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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday December 4 1M1 Pace McMurry Scitntists Atttnd Convention Six McMurry students will go to Fort Worth tomorrow for the annual meeting of the Tcxns Academy of Science on the campus of Tex. is Christian Uni- versity Puipose of the meeting is to brine together students with the same ideas and s.imc interests Outstanding authontiis in the field of science will -pe.ik to the f u In to scientists on the latest discoveries and topics of general interest Some of the schools have rep- resentatives to wnte a paper on some topic of the students' choice and present it to the convention. Edna M-ic Sell will present a pnpei cntilted "The Periodic Chart" for McMu ry Also state officers are elected each year Servando Trcvino was elected as one of these state of- ficers last year The delegates arc going as representatives of McMurry's fast growing Science Club. It already has 28 members and more have expressed their desire to join It is open to any person sincerely interested in...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1952

The War Whoop VOLUME XXX ABILENE President's Third Annual Christmas Party to Unreel This year will mark the third year for the president's all-school Christmas party. Monday night at 7:30 all students and members of the faculty and administration College Sponsors Radio Broadcasts McMurry is on the air four times a week. Each Tuesday over KWKC at 9 p. m. a musical program is pre- sented by the fine arts depart- ment. In the past weeks the Band has presented two 15 minute pro- grams and Macon Sumerlin pro- fessor of music has presented two 15-minute organ programs. The Chanters are presently present- ing their musical programs. Giving literature and music a new twist Bill Adams associate professor of speech and Macon Sumerlin arc presenting a 15- minute program called "Come Read To Me" every Tuesday and Thursday on KRBC at 10:15 p. m. Mr. Adams reads poetry with mood music by Mr. Sumerlin at the organ. Each Sunday at 1:30 p. m. over KWKC the business and econo- mics department present...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. Decewker 11. 1IS2 Paffe 2 lim Will TtU Most political observers seem to be very well pleased with the new cabinet appointments made by president-elect Eisenhower. The most amazing thing about these appointments however is not the men appointed but the speed with which the appointments were made. In the short time since election Ike has shown an unparalleled capacity for making quick and wise decisions. This ability natural in the man was no doubt increased by his many years of military service where decisions must be quick and the lives of countless men depend on them being wise. No other case can be recalled at least not in recent years where a president-to-be within a short month after election has named practically his whole cabinet. Franklin D. Roosevelt who was cer- tainly known and justly so as a man of action still had four im- portant places to fill after four months had passed and when they were finally filled two of them were last minute choices. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1952

Thursday 11. 1WI The WAR WHOOP Pag t TIP Honors Needy Child With Party Two exes of TIP social club Mrs. Gerald Fitzhugh and Mrs. J. C. McCasland will be co-hosts tonight for the club's annual Christmas party which is given In honor of a needy child. Gifts will be exchanged among the club members and sponsor Miss Willie Mae Christopher and a gift from the club will be pre- sented the child. Santa Claus will make his appearance at the party to leave a host of small gifts for the youth. Each year the club selects through the Child Welfare Office a needy child who would not oth- erwise have a real Christmas. After Santa has made his ap- pearance the group will ting carols. Gwen Nunn will present special music. CHANTERS WILL 60 CAROLING Chanters will hold as their Christmas festivity a caroling party Tuesday night. The group will visit both hospitals in Abilene and will also carol to the patients at the Abilene State Hospital. Frankie Mueller social chair- man will be in charge of gen- L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1952

The WAR WHOOP ThuTMUy. Dwrnkn 11. 1WI h 4 10 YEARS A8 PRESIDENT Convocation Scheduled Honoring Cooke's Service This March in conjunction with the Willson Lectures McMurry will have a convocation honoring Dr. Harold G. Cooke's ten years of service as president of the col- lege and noting McMurry's years of progress. Dr. S. Q. Smith president of O. C. U. has been asked to be the principal speaker while many STUDENTS ASK Since When Started Having Galleons? Monday will find McMurrians reading their freshly - printed copies of the Galleon the maga- zine that contains the best of the students' literary efforts. All of which may make some people wonder why is it that the magazine is called the Galleon instead of having an Indian name like War Whoop or Totem? For those unfamiliar with the facts of the case we reprint the following historical data which appeared in last May's Galleon in an article written by Lola Mac Skinner Tucker one of the first Rich VtHABUtHli M 1403 ButternuUI Dorden's ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1952

Thursday December 11. 1IS2 The WAR WHOOP Pat 5 Redskins Take Lobos Twice;71-54and82-73 McMurry's cagcrs upped their win-pcrccntagc from .000 to .500 this week as the result of victories over Sul Ross Stntc Lobos in Indian Gym Monday and Tues- day. The Indiana tamad tha visit- ora 12-73 Monday and capped U with a convincing 71-54 triumph Tuaaday on tha local hardwood. Tuesday the Tribe started slow and the Lobos led 0-1 before Fred Shclton bucketed the first Mc- Murry field goal. From that point the Indians played "catch-up fast" led 23-16 nt the first quar- ter maik and increased it 40-26 at halftimc but Sul Ross pulled a minor rally and pulled with in 8 points 47-30 nt the third quar- ter. The shaip-shooting of Jerry English Don Taylor and Fred Shclton paid off howovci and the Tribcsters accomplished their second win of the young season Lobo Glenn Lewellan math- ad 31 points to run hit two- game total to 61 pointt and English tallied 22 for runner- up honors. Carl Jowell and Taylor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1952

Pace The WAR WHOOP Thursday December 11. 1SS2 & I Vannoy Names Honor Students The following students me on the Honor Holl for the fust nine weeks of school nnnounces J lome V innov icgistnr Jinimii Cninplx 11 ? 00 M 1 1 1 Holcomh 3 00 Flw inn i Ltithem 3 00 Wilhtim W Riffle 3 00 Peggy Ix)U Whitson 3 00 John Diekev 2 94 Eli7ib(.th Hcnning 2 93 Barbnra Jochetz 2 84 Beit Affleck 2 83 Mac Alice Vaughn 2 83 Sarah Widmtr 2 82 Jan Dickey 2 80 Jane Ann Stecn 2 77 James Forshcy 2 76 James Kirbv 275 Betty Campbell 2 75 Frances Timmons 272 Jack Hall 2 69 Patty Ray Boothe 2 66 Judy Duvall 2 66 Mary Ann Hudllcston 2 64 Jean Seller 2 64 Richard Deats 2 62 Anna Mae Adams 2 60 Alee Anderson 260 Don Hcndley . 2 60 Donald Hunt - 2 58 Jo Anne Robinson 2 58 Linda Lockctt 2 57 Anno Akers 2 56 Shirley Hairgrovc 2 56 Gayle Brown 2 53 Phyllis Jo Moore 2 M James K Gi aham 2 "52 Fddie Hodges 2 52 Rich .rd En nest Adams 2 50 Loti Butchie 2 50 Wav no D iniel 2 50 Jeuv English 2 50 Alvin U Mauldin 2 47 Bvid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

The War Whoop VOIA'MP AltlLKNK TEXAS THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18. 19S2 1 Kirby Named President Of Men's Service Club Sov ntv -seven chirtir mem- bers of the new 1 -organised Cir- rk K juniot Kiwanis nigani7a- tion lecti d hiiic. Kirb presi- dent nt then fust meeting Fndav night Other officers arc Bob Pnt- cheit. vice president; Bert Aff Wesley Players Give Initial Production Stiulmts s iw the first pioduc- tion of McMunv's Wi slcv Pliv- is at the picsidcnts Christm is paitv Mond i night The plnv Peace I Give Unto You" bj Dorothv Claik Wilson was directed bv Zona Donle In the cast weie Shu ley Hairgrovc as Martn the mother Bob Elv as Josiph the father Bwvis Biook- rcon as Alec David Hamblin as Peter and Gene Bonn as a sol- dur The plav was also piesented in the Methodist Churches at T. C. U. Ballet Troupe Performs in Center Ballet troupe fiom Texas Christian Uniersit will bo on the campus Jan 7 to piesent a matinee and night peifornnnce in the Student Centci auditorium Peter and the Wolf '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

Pare 2 The WAR WHOOP Thursday Deembr II. 1932 LOOKING FOR A STAR' Uhr tnnj of (ChrtQlutaH Luke J:20 And it came to pass in those days that there went out a decree from Caesar Aunuiiis that all the world should be taxed. And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was pover- nor of Syria. And all went to he taied every one into his own eity. And Joseph also went up from Galilee out of the city of Nazareth Unto .ludea unto the eity of David which is called Itethlehciu : i heeause he was of the house and lineape of David:) To he taxed with Marv his espoused wife being ereat with child. Ami so it was that while they were there the days were accomplished thai she should he delivered. And she brought forth her firstborn son and wrapped him in swaddlinu clothes and laid him in a manager; because there was.no room for them in the inn. And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in tlie field keepiim watch over their flock by night. And lo the angel of the Lord came upon them ami t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

Thursday. December IB. ll2 The WAR WHOOP Pag 8 ) The Greatest Gift Not aa tht world giveih. give I unto you. (John 14.27) Certainly Christmas is a time for giving Ones friends do ap- pieciate the Rifts they nceive but is the exchaiiR( of Rifts the ual Christmas spnif Christmas hat been com- mercialized It it now en- tangled in the mad scramble for money The newspaper are much larger during the Christmas season because of the many advertisements. Dif- ferent products are clamoring for one's attention. The stores claim to hare the widest variety of gifts to choose from or the cheapest prices. The exchanging of gifts among friends has been popu- larised by the commercial interest. Hive we lost the Ch.istmas -piin iii us m siiRaii' uus mnttei ot RivuiR 11 we Rie a pi l son a Rift bcciuso we know th it he w ill ri e us one w p do not have tin Chnstmis spint We must want to pie the Rift J mus Russell low ill's Virion of Sir Liunfal" sivs Not what we give but what we share. For the gift wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

PM 4 Tho WAR WHOOP Thursday December 11 IMS The Littlest Mickey Mouse Wrist Watch By WAYNE DANIEL Once upon a time Santa Claus I seconds to tell you what that one decided he would make some mistake wail" Mickey Mouse wrist watches to She went in the next room to bring to good little college boys telephone Santa to come back md girls foi Christmas First ' but she just happened to rcnicm- thing he had to do was net the cop right cleaied through Walt Disniv Productions .md then he was .ill set S'int.i -ind his maintenance men set to woik making Micke Mouse wnst itchis nil kinds of Mic kev Mouse w i ist watches hie Micke Mouse wrist watches I middle siid Micke Mouse wrist w itchis little tcc-wince Mickcv Mouse wnst watches and one th it wis i(n littler than the rist When thc weie all finished ill of them together ticked so loud sou could hear 'em 20 miles aw.n onlv there wasn't nobody 20 miles awa to hear 'em but polai bears If it had been a few years back there w ould ha c been some pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

ThuTwUf. Dcmbr li 1SS2 The WAR WHOOP Fac I Social Club Members Go Caroling Tonight 'Come n caiohng" is the mvita- tmn given all members of social clubs and then dates to the Delta Btta caroling put tonight The carolers will leave the campus about 7 .10 m to m ike stops at the hospitals and also at the homeofDr Gusuold dining the evening U S Akens fatlui of Mil- dred Akcns will fuinish a large ttuck to earn the group After the moling the ttuck will bung the students back to the campus wheie the will gathei in the locrcation hall of the Student Ccntoi for icfrcsh- ments and a progtam Committees foi the put are transportation Mildred Akuis Bettie Foster refieslunents Hope Medina Mae Alice Vaughn Bar- Library Staff Goes Caroling Members of the library staff and their guests along with Miss Pcrma Rich and Mrs George Stcinman met in the Stcinmnn home Friday night for their an- nual Christmas party. The group of 25 went caroling to homes of the sick and shut-ins From out of the brisk Decem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

The WAR WHOOP Thursday December II. 1M2 CHRISTMAS ON PERIMETER No star in tlic V.itst no px suits no unnlcrs nothing but a wet toxholt in Miii( fninuav plan ailed Koica By PETE PETERSON Last year at Cnnstmns wc satiR scene but it envelops you and enrols freetes you. To tverv house in town So still ou can hoar the anRols TIhip vcro trees and lights and sinr tinsel And snow upon the pound Last ni(ht was Chnstmns and we snnfi enrols From an old hvmn book wc found There were nnehinc Runs and morters and Chinese Reds And snow upon the jTound' And ou lie on vour back in a wet foxhole and think deep thoughts You think i sclf-ie-spctmL fox wouldnt lnc in a hole like this dt p thoughts Mountnms towel mound ou Snow has bien falling foi davs but now the it is n moon Wind liis bun blowing for dns but now it is still Guns lnc been Funtlv Noil Noel the angels did S l No not angels but crude hard fighting nun Faintlv svvectlv icrot.s the snow from the jeai echelon 'To certiin poor shepheids in fie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

Thursday December II. 1IS2 The WAR WHOOP NiT Redskin Cagers Meet SWTS in San Marcos While most McMurnans are still enjoying; Chustmas left- overs and rccovri ing from Christ- mas dinners the McMurry Indian basketballer.s will be heading back to the Reservation for cage workouts The squad is due back on the campus Doc 2fl. Three out-of-town games face the Tribe a they return. Friday and Saturday. Jan. 2- 3. the locals journey fo San Marcos to tussle with the nationally-recognised South- west Texas State quintet. Then after the student body returns the Redskins engage Midwestern University at Widhta Falls on Dec. 8. who recently manhandled the In- dians by a 77-63 count. Southwest Texas has only throe lettermen and five squad- men returning fro mlast year's championship quintet who poss- essed the best win-loss record in the nation. Coach Milton Jowers has been facing a complete re- building job as he lost all five starters from the team that won 30 of 31 games last season. Last year ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1952

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1953

McMurry Bookstore Undergoes Change BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs a BBBBBBBBBBBBB eBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBjJPr HBBBBJ BBBBPBBblvVsVn' ' 'ffKPRaBaTKi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBjr dtHBA"'N M9HJHJ9B'aBBjPJPBjBjRBBBBBBBBBBBBBjt ITS DEAD WEEK as discernible from lht looks of concentration on the fmeaa of Wanda Todd. Katharine Roper and Marylln Wright shown cramming for their semester exams. During daad week with all extra-curricular activities suspended tha library it "the" placa to 90. The War Whoop VOLUME XXX ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1153 No. U Rules Released For Press Club's '53 Stunt Night Planning committee for Stunt Night has released rules and plans for this year's Stunt Night which is set for March 20. Composing the committee are Richard Adams president Press Club Will White vice-president and committee asisstants Jane Ann Steen and Era Jane Ander- son. Stunt Night is sponsored each year by the Press Club in order to make money to send delegates to the annual pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday January IS 1153 Page 2 Will It Really Be A ""We'll take a cup o' kindness yet for Auld Lang Syne." The last bars of the music fade into silenee and wc wake up and find ourselves facing a new year in the same old world. Who knows what this year will hold? Various and sundry predictions are being made about different things. The top movies of the coming year are to he "The Robe" and "Peter Pan" we bear. And it's also said that they're about to come up with a vaccine whereby people may safely be immunized against polio. At any rate here's hoping it will be a good year for all parties concerned. We'll more than likely be making some resolutions in the 4nohe 111 m 'S& jr-rtST: I dreamed last night it was Christmas. Oh why docs it haunt me like that? It started off to be such a merry Christmas but then oh the agony of it all! Night after night it keeps coming back tormenting me driving me mad! How well 1 remember Christ- mas Eve 1952. It seems like only a couple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1953

Thursday' January M. HS3 The WAR WHOOP Pat I McMurry portd-ih BasketmenMeetA&I TwiceThere;ACHere Coach Mel Jowcll's Indian cag- ers with one scalp in their Texas Conference victory belt take on the Texas A&I Javclinas in Kingsville Friday and Saturday and contest another TC member Austin Colegc on Monday and Tuesday. A&I who has already dropped two games to TC favorite Abilene Christian has a new coach in Keith Ranspot a former coach at Southwestern Oklahoma. Only two lcttcrmcn grace the Javelina roster and Bob Brandt who was named to the second string All- Texas Conference last year seems to be tops of the Kinsville cag- ers. Coach Jowcll will probably take a 12-man squad to South Redmen Edge Capture TC Two new stars shone in Mc- Murry's basketball sky Saturday as the Indians turned back a stub- born Howard Payne quintet 82-80 to accomplish their first confer- ence win in as many starts and tack up victory No. 3 for the sea- son. Both T. D. Hamilton and Billy Anderson c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1953

rc 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday January ! MM SOCIETY- lb sfc it ro h eEMtl I HHIB Bv;. ;i " iUV HS H MEMBERS OF IHR are wearing new club sweaters of red and white. Pictured above are Kenneth Mays. Eddie Behrends Joe Allen Dean and Lawrence Curtis. Carrying out the club's colors the sweat ers are white with a red emblem President of the club Billy rs had been ordered for the group from Thornton's Department Store. IHR completes the group of wearing a sweater with emblem Women's Social Clubs Find Busy Days Ahead Membcts of Delta Betn met in the home of an ex member Audie Merrill Ijuirsday tiight. Plans were discussed for the group's rush party which is to be Feb. 3. After the meeting the club spent Mary Lou Riley Herbert Straughn Marry Dec. 28 Mary Lou Riley and Herbert Straughan both McMurry stu- dents were manred Decmber 28 at 4 p. m. at First Methodist Church in Hamilton. Mary Lou is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Riley of Ham- ilton and Herbert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Str...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1953

Thunday January IS. 1153 The WAR WHOOP Pate S Old War Whoops Recall What Happened in 1952 This being the first issue in a brand new year the War Whoop decided that n "review of '52" would be in order. So going through our files of the all-but-forgotten year of 1952 we came up with the following reminiscences which incidental- ly arc not necessarily arranged in order of importance: Thty Paved The Oval Probably the biggest event of the year was the lcmodeling of the oval drive. At least wc dare- say it was the longest-awaited news. For years everybody had been clamoiing "Pave the Oval." And it was dining the summer of 19S2 that even more was done than merely "paving the oval." The dusty circular drive known as the oval was done away with as the first step in a long-range building program and in its place was con- structed the wide street we now have. McM Students May Get ROTC Training By PETE PETERSON Although McMurry College has twice applied for and has twice been refused an R.O.T.C...

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