it is reli- gion but it is here in our activi- ties Look for instance to the band department with its various ac- tivities Do you know how reli- gion is expressed in this organ- ization7 Did you know that be- fore every trip the band takes they have prayer. This is done because the students believe it is the right way to start a trip One member remarked "This prayer gives us a sense of unity before we leave" While on tours the band ex Conjurers Conjure; Time Marches On Br PETE If I may say so this campus is lousy with amatuer magicians. Being something of a conjurer myself I am really in a position to make that statement with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1952

4Wf&K THANKSGIVING "O Give thanks unto the Lord; for He is good for His mercy endureth forever." Psalms 136:1 momomomomom The War Whoop VOLUME XXX ABILENE McMurrians to Attend MSM Meeting at Dallas Annual meeting of the Texas Methodist Student Movement will be held on the campus of Southern Methodist University at Perkins School of Theology November 28-30. Perkins and Highland Park Methodist Church will be hosts for the convention of 500 Methodist students. Thirty-four McMurry students will hear Dr. George D. Kclsey and Dr. W. McFerrin Stowe speak on the theme "To Magnify Chanters Return From Concert Tour The Chanters mixed choral group directed by Dr. Richard C. von Endc returned yesterday afternoon from a tour through Southwest Texas. Concerts were presented in churches and high schools in San Angelo Big Spring Midland Wink Monahans Crane McCamcy and Big Lake. Ensembles featured on the tour were the Indianaires a men's quartet composed of Kenneth Rodgers Jim Bell Clifford Hall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday NoTtmbtr 80. 1U2 S MOKE IGNALS Pg2 1U Voice NJU& Modi The American Bible Society is sponsoring a worldwide Bible reading movement. Now in its ninth year this movement enjoys the good will of all classes of people. All faiths can participate as the suggested daily readings (published below) are wunoui noxe or comment and any version of the Bible may be used. The Society gives the following suggestions for receiving help from God's Holy Book: I. Hold faithfully a stated craily you have time to think seriously. strength. II. Read carefully not mechanically nor just from a sense of duty but with mind alert and if possible without interruption. III. Read with expectation and delight finding the personal mes sage each day's passage has for you. IV. Road prayerfully and slowly. Let God through the Bible speak directly to you. Your inner response to God's message is vital. When He condemns accept penitently. When Ho offers help place your hope on it. When Ho comma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1952

0 Thursday. November 80 1952 The WAR WHOOP Page 8 r All Texas Conference and Reservation eyes will be on Kingsville in South Texas this weekend as the Tribe meets Texas A&I and tries to remain as a "possible" co-crown holder in the TC realm. The "ifs" arc plentiful but "if" McMurry is able to joust the Javelinas and Howard Payne upsets mighty Abilene Christian on Thanksgiving Day the Red skins could boast one of the great est comebacks on record. When you lose four straight and then V manage only a tic you hardly ex PREDICTIONS HOMER WINS BUT $5 PRIZE STANDS Hcrshcl Homer copped first place in last week's predictions contest. He and Charles Becnc both guessed fifteen out of nine- teen games correct. However Hershel came closer to the score of the Pittsburgh - Cleveland game. In fact he guessed 28 for Pittsburgh which was correct but missed the Cleveland score by nine points. The exact score was Cleveland 29 Pittsburgh 28. This week the War Whoop is again offering five dollars to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1952

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday NoYembe 10. lilt O Gnlf 9 Non 7G 7dlti Tribe Cagers to Play 16 Conference Games niggc.st chnnRe in the McMurry Indian bnskctball schedule re- ccntly released by Conch Mel Jowell involves the number of ronference and non-conference Kaincs. In years past each Texas Con- ference member has played each other conference member twice but the 1052 plans provide for four games between each confer- ence couple. McMurry's non- conference frays arc limited to nine this year against sixteen TC tilts. On the Indian's 25-game Penwomen Give Book To ACC Music Head Mrs. Andrew C. Hockover McMurry social director and vice- president of the Abilene branch of the National League of Amer- ican Penwomen and Miss Ethel Hatchctt president presented Dr. Leonard Burford head of the Abilene Christian College music department with an anthology of the best poems written by mem- bers of the Pen Women. The chapter gave the book in appreciation of Dr. Burford's con- tribution to the a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1952

I ') Deats Medina Elected Officers of Texas MSM At the Texas Methodist Student Movement conference held in Dallas at Perkins School of Theo- logy last weekend two McMurry scudents Richard Deats and Hope Medina were elected to the MSM council. Deats was elected vice-president representing the Northwest Texas Conference and Miss Medina was elected vice-president of the Rio Grande Confetence. With over 400 Methodist stu- dents from all over Texas Dr. George Kelsey of Drew Univer- sity and Dr. W. McFerrin Stowc pastor of St. Luke's Methodist Church in Oklahoma City spoke on the theme "To Magnify Thy Power." Dr. Kclscy was the speaker who through his lec- tures set the pace for the dis- cussion questions in the seminar groups. Being the devotional speaker Dr. Stowe gave the spiritual aspects of the central theme. One of the most popular pro- grams of the conference was the Town Meeting held Thursday night. The purpose of the pro- gram was to let the students ask the two speakers question...

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

The WAR WHOOP Thursday December 4 1152 Pagt 2 Kcvita Wait . Koioa still wtiits for Eisenhower Seoul grows impatient secur- ity measures are tightened. There is pne big question in the mind of every one tan the Geneial do any good ovr there? When can theie be peace in Korea? The choice is not ours to make. We have let ourselves gel to the point where only two solu- tions aie evident. We must either smash the communist power in Koica or wait until they decide to give us on armistice. Either way will only be a lull in the dying of a way of life ours or theirs. Supimsu we mount a terrible offensive in Korea n great meat grinder to crush the armies of the Chinese and kill a million of thir soldiers and how many of ours? Suppose we roll to the Yalu again in complete victory and the Chinese stagger back their Korean army beaten what then? Can we smile through the blood and tears and say "Peace at last?" Can we bring our men home and say you don't have to die again? We say again because eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1952

tj Thursday. December 4 1188 Khra Optns Yult Srason With Party Ktvn will host the first Christ- mas party this season Friday night at 7:30 In the Parlor C of the Wootcn Hotel. A traditional social given by the club the group will honor their dates with an evening of Christmas entertain- ment. Members In charge of arrange- ments arc Bob Kern David Bar- ros Bill Martin and Jcre Law- rence. Ken Wyatt heads the program committee while alt members are in charge of decorations. Tip Club luildt Float For Christmas Paradt TIP social club was one of the 17 organizations in Abilene who decorated a float for the Christ- mas parade which unreeled Mon- day evening in downtown Abi- lene. Theme of the TIP float was Three Kings of the Orient bring- ing gifts to the Christ Child. Three students from McMurry played the Biblical character roles. They were Royce Peterson Jerry Miller and Bucky Haw- thorne. TIP was the only entry from McMurry. Safeway Food Stores sponsored the group's float o Kappa Phi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1952

Pago 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. December 4. 1MI 7h Aam al 7JfH Versatility Is Keynote Of McMur ry Indian Band Folks in every part of Texas nrc "sold" on McMurry ns a re- sult of the tiavHs of the fnmed McMurry Indian Dnnd during the past six years. In 1040 after having directed the Abilene High School bands for 20 years Professor Raymond T. Bynum came to McMurry to reorganize the Indian Band. That first year with less than 35 mem- bers and traveling on the notor- ious "Red Dragon" McMurry school bus the Band made its first concert tour. Several members of the first year's group had never played a musical instrument before com- ing to McMurry. Others had had only limited experience. Only a few were accomplished musicians. But the Band still made a big hit with West Texas high school stu- dents. Members of that "pioneer" organization simply combined what musical talent they -did have with Professor Bynum'a knack for showmanship and they came up with something new in Band entertainment ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1952

TkmnUj December 4 1152 Tho WAR WHOOP Pa 5 McMurry m kcUUf. At? But Indians Drop Season's Opener To Wayland 81-75 The McMuiry Indian cagers rallied but too little and too Into in their 1052 inaugural game with the Wayland Pioncois in Indian Gym Tuesday night and came out on the short end of the 81 -"5 tilt. Only six minutM were re- maining in the final quarter when Carl Jowell. Don Tay- lor and Jerry English had fouled out in succession and the Tribe was behind 17 points. 77-60. But then a quintet composed of Eddie Behrends. Jim Jowell Fred Shelton Billy Anderson and Othello Moody set to work and finished strong: within six points of the Pioneers. The initial period was nip and tuck all the way und the usual first-game jitters seemed to be absent. Captain Behrends start- ed off scoring with a free toss and from that point the score was tied six times and changed hands eight times. At this point Behrends was handling the backboards well and Jerry English who found favor with the crowd...

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