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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

December esdav, mi mm ■«« : .:.U - s one of y" black i y Jim Nn SSING UP HER ROOM for Santa's visit is Frances Weygandt, one of the winners of the Christ- decoration contest sponsored annually by the Rambler. —Photo by Steve Williams ine Wednesday, Dec. 15 6:30 p.m.—MSM 7 p.m.—Press Club Christmas Banquet Thursday, Dec. 16 10:50 a.m.—Beta Epsilon 10:50 a.m.—Omega Chi 1(^50 a.m.—Sigma Tau Delta 10:50 a.m.—Senate 5:30 p.m.—Gamma Sig 8 p.m.—IFC-IFS Christmas Dance Friday, Dec. 17 TWC vs. LeTourneau Tech (here) e beauty hairpiecet to the to t thingf* aid the to them into f r. They w a little a* J come ins ecks and pi oordinate pic? 3 Bell, Weygandt Take Top Decorating Prize Christmas is in the air. although many students have as vet to_ get' ttfat certain holiday feeling. With the rapid pace that every student, faces each day, it isn't hard to let O]' Saint. Nick catch up n1th him. However, several TWC coeds in Elizabeth Hall had enough of the Christmas spirit to enter the an- nual Ramb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

V m ■aiwMMMayi ■ m ■ i 11 H IS' 'J'r-f m M: m 1 m I M\ « ■ Page Six THE RAMBLER Wednesday December ] 5,1 as - WWrni.^, R§i ■k Theology Professor Conducts Personal Interviews on Campus DR. McMURRV RICHEY, professor of theology at Duke University Divinity School, consults a student preparing to enter some phase of humanities-religion work. On the TWC campus last Wednesday, Dr. Richey interviewed ten TWC students. Dr. Richey, a Methodist minister and professor, did his pastorate in North Carolina nnfi was a Meth- odist minister and faculty mem- ber at the University of Houston. $100 Prize Offered For Jefferson Essay A $100 prize will be awarded to some Texas Wesleyan College stu- Di\ Richey, who is Duke's di- dent who \<4ites, in competition rector of the Master of Theology with other students at the college. by Trudy Marley Rambler Editor "In recent years, the number of students preparing for parish min- istry and church vocations has sharplv declined*" stated Dr.- Mc- .Murry S. Ri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

December 15, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Seven [ssrooms Abroad Affords Chance College Students To See Europe en-ice i groups, each containin selected \merican college ktu$pi> "ill form seminars in Wkwi European cities next sum- er to study the language, cul- ture an ' ivili/a'tion of these coun- jtries (fcrir. ..: a nine-week stay De- signeaf"! the serious student who does jjo' plan to see all of Europe Bin a.fch"i-t the supervision of American and activities of their sons and daugh- native professors, will deal with ters. They will have ample op- the reading <>! classical and mod- portunities to meet young people ern texts, the daily press, con- from student, religious, and politi- temporary problems, conversation cal organizations. Regular attgnd- and composition, pronunciation a nee at theaters, concerts,, and and grammar. Students will also , movies as well as visits to mu- on history and liter [Abroad tries to give him Iprof^ir experience' through a [sumnie! one of ihe fol i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Wednesday, Decc Icelander Tells of Christmas Filled WitH Folklore of Elves, Monsters by Gudbrandur Gislason In the good, old days of Ice- land. when the country was iso- lated from the rest, of the world u and only.Hansa merchants showed any interest in the Icelandic na- tion, the peasants be-art their yuletide activities by taking their annual an activity which was presided over by the housemother. Pleasure it was for the grown but' pain for the .younger ones as she stood by the barrel, pourin in ho bing brush made of birch tree branches. water by need and scrub- the victims' backs with a Then, men clean, women happy, the elves of "jolasveinar" capie from their dwellings in the high mountains, thirteen were they al- together. and filled the-, darkness with their silvery beards and quick glimpses through a keyhole or a* corner window. (These were strict- ly fictional, of course, i The names of these "jolasveinar" (Christmas lads) were in accord- ance to each o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

l/ed ''' m Jay, December 15, 1965 THE RAMBLER Page Nine I an these utes tfe nas ma ;..i> cheap a mas «i ■Ira ■■■ - %< ; ■■■' .v ft THS WOMEN EXES of TWC held an open house, Sunday, Dec. 12 at the 1890 Room of Gause-Ware. They are (I. to r.) Mrs. Frances Williams, Mrs. Charles Allerton, Mrs. R. E. Powell, Mrs. Steven Creed, Mrs. J. B. Cason, Mrs. Hallie Dozier, Mrs. William Wright,*Mrs. Robert M. Sayre, Mrs. Clyde Tindell and Mrs. Calvin L. Pettit. |h frees i U lpuddin? l! des.« r. Wonders signrrient in Receives Santiago Preaching Tour in a series of articles writ- Dr. Alice W. Wonders while liip^lpating in a preaching mis- ■tot to South America sponsored General Board of Evangel- iri Santiago, the largest Methodist a new church with playground and Church in Chile. My week was nursery facilities. She still had filled with preaching each night, speaking to women's groups and schools, and visitation. „ SBt Sweet Institute'in Santi- J Thirty-three missioners and Heniy. I Mike I I ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

H ° Page fen THE RAMBLER Wednesday. December §€ Kay and Linda String Along Together £ fwjm. * V 5 ** • 'V • •■• '••• •:•: x:;v: t t "f Hn^H m&i MtLCr?" MAKERS Kay Stockton (standing) and Linda Godfrey pcse with two qf their favcr:*e friends. They represent two mem- bers of fha Merri-Tirre Trio. —Photo by Steve Williams WILD... WACKY and WONDERFUL! Tony Curtis •Jac&lcajjnosi Natalie Wood L« "The Great Race" wmirm. iSn^sisfc^ Adults 1.75 MOC 1.00 Child .75 Passes and Special Tickets Not-Accepted NOW SHOWiNG 7TH STREET THEATRE Out to solvea purr-feet crime... they're all tangled up in a riot of fun! a Walt Disneys IffV-w-- mdst hilarjous comedy "VfrATDARN CAT OOROTHY ROW NEVIUi Coram^M* wuiw RUM Screenplay by THE GORDONS and BILL WALSH ■ ......u. ,,,m Co-producers BILL WALSH • RON MILLER • Greeted by ROBERT STEVENSON TECHNICOLOR* by 0UENA VISTA Ont'ibwfwi Co.tr* . 01965 W « Product, or« look to the nan* WAIT (XSNO for the finest in tamify entertainment BOWIE m Starts December 2...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

-X- s Wednesday, December 15, 1965 THE RAMBLER v. Page Eleven A Ronnie MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY DL RJ WcCofi r. Danny CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS HO HO HO! OR BAH! HUMBUG!. WHICHEVER YOUR SENTf- MENT. THE HOLIDAY SKASO'x IS HERE IN FULL FORCE. Cfffr present for all our .readers is our weekly column. What more could you „want thaT we could afford! PERSONAL PITY DEPt.: It happened to the younger of your columnists las* *"aturday. rwelled with oride over the recent pur- chase of his new '**> Dod?e which had only 31 rrrtles on it, Danny drove his lovin? brother *o a local store to pick up some Christmas ovely freo?,- Items. It was 'here some clumsy clown backed his auto into the S3-';: new Dodge. Oh! What agony and grief and foul language! PERSONALITIES: Rumor has it that the Alumni Association has hired several members of the Mafia , to rub out RAY WILSON in order to collect on his recent insurance" policy which named the J, , Association as beneficiary. j...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 December 1965

-J* Page Twelve A THE RAMBLER Wednesday, Decer RAM RUSSELL GOLDEN, who made All-Tournament at the Cowtown Tournament held last weekend here jumps high to the dismay of No. 21 of Sul Ross. •P^ioto by Steve Williams w —Stati Season Standings School W L Pts. Op. St. Edward's 4 1 346 336 E. Texas Baptist 6 3 691 647 St. Mary's 3 4 434 420 Southwestern .. ... .2 3 341 356 Texas Lutheran 2 4 428 447 Texas Wesleyan 1 5 533 571 Conference Standings School W L Pts. Op. E. Texas Baptist 1 0 79 69 St. Edward's : .1 0 59 57 St. Mary's „ 0 0 — — Texas Lutheran 0 0 — — Texas Wesleyan .#.0 0 — — Southwestern 0 2 126 138 This Week's Schedule Tuesday — Southwest Texas-St. Mary's, San Antonio; xSouthwest- sties TWC Beats AC, 89-84; Loses Cowtown Tourney em-Texas Lutheran, Seguin; Tarle- ton State-Texas u ysleyan, ste- phenville; Houston Baptist-East Texas Baptist, Marshall. „ Wednesday—St. Thomas-St. Ed- ward's, Austin. Friday — Trinity-Southwestern, San Antonio; LeTourneau-Texas Wesleyan, Fort Worth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 January 1966

14: THE RAMBLER TEXAS-^W^ 1^ 1963, 1964 « FIRST PLACE IN ALL AMERICA CITY K>«7 WOWT V TUi A % MH1 1 OLUME "39 12 Bi« -T Aeihas £S Tha w Totals TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 11. V966 No 14 Election Set Thursday and Friday To Choose 1966 Class Favorites Class favorites which will" ap- pear mi the 1966 TXWF.CO will be elected for the first time the history of Texas Wesieyan by . n student body election this Thurs- Alpha Chi Cancels January Meeting Sponsor H. Howard Hughes announced uAlpha Chi will not meet in January because of the "holiday and examination rush.u The next meeting will be Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the visual aids "■ room of the- library. Plans will be discussed for the Region II convention to be held in Arka- delphia. Ark., Mar. 18-19. Dr. Hughes will discuss the theme, "Towards the Mending of Fragmented Man and So- ciety." day and Friday, Jan. 13-14. Phelps, Victor Powell and Paul In. previous years, the favorites Sanders. have been elected d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 January 1966

-o Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January And so the Km# wasgrawied his wish.. fcyerythwgf he touched turned to j?ql a / No w, the Afexr day--- HOLD IT! WDO«THMt To DEAD ANY FU#TH£R! I tLA/OrS JUST <A/HATS 60/A/& TO rtAPP£N. .. J -N— THESE TM/MGS ALWAYS HAVc A yjAi 0 &j\CK~~ J-IRlHb / •to 1."Jime flot to J^tame — We m,L Jf m,a„in9fJ has always been important, and at the beginning of the new year our thoughts frequently turn to how fast time has passed". The Spanish-speaking people have the unique way of saying that "time walks." Perhaps in Latin American countries time does pass slower; life is more relaxed and is lived at a slower £ace. But<5n the bustling life of America where speed is important, we say the clock runs, or that tim£ runs. Time speeding on, regardless of the needs of anyone, has created many prob- lems. It seems as though it was only a few days ago when everybody was registering for fall classes. If time hadnn't passed so quickly, the book report or the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 January 1966

THE RAMBLER Girls Will In Campus January 11, T966 I Mom ! best-dressed college coeds of 1965 pose In some of their favorite fashions. TWC girls now opportunity to represent their school in the annual contest. egium Presents ram January 16 rary music will re- fine arts auditorium tfcioon at 3 p.m. when n™if fine arts presents um Musicum in concert, t selections will be "The me" and "Love is a Deep rk and a Lonely" from Page Thrct Display Fashion Prowess Search for 'Best Dressed' *"Just thinking will get you no- where; you have to think college through, have a plan not only for learning, but for finding the peo- ple who can add to what you want to learn and be and feel, a plan for everything you <10^And thftt includes the clothes you wear and 0 . J the maj<e-up you use. "With all the bright competitive minds that are crowded on, cam- puses now, a girl hag to have the brains to look great, too, or else she'll get lost'in the jam. Great looks don't just grow on you unless you care...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 January 1966

■ ■ Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday. JanuarJ HOW TO FEED UNGRY FEMALES Hon ON 5 BUCKS s 17 SUPERB DINilERS FREE! 5 MEMBERSHIP Only HERE'S HOW IT WORKS. J You pay for one dinner and the second dinner for your "guest" is free w you present your membership card. — ^ You join the club by filling out the coupon below and sending us the loot. You will receive a handsome wallet-size identification card plus a booklet the names of the restaurants who will be your hosts. jAMESl YOUR HOST RESTAURANTS o w CASA del REY 5333 White Settlement Road Authentic Mexican dishes in charming atmosphere THE CREOLE RESTAURANT & STEAK HOUSE 4732 E. Lancaster Cuisine of Old New Orleans DER HEIDELBERGER HQF 2104 Jacksboro Hwy. German food in atmosphere of European sidewalk cafe HARRY'S RESTAURANT 221* Jacksboro Hwy. "Steak"ing Fort Worth since 1932 AZTEC RESTAURANT 3137 Mansfield Hwy. Popular Mexican dishes in friendly surroundings EASTERN INN 3907 E. Lancaster The most authentic Chinese food in Fort Worth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 January 1966

Tue«d y,J anuary 11,1966 THE RAMBLER Page Five DL KJ WcCc Ronnie iji Danny Now that we are back from the holidays and arc in full swing again, it is time to dig out our murh-used crying towels to moan and whine over all the untouched school work wtjich we vowed to iccomplish during the vacation period. There are just two weeks left :o finals and here we are with all those postponed assignments launting us day and night. Courage, gang! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, "KING." This month marks the 31st birthday if tt Miprld's highest paid entertainer, Elvis Presley. After surviving Wars in show business as a super-star, Presley is more popular IhM —_ sm gni (Hoi j His 1965 tvas a reported 5Vi million dollars and he is Stilt RCA's cord seller. As of the^ beginning of 1965, 44 his .ngles had sold more than one million copies e'aeh. "Hound rajg" ine has sold more than 6Vi million discs. Elvis just finished his 21 st mov-ie, Paradise Hawaiian Style, and is (ought after by every major studio. There are few...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 January 1966

w •afi <£> . mHHH Page Six THE RAMBLER 'Tuesday, Jant ■M Rams Tied Face Main for 1st in Big State; Opponents This Week ■ ■ i r Anikl/l CrrtDCDC Texas Wesleyan's basketball cent improvement? In a nutshell, team, suddenly on the upsurge at- they are: (1) the continued hefty scoring punch of Weber; <2> the eboutiding work of Gol- LEADING SCORERS Season communion by Ray Wilson This Thursday anci F ; will be given the opport express your opinion ;.•! •. <>u would like to see e! ter a lackluster early-season show ing, faces a pair of crucial home terrific ri games this wpek that could go a den; (3) the steadily imj long way toward determining the Rams' Big State' Conference chances. play of ff/rwards Wendorf and Robinson; and (4t the emergence of guard Howard Courtney as one The Rams plunged into the con- of the top players. ference race last week in impres- Weber, for example, poured in sive style — beating Southwestern. 35 p,,jnts in Saturday night's con- 83-74, Tuesda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 January 1966

Who Will be TWC's Beit-Dressed Coed? . --See p. 3 THE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 RAMS Stay On Top See p. 6 PLUME 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 18, 1-966 No. 15 ?nt irrsia ■> invofo e ever flitted ust doc mce we interes re use we 24 Favorite Finalists Announced; Winners To Be Revealed in Annual Texas Wesleyan students went to the' polls last Thursday and Fri- day for the first school-wide class favorites election. In past years, favorites have been elected'during class meetings; however, the student -body elec- tion was set up to give more stu- dents an opportunity to vote. A combined total of 343 voters chose 24,students who will appear in the favorites section of tfie 1966 TXWECO. Senior class finalists, in alpha- betical order, include Laurel Hen- ry, Jonna Rhodes, Kay Worlow, Billy Catehings, Warren Marks and Larry Phelps.- Named junior class finalists, in alphabetical order, are Joy Gar- rett, Tamara Lindsey, Polly"Pollan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 January 1966

: ; i m Page Two H E RAMBLER Tuesday, Jar v,;;J • t H Ww fM gl r:4g 1 ■<h * im RK We Get Letters the editor's daHOI This open letter is directed to ward a sot of in|}*viduals who in- * • After publication nf were, set ourselves to u crying in the editor by Pat Clen- th" wiidnenie-4-! that has only s Rambler, (jjjjj -VJ ami all others brought the wolves, upon hs in eve' greater numbers. To you who-wonder what r ing should be attached to the going. I say that'it is not t< >an- are- you Photo by Steve Williams READING THROUGH the script of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," are Casa A/tanana cast members Jack Stuteville, TWC junior, and Bill Fuqua, freshman. They, along with TWC junior Cathey Cady, will be seen in the production, opening Saturday, Feb. 5 and running every Saturday of February at 2 p.m. w " .. Campus Exchanges Well! We are on our way with friend. the New Year in whose car we are 3. Abraham Lincoln wrote the riding, so to speak. - Gettysburg Address while travel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 January 1966

-,T 18,1966 THE RAMBLER i ioi aftafl |r '«i PR* I'. ar,d M ife l I |ugi).i Ive to'^al Iw cats 1 of the s lilhwit |erage ^ pniaraffiii kided. M J were mi |r a wars, l Ibeen, -nil | RamWrl Mr.'CW ,e asteM This m aper, estahts Prime for Best-DressedCompetition Feb. 7 •**." „kr. ifmat mmm *> •>. ... ■ Page Three X m i:A Glamour Girls Five Early Birds Enter Best-Dressed Competition 'v : V • ; ,> :':'5s* JAN and NAN HAIMA by Cheryl Stinson Rambfer Assistant Editor Si* girls, a total of five en- tries, were among the first en- tries to enter the campus compe- tition in Glamour magazine's search for the best dressed girl. You ma/ttynk our arithmetic is bad after Reading our opening statement. We will explain. Nan and Jan Haima, identie J«*twins; will be judged as one entry accord- ing to contest rules. Other early entrants include Joy Garrett, Lynda Godfrey, Linda Hart man and Zoe Sossamon. Joy Garrett «Joy G.'u^P#. a blue-eyed Monde, is a junior speech-drama major from Fort Worth....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 January 1966

Psge Four THE RAV11E8 / Gamma Sigmas Hold Rush Tea Jan. 12 The formal rash tea of the pro- The fcraj>t«Dofe arid ififormatiiJ?) batlanary ehs-.-ter :>f Gamma Sig- bulletins were displayed •:« a round ma Sigma was held Jan. 12 in the table with a tfareg-branob candies- lounge of pinjlrtt Hall. £brum and rnanx>n candlgs- The ruestz-;>C'k wss disj- a" e3 en Special gsaests w-:-re Mrs Bar- a table holding the name- tecs, bars Marc.arill: Batons] secretary Each piest was presented a. white of Gamma Sinna Sisraa; Mrs Jo- tissae rose corsage. These were, at- 2an Lan.ast'-n. Mrs. F.uth Keatimr- tarhed t: a circle ot marr/.-r. paper- Dean.' Catharine Wakefield and board with maroon and white rib- Mrs. Deile Prichard. - u O tx>n smesteers- W corsages u ere . 'Mre. Maccariik* answered used as nametags and faveffs. tkms about ihe sorority and ,talk- The 'refreshment table was. cov- ed about the club s futxire. ered h :*a white lace tablecloth Tbe present members of the club over ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 January 1966

18. 1966 THE RAMBLER Page Five if ■ 0,4 ■ [Ronnie DL Reel WcCor Danny ■ T | •ith flonday.sl ' I ih«- ssr3 eld in sJ |m JaaJ on prti IrmlttSJ s DAY y come °i vfl Only "HI |h Red Spierl Tfered Cnn™ fens • Df*! Cheese. | Inson'il Boulevard Ixas - ' iii-ible, but this semester Is nearly over* Where has • ov, we find ourselves-rushing to" finish all those class which were issued to us in September. is the last paper of the semester, let u.*> take this op- ■ h all iif you "good guessing" dui'int; tho.-.fh final exnir,> I AND DOLLS" will be TWC's 1966 musical production. . -.a fable of"Broadway'Based on the story and characters •n yvith rjiusic .and lyrics by Frank Lot >ser. "GUYS :• ,.-; 'ned at the/WVb St. Theater in 19."'), Some of the, tunes in the show are "ff I Were a Bell," "Guys and ■: and a Peck,V «nd "Take Back Your Mink." i i!l be Fob. 2, 4, and 6 in ..the FA auditorium. There ...!•. parts, 14' dancers,• and 20 chorus members which st. TWC will stage this production on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 January 1966

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January Texas Wesleyan's Rams Ride Atop Big State Circle After Saturday Night Victory Over St. Underdogs Go Ahead; Face St. Ed's Jan. 22 Confere pi H I % ' v* ■V, •• P K EVEN TWO MEMBERS of St. Mary's Rattlers couldn't stop the fast-shooting Ram, Tommy Wendorf, at Saturday nighfs game held in the South Side Recreation Center. TWC* 88-77 victory left the Rams with a spotless 4-0 record and the perch of the Big State Conference berth. Photo by Steve Williams THE EAST TEXAS BAPTIST COLLEGE TIGERS growled and growled but couldn't rattle the Rams or keep them from winning 83-74, in the Jan. 11 contest. Surrounded by East Texas defenders, Larry Phelps tries to shoot a lay-up shot.. * ^ Photo by Steve Williams Look who's riding atop the Big State Conference basketball stand- ings with a spotless 4-0 record! Texas Wesleyan's pore lil' Rams— that's who. Coach Elmer Hanebutt's team was cast in an underdog role, of course, before the season opened. In a pre-seassm...

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