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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1953

The WAR WHOOP Counseling Most Important Task of Chappell Thompson Have any troubles? . Need advice? Or perhaps you could use a lit- tle friendly understanding from an older and more experienced person. If you answer "yes" to any of the questions above two mem- bers of McMurry's administrative staff arc ready to help you. They arc Mrs. Phil E. Chappell dean Thompson Dr. S. B. Chapptl Mrs. Phil of women and Dr. S. B. Thomp- son dean of men. "We really take care of our girls" says Mr. Chappell and she proves her point with the story of an incident which happened last year soon after she became dean of women. One night she received a telephone call from an unknown informer who claim- ed he was representing the Abi- lene Police Department. He gave the names of two McMurry girls both of them active in campus religious activities who supposed- ly had been arrested when police had raided a popular Abilene night club. According to the "policeman" the girls were in the city jail and he wanted...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 January 1953

The War Whoop VOLUME XXX ABILENE WahWahtGWiGift To Woodson School Wnh Wahtayscc recently pre- scntcd a gift to the band at Wood- don High School a gift that brought to mind the days when Wan Wahtayscc was a drum corps Equipment given the Negro school band included: 16 snare drums three drum major batons a sack of sticks and a sack of drum slings. Indian Band Plays In Breck Tomorrow It will be a home-town perfoi- mance for five Indian Bnndstcis when they give two conceits in Breckonridge tomot i ov Duectcd bv Raymond T By- num the band will give a mati- 'DONKEY POLO' IS NEW SPORTS RAGE Members of McMuny journa- lism department have come up with something new in the sports field donkey polo. Sponsored by the McMurry Press Club members of the Har-din-Simmons Rodeo Association will meet IHR men's social club at McMurry in a donkey polo game. The event is scheduled for the Carl Meyers Memorial Rodeo Arena Feb. 21 at 2 p m. Spectators will also have an opportunity at free prizes valued at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 January 1953

THE HIU BRAND Thursday. Jaawary II. 1MI Pagai yke and ZJodau 'a VUorld V In liis innuKiirnl nililross last week President Eisenhower hiiinmod un the world situation thus: "... Man's power to achieve jrood or to inflict evil surpasses the brightest hopes and the sharpest fears of all aires. We can turn rivers in their courses level mount a ins to the plains. Ocean and land and sky are avenues for our colossal commerce. Disease dimishes and life lengthens. "Yet the nromisc of this life is imperilled by the very cell ins that has made it possible. Nations amass wealth. Labor sweats to create and turn out devices to level not only moun- tains but also cities. Science seems ready to confer upon us as its final jrift the power to erase human life from this earth." At such a time in history he went on we must proclaim anew our faith the adibidinjr creed of our fathers fnith in the deathless dignity of man faith in our country and in the watchfulness of a divine providence. "The peace we se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 January 1953

Tnundav. January MM THE H-iU iltAHD Pare a WOMEN'S SOCIAL CLUB presidents meet with Mrs. Phil E. Ohappell dean of women to talk over rush week and pled- ing. Left to right art Nelda Vaughtar Gamma Sigma; Judy Duvall Dalta Bala; Mrs. Chappell: Lola Butchee. Kappa Phi; Jan Ann Sieen TIP. Women's Rush Parties Begin Saturday Night Rushccs will begin the gala rush season Saturday night. The whirl of parties will continue through Wednesday evening Feb. 4. A barn parly will ba tha first of tha four partiaa which ax scheduled. TIP entertains tha ruihtai at 6t30 Saturday night at tha Fair Park Stock Barn. A complata change of theme will be in store for rutheec as they enter tha Cafe Da La Joie for an In ternational RendesYOus given by Gamma Sigma Monday night Fab. 2. Delta Beta en- tertains the following night with a casual party. A Hobo party completes the round of ADAM'S FOOD MARKET 2242 South 14th : STOP BY T. G. Carter's Service Station FOR FRIENDLY COURTEOUS SERVICE Complete Line of Tir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 January 1953

THE H-tU BRAND Thursday Jmuff It. HS3 3 fef 4 Tribe Tries Jackets In Howard Payne-Land McMurry's Redskin cagcrs hit the Texas Conference basketball trail against thts weekend jour- neying to Brownwood to meet the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets Saturday night The Indians hold on de- cision OTr the Jackets hir- ing edged thorn in a TC opener for both Jan. 10 htra. The final tally being 12-80. The Brownwooders will need to keep their eyes on Carl Jowell this time Jowell tallied only four points Against Howard Payne in the initial meeting since he was nursing a sprained ankle The ankle is back in shape it would seem however because the con- ference's leading scorer tossed in 36 points in the Indians' loss to Austin College Monday night in Indian gym Howard Payne knows Coach Mel Jowell can field other threats also. It was T. D. Hamilton and reservist Billy Anderson that gar HPC "fits" In the first game. Ham- ilton tallied 20 points. Ander- son collected 17 and both prov- ed important cogs I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1953

Speech Department Gives First Productions COMEDY PRESENTED AT ANSON; TOUR WILL BEGIN NEXT WEEK fcv p ft T McMurry's speech department presented the initial performance of its first production of the year for the Golden Anniversary Tea of the Anson Woman's Club yes- terday. Moliere's comedy "The Doctor in Spite of Himself" directed by Bill Adams head of the speech department was given at Anson High School for the celebration. This production along with "Thor With Angels." a religious drama by Christopher Fry is scheduled to tear on a wHk'i lour of Watt Texas Fab. 11. Tha comedy will be given in high school while Fry's play is sched- uled for presentation in churches. The Anson performance of "The Doctor in Spite of Himself was the first production of this ver- sion of the play as it was trans- lated from the French by Mr. Adams. When Fry's play is given it will be the first time this drama has been presented in Texas. Cast members of the two plays arc: Kaye Weber Bob Stearns Eddie Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1953

THE H-IU BRAND Thursday. February BACK IN THE FILES By Robbie Jay Feb. I. IMS Who is loveliest of all lassies? This is the intriguing question of the contest sponsored by the War Whoop. The decision will be made Pate 2 iH 3H - Hill MH h ;"''":'Jai -Br - ImIR '-! fiLJaflaHair Jsd24ai& tTlfyScK' "aB IH S&HnflKvo n "" tjM IHSMaiaaaaaaaaaaaBTBBB kBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBaaW9NMi MMttusuvLB fBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaHiBBEjB THE LILY POND . . . one upon a tima and here lately Q T lit erauon Aunlt f-ile CAMPUS EXCHANGE "The 'pride of our Western prairies' is slowly hut Mirely degenerating into a junk pile!" That seems to he the general concensus of opinion these days. "MeMurry could have a pretty campus" a student said recently "if anybody cared whether it was pretty or not." Those waded-up candy and gum wrappers don't add any- thing to the hcauty of the campus. Neither do the initials that have been and will continue to he scratched on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1953

Thursday Feheuajy I its) The WAR WHOOP pn . F Wi After Week of Rushes Become With 51 womens' names on the rush list rush season this semes tor proves an even bigger one than last year's spring semester with its 47 names. This morning at 7:30 women signed their preference cards and at noon today they received their bids at which time rush season was declared over and "pledge" season ahead. Previous to signing their bids the 51 rushees finished a week of "rush" and the name is quite right. Saturday night began a whirl of parties that lasted through Wed- nesday with rushees dressing as cowgirls French mademoiselles and hoboes. With each type of dress went a special theme. TIP TIP entertained the 51 cowgirls Saturday night with a barn party in the Fair Park Stock Barn. Hay saddles bridles and branding irons decorated the barn. Food was served chuck wagon -style wth menu consisting of red beans black coffee and corn- bread. President of the club Jane Ann Steen and sponsor Miss Willie Mae...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1953

Pact 4 The WAR WHOOP Thundar. February I. ltM Creative Movement Class Gives Poise Sore Muscles km ' it ISBBH "BVk':''ttJ y - ? PPsbbPbsbsMh sal i vJwv VTLSKaaaaflflallBV MRS. ETHEL TRICE physical Pat Brandt. La Gaytha Wood Ella do an arabesque. From the Week's Mail EDITOR'S NOTE: The following letter icned by n number of McMurry tudenta U beinK cnt to both Senator Lyndon Johnnon and Senator Price Daniel. Dear Senator Johnson: We should like to express to you our opinion on several is- sues as college students deeply concerned over the policies made in Washington today. 1) We are definitely against U. M. T. We feel that it is unneces- sarily militaristic and that the manpower needs of the armed forces can be met better under the present system. We do not feel that any Christian nation should have such a program as U. M. T. 2) We faal that Point Four and othar such programs of economic and technical assistance should be increased as much as possible. They are doing more than all our a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1953

Thursday. February S 1153 The WAR WHOOP Fat s IN SHERMAN Redskin Test Kangaroos Twice After splitting a series with the Austin College Kangaroos in Abilene last week the McMurry Indian basketeers travel to Sher- man this weekend to test the Austinitcs on their home court tomorrow and Saturday nights The Indians fell victim to the 'Hoppert' by a score of 8779 the first night but came back to cop the second contest and win 82-80. Austin's win over McMurry marked their first victory in the Texas 'Conference race while the Indians have chalked up four vic- tories against two losses McMur- ry 's second defeat was at the hands of the Howard Payne Yel- low Jackets in Brownwood Sat- urday 86-66 The Sherman crew fell to Howard Payne this week too; the Brownwooders winning 89-79 at home McMurry will be on the alert SHELTON'S SHERMAN-BOUND Fred Shelton Coach Mel .Towel's hustling guard will be among those journeying to Sher- man this weekend to contest the Austin College Kangaroos to- morrow a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. February I'M dm Mahck 26 Future Teachers Will Convene at McMurry Representatives from twenty- eight Texas colleges and universi- ties will assemble at McMurry March 26-28 for the state conven- tion of the Future Teachers of America according to Dr. An- drew W. Hunt head of McMurry's education department and state sponsor of the FTA. Featured convention speak- ers will be Dr. R. L. Proffer. newly-elected president of the Texas State Teachers As- sociation and Dr. Arvin Don- nor .head of the educational department at the University of Houston. Jewish Rabbi Will Speak to Students Harvey E. Wessell a Jewish rabbi and minister of Congrega- tion Beth El at Tyler will be on the campus next week speaking to various groups. In chapel Thursday morning Rabbi Wessel will address the student body on the topic "The Bible for Today." Richard beats. Christian Foundation president invites all students and faculty mem- bers to hear Rabbi Wessel speak on "Human Relations Volunt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1953

The War Whoop See You at the Mardi Gras! See You at the Mardi Gras! VOLUME XXX ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 19S3 No. 17 Fine Arts Program Tours West Texas New Mexico Representatives of McMurry College's Fine Arts Division left yesterday on a six-day tour through West Texas and New Mexico. Actors artists and musicians will be in the group of 25 giving 14 performances and returning to the campus next Tuesday. The schedule for the tour fol- lows: Wednesday Feb. 11 Sweetwater high school 9 a. m.; Snyder high school 1 a. m.; Hobbs N. M. 7:30 p. m. Thurs- day Feb. 12 Hobbs high school 9 a. m.; Eunice high school 1 p. m.; Lovington church 7:30 p. m.; Friday Feb. 18 Lovington high school 9 a. m.; Alamogordo school 7:30 p. m. Saturday Feb. 14 Trinity church El Paso 7:30 p. m. Sunday Feb. 15 First Church El Paso 6:30; Asbury Church El Paso 8 p. m. Mon- Feb. 27 Deadline Stt For Sigma Tau Prose-Fiction Contest Friday Feb. 27 is the deadline fat. ciiVtmlttintv moniicrinfe 4rt Yia U consi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. February 12. 1952 Page 2 Oll 9 e rviosi Wltal -Mout tit em Si There are 2r000000 Modems behind the iron enrtain. In wise of war. what would Iheir position be and what significance would they have on the rest of the world t Most of the experts seem to think that the Moslems would turn against the Soviets. This opinion is in a way justified by a brief glance at history. In both world wars they have rebelled and pone against the Russians. The reason behind this opposition to the Russian program is hard to explain. It might be due to national and religious eoiivietions or perhaps to what might be termed "opportunistic" factors. The power of the Moslem in the Soviet Union should not be overrated. Thev would no doubt have n certain influence but us far as them forming a formidable force against Russia the chances are almost nil. Also the political influence of such movements u the Im-Turnanianism and Pan-Islamism should not be exaggerated. To us they sound good but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1953

V ThuwdUy. February 18. IMS Indians Sports-Sit By WILL The traili from McMurry Col- lege nnd Abilene Christian Col- lege toward Hardin-Simmons University and Rose Field House wil be well tread this weekend as two of the biggest rivals bas- ketball or otherwise tangle in what could be considered the cage classic of West Texas. Down through the years a prob- lem of seating all those desiring to see the contests was always dominant. Seats for McMurry students were limited when the game was played in Bcnnct Gym and some of the ACC colle- gians were deprived entrance when the tilt was unreeled on the Reservation. In both cases pas- sages for outsiders were limited. Most Abilcnians had to hear the game over the airways or read about the next day in the sports section of the News. But chingta were made the games of course being scheduled for spacious Rose Field House. A new Texas Conference ruling which provides for each TC member to play each other mem- ber four times instead of two will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1953

Pae The WAR WHOOP Thursday February II. What's This? Daughter Helping Father With Home Work Yet? By PETE PETERSON Most of the student body no doubt knows Neva Mnc and Elmoic Alexander but In nil piob.-ibihty not too ninny hnd connected them ns f.ithcr and dniiRhtei. They lenlly nie! Papa Elmoie is 4G tmd a .senior major- inn m .secondary education and Neva is IB a ficshninn studying to be a missionary. Neva is a raduatc of High- land HiRh School where she took English for four years under her father and rode to school with him eveiy morning since he drove the school bus. Incidently he was also her basketball coach. Elmore is now a farmer ranch- er and contractor by trade and comes in to school every Monday Wednesday and Fiiday. He is carrying 15 hours. The Alex- ander home is near Maryneal Texas and Mis. Alexander is teaching in Highland High School and duving the school bus while papa Elmore is completing his education. Mr. Alexander started to col- lege at Sul Ross in 1926. In 192...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1953

Thursday February 19. 1153 The WAR WHOOP Page 5 f Pledge Season Starts Off With A Bang Women's Club Pledges Wear Pins Sailor Caps Pledges of the women's social club's have spent a busy week as their first days of pledgcship on the camps. Pledges of Kappa Phi are wear- ing the club colors pinned at their skirt hem; Delta Beta pledges best not be caught without their pledge pins which are in the shape of a green hexagon. Gamma Sigma pledges arc wonrin gthcir pledge pins fath- fully and TIP Gobbettcs find that members are all about as they bow with a sharp pop of their sailor cap everytime they see a member. TIP The 14 Gobbettcs of TIP were initiated Thursday evening in a semiformal initiation service held in the home of an ex Mrs. Bob Martin. Gobbettcs are: Sandra Shields Thelma Tucker Chris- tine Rockover Gayle Browne Elna Ruth Peterson Mary Strin- ger Shirley Tucker Jane King Helen Hollowell Mary Frank Smith Opalcnc Cox Billie Huff Toney Holly Nora Leverett. Members Gobbettcs and sp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. February W. "53 Pagi 6 Who Are You?' Standard Greeting at Mardi Gras Whtit is it? We tnlk nbout-this thing Mmrii Gins but probnbly few of us know the .splendor the history ind the actual frolic nnd feast that the Mardi Gins holds. Many people in many places jne copyinK the Mardi Gras just as we at McMurry will be doing next Tuesday night. Ours may not be quite so great but in n fashion it will have much of the tradtion and festivity that the "real" Mardi Gras that old New Orleans is so famous for. To have a better understand- ing of Mardi Gras look back on the stately southern people the Creole families who live in the French quarters of old New Or- leans. Here in its beauty Creole homes many more than one hun- dred and twenty-five years old elaborately trimmed with grilled work on the small balconies which seem to hang right over the nar- row streets of the quaint ancient yet dignified French Quarters Here one finds here all the his- tory the glamour and spi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1953

Galleon Entries Due Next Week Friday Feb. 27 has boon set l Galleon says Christine Rockovor The War Whoop ns deadline for submitting man- uscripts both for entries in the Sigma Tnu Delta prose-fiction contest and for publication in the Speech Group Returns to Give Home Performance After traveling 1200 miles and giving 21 performances members of the McMurry Fine Arts Divi- sion returned home Tuesday for a double-feature date in Abilene. ) "Thor With Angels" a religious drama by Christopher Fry and "The Doctor in Spite of Himself" a comedy by Molierc were pre- sented Wcdnsday in Radford Stu- dent Center auditorium. Bill Adams producer-director of the movie "Medea" which is scheduled for its world premiere this semester at McMurry direct- ed both plays. Twenty-five students represent- ing the speech music and art de- partments made the tour with Adams. They appeared in eight West Texas and New Mexico cities to present their programs which consisted of the two plays musical numbers and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday February H. ltM Pat 2 IHfe lAJIto ald -Simon i "Have you got tluil spirit?" begins a favorite McMurry yell. Ami everybody responds with "A-a-meii!" We fliclti "t iim' that ell Friday or Saturday night though luainh on account of we'didn't have any cheer leaders at cither game.' And if wc had UM'd that jell there would have been some raised c.xcbrows- because "that spirit" is something we just plain don't have. linml iln. li.tt..i-.to.the-editor on this nage. and then think it over. Maybe some students don't particularly like basketball but that's a poor excuse. The fact remains thnt McMurry our school- was playing and it was our duty to be there backing our team and our school. And it happens that basketball games are not the only place where "that spirit" is lacking. Anything our school spon- sors -whether it's a party an athletic contest or a campus elec- tion should be supported whole-heartedly by the student body. Some have the attitude of "I'm paying to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1953

TVy. rakniwr I UN The WAR WHOOP tofS Hearts Hokey-Pokey Highlights Of Gamma Sigma-Ko Sari Party Two hundred students and fac- ulty members attended the Gam- ma Sigma-Ko Sari Valentine party Thursday night in the social hall of the Student Center. The party was the third all school party given this year. Quests gathered at the begin- ning of the party for Valentine heart games. "Matching the Heart" was introduced to give everyone a chance to mix and mingle. Next on the agenda was to have been the "hokey-pokey" an- nounced emcee James Kirby since no McMurry party would be complete without it. Guests obediently formed a circle but the game was interrupted by the entrance of prencer Orlie White denouncing the hokey-pokey and referring to page 44 of the Mc- Murry catalog. White was ushered out the back door. Triad Again Repeated attempts to do the hokey-pokey were broken up by parts of the program. A swing Spring Colors Suggest Activity Freshness Beauty By IMS KENDALL It's getting about ...

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