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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 23 February 1924

Academy THE WAR WHOOP u I'uui ism n wi i ki 11 i in siudlm liom or Mtmmt ton 10.12 Volume I Mill PI 11 Ab bAIUKIM 1 I IJKUAU 2 l'l.U NUM1J1 K 1 I A -i. SUL ROSS DEFEATED IN THE THIRD BASKETBALL CONTEST Playing two etrn fhe minute per Inds both teams fighting with n spirit that can only come from loc of n "chool or an Ideal the Indiins nosed out by a narrow unrein on Hie lobos in one of tho most thrilling bail etbill contests ever witnessed on a locil court last Prida night the score inn -21 to 20 Pajne the fust little Indian foi ward slatted the tans cheetliif by ringing a basket from near tin unto of (he court 1 his Mod luck seemed to hisc jlned that goil during tin balance of the half howesei toi the Kid Hoys fallal to rink uuotlui in tin entlio twenty minutes Hit lobos diopped the bill tlunuiji the hoop foi a total ot six points 11k hilt tndid with the score C to 1 When the whistle bliss foi the sec nnd half both abrogations Minted the battle in dead ennest but the Indians seemed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 23 February 1924

THE WAR WHOOP si ili nl I'iiIiIiiiiIii i nf Vi Vim a 111 ) I'nl lislnil In h SiiIiiiiIiiii Mm mini In III l nl nl hml II 1 1 Mi Mm in ( Dill tn hltti is in hnnoi iPionliil tvni Mluil If. McMurrj Colligc WHulj a place nl c ispcclilh detest the. toiiln n" whin mil tin vvinnitu of tin hull m Iio luckct wtie nil' education for .ill of us Sonu ol liouqucts at 0111 sihes hut hliuhln l Hi ul should not In iIhsliI or no- P irks could stutter' com si will learn mine than otheis "" ide i of a tnli.icli Is thai in othu Uitid It is tin uniltim of sonu LH m tould till students to his of- . . .... ... ill's should put out a hetti i 11 ipn Who ll IU lltlllS tO Will tlltlll IK l(' i isionil) hut tin) should hi win 1 I um M.imiii wcie a slss I'm inst mie take tin cast of Miss Pathenei Aliss Lemon Mils II u lis th in the Ai iiluti il l I (ss Minium I'iiliIi ili s ; jiln I I in Htm h tin on. I M 1 1 I I II In c. u.le I ithcice win Koo.l lookin MU Mr Stpe 11nl of p "k "m ' 7 WHY PAY MUKfc.7 SI I si III...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 23 February 1924

-k A "'BNv- r - Expression Deprr.-iLTCaJt lml Renders Program ()l '" UMI 1" u o ( ui" 1( i On liu (la ((iiiiu H S ficlml " I'"-" " '" n i 11 oi Hit n Hit. (olltM Mupil Mis lloii ''-I" "I tliLdn i mow head ol th( l'u lit Spt iltit I" tin sloin s mil Hie In I n in dtputnunt in ulc tl li i mil nt in '' ' lllL " ucl ( n I j in lunilili i ul k 1 1 mil A lu.a mil ippntiith i null u vm pi tic lit Ilium who iiimmiiI .1 "ltu -'1'1 '" ' " "lu llu tits in niton (lis. mil tpi lil LliV in "" "!ll muition In. tin t m ilt 1Imi ml t' lull in In w ikmss mil Mm in clem ll Hon "" 1'1 Hit pioi mi w ii iiuil in ill u 1 1( i Hum i on in llu hint th it ol silLttinn i uuln in tout lion Mill i ill toll .ini to u mil i nil st lilinl show ((I 1 l( llHMl til ll s OMl ill nmlud iliilit mil ( it t till li limn llowtwi (Ik dionls in mud Ik it Mis- I in ili III limit n inn wns Miltus hi nil oinltlpd limn Hit pin l un lliiin h in Whit mi it In Ih it s no in I tin moi slit mix pit f-illh 11 1(1 ll (l Mulittti h stnl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 23 February 1924

If It's New Minter Dry Goods Co. HAS IT IN ABILENE The New Spiing Huts New Silk Dresses New Checked Wool Di esses Smait New Suits New Spiing Wi.ips New Sweateis New Sknts All model ately pitted. Let Us Show You the Now Spurn SUles. JBtBWfPwiJpPlQPSpl We have in stock a complete line of track and baseball equipment. Come in and look it over. We also restring Tennis Rackets in 24 hours. BRADLEY & NEWMAN 1057 N. 2nd Street The Love Affairs of George Washington Reci ntly acquired regards of the days pf George Washington ind an ex- amination of lils carefully kepi ac- counts and diaries unfold j. leal heart Interest stoi Washington as a youn. man waa ery popular with the latles At six- teen lf had his reverses like most boys ol that aje foi he wiites of a 'Hint of the heait Incurable" Many times "Iter that he mentions a 'Taiie lnde' who had captured his ad- miiatlon foi the time You see Wnsb- 'nton round hlrabclf more at ease 1th the ladies than with men hc'i he was chosen to carry a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 1 March 1924

THE WAR WHOOP J PUBLISHED WEEKLY DY THE STU DKNT BODY OF McMUKRY COLLEGE Volume I. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 1 1!)24 NUMBER M. sU BASEBALL SEASON MANY TRY FOR PLACE ON NINE Willi the Windy Month of '24 u rc- "" ality ami chilly February with it's snow and slcct thrown back on the thelt lor another 365 days Baseball M.ason for McMurry College opens be- ginning today As football made way for basket bull so will the hoop game give in to game that has been supreme In the American sport world for so many e.ars. It is correctly called tho American national sport for since be- fore thu Civil. War it has been played. ana enjoyeu ny noin oiu ami young. and as long as the youngsters spiud their first-eained quarters for a glove. a bat or a ball it will always be a fav- oiite pastime. Baseball was first originated by the Knickerbocker club in New York in the year 1845. In tills first year a set of rules was drawn up which was vciy primitive when compared with the modern rules. However the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 1 March 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Slmli'iil I'ulilii nlmn of Mi Muni Colin)' . I'nhlislii il l.ilih SiiIiiiiIiii) Minnnii) bil llu Shah ill limit) of Mi Mini )l Colli tr. sit mill Class Mniliiii) l'imlii)i lllll il 01 M'list itii'i ion l'nii i I'll! Yi mi fl.HO Ollue I iisl J'lniu Administration Ituililiim. isoxxi.k .ii:aih')U r.ihtm in rimf .1 r. ci;iui:t tsw. iuixioi KOII1.HT VOUNC Hits Mm. STAI'I' l.iliniiii I'.ihloi l.i lii Mm' SI nun i Sin a III l.ililm Mnin 'I i 1 1 il II minimus I'.ililm I'iiiiii is llliiiin Simi Is I ihlm t'Unl Mi mini Cm iiliilion Minimal C. I! Onlt . iacuji'! Ai)huitv committi:i: Miss liilm l.ulni Miss Lulu .i ni- si mini It M MiiIIiii Tilinsls I ini Cinm Cull Ilishoji lliisiiiiMs Miiii.ik i 'il llu- Totem W Cilli'j stales that onlj about inn' lliinl ni the- Minimis hsie ii.iiil linn i'Iiki.imiik lee ill tliMt1 doll us '1 it nit'iiilii'is nt tin- fat nil) hae paid in tat . 'I In si' dues must hi- paiil it thi' annual mine nut lalilm TuiKi'i nidi's thai ewi oni' who piissihl) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 1 March 1924

X i Cast Announced Fo t'linnei ill tipsi(M Ilimtci.s (tiii"-ls. 't't Miitlu'Wh of Post weie the jines-ls U. (.1 Miss Join Bullock this week. Ciplnln ol Hie 'iiiuul Leo Tiul.et Iiit S.itiit la. .MIfs Tiaiicls Is a r V T Tj t O """ "" lllllllur hlUIKJIll III .Vie.VIUI I V. Upera lo oe (jiveti boon i ... mil y.lK. l'tiller .1. . IMiniinilsiin .Miss Milriteil Boian iiml .Miss Myr- oik on ii.ntoi. ' iioiii'.ni.in Cur took ren.nveil inlcic.i l.c-t veel when tho complete fast wns bulletined lm Mil) llli-l lilllC. . 11 i t. i .1 Ppfsnml llcssii! uoiin who was teeently op- The soloists iim (MriHM.lv muiIjii.k crauiiais (Hti(1 ()n m llin(1UltNi lmh ()fl their k.um eliaincleis u.i.l ..... .I..I..K ' ' (Ik-hosnt.l fo lu ho.no in Anson nmn things thai pmiiiise to iiiul.c ' . i . ... i . "-ill Sutnnl.i.v . their IntP'imlHll'iii Inti lin-- limn . Mc tte li ion anil Ve.u l.invlis have bolli n iL.tiiuitlc anil a i.iimliI si.uiil MtlM .. n Wil ()m(. . otinnel Horn thtir homes In Meikel point. The (Hp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 1 March 1924

Dainty New ring Footwear sP In New Colors Including: Airdale Log Cabin Brown Beige Grey Combinations Sport Styles Dressy Styles Satins Vici and Calf New Arrivals Almost Daily. Lower pri- ces are here. Dean McKeown Attends Educational Meeting Dean Bod M McKeown of Mc- Mmrj College loft Thursdaj night for Chicago to attend the meeting of the Dipaitmput of Supeilntendency which (oiiteneri (he 23id continuing throu;;h (ho 2Sth of this month Mr McKeown expected to join a gioup of public school superintendents and lepiesent- ithcb ot leus State Teachers Atso (lutluu goinf by special car lrom I'oit Woith It has been announced that the piincipal object or the meeting will .be tht discussion of "Kccent Aih- Ulruments and Next Toiwaid Steps In Public l'ducahon" The meeting will be atUmltd by biipciiuteudents of pub- lit schools iepicsentaties fiom col- li m'-. and Universities of the counti and eputs who have made bpiclal 'urrs and inapstigitions affecMiu cnnmunit scliool and college piob- ! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 8 March 1924

THE WAR WHOOP J- I'UUMSHKD WKHKDY B '1HP STU DL.M BODY 01' MrMUHU COM 101! Volume I Ann i;n h:as sAiunrm maiu h s ii.'t M Mill K 1C Barnyard Golf Tour- nament Nearing Finals The cling ' clinj' that can be heard all hours of the day oer at Hunt Hall reminds the passerby that the big mid season horseshoe tournn ment at McMurry is in lull swing Ihe extreme interest In this old fash t ion hUiie of bain jnid golf is imn-' ifested by the fact that the contestants are on the courts in the caily inornim houis even before the sun is up at noonday there is scircely standing room for spectatois and in the twi light period of the evening the cliiu of the cold steel striking the iron stakes can still be heard Somet hum the boys hae to stiike matches to ste which shoe is neatest the post Horseshoe pitching turnishes n do- lihhllul toim of recreation It ii lull of thrills and Mirprifces An uiupi(t ed linger in a pinch sends Hi" same Rcnsatlon through one's anatoim as a homerun does when the base n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 8 March 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP RHI) HARDEN ; i'ii' i: o Hunt Hill i m ml w ilk his In n -imi ' Ihis is one who is forcer oit and foi i nuntltu of jrais lie ul urn mil ti tin i itlliii IIrsi u ill s insT out ol coi ythiiiK1 Her pencil of this sc tlon of the Home I tononil' s Slmluil I'lilliuilinii nf hlmni tt(L llaiu () Ull C(lu(n(nt r his just lictn lost her init n department of ( lilt ifo Unlni'lU s 1 III If tit . . ... . . . i i.i i.i. .11 ... 1 . .. nl. ...ln ..nine.1) lu... . .1 I.. . .. . - i. mill Inn I lilt. SUKKIIIS HOI Olll IOI Illtlllll) I illi Ull .11 IIUIIIU III ...il biiu use juun .tiiuiiu in.ii; uu iv-m I '1 hp . n itliu whin it 1 ilmost liiipossilih slit loultln t tt the lesson nui -xhoiM looS istoi .md fit tlon J H.mi$Ji I! U bci ShOD n.il.lnl l I tit I nhnihlil MniiillHI hll . . . .... .. . ... . . .. i.. . 1 Otllil """u ouup ' V ; "' '" '""" "Ml "" " ' M jours i"iniu .ui ..... AI1 Utlljltr N emplociUi tht lvrl th sh..m l.ttttl l Iiimii (tll ()Mx ls w MU (J1IU lu lftw hnl.plns-oi ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 8 March 1924

X 1 v T Sans Souci Glee To Appear Monday Night Aj Inn b-'i'ii nnuounietl In the col iitims of this periodical the Hans Sou el Glte Club ol Abilene will appeal here nct Monday evening at 8 o'clock Although this organlntton could not be chvsstd as provisional its pro plains are of such merit that II could well be placed in these lanUs It is an orKaniatiou consisting ol some of Hie best sIhkIhk talent ot the three ollej;ei high school and clt ol Abl lene and the pi opiums rendertd in past pel loi mantes woiu ol such qual Ity that the won tor the club a se cine place In the hints ol Ablline Music loeis A part of the proceeds will go to ward buying a stani curtain toi the college staje and it is hoped that the Rtudent bod will .ill be piesent to en jo (his rlminiim. pituinm 'the con cert Is sponsoitd by Miss Gps 'led Sullivan and the Ulre and Choral Clubs of McMuny Tin projsi 1111 is as follows Kaiavan II n tlw ft Sans Somi Glee Hose ot M Heai t lulu Ldgar Can- non The Norsemen ( u l San...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 8 March 1924

Dainty New Spring Footwear In New Colors Including: Airdale Log Cabin Brown Beige Grey Combinations Sport Styles Dressy Styles Satins Vici and Calf New Arrivals Almost Daily. Lower pri- ces are here. Volunteer Band Reports Good Work Personals. o .Miss Fnye Crnlw; was Moikcl last Monday. Miss Chrsltopher Instructed her pu- pils to heat some hot water. a visitor In The program of the Life Service Volunteer Band March 5 1924 was In- structive and interesting. The ques- tion box conducted by Mr. Killiam was the principle feature of the hour. The "Character of a Methodist" was given by Miss Warren. Other mem- bers followed and In conclusion a round table discussion on membership was held. The program committee is planning to' enlarge the scope of the programs. Special services at opportune places in the city and surrounding community are to be held. Mrs. Krye states that she challenges all coiners for tennis matches. She heat Alice Slither last week and states that any person who aspires...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 March 1924

THE WAR WHOOP PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STU DENT DODY OF McMUItRY COLLEGE Volume I. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH 15 1!)24 A VOLUME l(i ' LOCAL PASTOR ADDRESSES MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Rev. L. N. Stuckcy pastor (if St. Paul's Methodist church gnve a very interesting anil spiritual talk before the Life Service Band of McMurry College at the- ftrcgular weekly meet- ing Wednesday March 12. His visit had been anticipated with pleasure and he did not bring a dlsappoin'- ment but a true Inspiration to . 11 present. In beginning his talk Mr. Stuchey greeted the young people as lell.iw-workers.- He recalled his participa- tion in the same kind of an associa- tion during his college career ami h- wlshed for the opportunity wi.icli these volunteers now enjoy. He n- ttnued but with no definite poim of greatest interest. He mentioned : eral different things which wen- of benefit to the listeners. One of his points was that the n.iv.- lngs should partake of a deep spiri'ua! nature that its members...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 March 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP W mli nl fiihlniilimi iif Mi U in i ii CitlUili. fnhlishcil I'.mh SUilmilu i Moiiiinu h)i lln si mli nl llmlii nf Mi Mm i ii Colli in: sii'iml class Mmliiiti 'uuif's lHilnil I'm. SI llsi Itll'l ION l'ltll i I'l it Yi u ? 1 10 Oliiie Knst riom AdiiiliiMiaUnn UtlililillK lUlN.N'HK MI:MK)! l.ilitm in Chiif .1 i' (iuii-i-rr .ssi. r.ihiui s'l AIT ill nun l.ililm l.'l'i Mnr s'AiiitiM Sum hi I'.ililui '"" Vim lliiininmis 1'ililm I minis III inn Simils I dili i Clml MiiiiIui I in iilnlimi Miimnii i C II OtlUs I(VI.T AHMSOKY COMMITTIM: 1iss I tilut l.ttl.u Wiss l.oln Ann si i mm It M Mi illijl. 'Iiiliists I'iiiii Cimil C(tl llislmii Do miii lonlio Unit linal euiuts I'm the siiuiiil leiin in e only ten days .ia ' In jnsl ten days iinu week anil Unci' dni. wo will Know whelhei all Iho past thiee months hno boon wast nl ami will haw to In- none nwi .iMiin " ' w'" lllu' lll'l "edit Inwaul mil lonntil tin demon Vi ilu mil lit lieu- tlmi' li nnwme in Mi Minn wlio laiinul pass ut li'i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 March 1924

X 1 kkfm:tion x. niiauxj Holiuin' II I don't quit nvnlni; I'm koIiik to haw lliu Inside ol my face lathered Instead ol the outside The very time a feller cm net his ery best nap he has to trawl out of bed nnd shave Whuts the use ot so much of It anyway' Anybody with un bialns nt nil Knows that theie is ab Holutely no use ot a man's luniiiK to ahae every moininK Just n waste of time soap and razor blades and be sides that It taUes the patience ol Job to go through the ordeal with a blade as dull as this one without cussIiik a little Abraham and those old bos must have had a prett e.is time anyn never had to shae ot wony about whethei that new bubci nit tlulr hair Just rltflit 01 not Iipcuiiho the dtdnt base am bubeis I imnn That mn hae been the leason the lled so long Keculat shniiiK isn't such a tir rlble old eustotn ana must hue been dis(oered about the time Ainei ka was toi the plttuies of men be fore then look liUe the oiiMnal ueet saw a razor Wondir how the Indians slimed' I new...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 15 March 1924

Personals. That New Suit For Spring is here. You naturally want to spend your money for a suit of correct style good quality and a "becoming" suit Then let us show you our new HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS Suits that 3'ou know are right from every an- p;le. The new spring line is ready. Priced $25.00 to $55.00 Good Clothes Specialists Miss Alice Suther continues to take short trips to Albany N. Y. We can- not Imagine the attraction. Lillian Park week-ended with her parents in Knox City. Miss Nora Lee Mayhew violin teacher has been at her home in Ilalrd. Opal Burford enjoys going to Ovalo at times. She was there this week. Margaret Worthy was in Roscoe Sunday and Monday. Miss Olive Newby was at Hunt Hall fur a few days this week. The illness of Miss Newby' mother prevents her finishing the term. Mr. and Mrs. Bullock of Post have been visiting their daughter Jean. Mrs. Neil was the guest of her Bon Irwin Monday. Miss Clifford Fry enjoyed a week- end in Anson at the home of Miss Jani...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 22 March 1924

THE WAR WHOOP PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENT BODY OP McMURRY COLLEGE Volume I. ADILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 22 1924 NUMBER 17. " WORLD RENOWNED HARPIST APPEARED HERE LAST WEEK Playing to n house literally filled with Abilene music lovers Alberto SalvhjWorld famous hnrplat held the rttpt attention from beginning to end of his concert here last Saturday night at the First Baptist Church Aud- itorium Ho looked more like a beautiful boy than a world renowned harpist for our imagination could not conceive of one so youthful looking being so fam- ous. The idea of him being a novice was forever dispelled when once lie touched the strings of his golden harp. He made music that more words are unable to describe weird or brilliant soothing or wild then dying away a.' softly as gentle zephyrs. The audience represented various musical tastes but all were of a sin- gle thought if Judged by the wild long- sustained applause which each num- ber drew. In his concerts Salvi has accom- plished what ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 22 March 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Mmh'iil I'liblliution umcMunil Colli lie. fiiblishril Haih HntmihiM Moniinil bn much to see this patticulnr tradition established In McMurry. Of course it Is up to the women whether they wish to publish an Issue In their own name. Sometime soon the matter will be brought before the student body Sam: Yes mum ur plainly.' he doesn't write Pathetic "Yes he was driven to the ltrib pool man " Mnril Iinll: "Sure ho was: did voil ti nwii 11 iimiu o M'Mtnnn cii!n. the coe(ls wlI1 b0 Rhen tlie I)rhUege IM)0U hllll t0 wnlkr K mitl rfss MtiilHiii I'linli'ilis AmilUil I'm. Si'iistuiiMioN Pkk i Pi it Yi vu (Wire ?l.r Klrsf rinoi Administration UtiildinK. noNNi:it mi:auok j. k. duii.urr itonnitT YoiiNti VMUn ill Chhf litis. Mill. STAFF I ill hiiii lUlilm l.i In Sin a In lUlilm llliniuions lUlilm .Smlfs l.lllllll ('in illation Mmuniu Mnc Shiiiui i Minn Trill) I i iiiii i s lllmiit ( tin I. Mniiloi ('. II. OuUs PAi'i ln AimsouY coMMirrni: lis Joint l.nl.ii Wlss Loin Aim- si i mm I! M ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 22 March 1924

T A (College (Clippings u-kis maki: iooi wivi:s sa r.xi'rins Mr. Holden taught Hducation 12 J. Joan: Mi Holden I think ttu us dfitv don't ou' Mi. Holden: Whv ' then to find students In teachers'col- do cav h woikliig their way through pfhool or earning the money which thev aie spending in school. The col- Tnc college girl s makei and mothei was discussed at the Furmers' .ind Honicnuikers' shoit course in session at the University Farni by Martli.i Van Rensseliei hpnd of the school of Home Econom- ics at Cornell Univeisity and Mis Mary Schenk Woolnun of Boston textile expert. They argue that '-he Is eminently fitted for the position "A college Kill can spend hoi hus- band s money more Intel liKcntl than one who is not college bud" slid Miss Van Hensselaei. "This Is as much of a job as earning it College tSiils leatn this fact bctaii'-e the han taken couises in pollUtal silence and economics " Mrs. Wool nun speaking on the same subject H.ild '"I lie college pill has a stupendous advan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 22 March 1924

U- That New Suit For Spring is here. You naturally want to 3pend your money for a suit of correct style good quality and a "becoming" suit Then let us show you our new HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS 3uits that you know are right from every an- O. F. G. T. Hold Second Party Th Hi dv. e new snrmof r-ne is leac Priced $25.00 to $55.00 Good Clothes Specialists We welcome all Students and the Faculty of McMurry College PERRY-JONES COMPANY Kvtr.vlhiiitf to Wear for Women Young Mens one and two pant Suits $30.00 Up -New-shipment of collar-attached Shirts for the young men $2.00 to $3.50 MISFIT CLOTHING CO. 1216 Viw Street BARROW FURNITURE CO. 2300 Square feel of floor space. Better goods r . i .ss money. :i:W-!M0 Pine St. Phono 32 AT LAST- Coiioge Embossed Stationery and Bells They have come. McMURRY BOOK STORE llKAlHirAKTKKS KOU W. K. Douglas Shoes Complete line of Men's Furnishings and (ienernl Dr (.'otitis (letter (JtMitls for Lets Money. NKW YORK STORIC SOUTH SI OK BICKFOUIVS Tun I'li...

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