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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

--nt November 23, 1965 THE RAMBLER Chapt ■' Chants ' Page Threo Thanksgiving Approaches Scene; Turkeys Hide from Cannibals by Cheryl Stinsori Rambler Assistant Editor Many a TWC student will return i r< >r ^the ■ Thanksgiv ing holdidays five pounds heavies after the tra* ditional Thanksgiving feast which is as traditional as America it- self. The belief that Columbus" dis- covered America is currently be- ing torn apart in scholarly re- search, but the infallible truth that the Pilgrims did discover Thanksgiving in the American fashion, remains. Thanksgiving did not begin in America. The first trace is found in-the Bible in Leviticus: "When' ye havt? gathered the fruit of the lan?L>fcast unto the Lord." The Pilgrims, under persecu- tion, and seeking to break away from England to worship and speak as they pleased, struck out on a now-famous .boat, the May- flower,, in 1620. They came in sight of land, but if they had been think- ing of grass, flowers and birds, they musfve b...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

■ -w- Page Four the rambler Sounds of Music' Fill FA Hall Daily As 7W Singers Prepare Repertoire by Paul Sanders Rambler Staffr,Writer The halls are alive, with the sound of music. . And this music springs frcnn the choir room in the fine arts build- ing, where 47 members blend their voices in harmony. as well, the Singers are partici- pating in the greatest enjoyment One hears this sound every Mon- ever — that of working together, day,' Wednesday, and Friday at Being in the 'Singers'.is not all 10 a.m. and Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. l'un, nor is it nil work. The Singers That is the time of reheai'sal for have tun at work anil, as Dr. \Vli- the • "singingest' £roup" at tVVC, liam Dailey,- their director, s§ys. the Wesleyan Singei~s. "The group has a unique espiit Composed only of fine arts de corps and an, unusual fellowship majors, but liberal arts majors which comes from the high degree of effort and participation of each member. , * This produces a unity that re- flects itself in music...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

November 23, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page F ive | Preaching Mission !r. Wonders Visits South America ■v Is Sm«i |two me Willi* CREA [lAl'r IN'! [IOUS B |>NS )RTH Iro ledale j.aw.5 IYOUC^ icial flov;er kenf- lywhere fs Note — This is the second series of articles written I Dr. Alice Wondets as she licipated irt a preaching mis- to Sooth America, sponsor- | by the General Board of ingelism). b de Janeiro — I .and of en Binent and uniqueness! ^ring dott-n from Panama wq,s pathtaking experience. Snow- i mountains, crystal blue silent volcanoes, roads and jlinr rivet's lay beloW us. Rio itself we climbed Sugar. Motmtein by cable car with feint astic view of the citv and rode a cog-wheel train ■u h the mountains to CoixaH) with its huge statue of Christ v. Hosts Rushees, Rodeo, Dinners the Redeemer overlooking the city. Rio in all its splendor lies at your feet in a glory of blue sea and sky and luscious green hills, the perfect background for the white skyscrapers of this amazing city. Ou th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

m H ■I ■ ■ , Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday November 21 am THREE TARRANT COUNTY college co-eds are the first entrants in the contest to choose "Miss Auto Show of 1966." Linda Dor- ough of TWC, Theresa McLaughlin of TCU and Myra Johnston of ASC.. life to right, make their applications out for the compe- tition. All three were named maids of honor for last January's 6 auto show and are back for another try at the title of "Miss Auto Show" and the portable television set. $350 modeling school scholarship and trophy that go to the top winner. TWC Co-Eds Invite To Enter fi. : x' i -a :'3 CLUBS Phi Mu Alpha Initiates Nine Phi Mu Alpha, national music fraternity, held its initiation for the fall pledge class Saturday night. The nine pledges initiated were Charles Wood, David MeCar- ty, Randy Ashlock, ,T. P>. LaRue. Harvey Williams, Roy West, Billy Cat chines, Mike McBurney and David Frank. After the initiation members and pledges dined at the Rodeway Inn. Another pledgeship will be held n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

J November 23, 1965 THP RAMBLER Page Seven is BPWi Mm or Mia nr HE-EN£ 4.00 a SwdMoaol Wy styttng . . . collar, long sleeves. la white, pink, cotton Oxford cloth, 7 to 13. COLLAR BLOUSE BY HEIENE floNM (Word cloth blouse with flattering ber- gnda cOllor, long sleeves. In white, pink, blue or Junior sizes 7 to 13. Nice match for any 11.00 K. STRETCH PANTS BY JACK WINTER, JR Colorful Stretch pants of rayon-nylon blend fabric, hi petite and overage lengths, sizes 5 to 1*3? Shock- log pink or lemon. sj*op, monnig's ridglea, westcuff, ■AST, oaks and third fioor, downtown "1 innings: Ine wine D-eds, be hsi iigenis *. >ms & a; :her sdn Tarram! ist ■ married to esse :e of theS t ion. Sc. *orth. or! cail lit must p M'saif W- nc f«r ( •, Dec. 3 ..finals J ■ Associstsj )untry (Si as fiats provide <S or st®! in the Ss| •k at the ule >/ Solly Jingle says.. Gift Wrap These Casual Charmer si 90. CHECKE"30'M?D NYLON TOP EY GRAFF *00 Tone on tone checkerboard pattern in nylon tricot Sha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

*< r v Page Eight THF RAMBLER Tuesday, Nover I 'M Indispensable, Ingredients Learning Requires Imagination, Facts EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second of two articles written by Dr. Charles Hager, director of counseling at twc. What is a literal arts college? Before attempting to answer the can not-be divorced from facts; it is'a way of illuminating the facts. Imagination is characteristic of youth, and if imagination can be strengthened by discipline its en- ergy, in large measure, can be question posed above, perhaps we preserved for the rest of life, should first ask "What is a col- "The tragedy of the world," says lege?" and "What is an academic Whitehead, "is that those who are community?" f suppose the an- imaginative have but slight exper- swers to the.se questions might de- ience, and those who are exper- pend on whom you ask. ienced have feeble imagination." Beside the specific answers any The task of a college, is to weld one individual might give in line together imaginat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

/ember 23, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Nine T)hf ReJ WhCo, inie Danny p 11 WtfJ > Dminjit Iteve Willi ■ONDAY |ain it's time to terminate the turkey, whip out the and blast a was from the campus two days early! Yes, Jivins Holidays for 1965 have finally made the scene, hopes that you, dear reader, ..find your table full, your ad health, and bicarbonates for your burps. >NERY WORKSHOP STYLE: Dep arting from the norm workshop's •o m Hion of The Committee, and Opera |nted last Friday night in the FA auditorium. For the ec&on the workshop has turned from the "best loved," vn" tradition to present tw.y oneract "Operas" varying to theatre-of-the-absurd r - u>ry line and presentation. Sight's audience seemed stunned, bewildered, amazed^ and se antics. Sight gags, unexpected turns, and jazz rhythms ons to occur in a circus-like fashion. * * ing the Committee was articulate, attractive, and talented vocally strong! Senior Bill Campbell was believable as M, anxious, frustrated "candidat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 November 1965

MttNMMMMMW m SB Page Ten THE RAMBLER Tuesday, Novc k 1 Ram Basketball Team Opens Season Toni 1 v J i. i*;?* RAM BASKETBALLERS — This is the age of the 1965-66 Basket- ball team which opens the season tonight against Tarleton State. Front row, left to right: Trainer Frank Johnson, Howard Court- ney, Larry Phelps, David Weber, Russ Barrick, Gary Haub and publicity man Bill Ramsey. Back row, same order: Coach Elmer Hanebutt, Mike Price, Pete Nelson, Tommy Wendorf, Russell Golden, Jerry Turner, Ronnie Eades, Bill Robinson and student assistant coach Dick Allie. Ram Booster Banquet Features Red Grange The "Galloping Ghost" is com- ing to TWC. Harold (Red) Grange, wfyo earn- ed that moniker while a football star at the University of Illinois in the 1920s, will be the fea- tured speaker at this year's Ram Booster Club Sports Banquet. The banquet is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday night, Nov. 30, in Dora Roberts Dining Hall. Another highlight of the pro- gram will be the presence of many forme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 December 1965

K lefon THE *AM8 ten FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 ALL AMERICA CtTf fCRT MORTH, TtA* * IIP 111 S.:^6 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE!1, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC 7, 1965 1 No. 12 Election Being He.d To Pick IM Queen Laurvl Henry Kay Worlow Pat Clendenin Tim Curbo Mike Gibson Steve Williams I'mchs | one of suarti *K « [ Six Candidates Compete In Mr.. Miss TWC Race Voting began yesterday for "In- by two members of hgr respective tramural Queen and will continue team. The winner will be presented with roses and avcrown. The new queen will succeed Elaine Hunt, Fort Worth junior. , the All-Star game against Fort (See picture on Page 3) Worth Christian. 0 : Candidates selected until 3 p.m. today. She will be pre- sented tonight during half-time at I •/ The election of Mr. and Miss rwc will be held Thursday and rriday, Dec. 9 and 10. in the Stu- lent Center and the Dining Hall. The six nominees are Laurel Senate. Tim Curbo, Phi Omega, is president of Alpha a sociology major a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 December 1965

if MM ml «/- WO THE RAMBLER '■-esda/. Dece-nbaf 7 JEAN BREEDING (left) and ChaHcie Kipgen read a letter which Jean received from a G.I. in Viet Nam after she had writ- ten him as part of the Send-A- Greeting program sponsored by Gamma Sigma Sigma;' Charleie also received a response. .; I Scot i ception s drea ted % ' )-5ij f-^eace ^demonstrators • Perhaps receiving as much publicity and Creating as much controversy as the war in Viet Nam itself are the pros and cons surrounding the so-labeled "Peace Creeps.!! So much attention has been given any topic pertaining to the demonstrators that even a local city newspaper's car- toonist was criticized for his depicting someone mailing a letter to Viet Nam. a letter which seethed with bad odors and dripped with black slime, and putting the return- address as 'U.S. Peace Creeps." The fact which the critic ovi^dooked is that the cartoonist was^not slamming the AmericarJPight to dissent, but rather the "cartoon was pointed at those who send an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 December 1965

jcember 7, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Three Campus Exchanges ■ter coi tHESE SIX CANDIDATES are vying for Vbe title of Intramural Queen': (I. to r.) Judy FJynn, senior; Polly Pollan, junior; Barbara Sipes, sophomore; Rosemarj,W^st, Kathy Kimberling, and Cheryl Counts Wrlfeht, all freshmen. The school-wide voting began yesferdavvand continues through today. (Mated story on Page 1) ombined Choruses To Present Annual "Messiah" Performance The combined voices of the Wes- „ leyan Singers, the T\VC Oratorio N,'.r ^ . Chorus and the'Polytechnic Meth- odist Chancel Choir are rehearsing for George Frederick Handel's MMtiah to be presented Sunday, Dec. 12, at 5 p_m. in Polytechnic Methodist Church. " a Dr. William Dailey, T\VC direc- eac,:. tor 0f choral activities, will eon- ^ : - duct the choirs. The TWC orches- taiyr tra will join members of the sym- tt-adijf- phony union of Fort Worth for the rhapspresentation. " David'Zepeda. a member of Wes- leyan Singers, said. "I think Han- del created one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 December 1965

mum. 0 Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, December 7j 19$ Club News DR. DONALD W. BEW-AH (I.), chairman of the fine arts division, receives an honorary membership in Alpha Psi Omega from Ronnie McCoy, president, and John Robinson, vice president of Alpha Psi. Bellafi Elected to Alpha Ps'rOmega Membership by Cheryl Stinson Grand Business Manager Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega, national hon- orary dramatics fraternity, has elected Dr. Donald W. Bellah, chSirman of the fine arts division of TWC, to honorary membership in its campus cast. In review of his accomplish- TWC Ex Displays Art Work in Dallas Ralph Rice, a 1905 TWC gradu- ate, is currently being represented by the Dallas gallery of' Leone Kahl Associates. His recent paintings are includ- ed in a pre-holiday show to run through December. Exhibited are large landscapes utilizing many glazes of color and small five-inch squares, "experiments in color," reminiscent of^panish tiles. While attending TWC, Rice was both president and vice...

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

r> \jy srriber 7,' 1965 THE RAMBLER •-Texans Visit City of During South America Page Five A HR rMENIt J!T h'EED . ■ (Editor's Note: This is the Ip a series of articles writ- tenr by Dr. Alice Wonders as she participated n a preaching mis- sion In Sputh America, sponsor- ed by the General Board of Evangelism.) «• iuenos Aires. Argentina—Oct. 14: Life jn' the city of "Good Air" runs at a Sapid pace. This great city is the 1; gest in South Amer- ca with a population of 7 mil- ks. H dow own area is high- by hundreds of tall build- of magnificent beauty, green decorated with monuments ... honor of famous men of Argen- tina's history,centered by the Pink Palate of former President the middle of the city runs a "walking. street" Used only by pedestrians, and any time oi|Slight thousand:* of peo- ple" W&lk up and down, either for entlrtainment or on their way to work. In the center of this busy area is First Methodist Church, the only English speaking" church in the [city. The pastor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 December 1965

. - >1 i t.. rambler aqe Six Tuesday, Dec SENIOR DRAMA MAJOR Marcia Pickard finds herself torn be- tween several interests. She is active in dramatic productions, as a member of Alpha llsyjmega, national dramatics fraternity, she is a mother of two toys ant she keeps a job after school, in which she is a clerk-typist. 1 Holiday Plays Entertain Students in Local Area Dec. 7 (7 p.m.) Baptist Seminary Church Music School, Travis Avenue Baptist Church, Fort Worth. "The Messiah" by Geo. F.. Handel Dec. 7-11. Dallas Theater Center. "Oh, Dad, Poor Dad,, etc." by Arthur Kopit Dec. 7, 17. Theater Three, Dallas. "In White America" by Martin Choir Concert Set Tuesday, Dec. 14 Lights will dim and the curtain will rise at 8:15 in the fine arts auditorium Tuesday, Dec. 14, when Dr. William Dailey a'ssumes his po- sition as director of the Wesleyan Singers and the TWC Oratorio Chorus in ft Christmas Concert. The program begins with the Wesleyan Singers, singing Christ- mas selections in French,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 December 1965

'^" Tuesday, December 7, 1965 es * Ronnie Dl,e ■KJ WcCofi Danny }?)• oij be aij i('- to use as sets in a film about iff these places should contact Bill at ' 'T 4320 Pate Dr. 623 '■ -j• ' •• TV TIDBITS: Batman will jump his~cape and mask and flash the tube via ABC on Jan. This dew adventure series will twice each week. It is one of shows replacing Shindig, movie version of the Broad- way musical Bells Are Ringing will *be aired this week-end on NBC's Saturday Night at the Movies. The late Judy Holliday of Theater has booked a return en- the original cast and Dean Martin gagement of Cat Ballou and Lord are StarredpTWC staged this mu- Jim to piay during the holidays, sical comedy in 1964. No doubt'all. of the cast of the Wesleyan pro- The Pink Panther cartoons were |duction will be eager to view this see their old parts come |to life once again. Your columnists are staying up lit* these nights to catch Chan- nel S's reruns of The Honeymoon- •rs, which are shown at 12:05. Whe can ever ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 December 1965

1 Page Eight T H E RAMBLER Tuesday, Dec ■fi 0 Rams Seek Non-Conference Vict* In Austin College Battle Tonigl RAM CO-CAPTAIN Larry Phelps heads for the basket in the Rams' opener against Tarleton State last Tuesday in the South- side Gym. The Texans won, 92-85. ^ ftaaiigMsa RUSSELL GOLDEN retrieves one or many reuounus uui my mar Saturday's game against Arlington State. The Rebels won 102-90. The TWC basketball team, in the grips of a three-game losjrn' streak, seete to capture that elu- sive first victory of the season tonight when the Rams travel to Sherman to battle Austin College in a non-conference game. The Rams ha'Ve dropped three straight non-league contests — 92- 85 to T;^ let on in the season open- er at the South Side Recreation Building, 99-79 to University of Texas at Austin and 102-90 to Arlington State at Arlington. Sam Coach Elmer Hanebutt ex- pressed disappointment, ljjjt not surprise, over his team's early showing:--^,-, • , r'Just"as I said before the sea- son star...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

o\#- t SP- cW Linda Dorouqh Barbara Beds worth sion a m, ie( Tounw* :7b Will w ..re ide Rec ibijc beta Ronnie McCoy David Stagner charM Royalty To Reign Thursday at Dance Kay Johnston srnt s o; h face? J the Ram 4.'t gtOt irht 1 the v, champ® New Policy To Be Used Electing Favorites Music Heard At Tuesday Chapel Time This week's assembly was pre-, sented by the Oratorio Chorus. Dr. William Dailey, director of chor- al activities and assistant profes- sor of mus,ic, directed the chorus in Rohlig's Magnificat. This short, contemporary can- tata about the Virgin Mary was accompanied by a piano, an or- gan, two flutes and two trumpets. Trisha Stengel played the piano, and Andra Rea played the organ. The two flutists were Becky Ellis and Pat Andrews. Randy Ashlock and Leonard Belota played trum- pets. Rohlig's Magnificat was a por- tion of the Wesleyan Singers' Con- cert on Dec. 14. The In tci'-sorority-Inte:-frater- nity Council will ring in the holi- day season,in style tomorrow aich: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

& a* <33 Two THE RAMBLER Wednesday, December "5, '194 fan Wise . m 2~lor Christ Searches tnas e../ •<o M Have we iost the true meaning of Christmas? During this holiday season let us try to imagine how one of the three Wise Men would feel if* he came in search of the Christ Child today. He "has come a great distance to pay his highest tribute to the Baby Jesus and has brought his finest gitfs. He enters our own large city still searching for the true child. The Wise Man has been harassed by imposters, political factions, charity organizations, and so-called religious per- sons who seek "to fulfill their own purposes by befriending him. Now he stands on a campus corner, bewildered and lost. One by one he asks passers-by for guidance. The first person he stops is a young man about 19 years old. "I'm sorry, old man, but I have my own problems. I have this real cool girl friend and I promised to buy her a fab sweater for Christmas. The stores will be closing in a few minutes a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

THE RAMBLER December 15, Wednesday £4% 0 - f Ci m si *• m risei i^ra ^ tinier nf IP ... x,.w n •.«.:. ~*S*r*3 ii wis mmmm *m % ■*&% the M lepclm mrpx Page Three Sakkara Plans Parties For Christmas Season ISft J^§*A SAKKARA MEMBERS AND PLEDGES stand next to f"akkara's ?iant Christmas card with members {fjjfees of Deka. sister sorority. " * . 0 —Photo by Steve Williams An old car vw.s used and the stu- With the holidays nearly here, Sakkara, men's social club is mak-l ins plans for Christmas. >v ' Las* week, the Sakkara pledge class built the annual Deka-Sak- kara Christmas card which has* been erected "beside the library in front of the SUB. The club will help sponsor the Christ mas Dance to be held "to- morrow night at Hotel Texas. Next Tuesday night, Dec. 21, Sakkara will have a Chdatjru)* party And. dance in th\> grand ballroom of Six Flags Jnn. A New Year's Eve Party is, being planned." Arrangements will be announced later. Sakkara Plec'ges Members-<«f the Sakkara pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

THE RAMBLER Wednesday. Decern I Feathers Are In For Winter Fashions by Jeri Boulware Society Editor NORTH POLE, DECEMBER, 1%5. Spokesmen for S. ("Nick") Claus have squelched rumors that the traditional round-the-world-in- 24-hours sleigh ride would be canceled be- cause of a wide- spread child-im- per sonat- ina plot. St. Nick is-on his way,, but it looks like .Ije's wise to those of us who had hoped for bundles of goodies „like we received until" age twelve. But don't despair! With Christ- mas jpst around the' corner, the gala holiday celebrations are awaiting your fashionable arrival. This season's fashions are full of fun from light, heady feathers to pants suits. Feathers are everywhere — on coat collars, around buffs, at hem- linos and even on heads. Ostricn plumes are back and coq feathers i-Xjvrxvy Jeri Boulware If y6u're very adventurous, try party pants. They come in solids and prints ..made in everything (from moire to "velveteen, and you'd,.probably be the center of a ten...

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