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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 November 1955

■minimmmmmm vSiiUv •0 TWff RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students )IUME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22, 1956 No. II. lellah To Represent School t NASM Nov. 2$, 26 a Bellah Chairman, zona, and Barrett Stout, Louisiana W< ,n of Fine Arts, Texas Wes- ¥ College, will represent the I in the thirty-first annual ng of the National Associa- f Schools of Music. The s this year will be held at < Cferson Hotel in St. Louis, uri, on Friday and Saturday, ng Thanksgiving Day. Tex- islevan College has been a lber of the NASM since ren- tier 2-1, 1050. tuniied in 1924 by a small ip- of leading schools for the ... of establishing higher oh-- ves in music education, the jiatlon has since grown until [now includes 225 of the lead- uriiVersities, colleges and con- ,-atories in this country. Many Uhe nation's fo$most mulic ed- itors will be in attendance. first general session will be eneci by NASM President, Har- Kcller, New England Conser- |i y. On Friday afternoon the .^ates will attend a concert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 November 1955

L.', PAGE 2 THE RAMBLER N Ovi \ *76e fiieate&t tycft little Man on Campus by Dick Bibfer LITERATURE LIBRARY U Bv iikniu caijioin cf: )lir. try? Ail, we hear Is What's tho but one v/ord The great Will Rogers or 'What's the matter with the after with the world? There wrong with every pne of us in the worid, and that s selfishness." On this great day of Thanksgiving, perhaps, we should be thankful for the most unselfish gift ever qiven "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have evenasting life, tied " loved us so much that he allowed the most perfect lite that was ever lived to be sacrificed for our sins, feod gave his only begotten son to be persecuted and crucified on the cross in order that we might have everlasting life. Let us be thankful that as each day is born we may also give our lives unselfishly to some part of God s will for us. Let us be thankful for the opportunity whether as clergy or la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 November 1955

n—■fiiiiigii'i i m1 mmtm Niwember 22, 195$ THE RAMBLER PAGF. 3 Puts Emphasis 'Mozart's Music' ission Week ■r the w< vk of November 28 ! I>,'CfiriN'r 2 jh.< Baptist Union i placing special | s on missions This emph-1 be carried out In Morning which is held T.uewUty () ,l:t> at 7:30 a. m. m the kf Paly Baptist Youth Cent- ral guests h<r the morning mill Ik' Dale Adams, home jry in Washington State; {.Levy, student at Southwest- Iptist Theological Seminary Jamaica, Emily Turanshy, at SWBTS from Ontario, and Frank Brounds, Jr., Bary to Italy. Sal feature of the week will Missions Rally on Tuesday ^November 29, at «00 p. m. j Poly Baptist Youth Center. twho corac will be encount- rith the question, "WHO? Highlights of the rally will presence of such outstand- p-sonalities as Howard Bram- ^ssociate director of the Stu- I department of the Baptist1 Bl Convention of Texas, and is Bryan, missionary, home ■lough from Costa Rico. Also ed will be Greta Davis, stu- ,t TCt? who did...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 November 1955

r— ' PAGE 4 THE RAMBLER ' * Sports In Brief Bv J.V.MKS WIGOI.NS Table Tennis, V'Ball Matches Scheduled Girls' table tennis and volley- ball intramurals get underway as games are scheduled. In the table tennis tournament the senior class has nine entries, juniors have three entries, and the fish and sophs h-ive tive entries each. The pairings for the first round to be played by November 30 are: l^'Kgy Martin, senior, vs. Peggy Caraway, junior; Dortha BlafV, senior, vs. Carol Sue Turpin, soph- omore; Nan Mann, senior, vs. I gillie Belle Wilson, freshman; Lois Reed, senior, vs. Janet Dotson, sophomore; Betty Wood, sopho- more, vs. Myra Herring, freshman; Evyonne Andrews" senior, vs. Clora Dean Sutton, freshman. These drew byes in the first round, freshmen, Marian Parrish, Virginia Hailey; sophomores, Sue Miles, Jessie Horton; juniors, Lil- lian Novosad, Larea Johnston; sen- iors, Norma Sue Griffjn, Joyce Norman, Patsy Hicks, and Theta May. One of the scheduled^oUeyball games has been c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 December 1955

\ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE RAMBLER O The Voice of TWC Students JBa UME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, December 6. ,1955 No. 12. atson Named President" ?k[.7 At MeMurry MSM Meet fmScn * tari!«K-n students from TVxos I was the silence of a great erao- I Silence «f Action," Dr. Ehrem mi fiilletre Methodist Stu- tion. of relatlonxhin with fl/wl nt m>r e „.,. ..,j « College Methodist Movement, who registered panies with Rev. Dartei Pat- ;SM director, departed early morning fror> the CY-r.tor • annual TMSM Conference 'ene. The Thanksgiving con- • which was held at McMui- llege from Friday, Novem- through Sunday, November k for its theme, "Christ and ent Generation." in Watson, junior from Fort ;h, Texas, was named presi- of the Texas Methodist Stu- Movement for the coming He served the past year as president of the^ state-wide ligation' for TSfethodist cam- ■Mf' utlents. Jimmy positions of leader- are not new. He is past- il er of MSM at TWC, past president of the Student CoiMci ( f Religious Ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 December 1955

\. Pago 2. ' — SfcotiCqfit "Reality With the ' School for Husbands" now a thing of the past, we are,#ft hearing comments about how the ploy lifted one out of. the world of reality.and<p- to a world of illusion. We hav^also Ijeard that the reason the play was such a success was its rea • n>. ~ Which answer is correct? After some thought on the subject we have come to a conclusion. It has"been sa?b that everything inothe theatre is an illusion. If this is true, what, if anything, is real m the theatre?. What is reality? Can there be such a thinr} ar. reality under a spotlight? We behove the aqswer is yes. There are several reasons for this theory. A play, regardless of how new and ditterent it is called by critics, is never original. It may not have happened upon the theatre, stage betore, but it or somethmo similar to it nas happened on the staot.. of life. This theory is known as Epistemological Dualism. It states that there is an objective physical world out- side of the mind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 December 1955

mm 3W&SS.-.M* WMM e««*S£ < i v_. Lber 6, 1955 THE RAMBL&R Page 3. dings Planned !our Students t h i - fiiKni?e- >Ut C !l ,i:|. .. • • >n made Alvin !>■<• Ores well iftriounce the forth- • hi their daugh- anij James Leon W Social Clubs Announce Pledges; Others Schedule Programs Students Participate In sports At San Marcos Play Day Thurs. I The fctrb ;th-ir pledge .md • lnm, !•;: .nizaUons arr> ^ it ! service projects, plan prngrams, and schedule parties. WKA On Monday, December 5, the ; Wonva's Recreational Association met to discuss plans for sponsor- in?.': a volleyball toumnmertt f«r j colleges in and near the vicinity of ■ Fort Worth. They aLso heard a | report of the convention at the i University o£ Texas Recreation Federation of CoUege Women held list Church of Al- 1 November 10 and 11 and attended by their sponsor, Catherine Wake- Autiss Autiss met last Monday night .with their new pledges, who were • i.l clubs ann unee :-.lumln-r paitv De< • ::i'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 December 1955

iV Pag e 4. V") 11 e>. —"53 Sports In Brief By .JAMES VUOtUNS The Ranis began the week with two Ramos Hall „ They (ell in the against the Stephen •ason last the He\ at gant': F. Austin ing and play the remaining matches as soon as possible. ** . • • • " * Mutfh has happehed in the ,S\VC Lumberjacks who evidently had j football r«ee since the last edition sharpened their axes before Jour- of the Rambler. TCU is now the neying to Fort Worth. On Satur- undisputed champ of the race b/ 4ay night, the Rams were hosts to way of a stunning 20-C upset of the McMurry Indians from Abilene. I the> Texas Aggies at the hands of • • • jan inspired Texas University The girls intramural volleyball eleven, and by the victory the tournament got under way the'Frogs took from the SMU Mus- week before Thanksgiving. The tangs 20-13. This placed the TCU freshman girls defeated the sopho- more girls, and the defending champion junior team moved into a first place tie with the Fish by virute of forfeit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1955

S46£rMWv$0 ■'■•'■< • itSf,^K<v: -.•?••; I? H, THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students FORT WORTH, TEXAS, December 13, 1955 No. 13 french Government Offers sistantship, Fellowship jrtunities to study or teach la [France during 1956-57 are 4|gll > le to American graduate jfj/fr nts, it was announced today iJ^Kenneth Holland, President of ^^[Jnstitute of International Ed- Bon. 1 East 67th Street, New City. = French Governmfyit Is of- ►g approximately thirty unl- versi y fellowships through the stry of Foreign Affairs and 40 piing assistantships through the istry of Education. The fellow- : awards are tor students with ite academic projects or study The assistantships afford lage teaching experience and opportunity to become better linted with Fiance. Ifeminations of candidates for >wships and assistantships will lade by a joint committee of ich and American educators §k;ng in cooperation with the ich Cultural Services and the Inst tute of International Educa- tion ; aDosing«d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1955

— . :• ,.,,— ■ ,\V, Paqe T Vl E R A M B LER Decemb'f Dec c-^ ,£r<A Tho air is saturated with Christmas wishes; many radio and TV programs are„d6voted to the Christmas Spirit; Children are happily awaiting the coming of Santa Claus;' the MESSIAH is ' being presented throughout the world; and Charles Dickens CHRIST- MAS-CAROL is again read in many homes on Christ- mas eve. Indeed Christmas is a happy and wonderful time of year. Spiri+s are high and hearts are gay. Perhaps the reason is that we become a little more like child- ren again in oulr excitement over decorating the Christmas tree, giving and receiving beautifully wrapped and decorated presents, and singing our favorite Christmas songs. As is natural after any exciting and invigorating stimulation, a big letdown sometimes follows. The days soon after Christmas are no exception. After all the wrappings have been picked up and put away and the Christmas free has been taken down, we humans are prone to fee! a little depressed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1955

■■■■■■■IpHHnaHMMMHI . imt." ■ ■," embftt 13, 1955 Page 3. Friendly _Hin* s iabe! in the Christmas •s you give (or get) means fcjiity, style and value " [surpassed anywhere! THIS LAB rt. College Calendar Tuesday, Dtwrnhir 18— Gamma Omicron Christmas , Party. * Wislm'Mlay, lVwoilxr 14—- Basketball game bftwwn Cen- tenary and TWC at Shreve- NEWS IN BRIEF m the MEANS STYLE AKD QUALITY ! ist vMmi M port, Louisiana. ... Messiah at 8:15 p. in', in -Poly Methodist Church. Thursday. Dewmher 15— Future Teachers Christmas Party in the Faculty Lounge, f Friday, December 16— Basketball game between Lou- isiana Tech and TWC at Rus- ton, Louisiana. RSU Mission Program at Goodwill Center; Saturday, December 17— Christmas holidays begin after Giles Pleads Guilty In Veterans Land Scahdals Bible and Lahguage < VmiFrojn * *>>' van* •air- ily JACK McNKII-Wr Former Land Commissioner Ras- com Giles pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve six year^f in the penitentiary on conviction of agreeing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 December 1955

JCJ **><■• o ■s S* Cerrvb#-' /New. .. b comfortable collar you cannot outgrow The new Arrow Lido shirt has no top button at the collar; your Becktie alone closes the collar neatly. And even if your neck size grow*, the "expandable" collar stays Comfortable. Get yourt today—wear k with a tie tonight—ope a at the ncck tomorrow. Priced from $5.00. HARROW*- -first in fashion • % " - A rUtlTI • Till • MANOKIKCHIIM • VMBtKWIAl Juniors ,Beat Freshmen, T'Tennis Winners Named Jim pflaney, six-foot thm;-in< h The Juniors defeated the fresh- gUard"frorn Philadelphia, Penn- men in a volleyball game recently, j is one of the two senior and the winners iA the first round j rm.mk«.>r| 0f the Rain basketball Cage Quintet Handicapped By Loss of 6'3" Ram Guard :.t )jir irm.hv! fe."j7)tf-r is a bi Hy JAC K Mr.NKlIJ Y n< r hM i«' <.-riiTs. In* Klemaify. the I'eS^her is a brother ■ J TW<"« Dr. Walter Click. Jim can)'- to TWC in January 1954 after two year* with the Arrny in Korea. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 January 1956

mmm >y\ !W ' * Sfe* ■ ■ ' :..4r' 1 **««♦ THE RAMBLBR The Voice of TWC Students „UME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, January 10, 1956 No. 14 bi Klein Will Speak Chapel Program Today Ibbi Gerald J. Klein of Tem- JEmanu-El in Dallas, Texas, ented the Jewish Chautau- Society as lecturer this morn- assembly. He spoke on the ct "The Universal Significance alnr Literature." He also de- id a class lecture at 9:20 a.m. Jewish Customs and Ceremo- %nd will give another class at 11:40 a. m. on "The llogy of the Modern Jew." Ibbi Klein received his B.A. jee from Washington and Jef- College in Washington, Isylvania, in 1943. He wa$ or- B<1 a rabbi at the Hebrew College in Cincinnati, Ohio, ving his Master of Hebrew irs Degree in 1948. |bbi Klein is associate rabbi of pie Emanu-El in Dallas, Hillel ellor of Jewish students v at GSI id Presented :aculty Recital Grace Knod, pianist, was jjnted in a faculty recital Tties- it 8:15 p. m. in the Fine Arts torium. Ss Knod's first number on the fam was "Tocca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 January 1956

Page 2. C:r\, THE RAMBLER & /4 St-naii (?&(Ceqe Pro* idert Dale H. Moore, Cedar Crest College, is the author of the fol'owi.^j article, which appeared in the Cedar Crest College Bulletin in September, 1955. The article deals with the advantage that a small college has in the United States today. He titles his article "Advantage in Smallness," and this is what he says: For the great majority of students at the under- graduate level, a small college is infinitely to be pre- ferred. As a rule, in such a college, the admission and graduation standards are high and the student who Successfully passes them is of necessity unusual. The small college has small classes and more individual attention is available. This careful attention to per- sonal needs is of great help to the student who might- otherwise be ignored or neglected. The teaching is likely to be of the highest quality, with the heads of departments teaching freshmen courses and not ad- vanced courses only. In addition, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 January 1956

10, 10. 1956 THE RAMBLER Page 3. [argie Thomas Attends lumenical Conference v* 1 ''Aid f Pt!« "■ i Gr&r.iyy ifiased s 3GY 5J 'dent o( | Science! Cot The Thomas, sophomore from ended -the Ecumenical e on The Christian ision held on the campus bhvrsKy of Ohio, Athens, feembt r 27-January 1 The [or this conference was lion and Reconciliation." were 3,500 college and student^ of which half seas students now study- e? United States. The > was held under the f the Student Volunteer it for Christian • Missions pored by the World's Stu- tian Federation and the Itudent Christian Council, purpose in mind of de- the role of the Christian s reconciliation in these revolution, the students eply and carefully at our its tumult, turmoil, and They asked themselves tion, "What Is the mission Sage of the Christian i such a world?" onf.erencedivided into groups of 15' each to attend Bible discussions in the classrooms and dormitories on the campus. Rev. Newton Thurber, general | secretary of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 January 1956

mmmmmmmrnrnt mm if Page 4. o THE RAMBLER ■J d fl U c Volleyball Tourney To Be Held Friday An invitational volleyball-coniw-iTVV l«am. Those who will bo j.lay- lation tournament, sponsored by intf are: Pearl ^ioaznmn, captain: the Women's Recreation Assoeiu-; Norma Sue Griffin, Lillian Novo- tion and the Women's Physical hd- ucation Department, will be held Friday at the downtown Recrea- tion Building and the TWC Gym. The teams entering are: Texas Christian University, Baylor, Texas State College for Women, North Texas State College, Arlington State College, John Peter Smith Hospital Student Nurses, Fort Worth Physical Education teach- ers. and TWC. First round and semi-final games will be played in the Recreation Building beginning at three o'clock. Teams playing at 3:00 p. m. are TCU vs. TSCW, and NTSC vs. John Peter Smith Hospital. At 3:40 ASC will meet Baylor, and TWC will play Fort Worth physical edu- cation teachers. The, finals (for consolation and first place) will be played ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 January 1956

6K1W vSl 4V THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students >LUME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, JANUARY(23,j 1956 Ft "W I W* ' No. 15 lathy Miller Will Reign is May Queen At Festival flprt as chosen | Hfttl She is row Serving as >n Thur*- 1 flfnt of Future Teachers of :> mor th. Lon oth of Pal* >1 r nomin Mr. and n Fort ■e. Mrs. a thy, rw junior fa' Dan Wat c major, College. Cathy rite, annr roc ha Who r Sn f.rtti« ! American (tKTTlMi into the ri^bl I" - Mtion presents a piofjlem for a eo-r-d when she begins study- wig for finaf examinations Here June King, freshman, shows her practical, but pret- ty preparations for stud;.. Finals Will Begin Monday, Jan. 23, Pro-Registration This Week re At the Spr I ;f> Cathy will ourt of princes : < hoscn l' f rnm t h< 7 ■ refill [oliege Orchestra Be Presented .< Texas VVesleyan College Or- ra, conducted by Paul Skin- :h1j.tant professor of music, be presented Simday at 3:00 in tUe Fine ^rffi Auditorium, go Anson, assistant professor >ia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 January 1956

«■WJw«iWfc i > nil i^i ii > *VtfliWgai<tiiii>a rt^l*^^^ —Hr- Page 2. £%amittiti& *Di&e&&c In all of college life, there is nothing so dTs'frafctihjg as a bad case of "examinitis." v ^ mus*. °e j. ear y stated here that "examinitis" is a contagious disease which attacks the brain. Exams themselves are truly a method of brainwashing. That is to say that on o day of the exams the brain suddenly becomes washed clean of all the knowledge to which it has been ex- posed. The disease is caused by the words exams tomorrow" utteited by a college instructor. To avoid being embarrassed when this disease strikes, I contend lit is much better to avoid disillusion- ing t'he teacher. ' This is done by giving a complete blank look to three out of dVery five questions thrown your way during daily classes. _ Fcj^ome this is e^Y- For others it requires developing a definite knack ot acting. Nevertheless, acting or-not, this at ledst keeps the teachers from losing faith in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 January 1956

irnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm V 3L r 23, 1956 THE RAMBLER ween 1 It VN( J S l.j.w IS Foreign Study Available In Seventeen Countries '&M? 1^1 3. nior da, Te; tOECKL at TV-ft ota. T ir Stud tier More was gi the R speech FRAN imes. Tuiiin, SflwtfJ Critioiwii. ur I. Scott, reveals some ng facts about the man is,, boi n called America's :uilar author, Mark Twain t years has gained stature ively as critics have dis in him a complex, skillful in instead of merely a iappy humorist. He is now entrenched in our lltera- ng with" Hawthorne, Tho- Melville, Whitman, ftnd Almost a century after the g i f ""Mark Train's career, c for a retrospective look has been said about his ly of nearly nine decades k Twain criticism holds 'wards, and a few sur- The chief surprise, per- the discovery that Mark * n Regarded universal- buffoon who mocked at ng too fine for him to ap- As all students of Ame- srnture know, Twain crlti- | among the most fascinat- r penned. (rinating combination of lit- [etection and off-b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 January 1956

.. ■ „ ,. ..., , v„ -V x-t , imam Page 4. >2% THE RAMBLER Jaruo- ]£*!) Sports In Brief Bv JAMES WIOGLNS O At the end of the first semester the Junior Class, with Its fifty points for first place in intramutal football, leads In the race for the Edwards trophy. The results of the tablft tennis tournament will in a large way determine who will bo the class with the greatest de- giro to win the trophy, however. The tournament has dragged atom: for several months now; If it ia not completed within the week, a mass forfeiture will be granted the' Freshman Class, and they will bo awarded 50 points, which will move "them into the lead in the overall program. The moral of this story V-; that in order to get -any possible points the seniors. Juniors ■ and sophomorey? must contact their ' opponents and play their matches. Baylor Takes First Place At Volleyball Tourney Cagers Scalp Indian In 74-57 Massacr c the VOL I * * ivlor plarf^J first ieftiti won i'('t t i >ai s invitational rutl -...

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