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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 October 1950

U Llh ar oop Volume XXVm. McMurry College Abilene Texaa Friday October 27 1950. Number 7 TK. Council Officially Opens Sadie Hawkins Week Monday Gals get yore mm! That week la here again! "By the authority vested in the Student Council I Joe Harrison student president do officially de- clare Sadie Hawkins week to be in session beginning Monday morning at 8 a.m. and continuing until Saturday night at 12 p.m." From dawn to dark for six days the woman pays the bill opens the doors carries the books rocks the windows . . . it's a typical Sadie Hawkins week. Each year the student council declares a Sadie Hawkins week on the McMurry campus. Usually the week is launched with a party. However due to the crowded cal- endar Harrison says that it Is Impossible this year to sponsor a party. Timidity modesty and shyness Is strictly out of order this week girls. All you got to do is ask him and chances are he will accept. The success of the week depends on the Reservation maidens. The braves have ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 October 1950

Page 2 The War Whoop Friday October 27 1950 Bfiiiat HPP H HP H LEADING YKI.KS AT THK HOMKCOMINO bonfire arc cheer leaders R. L. Kirk Eddie Hill and Sonny Ehrlc. (Photo by Morrison-Birdwell ) Hill Adds New Attractions To Pep Rallies in Two Years "Have you got that spirit?" "Amen" answer the three cheer leaders At least you better have or don't try to lead yells they add emphatically. Eddie Hill junior from Amarillo is beginning his second year as head cheer-leader. R. U Kirk Per- ryton Junior is also beginning his second year as assistant. New- comer to the trio is Sonny Ehrlc sophomore from Stephenville. Pep rallies have gained a new meaning since Hill took over the job two years ago. Added attrac- tions such as specialty numbers satisfied P ! Courteous Service S J i McMurry Barber Shop ! ! 2246 So. 14th St. ! ! mm uul BIG CHIEF CAFE STUDENT LUNCHES : ::: STEAKS SANDWICHES : : The Best Food in Town ; : 1407 Sayles :i MHiiHffcVViiLB? mill Ml mm WmmsUjfJSfttf&mk mill apnft II Uilt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 October 1950

I portd ZJi All "good Injuns" will have dis- carded their mourning garments before tomorrow night (or at that time our football team hai an- other important game out at Pair Park stadium. This week it's the Austin College Kangaroos who sport a dllly of a passing Attack and could easily make the Brave uncomfortable In his own Teepee. I'll stick with the Indians though by a 6-polnt margin. True the Indians will be fighting to avoid the Texas Conference cel- lar spot but no team can be tops on the totem pole forever. Notre Dame proved that. The hardest team to beat Is a team's own stu- dent body so let's support our Indians tomorrow night. While the fad Is to forget I'd like to remember a few things bout last week's game. It seems that Tat Patterson who kicked both his conversion attempts against ACT Is cresting quite a reputation for himself In that department. Rig Pat has record- ed 8 extra points of 9 tries this season. Ills only failure came on a blocked placement at Texas A&I....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 October 1950

Sow Kin? u U TZeipt ' "Like every dog has his day so every king has his reign." McMurry has had its reign in the Texas Conference for three years. Two of those have been outright domination. One was shared. This year McMurry seems destined to be dethroned and let another team of eleven wear the crown in Texas Con- ference competition. Following the defeat Saturday night by cross-town rivals Abilene Christian there was some remorse but no actual bitterness. All the students seemed to realize that McMurry's continuous victories in the conference had stopped temporarily. As the older elders in the "so-be-it" corner would say "Amen." Victories would not be enjoyable or even half-way right if there were not defeat. Naturally after a three year winning streak a loss is rather hard to accept especially at homecoming from twenty-year rivals. The Indian gridmen played a good game but the Abilene Christian Wildcats played a better one and wbn. School spirit and enthusiasm literally sizzled th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 October 1950

Socuxt glut StentU 200 S -IH&H&en The neven social clubs of Mc- Murry entertained approximately 200 cxch during Homecoming; with dinners and receptions. Kappa Phi Kappa Phi met with their exes In the Radford Student Life Cen- ter. Miniature club emblems were given each ex as favors and club colors were used throughout. Pam Sanderson president of the exes gave the Invocation. The exes were welcomed by Betty Sander- son president. Mrs. Davis Edcns was elected president of the exes for the following year. Exes attending were M m e a . William .T Pieraon Davis Edcns Doyle Ragle William O. Spradltng Walter Cypert William McReyn- olds J. C. Timmons Frank L. Turner Prank Mitchell Misses Louise Spelglcmlre Pam Sander- son Marjorle Lowory Viol All- red Ltlltc Riethmaycr and Frances Bigony. Members attending were Joanne Akcns Mildred Doyle Peggy Bo- dinc Sue Danley Pat Miller La Verne Reese Doris Johnson Nancy Jean Llndscy Betty Sanderson and MIrs Vernle Newman sponsor. Pledges Doroth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 October 1950

Pff 6 The War Whoop Friday October 27 1950 WINNER OF THE FLOAT CONTEST in the Homecoming Parade was TIP. Student council awarded a $10 prize to the club. (Photo by Morrison-Birdwell) TIP WSns Float Prize In Homecoming Parade TIP float in the Homecoming pa- rade was named winner and award- ed a $10 prise by the Student Coun- cil in the float contest reports Joe Harrison president. The Abilene Christian College Band led the parade which Included cars and floats from 13 different organisations. Those entered were Drama Club Forum Gamma Sigma Vttmm Club Wall Wahtaysee Delta Beta Epsllon Klva Stu- dent Council IIIR sophomore freshman and Junior clauses. The Indian Band concluded the parade which went through down- town Abilene. Members of the freshman class donned traditional Psychologist Speaks to Studes Approximately 200 students and townspeople heard Dr. Philip Law- rence Harriman psychologist from Buckncll University last Tuesday In Radford Auditorium. Dr. Harriman holds a B.A. and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 November 1950

u ar Volume XXVIII. McMurry College Abilene Texas FridayWovcmbcr 3 195o" Number 8 Tke LmooD f DILIGENTLY PRKPARINO FOR M1D-SKMESTKK exams which begin Monday are R. L. Kirk and Sabine Hendrickaon. These two are only typical of the many who found the library "the place" this week. (Photo by Morrison-Birdwell) Mid-Semester Exams To Begin Monday Just one woek-end remaining to cram for that biology get that term paper finished and read that English novel for Monday morn- ing at 9 mid-semester exams begin. The exams will continue through Thursday noon reports Jerome Vannoy registrar. Regular class periods will be used for examina- tions he added. Schedule for the exams follows: Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. 9 8 8 9 11 10 1 11 SIS Examination time for other class periods which are not listed will be arranged by the individual instruc- tor he said. Reports of mid-semester grades are usually sent out a week fol- ' owing the conclusion of the exam period reported the office. Veterans and married stu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 November 1950

Prrc 2 Tlic War Whoop Kii(H NowmltiM' I?. Wr(. '' X Hk y HFBkUgBAMMMW' 4T jf' tW EH P w "" m AHMog IrlHfe NOW 'FLOl' YOli MAY LOOK MKK YOU IIAVK two heads but even though it is Sadie Hawkins week we know better. You've still got to choose between "steady" Barbara Sublett or her room-mate Amelia Quast. (Photo by Morrison-Birdwell) alien Wait tor Ring of Phone During Sadie Hawkins Week Despite the l.ii'k of an nll-iollege Sadie Hawkins festivity the cam- pus women .seemed to have carried on the week successfully! Reservation men waited beside the telephone. Imping foi it to ring slipped timidly to the door.s which weie opened by women and liif.it hod i sigh of telief when the jiils picked up the check. Speaking of checks Klaiue Ih- liell found Unit the circus isn't the most economical place to lake ii date However in the absence of one of her best friends mill e student Wuiulii (iiillehon hIic spent Vfi.00 on the friend's buy friend llollls Itohison. (con- fusin' ain't it?). Double-da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 November 1950

Page 3 SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Friday November 3 1950. Freshmen Juniors Tie for Tourney Lead The second round of play for men's Intramural touch-pass foot- ball began Wednesday and con- tinues through next week. Sched- ules are posted In Gold Star dorm and the Administration building. The complete schedule consists of a double round-robin. Under this system each participating team plays each other team twice. Monday's games were postponed because of a wet field. The post- poned games Sophomores vs. the Freshmen and the Forum vs. the Juniors arc to be played today. Tuesday saw the Freshmen who are tied with the Juniors for league leadership beaten by the close trailing IHR. Bobby Carter Bill Indians to HP Yellow McMurry may have their hands full when they run against the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets in Brownwood next Saturday. The Indians have been sharpen- ing their passing defense this week in daily workouts. Their running attack has been picking up speed during the week as well as the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 November 1950

Page 4 7w 76tf -fo Ofo Student and 'Ptof What say wc economize? Now Mom and Pop have said that for years but probably the students have heard that very little around the Reserva- tion. It's not a new idea but how about it? There arc four dormitories with gobs of electric lights heaters and running water. There arc also innumerable class- rooms all of which have lights and heating facilities. Now this shall be not only a student project but include the faculty as well. Of course the first move of the campaign will be the dormi- tories for students arc naturally more careless than professors (some anyway). When a student leaves his room turn the light off and check the water faucets so as not to leave a light burning or water dripping. It's a trivial matter individually. But collectively it amounts to quite a sum of money. Next take the profs and class-rooms. There are lights left burning in class-rooms same as in dorms. In the winter many times the heaters go full-blast while the win...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 November 1950

Page 5 SOCIETY llu WA1! WHOOP Fnilin NouMiiboi 3 1W)0 Wah Wohtoysee to Hold Banquet at Drake Hotel l ml iht i i 1 1 w II 1 1 1 Up I II I ( II M i i ill in Kill Hi iKi ii tin W II 1 1 s si I In is i llllili ill till 111 w iutlit lot I II ll ll llllllll t I h I I ii ll In llt t Is s hi liilul Ml ill it T (i with I nith 1 Ml I t I pii si I nt tin suh 1L Mis I i i i ni II )ii sidi nl it In iis w 11 I 1 1 1 ml tin im nt In III ills in. nl Miss illn Mi (luistoplnt si ins ii who is Hit I . i luiii ifi im 1 1 iif. Miss 1 1 i n win i will si i is spon- i in n ill qui t Hi ' ( p V 'S s plnnnuiL tin Inn m mi 1 ils M llu li i 1 m l! Uittv Ml sti i i s V il Mils Gi i i M W Ii ill l PI i i nils 1 ulni i Puis R. L SPRADLEY roon ikki.t Phono 2-00S2 22 2 So 11th SI J : o"v" i 4-"O"i0 1 r?-c5'j 5 ROOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS (n i luu ( mil'' Moniiiininuis y Abilene Rook Store Iin jimii tin hhphom Offiu S .( ( I'lioni lUK k r4! L---5 i.0iJ3 CsO-'S fvS.CV giiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiimiiimiawmmiiiaiiig JOLLY CLEAN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 November 1950

Pff 6 The War Whoop Friday November 3 1950. aT Speech Department Showing Movies Presenting Plays The speech department Is at- tempting to carry on nn aetlve pro- gram that will Include some pleas- ant hours for everyone on the cam- pus according to Bill Adams head of the speech department. The main Interest being In the major produc- tions of the year. These plays Include five Intensive weeks of rehearsals and compli- cated sets that have to he planned drawn up on a ground plan and built. CnntumrM have t be designed fitted and ready for drew rc- hcarnal a week In advance of the production. Picture for pub- licity ticket programs seating lighting and sound are Just a fow of the problems Involved. To give you an Idea there will be 40 to 45 people doing intensive work to have the next show "The Convenient Credit Terms No Extra Cost QmSouAdA AaSmr 382 Pine Phone 4900 THE WORLDS I FASTEST PORTABLE TYPEWRITER! THE ALL-NEW 1950 I Smith CoromJ NOW AT Abilene typewriter Exchange 17 INortli 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 November 1950

" ! Religious Emphasis Week Annual Rnltrinim Rmnhnala Wnuli thn anolnl hall nt k. -- ....i.. ...j ... .... .... - Annual Religious Emnhasts Week will begin Monday morning when the Rev. Eugene Slater pastor of the Amnrtllo Polk Street Meth- odist church gives the first of nine lectures. Morning services will he held Monday through Friday In the Student Center auditorium. Eve- ning services will be conducted In THE REV. EUGENE SLATER Religious EmphasW Speaker No Movie Next Week; '48 Olympics Slated for Showing Regular Tuesday night movie sponsored by the Film Society will not be shown next week due to Religious Emphasis services. The schedule of showings for the rest of the semester is as follows: November 21 "Stairway to Heaven." November 28 "My Man God- frey." December 4 "The Seventh Veil." December 11 "The Grapes of Wrath." December 18 Open. January 2 Open. The department of athletics and the Film Society combined are planning to show a technicolor film of the 1948 Olympics. A defi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 November 1950

The War Whoop Friday November 10 1950. Page 2 II HISTORICAL LAND MARK OF Till. KKS1.KV ATION es- iwcially to former and present residents of President hall is shown in the "removing stage." The fire escape located on the north wing of President hall had been in the shaking stage for years. Though seldom used officially for tires it has been considered one of the most traveled paths on the campus! The maintenance crew is shown removing the fire escape. English Workshop Meets Here Tomorrow Dr. Clifton Mnlone of Hardin- Slmmnns university chairman of the District Seven English work- shop that meets at McMutry col- lege tomorrow has named Miss Julia Luker McMurry English de- partment head loeal arrangements chairman. The purpose of the workshop is to coordinate the touching of Eng- lish with Texas State Teachers' Association English division. In- cluded will I high school and col- lege teachers of District Seven or tho Oil Belt District. Dr. Autrey Nell Wiley head of Texas State College...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 November 1950

Tribe to Battle H P C Yellow Jackets Tomorrow Page 3 SPORTS The WAR WHOOP Friday November 10 1950. BERNARD WKKMS McMurry Tackle "BOXIK" WKKMS is the fish gridman noted for his fumble recoveries. Though never list- ed as an official starter he has played regular practically all season. PREDICTIONS JOHN POLK TAKES WEEKS DOLLAR The winner of this week's green- back Is John Polk who picked 16 of 20 games correctly. He came closer to more of the games than did Edgar Payne who also pre- dicted 16 of the 20 games correctly. This week only a very few pre- dicted SMU to lose to Texas Cor- nell to lose to Columbia or Ala- bama to take Georgia. Nearly everyone picked Army to beat Penn Oklahoma to run over Colo- rado Kentucky to smash Florida Rice to slip by Tech Notre Dame to sink Navy and ACC to pull one out of the hat and beat Texas A&I. Here are twenty more games around the country. Pick the win- ner clip and hand in your predic- tions by 10 tomorrow morning. McMurry-Howard Payne .... S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 November 1950

Page 4 Vue 7Uxt TVtct How much coffee do you plan to drink next week during Religious Emphasis Week? Morning attendance is compulsory so perhaps it won't be too much. And that's good. Classes are being cut short to provide time for the speaker also all other assembly programs will be devoted to the religious week. There's really no extra time to drink all that coffee. It's just the same as a regular week as TTS class periods have been shortened to give time to the speaker. Now that's the morning attendance. The evening services are not required. There is nothing at all compelling about these four addresses. It's purely an individual matter. It's strange though how those things happen. After you hear several speeches you feel like you would like to hear the rest of them. The Student Council of Religious Activities planned the program invited the speaker not for themselves but for the general student body. It's rather evident that the council members are active religious leaders. Ther...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 November 1950

sV91gMHHBKBBBBBuVBBBBHlMS PwU fj Mnrrlwn-llirducll fflR NKOPIIYTKS HAKTSILL KVERETT and SAM BURNS are seen by the Red Rooster club symbol which mysteriously appeared tied to the bookstore last week. Future Teachers Initiate New Members at Banquet Nineteen pledges were installed at the fall banquet of the Future Teachers of America held In the west lounge of the Iris Graham Memorial dlninp hall Monday night. Immediately following the ban- quet the candle-light initiation cer- emonies were held with Florence Blansit president presiding. Nine- teen members took the pledge. They were: Lanelle Easter Wlnelle Bowers Reba Farmer Jimmy AVVW' 1 8 Portable & Office Typewriters bales service Rentals R. E. KUYKENDALL 8 183 Cedar Street Phone 5550 1 JOLLY CLEANERS Across the Street from the Campus 2234 South 14th Phone 8329 I WnnjitWI RWNWnu RIIIHntl twf I Wftttfl I U I wvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvW : MATHEWS PRINTING CO. Printers . . . Stationers ; f 12901 Butternut Telephone 9731 French Betty Lynn G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 November 1950

The War Whoop Friday November 10 1950. Pje6 II Exchange ' At North Texas Stitc College the basketball coach wanted a de- sign on the gym floor to enllxen the looks of the floor An nrt stu- dent designed two eagles sitting on a basketball The design Is In- side the (enter jump circle The eagles facing north and south are painted with different shades of green At Texas Western College in El Taso the students arc complaintng because while student spirit was soaring and enthusiasm reaching nn all-time high nnny of those In the position of impirtlng knowl- edge were suppressing the spirit by giving quizzes the diy befoic a trip to a footbnll gime or the day they returned to take a nice thick quiz The Yellow Jacket from Brown- wood gives us sonic good new s It's only -16 days until Chrlstmns. THE WORLDS FASTEST PORTABLE TYPEWRITER THE ALL-NEW 1950 Smith Corom Abilene Typewriter Exchange 017 Norlh 2ml I'liniu! 7167 yzer'Grss c"s"5 cccvaj V J. K. Fin nut 5 I FIELDERDILUNGHAM LUMBER COMPANY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 November 1950

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 November 1950

The War Whoop Friday November 17 1950. Page 2 Spttch Students Attend Festival Rarbara Douglass Homer Bridges and James Plumlec accompanied by Mrs. Kdlth Gffm.es speech fnc- ulty attended a Poetry Kostlval lit Baylor University in Waco last week-end. Ten colleges participated with 2t student!) as delegates. There were eight critics. No judging for places was held but after each reading hour the critic Judge for that hour Rave each Rrnip most constructive and In- terestliiR criticism nccordinR to Mrs. Grimes. The group returned to the cam- pus Saturday. Final Pep Rally Held on Steps of Student Center Special privileges were granted women dormitory residents Thurs- day night to attend the 10 p.m. pep rally led by Eddie Hill head cheer-leader. The final rally of the year was held on the steps of the Student Life Center. Hill was aided by assistants Sonny Khrle and R. L Kirk. wivufnainmmaTjrmiJUiJBl RUSSEYS s Printing Company j South Second at Elm Piionk 4722 wtmvmmmmaMJMmmA MILK ICE CRE...

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