ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: War-Whoop, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 446 items from War-Whoop, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
446 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 18 November 1926

Xv r' Tarleton Gains Thru Good Line Plunging BY HASSEL BROWN Way out off tbe plains of Texas the Indiana lost another ball same Satur- day their third consecutive loss In a many weeks when the John Tarleton Junior Aggies romped away with the heary end of a 25 to 7 count on Hays' field Stephenvllte. Similar to their little pigskin mis understanding of the previous week with tho St. Mary Rattlers of San Antonio down at Harry Abies ball park homo and roving grounds of tho mighty and feared Santone Bruins of Texas League fame the trlbo entered tha contest top-heavy fftvoiites to win; to emerge In truo n la Caesar stylo with many fresh nnd gory scalps bans- lng from their wai belts but Instead they came off conquered rather thnn tha conqueror the vanquished rather than the vanquisher. To alibi for tho Indians In either contest would bo simply to be-llttle THEY'LL DO THEIR STUFF AT ALPINE Flo wfrgy mviacjuiits . -uubuuw3(.ixilmacuW " - " T--"-'' - INDIAN SCORE RESULTS FROM OVERHEAD WORK -...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 18 November 1926

i . ' iiutintl M!U--Jid They are So-different See them in our Window SMART SHOES FOK MISS OR MATRON CINDERELLA BOOTERY t 22R Pine Street max if ill HOLD REVIVAL Annual Meeting to Begin November 28 Partially Selected g The selection of the Totem Staff for the production jf the neJ. yearbook its progressing rather slowly according. to Ralph Steen. Editor-in-Chief of the publication. Several positions on the itaff are X still vacant and Mr. Steen Insists that all students Inteiested In the annual and who are willing to work should O'Coats for the College Man distinctive styles in the season's most pop- ular fabrics and the correctness of style is : ssured in HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Creations. A design for every man. Other Models as Low as $18.00 Mioter Dry Goods Co. "AHILENE'S PKMJKKSSIVK STOKK" Virjril H. Fisher pastor of San Jacinto Church of Amarillo. has been secured to hold the annual college see him soon In order that systematic ii-vinl which will lie-in Nov. 28 the vvotk may b...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 November 1926

The War Wftoop STUDENT PUBLICATION OP McMURRY COLLEQE ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMDER 25. 1926 'VOLUME IV. NUMBER 11 Si INDIANS BATTLE MOUNTAINEERS K .-; wi mw College VIRGIL FISHER WILL PREACH DURING REVIVAL Fisher Is College Man; . Services Twice Daily The annual meeting Is scheduled to begin next Sunday morning Novem- ber 28. when Virgil It. Fl'her will preach th first sermon In a series of one week of revival services. In the McMurry College auditorium. The Rev. Mr. Kisher t rated as one of the most capable evangelists of the Northwest Texas Conference and two of hi four ears' service in thi connection have been served a con ference- cvangellM At present he i pastor of the San . Jacimo lleUht- Methodist Church of Aniarillo and during his pastora'o there a magnificent brick church h.- been constructed. Older hi leader- ship the members-hip of that church has boon quadrupld within a very short time. ltelnc a college graduate him-elf. ! Rev. Mr. FMur l Intimately ac-1 quainteO with the prob...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 November 1926

THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas. Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Subscription Kates $1.30 per year Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Abilene Texas according to the Act of Congiess -Match V 1897. V. O. KEY Jr MORRIS I.EIXIKit Editor Business Manager FOM ('A.Mi'iii:i.u RAM'H stkkn. JEWFI.L POSBY. oonnoN vvkmi. Assistant Editor -Associate Killtor t'tatur.? Kdltor - -Staff Reporter CONTU1I1L rOHS TO THIS ISSUE Haul rnnltl. Jessie Stell. Edkar Davis Chappie Hard Hurnlce Sty. Carrie Fatharw. Krienr Irvine. Kimua Jine Mriatd. Thanksgiving Have you ever stopped to think what Thanksgiving really me.ins to von'.' When you woio a oungster .vour thought tinned fto lite .stiutting gobbler and von instinctively 'smacked your lips' at the thought of punk in' pie but now what aie join thoughts when the duv is mention d? (.Yu.tiiily it is the day of the big-ges-t game of tin. sia-on. quite oittn it means a tup home it t tliat il.iv...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 November 1926

If '"""' f.i-.?srT t Indian Cage Team Likely Be Composed Of Veterans 1ETTERMENW1LL HAVE TO WORK F0RP0S1TI0NS Herb West Probably Be Out for the Season With six or seven lettermen In sight present Indications are that the 1927 Indian basketball team will be largely composed of eteran Redskin court performers Seeral nun who failed to letter last season or who plaed with the Papooses will be cut out for the squad in 1 a Rood deal u' new material will be mailable Lcubettir. (.uard IXunldson i.mrd Mlale. guard lllnsino ceuter Park ctiittr and M forward compose the lettermen who will probabl) bo out As running guird Iedlttttr list )irs in tain dl 1 s0nu mUlit pood work Pomld on ind Hile are a pair of gmrds hard to btut "Wfk and illasino will bt flfchtlnj for tho plot jH)ltiuu I'ark was handicapped list .umh b a Iti. In Jury but Mllasiuo shou I up somt might! speedy work Uob Mx was tho Indian scoring act Ills brilliant tosses totalled more than tho balance of the entire te Herbert Weot la o...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 November 1926

lng For Somet IN ting Different SHOE-STYLES sec our new Mid-Seoon arrivals Smart Shoes For Miss Or Matron CINDERELLA BOOTERY 228 Pine Street -. 1 YELLOW JOURNAL "Student are not to sit In can X parked in front of the building." So ran a bulletin board notice Monday which was unsigned however. Parties Addresses Faculty Dean J. W. Cox of Abilene Chris tian College entertained the McMurry faculty last Tuesday evening with a most original view of the subject Teacher's Pay. Treating lightly the financial aspect oi the suDjeci ne stated that he was glad that there is no danger of the profession s be .who nt first barked on seeing the ad- coming commercialized. Featuring Gift Goods Our second ttiti to maikct this season was largely Tor the puipo.se of buying Gift Meicliamlise for the many depai tments in our store. Many Important Novelties and useful gifts were selected in a tiemendous vari- ety ranging in price from 25c each up to handsome and more expensive items. With all gift items ope...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 December 1926

The War Whoop w VOLUME IV. STUDENT PUBLICATION OP McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 2 1926. NUMBER if .K MOUNTAINEERS WIN; 194 IN EAST QUARTER Indian Aerial Attack Frustrated by Wind En eloped In a raging gale of sand the McMurry College Indians present ed a brilliant derense that rose to da7- aline heights to hold the highly tout' ed Schrelner Mountaineers scoreless for threo Quarters but by a queer conspiracy of fate and the elements ably assisted by eleven mighty Moun- taineers they went down In a heart- breaking 19-0 defeat in the last few minute of the game at Fair Park Thanksgiving day. Th undefeated Schrlener eleven swept down the field several times but the Indian defensive machine new hom ninny times for downs. Ev ery time under the shadow of their own goal they were held in meir tracks or downed for losses. Ihe plunging Mountaineers backfleld con- stantly threatened to plow throuth for a touchdown Utile salu WRS mado by the chrlenir men around tl Doualdsou ami Newton ...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 December 1926

THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas. Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Subscription Hates. $1.50 per year Entered as second class mattci at the postoffice at Abilene Texas according to the Act of Congiess Maich 3 1897. V. O. KEY Jr MORRIS LEDGER Editor Business Manager TOM CAMI'HEI I. -. RAM'll STfcrN JEWH.l 1'OSEV. GORDON Wi:illl Asslntant Fdltor -Associate I (Htor ts aurj Kdltur fataff Reporter CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE Hazel Arnold JiwMe Still I ilkitr Davis CliniiDlo Hardy. Ilurnlco Ram My C nrrlo I uttinrie I ilMtr Irvine 1'iniim Jano McDavId Hunting for a Kick (I'roni the Lass-o) "Dots the modern youth demand a kick out of everything7" Again the old adage "it all depends" may be chugged out And tacked on to the end of that question to answer it. 'llm an- swer is "jls" with limitations Thcie is a centum type of j.iz-m.ul outh which manages to institute a "kick" into cu thing ho dooh But that type of youth docs not pie. vail despite ...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 December 1926

Y s fv INDIAN TEAMS OF THIS SEASON HAVE BEEN CHARACTERIZED BY A SUPERIOR FIGHTING SPIRIT Several Indian Players Recognition as Outstanding Football Players of Their Association The anxious nervous tension of the onlooking throne is relieved the shrill whistle of the referee is heard no more the timekeepers gun has sounded its last shot Thunksgiving (forgers have about recovered from their indigestion and finis has been written after the last chapter of 1926 McMurry football history In his first year as a skipper of a T 1 A A aggregation Coach R M Medley undoubtedly produced the strongest combination which has carried the Maroon and White colors on the gridiron during the entire four ) cars' football career of the Redskin athletes The showing made by the Indians during the season was practically as much as was expected by cool headed football experts after making a thorough canvass of the stiff Indian schedule at tho first of the season A light team cannot be expected to score a stri...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 December 1926

SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL NEW SLIPPER FDTUKA Made of.bhck satin and velvet stripped in olue and green kid Shortest Short Vamp High Spike Heel Smart Shoes for Mien or Matron CINDERELLA BOOTERY 228 Pine Street Hlltl NSK II 'Mi (Continue I Hi ti I" gt Oni) m i ri I r of tl i c mti t intn for pu I tii us ( n tin coINmjI fii'inlt ti ims llii nn ill i ii 11 if r ' 1 publit. spi iking nlulit in I tli ir nuking will Im ill ti rniini il Itrgilv li thui knovvli dgi of tin (ui stum I-oicnsic inaniigi r Nowhn hiis nr rniigul m of tin stiffist diluting itchedules which has evi r born made for thiH institution r niory Univtr Hitv of diorgin Iluylor University of Waco St I dwards of Austin and Oklahoma City University are some of the big guns to b. mtt on the plat- form Dates for tin. discussions with Emory Oklahoma U and Texas Tech have not bcn arrnnged but the re- mainder of the schedule follows Phillips U Mach 1 at Abilene. Daniel Baker March 7 Brownood St Fdwards March 8 Austin KTSTC March 10 Commerc...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

S3 - s The War Whoop VOLUME IV. STUDENT PUBLICATION OP McMURKY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY DEC. 16 1926 NUMBER U Closing Term Most Successful In History Of McMurry iiiimiHiiiiHimmiimiiiimiiHMHiiiHiiiMiinH hiihiih i iniiniiiniil iiiiiiriiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiH limn r mil I limn mi iimmiiiiiiimmiimii mum ( ummiim i milium iimii iiiihi tm m h iiii iimii iiiihh m iiiiiiiiuii iiiiirfiimtiA HUNT PREACHES LAST 2 SERMONS ANNUALREVIVAL Fisher Called Home by Death of Parishoner Called suddenly to Amnrlllo by the death of one of the members of his church Rev. Virgil H. Fisher left Sun- day morning of tho last day of the College revival. President J. II. Hunt preached the two concluding sermons Sunday morning and evening. "Sin is the destruction of the soul; Hell is the place to whlih these burn- ed out souls go" Dr. Hunt declared In the Sumlu) e tiling sen lies. Fol- lowing the stirring sermon from Matt. 7.13 H there wcie over Jo conver- sions and ttdidlcatlons A tall was made to all those who...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

GYMNASIUM FEARS COMPLETION 11llllllll1llllllllllIIINIIIIHllHI1IIIHtnill1IIIIIIIIIHIHIllltll1iri(tlll1ltlllMIIIIII HiiimiHiMMiiiimiHitiimiiiiiuimiKifli THE McMURRY COLLEGE GYMNASIUM DONALDSON AND MURPHY TO LEAD THE TRIBE ON THE GRIDFOR YEAR '27 IS FEATURE OF NEW GYMNASIUM Seating Capacity for A Thousand Rooters .. - . rK?'fi05WE-- : ." I li .---- .-. -.'-wr.UW "'ieriii' . A fc-Moi. v K iai m.iis..TKn.tS7z.Tii .saBfiai tia 'ihi' rirst nf tin m l work linn In i ii lick Until) ( niililiil (ill tin new MiMunv () iiiiniMinii mil iiii!"iiii will In in rtiiilint in fur tin) iiihiIiik of tliv Indian Imnki lliull ti inn's first hi.imiii iih n intiti'slnnt fur the T. I. A A Hilt- In IIiIm sport ii(t term. 'tin bimkilball (Hurt will la- MU 100 fit I. nuking It mil of till' lii'M In tin- ill)' .mil will i quiil any In tliu T I A A. Ariiiiuil tin' uiiirt tin re Is hi ul lni; iii.ult) tn inn tor a thousand Hln 1 1 iters. 'II. ! bullilliiK Is nf brlik with Uh Fimf Hiiiiiirlul Ii) slut (.lulus mtr H...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

Extra Values in Good Suits That You'll Need for the Holidays and After 76 Suits in the Lot Only one or two ol a kind but piactic.illy all sios in this cabinet of ctra values. INDIAN BASKETBALL SQUAD GOOD SCHEDULE ARRANGEDFOR INDIAN CAGERS Ki'giilai' puces Cut pi ices ?22..")0 to Ss.'O.O.) $11) .75 to !s;.).7r Ten Basketball Games To Be Here Two Foreign Games With Daniel Baker Ton games out of a schedule of 12 games for the Indian basketball squad are to be placed on the home court it was announced by Coach It. M. Medley after his return from the meeting of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association held at Dallas last week. The pair of tilts on foreign soil arc with the Daniel Baker Hill Billies at Brownwood on February 25 and 26. Two of the fic clubs to be met are members of the T. I. A. A. The only outlaw teams with which the Indians clash are the Matadors of Texas Tech and the Battlers of St. Mary's. One Texas Conference aggregation is scheduled to be plajed in Abilene when t...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Subscription Rates $1 50 per yeai Entered as second class mattei Texas accoiding to the Act of Congress Freedom (From the A. C C Optimist) Aic you a slave to what ou want to do what you have planned7 Have you laid a careful scheme for the way your little Jiniveise must lun or it may be the whole big universe? Are you bowled over despondent at a loss when a clog gets into the wheels of your little carefully devised piogiam? Does the sun u.n oj hnna ffiHn iiwnv. and nothinz seem woitn at the postolfice at Abilene 'while because something you woiked for failed to J"e aut? rcss MoYch 3 1897. ! You're selfish! Ihat is the reason and the solution Oct a ress alii en a ioji. . .. feHow Llfe lsn.t an m V. 0 KEY Jr MOKKIS I LDC.LU Editoi Business Manager TOM c mi in I I ItAI 1 II sii i v JEW I 11 1 Oil OOHIniN WI till Vssist mt 1 il Assjclult 1 lit I li ui til one piece it's a pat...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

UIMiANUJUlUNUr lULLEWAlC " LAY ACTIVITIES CLUB MADE Papa Freeman Elected President of Society The McMurry Lay Acthltlcs club was organized in chapel I'ridny uiorn lng when the student body accepted the plans which had been made by n committee appointed Immediate!) fol- lowing the college revival to build up home kind of a plan whereby the non- ministerial students might have nn or- ganization to eonespoiid with the hi nctivltles movement in the Methodist church. The committee of which Allred Kieeiuan was e halt man also acted as u nominating bod and submitted liomluatloiu for officials of thu pro posed organization betoru asking fot a Note on the plan. The new ofllcluls elected were Alfred Freeman piesl- dent; Anthony Hunt vice president; und Corinne Mellejnulds secretary. The organization which had Its first meeting Friday is designed to operate along the lines of the Lay Ac tivities orgauizutiun In the Methodist Episcopal Church South. As stuted b the resolutions of the. committee...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

HISTORY DEPT. GETS NUCLEUS FORMUSEUM Quit1 a l.irjc1 collection of relics of ploneir days is bung Ijuilt up by Tjof. W .(' Hold n In ail of tin- His- tory l)i p irtini lit wlnrh is to form thr nutleiis for u Mc.Murry museum. The articles an' on cli-play in his of- fice nml may l -i i'n liy anyone in tOJI'it. .1 The lull st ani'ssion to Hie cnllect- ion Is i double li.inrlnl mtis'lo load- ing shote-un w tilth was ilon.itul by Mrs .1 " Lyinh of Alli.iny. 'I Inn fmni m was In ought overland to Texas from California in I H4' by In r husband who is now th toast 1 'I he lock Ih uluilti red anil tin- Iiiiiiiiiiith have been blown off by a triple load. Thf gun is over five ftet long and it was used on tin' Ti-xas frontier in da)K m' tin' earliest jn'ttli'inent. Atiotln-r feature ih an ox yoke which was used in the trunsHirtntinn 4t lumber and provihionH from Deni- on before the T. & P. railway had -veil reached Dalian or Fort Worth. It now hangs on the office wall as a inute reminder of...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

Steen And Nowlin SHEWBERTAND SELF TO FILL TEXAS SCHEDULE Boyd and Curry; Cook And Neely Will Be Home Teams . High honors in the forensic trjouts lust Thursduv i- onlng weie won b hulph SUui anil Karl Nivtlln who were selected as the combination to make the scheduled trip to Washing- ton D. C representing McMnnj In series of ilehate.s which will carry them lluough 2J states. Steen was chosen as the best Individual speaker while his colleague Nowlin was rated its second in the Held ut 14 entrants Houston hell' and J. U. shevvbert Jr. b little ol their .seniority hat- ing uieii on the McMuii) debuting teams lust jcar were selected as the team to ctur .McMurry coluis around tlio l.one Slur state in a seiles uf de- bates with the leading colleges of Texas. Man hi llojd and llubeit Curr and Na.vno Cook and lit utou Net I) weie the spoaktis selttteil us the two ttaius to uphold the MiMuu.v side ol the ui- guments In a stilts ol dibattt which will be held at Ahlltne with some ot the hading ...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 December 1926

1. V .I ' irn g mm MM.Mnirr..M..HtlTEW.eQDSAND FIVE-MEMBERS. QFTHE ! Just ADVANCED SPRING STYLES I sauve"""! Arrived - -. ' Maintain Their Dignity Despite the Boyish Bob FACULTY STILL HAVE THEIR LONG LOCKS riili Ih n beautiful Slipper anil n the niwost In mnli-rlal. . Abbo pnl qu.utor. ( arlgan vamp ami li nl HIkIi Spanish arch inrl heel S.MAIU' S1I0KS KOIl MISS Oil MAI HON CINDERELLA BOOTERY 22S Pine Sticct '. . TRI-COLLEGE DRAMA CARD ACC SATURDAY Thespian Club Gives "The Finger of God" .1 i i. 'Mine inn- ml pl.os wire ptisiulnl li) tin- I'Iih Arte ilii.iiliiniilH nf Mi Murrj Miiiiuuiih .mil Aldli in IIiiInI Ian I'ullt In Hi'- A I f niiilltiiriiiiii I. ml Xiluiiln) i lining lor Ih" purpose nf ruining I mills lor tin sp( n h Arts 'I l llllllK IISIIII lllllllll uf Ti nn Willi li Ih hi inline I'rnt I lum It lln wu of A (' l' us lln Ti xiis n pn si ntutlvt In lln- iiiitlmiiil mi i line nl llinl l""lv 111 ( hli 11111 i mill) lln' Clilixtin.is Imll dam ' I he rinur nf timl" piisiiitnl h)...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 13 January 1927

THE WAR WHOOP noi.imi: n. STUDFNT PUBLICATION OF McMURHY COl I K'.F ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 13 1927. NUMBER 14 --. CAGERS OPEN WITH JACKETS K t 1 V 'vt iV'-V Big Crowd Attends Formal Opening of Gym Monday J'jDCE SCARBOROUGH AMD MAYOR COOMBES PRINCIPAL SPEAKERS Indian Band Plays; 2 Basketball Games I In fertnil u mini: uf the MrMurry s)iimisiutn wis jltimliil liy approxi mall I) V)) simliiils mil lounsiKoplr Moiuliy ii un: in. I Mil fetiturtd liy lniiil nuiu in ilmy mil xhthition lias ki lli ill M iir ( li i 1 (ooiiiIhs anil J111I1.1 Dill is S iil.nrnuli win llu spcuk e is I'n Mill nl I llnnl (irtMilnl over the ten minus mil in a short introductory I ilk tilul tint il u ii tlu pre suit iiilm tin n u llu I!. ml of lrtiMit4 In utlil a .iiimmiiig mil In tin building lit xt )iar unil 1 1 u i ( ti l.i uk on tin- Mrutturr In (in ii M. mill mill tin t. nil 1 1 .hn u( nun U4 uc'nttitiiri lit tin ii i it -i nit il M nor (ihiiiiIh4 who nuili in uliliiv- n( hi i Minimal) hum orous n mm IK tvprtvt...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 13 January 1927

THE WAR WHOOP Student Public .ilinti nf M(Mnrr) ( ollcgc Abilene Txns Member 'lrn lull tiallepiale l'rr Awm'mlitm Subscription Hntc Advertising Knli mi Applii.tlinn id tlir llu"iucss 8 1. SO prr )ear Manager Entered ns srrnnil ( ln rn.itler at tlir pi toffiee nt Ahilci.e Ti-xaJ accord- ing to Al of ( impress of Miinft 7).' " t V. 0. KEY. Jr. ... .!...:..:. ' :.... Editor MOHKIS l.EDC.LIt ....'.....?...: : limitless Manager HAl.l'll S1I.L.N .? .".'.. .'...:.'.'' Win- K.htur GOHIKIN VI Mill Asivtint l..blor TOM CAMPHH.I Iittriry Kdilur JKWII. POSKY ...: l-.'iture Kiftlor HASSjU. HHOWN r.... Spoils IM.tor KkPOKTOItlAI. SIArK J.s-c Strll Haul Arnold .K.lmr l. Kranctfc Illiinii lilpir lrim Holier! ( urr llurnice It hum). irrlc Follarcc COLLEGIATE CHITICISM. y) ' 1 lie high lost of liiii(! evolution )ellow journalism rriinc short- comings of the rising pi iteration uml politic. il ur4ffh(iti'.a)lporeiitiy been rcplaicil by the American tolli-px- svsti m us ic Ionic forVIWuViW atid reform ...

Publication Title: War-Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x