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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1966

enei 1 How can we improve assembly? —See p. 2 TH€ RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 A welcome from the Reel McCoys *" —See p. 5 VOUM& 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 8, 1966 No, 14 WINS! r L i • g ... M SB f' Enrollment Increases With 1852 lAUDiM " • With the • •VMJwm "f tlv- i uiM- ingl^iyra!' at T\VC, comes an ex- pansion in the enrollment of the aflBPItjself. Registrar Marry Rice announced that this scem^ster's enrollment of 1852 is., the largest in TWCs history. It even exceeds last semester's enrollment of 1849. In the past, the second semester usually suffered a drop in enroll- ment, but Mr. Rice reports this AgMpr's increase is due to a large nun.nor of students seeking x... :a college education in this Fort Worth-Dallas area. The main increase came from transfer students to this school. IiHjjggB^es in the enrollment, re- cently . indicate that TWC may h^jje 2,000 students by next year. Mr. Rice stated, "The registrar's office...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1966

% Page Two" THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 31 4' : ^4s5eml(y presents IT)any (Lomplaint5 }>ul IL'rif 3c* Remedies S>oucj(l *> The weekly assembly is like politics. Everyone talks about .it, complains about the way it is being run, but no one is . willing to remedy the situation. Those who receive the dubi- ous honor of being in charge of it do the only thing possible in such a situation: they ^either shove the problem on to the next unfortunate persons, or they hastily organize a program fthat will, if not entertain, at least pacify the student body. ' Let the nexi-Jgroup be the one to come up with a good interesting program; we did the best we could yith an un- bearable chore. « . ■ V ' Whether we admit it or not, this is the attitude that most of the clubs and organizations take toward the respon- sibility of assemblies. During the basketball season clubs com- pete for sportmanship and participation honors at the games, yet the planning of one assembly a year is considered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1966

Bk February 8 THE RAMBLER Page Th^a 7rWC Search For 'Best-Dressed' Ends; Winners To Be Announced Next Week iLYNDA GODFREY by Cheryl Stinson RAMBLER Assistant Editor The search for the "Best-Dressed Girl" on the T\VC campus has ended. The winner will be an- nounced in next week's Rambler. The TWC winner will now have a chance at the title of Glamour magazine's "Ten Best-Dressed Col- lege Girls." Nine girls entered the competition: Freida EnJow, Joy Garrett, Lynda Godfrey, Nan and 1 Jan Haima, Linda Hartman. Anne Kagmpf, Zofi Sossamon and .Jen- nifer Thompson. Competition was held in the Fel- lowship Hall of the Polytechnic Methodist Church yesterday. Jud^eS were Dr. William A. Ward, public" relations director and''As- sistant to the President at TWC, and Bobbie wygant, who, as host- 'ess of "Dateline" on WBAP-TV, brings unusual and interesting guests to her show and Dr. Mary Elizabeth Crow of TWC's education staff. The latest entries in the contest, who had not yet been announced, we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1966

Page Four THE RAMBLER «T5 MSM Student Center Sporting New Look' What a "difference seven weeks •to r ' makes. In that time,.the Methodist Student Movement student center received a face-liftirtg inside and out. From top to bottom and side to side, the center has been improved. The old plyboard walls havs> been replaced and ceilings are lower and acoustical. The MSM kitchen re- ceived fresh paint and new cabi- nets. A stereo system pipes music into the parlor and the chapel. New aluminum glass doors Rvace the front and rear entrances. A )4*u* entrance was created in the foyer of Ann Waggoner Hall. The chapel of the center, whose iriterior was suggested by Rev. ,Wesley Williams, is lined with gold carpeting. A specially designed handmade chandelier lights the chancel area of the roqm. Mr. Earl Carraway, cabinet - maker for TWC, con- structed the pulpit, lecturn and communion table from sketches suggested by Rev. Williams.' TJie center hopes to obtain funds to buy an organ for the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1966

(ay, February 8, .1966 THE RAMBLER Page Fiva DL Reel WcC Ronnie Olfi Danny ight. j awl' iners Ten Tony Curtis JackLeimnon Natalie Wood m ME IThe Great Race" " EDWARDS'J Tha Great Pie Mad Automobile Race...The Western/ Saloon Brawl...The Shelk'aTent...The Devilloh Dlrlglcycla...Th« h Fiend's Dungeon.. .The Sinking Iceberg.. • Some of the gem In e greatest comedy of all time! 7TH STREET - test Week WALT DISNEY'S FIRST -r i\ W HAYLEY MILLS DOROTHY PROVINE DEAN JONES TECHNICOIOR® MATINEE ADUlTS $1.30 CHIlDRtH 50c OPEN 12:43 DAILY "" S ■ nn mi 3 10 7:13 9 20 ])/« Y ■ " % $ ** i % i jMQBiejBl i™ • "ii. I V s * Sp**S ja i- i f > yi>'& Kl^ ;-ni welcome goes out from this column to all you. new i :u>e avoiding 4he draft. All that remain's for you now the Dean's list. Bless that good ole II-S! ifesieyan director Mason Johnson and producer Dr. Bellah were with the large turnouts at auditions for Guys and Dolls, (ear s musical production. .how has "20 speaking parts, 14 dancers, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1966

■■ir Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, Fei &■ ■ • f T V Rams, Minus Two Key, Starters, Knocked from Conference Lead LARRY PHELPS attempts to score in the St. Mary's game in San Antonio Saturday. The Rams' 93-79 loss dropped them to third place in conference play. v —Phajo by Steve Williams French Majors May Attend Summer Study This coming summer (June 30- August 5, 1966), Tufts University, in cooperation with the United States Office of Education, will conduct its second NDEA Institute for forty-four undergraduates who are preparing to teach French at the elementary or secondary school ' level. The criteria for admission are as follows: (1) Junior standing during the academic year 1965-66 in a recog- nized American college or univer- sity. (.2) A major in French with the completion of at least the "third- year" college course in the lan- guage. (3) An average of "B" in all courses, and a \iigh level of ac- complishment in the four language skills as attested by a letter of recommend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 1966

Ill gram jy Blsck WA 6-2605 idoes the draft TWC students? -See P. 2 i ti*( I |TAN0ld5i| 1 Pet Pti J ■714 •714 .600 37! '■:] .333 .000. endings I '*1 11' ' '■I .600 138)1 ■" ■■ A .250 Mi .167 ^ I I SCHEDUul Was Bajis I b'i- las W'eiejJ Ceorgi'toM I'Kvard's asf of H®:i| lloustcm RESULTS | Iptist "Mary's 6151 ■Edward's ".I |pus Chrisil St. MinJ 179; Itheran 63; i bouthweiisi BEN DARNEj /C Repress 61 l-WKJ mesl |jE 5-218J EAT JD I A. LANE I THE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-19*9, 1962, 1963, 1964 Twins Named Best-Dressed -See P. 3 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH. TEXAS. .TUESDAY, FEB. 15. 1966 No.. 17 ligious Week Set 22-25 in Aud. ROYALTY DANCES to the mu- sic of the Imperials in the cafe- teria. Laurel Henry and Tim Curbo won the honors of Miss and Mr. TWC in the recent cam- pus election. —photo by Steve Williams Henry, Curbo Reign As Mr., Miss TWC by Ted Moberg nbler Staff Writer s ipaul Man in from Hous- Tjpeak-on "The Search for |> during Rf-ligious Empha- February 22-25 in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 1966

-V. Page Two THE RAMBLER T uesda, ^~}ate of^ ^tuclent leasts On rJt^rafit dla33ificati Any Choice Left on Draftboard - and Class "1A" are two phrases that today are on the minds of most Americans, regardless of age. Their meaning affects many people, but especially the college stu- dent who is striving to get an education before he is drafted. Some may use college as a shield against the draft, but most are sincerely trying to prepare for a> career that pos- sibly may have no future if he is drafted and finds himself in a struggle for his life on the battlefield. Daily conversation that once inlucded such matters as the latest new car models now revolves around the war in Viet Nam and its effect on the lives of the individuals. Why does this have to be? What is the situation on drafting and what will its effects be on TWC students? As of now the minimum class load for a boy to remain deferred is twelve hours, a full time student. However, as of the last few weeks college students...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 1966

February 15, 1966 [ffi!|wins Doable as 'Best tressed' Campus Entry THE RAMBLER Page Thre« I I Tour Tress LaaAij fnity ioaii ,;l IS Thur« by Cheryl Stinson I Rambler Assistant Editor i N a Huima" were se- TVVC's 'Best-Dressed r national contest -,<! Vi> Glamour magazine, "itwins, a cute two- broken several records election as Freshman . : • And in this contest H'. .".1 as one entry £|; Fell 7 contest at Methodist Fellowship e: > Dr. William A. Ward | Dr. Mary Elizabeth Crow, of fi >hbie Wygant, lortil jonality. ...... Jfaineii first And "second" run- fc- •.i-ei'e Juv Garrett, Fort Jrrh vf.d'U^nda Godfrey, |t W'.'i'th freshman/V an and N'an, from Whitney, las, expressing the usual reac- of winners, said, "We were ■ted and surely weren't expect- j to win." (hose identical twins have only kkara Will Hold B Dance Feb. 25 \ fakkara will hold an all-school"' (ice,. Friday, Feb. 25 in the SUB. dance will he from 8 to 11 and the dress will be casual, nission is only 50c per perso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 1966

Page Four s THE RAMBLER Toes ±1-1 A Members Parade in Spring Fashions Faculty Women's Club Has Style Show, Guest Tea A spring fashion show was pre- sented last Thursday by the Facul- ty Wc/nfflj's Club at a tea in Eliz- abeth Armstrong Hall. Women faculty members and wives of faculty members who modeled in the show included Mrs. Mary Ashmore, Mrs. Mary Joyce Burnett, Mrs. Hallie Dozier, Miss Shareve Hood and Mrs. Joann Langston. Others Who also modeled styles from Faye's Fashions were Mi's. Jane Moore, Mrs. Clifton Pat ton, Mrs. Healon Ricks. Miss Catharine Wakefield, and Mrs. Dimple Wil- liamson. Folly Pollan was commen- tator. Hostesses for the tea were ffnvs. Ardelle Prichard, Lola Webb, R. J Grimes, Reecy Mc- Knight, K. E. Faires and Miss Alta Beall Blanton. Individuality Starts New Fashiorowend MRS. MARY JOYCE BURNETT MRS. JANE MOORE Homemakers Honor Pledges With Dinner Twenty-four girls attended the Gamma Omicron Valentine dinner at Wyatt's Cafeteria in Ridglea on Feb. 8. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 1966

& . v Tuesday February 15 1966 HH- m Ronnie 1 /r THE RAMBLER ... Page Fiv DL &L WcCo. Danny PATTON lus BEFORE |E games lb. 15th ^ustin1^ tollege b. 19th Edward's TREBLE CLEF! BATMAN IN THE FINE ARTS BUILD- lat's the story, according to several of the Wesleyan music Many of the teachers in the FA building have found clever ites tacked on their doors, packed in snowballs and taped to sks all signed by the BATMAN. Dailey, Wesleyan Sinners director, reports that he has even phone callsfr'from the "caped crusader." Could it be fhat amic duo" have come tj our campus? Are CLAY THURSTON PEWITT really Batman and Robin? Holy Maintenance! C DIRECTOR MASON JOHNSON declares that the- castof id Dolls is the best since Damn Yankees. And who could miss ight "swervy-curvy" cuties in the chorus line! Those dolls are keep the gays interested. TY ROGERS AND TED MOBERG, two members of the mu- st, \yill be entertaining local Lady Lions tomorrow with their vocal talents. Both students are gifted w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 1966

' ■■■■■ Page Six THE RAMBLER -Tuesday Ff B(..o •J """ SERVICE CF Ram Cagers Play 'Wait and See' As Conference Race Nears Climax • The TWC basketball team has a "wait-and-see" attitude about its chances for a Big State Conference .basketball championship. Coach Elmer Hanebutt's Rams preserved their mathematical chances for the title by picking up a pair of conference victories last week. The Rams improved their record to 6-3 by thumping Southwestern, 90-82, Tuesday night at Georgetown and down-' MISS CAROLE ERHORN, 18pa New York student, purchases one of the first Youth-Wan identification cards issued by American Airlines, following approval cf its American Youth Fare Plan by the Civil .Aeronautics Bccrd. The card gives Miss Erhorn a chance to purchase jet coach ticketti at h®f price, to be used on a standby basis, for flights anywhere on American's 44-cfty domestic system. SPRING MUSICAL (Continued from Page 1) monies, Don Eggenberger; Waiter, Bob Whittaker; Mimi. Cheryl Wolfe; Gen....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1966

•> o. X ■ s; £ j ."ij I- ^ i 131 .1 hy { ■ |ni C-'iJ I I ]N6S | Pti ]S?2 j 1524 ] "18$ <d .-4*! nre; 92$ a NOINGS 574. IS 2187 Lbeck Is ring Star I id February meeting §$■ .■ '• r-nt Seriate last Thurs- ti r':*.ident Ray Wilson' pel that The Dave Brubeck | perform for the [C itv Series March 21 |f auditorium. jl . ! •- k is a familiar name |t campuses for he |( A n-riva's most popular |j > Several years ago, |\o Brubeck Quartet record- entitled "Tafce Five." ■amr one of the all-time S:ncle releases and pushed i' to the top in the field ps "n this forthcoming ce- (ries will be published in Imbler at a later date. ' X „ •* Bishop Presents Lectures; Weekly Activities Planned by Suzie Williams a.m. he will discuss "A Royal Rambler Staff Writer Priesthood." Students will be re- - Bishop Paul E. Martin, resident Quired to register their attend- bishop of the Houston area of the anc$, Methodist Church, today began his Sought-After Speaker series of four lectures on the„topie, pau]...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1966

y Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 2. I I F\eiqn of?Campus cHife ^J4efcl S)ororitieS, ZJratemi tie A Is it possible to find dictatorship in a land that advo- cates individual freedom such as America? Surely, a college campus would be the ideal of freedom in action. Everyone is equal here regardless of who he is or what he has been. Anyone with the right qualifications may become a leader on campus. Or can he? Upon closer examination it is easily seen that the so-called "popularly-elected" leaders are members of a social sorority or a fraternity. It seems that one of the major requirements for any position is membership in one of the social groups in which its members are pledged to support each other in elections. But how does ope attain the status of being among the Sthosen few found in these social clubs? The decision of who may pledge and who may not rests in the hands of mem- bers, and usually (-one vote will blackball a person fijpm the club. It is tragic indeed when a gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1966

a—ffi'i'i % The Deslt February 22, 1966 THE RAMBLER Page Threq Marl#, svice wed who « wis >r th ■ v-y.~y Amencai ; j| L>iden tabiishai* led this j for theiri h« votijj ago. it se -ost to that« re just rs laturjty. j | ever-ratti which act They i hreat of h rising.! s such a d today. America! not only] nvolved i. ev?r>i ■aduj jrity. as 2 need, secrainfi hat the is set-up i ige. which jld be a: to each in ones hen the) ! as desert lied the m the siiS •Id of coi on the M hy they 2 :i to i*o e. t answll to bea| ic opinio®1 e if eacti ould sk® and op matter,« ■d the® 1 m Wri$ ■ 0rii''1 plf. Hughes' Whale Hobby Captures Response from Far East Readers f. by Ted Moberg Rambler Staff Writer Dr. H Howard Hughes, chair- man of the division of languages and literature, recently received three letters from the Far East in response to an article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram of Jan. 27, 1966. The article about Dr. Hughes' collection of Moby Dick books was picked up by the Associated Pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1966

.. Mlfl I mm |g IV y fiw; & 'ti i Page Four THE R A MBIER Tuesday, February 22, Tl Mademoiselle Selects TWC Representative ' '' How can a college student gain practical experience in magazine publishing? Mademoiselle maga- zine has a unique program — its College Board — that enables women students to participate in the magazine's many activities. This year Texas Wesleyan College will be represented on the Mademoiselle College Board by Mary Irene Davis. ,.•< Mary, a junior art major from Fort Worth, is president of Kappa Pi, national art fraternity. She was recently elected Miss Publi- cations and is a member of the Press Club, reporter for Entre Amis and the junior'■class. She is currently dancing- in the spring musical, Guys and Dolls, and painting scenery for the show. Each College Board rnenw will have an opportunity to contribute to Mademoiselle and help the mag azine keep abreast of campus trends. College Board members re- 'port regularly to Mademoiselle on events a J th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1966

MMi Ronnie february 22, 1966 THE RAMBLER Page Fiva DLe Reef WcCor junior f ronn fa rpshmaa *• Ubuqupfqaj; frjji ?3 f Fort Wori " rjshrri: from Fs freshman W« imaiT&gi [Worth: pmore Ml ph. uncei Ileal looming jb> Iring ffflsi Ive ben & psists of J.lj Jarrel Eii I i-r. i i jell. I>n?tructed if ranced sa? hie crew J thor mem!® Lla fiartof |nake-up c and Cte? v is head a Doe Ho?? stage n® Danny ED HOT NEWS BULLETIN FLASH! Here is some gratifying news for all vou concerned students who protested, kicked, screamed, hoiter. tl, and fainted last semester when the trees were cut down to make way for the much-needed parking lot. The parking lot is being ripped ip and rplaced with horse-apple trees and rotten old cedars! Itfl . On the same subject? Remember how DIANE CONRAD want- ad tile "no response" protest in assembly last semester? Well — she fiMlly got it in this semester's pep rallies! Congratulations, Diane. |HLoc.\L TWC LOVELIES asked to enter the Miss Fort Worth compe! t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1966

w Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February' m Rams To End Basketball Seasoi Tonight Against Rugged-Housti V "Save the best for last." That well could be the motto of Texas Wesleyan's basketball team. Tonight the Rams close out-the 1965-66 campaign. And what a way to end the season! Powerful Uni- versity of Houston — easily the toughest foe on the Ram schedule — will provide the opposition for the season finale. The contest will be played at Jeppesen Gym on the University of Houston campus. Tip-off tins® will be 8:15 p.m. riding the crest of a 13-game win- ning streak. (2) Included in the list of Hous- ton victims are Texas A&M (cur- rently the Southwest Conference leader). Providence, TCI?, Tulsa and Miami of Florida. (3) Coach Guy Lewis' team al- ready has mauled two of the Rams' Big State Conference stablemates. The Cougars polished off St. Mary's, 109-53, and pushed aside Southwestern, 140-87,. J 4) Houston is led by Elvin The Rams, Coach Elmer Hane- "Hayes, a 6-8. 225-pounder ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1966

on on J m ONTRASTING CHARACTERS OF SARAH BROWN, the Save-A-Soul Mission girl, anH Adelaide, the nightclub sing- I be portrayed in this year's musical, Guys and Dolls. Sarah larj Harris and Adelaide is Joy Garrett. Seguin. E 39 4' Guys and Dolls' Company Primes For Opening Performance Mar. 10 •SfjjSB Guys and Dolls, musical Dolls are The sentimentally harrt- alxxjt ?he underworld of tin- boiled stories of several other of horn "amblers and sentimental the Times Square rogues, no- .Chonis-etri>: ■! New York's Times uoods. deadbeats and other fly- iighted theater- HTown pettifoggers firstsbe- m Now York for three ytj#rs, came known to the world through in London for It? months, in Chi- the render but hilarious stories capi tor 36 weeks, and in other about them by the" late Damon cities for .comparably long periods. Runyon. ' will -ppen at the fine arts audi- Among them are Nathan De- torium on the TWC campus March troit. harassed operator of the 10, a special perforrrtance for stu- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1966

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, Mar ,tfP -Parlnna Space Shortage Creates Small Car Dad Shortage of parking space has created a new "fad" among many car-owning students. The object oj the group seems to be packing as, many cars as possible in a parking lot. Volks- wagens have been parked in yellow strig^d triangles at the ends of parking lanes, larger cars have befn squeezed into small patches of space at the sides of the driving lanes, and a few cars have even been double-parked, blocking the exit for other legally parked vehicles. As a result of these selfish, thoughtless acts, cars are having difficulty "entering and leaving the parking nd at least one car has been sideswiped while the dri#r was trying to drive down a regular driving lane with a car parked over the ''DO NOT PARK" lettering and another parked op- posite on the shoulder of the already narrow lane. Who is to blame for this situation? Student officers are assigned the duty of patroling the lots and giving tickets for AN...

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