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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 January 1963

Tuesday, January 14, 1964 THE RAMBLER Page Five APO's Hold Folk Sing For Literacy Project HOOTENAlWrSINGERS MASS to a final curtain Friday night, audience showed their approval as Charles Wallace, master of ceremonies, brings APO's hootenanny "Good News" was the word on both sides of the curtain as the of the varied, lively show in the fine arts auditorium. —Rambler Staff Photo by Charles Willett Rambler Staff Writer Hootenajiy time on Saturday night made a change-about with a Friday night Folk Singing Festi- val sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, last weekend. Silas Hughes, president of A-Phi- O, opened the Festival with greet- ings from the fraternity and in- troduced Charles ^Wallace, noted Wesleyan master of ceremonies and wit. Wallace started the show with a> combination grqup made up ^Cf The Wanderers from TWC and The Madress Two of TCU. Both of these groups then performed in- dividually, followed by other tal- ented groups. o . •/ Included in the li...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 January 1963

Page'Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 14, 196^ Groaner' Brown Plays Leading Role as Rams Sail Past St. Mary's By Bill Ram$ey Rambler Sports Editor Contrary to popular opinion, "Every year we lose a confer- ence game early and find ourselves with our back to the wall," the Pete Brown doesn't carry an Ac- coach said. *In the past, we've tors' Guild card. Nevertheless, the usually been able to come out of Ram co-captain does a superb job it. I hope that's true this season." of "acting" court. on the basketball The Wesleyans, indeed, have shown signs of shaking off the Even the slightest contact with loss to Texas Lutheran by reeling opposing players causes Pete to off back-to-back victories over emit cries of anguish which often Southwestern and' St. Mary's, result in the calling of fouls They mowed down Southwestern, against the opponents. Being an 115-87, last Wednesday night at excellent: free throw shooter, he "Public Schools Gym, then boosted has turned foul shot opportunities the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 January 1963

JUOGt" \ki j}. THE RAMBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEX AS-1959, .1962 VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1963 No. 13 Faculty Member, Courses Named; Registration Scheduled for Jan. 29 t One new faculty member and two ne\v courses will be added to TWC's spring schedule. The new teacher, Mrs. Naomi Pipkin, will be teaching both sec- tions of B A. 331-b, a course con- cerning business reports and prob- lems. Mr. Frank G. Norwood will be teaching B.A. 336. This new course, Principles of Insurance, w*Wl be offered Tuesdays and Thursdays as 9:25 a.m. The other new class to be added to the spring curriculum is Mathe- matics 3-49. This course deals with differential equations and will be taught by Mrs. Dorothy Chesnut at 9 a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Pre-registration for spring class- es wjll be held Jan. ^S3 and 24, with regular registration on Jan. 29. Classes will begin at 8 a.m. Wednesday. Jan. 30. Final examinations for this se- mester will be giv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 January 1963

t—• Page Two ' THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 15, 1963 Slullenti WaL Wo,/,. erij of £J, tii ucauona // i roceSS & January 10, 1963—Where were you at 10:45 a.m. on that date? If you were among the mass of unappreciative students on our campus, circumstances w< uld have probably caught you moping over a cup of coffee at the nearest drugstore or drive-in trying to kill an hour of paid knowledge. An hour of knowledge that you, the student body, paid exactly $500 in Celebrity Series fees to listen to. An hour in which Dr" I. M. Levitt, noted astronomer and director°of the Fels Planetarium in Philadelphia, spoke to a sparsely-filled audience on the problems of manned space flight and habita- tion of the moon. For those whq^ittended Dr. Levitt's lecture another chink in their mold of a liberal education was expertly filled by a person of world-wide authority. As for you who did not at- tend this lecture, how well did you spend your hour of knowl- edge? It seems to the editorial staff ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 January 1963

Tuesday, January 15, 1963 THE RAMBLER May Graduate Spends Spare Time Cooking, Ironing Hubby's Shirts Page Three by Kosanne Harvey Rambler Staff Writer Graduation in" May will bring a few changes in^ShajMi Marsh Lit- tle's life. For one thing, she won't have to walk to school any more, arid she may have time to iron her husband's shirts, « * The senior English major from Waco is eager for graduation and the opportunity to. begin teaching. Her minors in French and gpeecft- drama, in addition to trer major field, qualify her to teach a wide range of subjects. "I'll teach anything 1 can," Sharon said, but she admitted to a partiality to English. Planning to teach high school age students, she explained that there isn't a huge demand for English teachers jn the lower grades. Excited about beginning hei^stu- dent teaching next semester, Shar- on hopes that she doesn't have any disciplinary problems. Being an .attracjt^ve girl only a few years older than her students (some of whom are boun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 January 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 15, 1963 r— On Campus with MaxQhnJman (Author of "I Was a Teen-age Dwarf", "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis", etc.) •< INFERIORITY CAN BE FUN The second gravest problem confronting college students to- day is inferiority feelings. (The first gravest problem is of course, the recent putbreak of moult among sorority house canaries.) Let us today look into the causes of inferiority feelings and their possible cures. Psychologists divide inferiority feelings into three principal categories: 1. Physical inferiority. " 2. Mental inferiority. 3. Financial inferiority. (A few say there is also a fourth category: ichthyological inferiority.—a Reeling that other people have prettier fish — but I !>elieve this is common only along the coasts and in the Great Lakes area.) Let us start with the feeling of physical inferiority, perhaps the easiest to understand. Naturally we are inclined to feel inferior to the "brawny football captain or the beautiful ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 January 1963

Tuesday, January 15, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page five TWC Graduate May Spend Next Year Studying, Working In West Germany • Several Texas Wesleyan College students who receive their degrees this year may spend next year studying and working in West Germany. The Carl Duisberg Society, an or- ganisation which makes it possible for groups"of German students to study at TWC and a few other selected colleges in the United' States, has begun a reciprocal pro- gram that wrill allov^* American students to study in Europe. Last year nine West German students participated in TWC's In- ternational Business Internship Progrom under joint sponsorship of *the Carl Duisberg Society, TWC and the Rotary Club of Fort Worth. After the semester of orientation at TWC the German students worked in business and industry in various parts of this country. The first group of Germa^students at TWC were enrolled during the fall semester of 1900. The American .students who are selected®to study in West Germany will be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 January 1963

Fj> Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 15, 1963 \J3 Methodist Pair Fights For Conference Lead A pair of Methodist brethren— Texas Wesleyan and Southwestern —are slugging it out for the lead in the Big State Conference bas- ketball chase. <• . Southwestern currently holds the upper hand, thanks to a 105-103 victory over TWC last week when the two teams played "race-horse" at Georgetown. The Pirates made it a perfect week by knocking off Texas Lutheran, 81-73. Wesleyan surged back into the second place with an 83-74 victory over St. Mary's. Three league games are includ- ed on this week's schedule. St. Mary's is at St. Edward's Tues- day night. Saturday night contests find St. Edward's at Texas Wes- leyan arid St. Mary's at Texas i^-j- theran. The Big State chart: Conference Standings w. 1. pts. o. pts. Southwestern 3 „ 1 320 316 Texas Wesleyan . 2 1 276 249 St. Edward's 1 1 143 137 St. Mary's 1 1 148 143 Texas Lutheran 0 3 206 248 Season Standing*; Texas Wesleyan 8 8 1,355 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 January 1963

<mr 3RARK THE RAMBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1963'' No. 14 SEVEN STATE AREA Dr. Wonders Named Bible Society Head Dr. Alice Wonders, professor of religion and chairman of the divi- sion of philosophy and religion at Texas Wesleyan College, has been elected President of the seven- state Southwestern Section of the Society of B^iical Literatiu^ • Charter Member „ A charter member of the organ- ization, Dr. Wonders was its first secretary, ana served in that capa- city until she was elected vice pres- ident last year. Two other (port Worthers will serve as officers for the current years. They are Dr. Ralph Smith of Southwestern Bap- tist Theological Seminary, vice president, and Dr. Jack Suggs, Brite College of the Bible, Texas Christian University, secretary. The Southwestern Section of the Society of Biblical Literature is composed of scholars from Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Mis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 January 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 2£ deceives Uncle Sam /se 7 Juclecir Z^cue- Planning Instead of the proverbial French salute of cheek-kissing, it seems that our^JJncle Sam has received just the opposite in a nuclear slap 1'rom France's President de Gaulle last vveek. Sarcastically refusing to submit to a nuclear defense agreement with the United States, de Gaulle has vetoed the hopes of the United States in relation to any type of Euro- pean economic, political or military co-operation. In a statement loaded with anti-British and anti-Ameri- can feeling, he also further stated that it would be impossible for the United States, Britain and France to get together on any kind of a Common Market relationship. "This," De Gaulle stated, "is due to the fact that we have nothing in common." President de Gaulle's actions suggest that perhaps he has not abandoned his long-felt resentment against the United States and Britain. One can, however, possibly see the reasons for his rejection ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 January 1963

4* Tuesday, January 22, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three Dateline... TWC Tuesday",'"Jan. 22 Exam Week Saturday, Jan. 26 Senate Dance •"* TWC vs. ASC-, 'at Public Schools Gym Monday, Jan. 2N Dead Day Tuesday. Jan. 29 Registration TWC vs. Tarloton at Stephenville Tryouts for '"The Music Man" Fine Arts Auditorium \\ ednesday, Jan. .'tO „ Classes Begin 6:30 p.m., MSM Thursday, Jan. 31 (5:00 p.m, .Senate 7:00 p.m., BSU Installation of Officers 7:30 p.m., Basketball Intramurals Friday, Feb. 1 «. 6 N-— Senior Recital, Bob Carney 8^00 p.m., Deka Pledgq, Dance, BSC BSU Mid-Winter Retreat "—' ' o> Saturday, Feb. 2 Deka Project Homecoming Game, TWC vs. St. Mary's, at Public Schools Gym Dance following1 game Sunday, Feb. 3 5:00 p.m., Spanish ^Club's Mex j^an ' «>■ SAI Informal Rush f p.m., Basketball Intramurals Feb. 5 p.m., Autiss Meeting p.m., Gamma Omicron Meeting •.I / p.m., SB>A ay, Feb. (ij Monday, Feb. ■ 7:30 p.m., 7:30 Tuesday, 6:30 7:30 7:30 Wednesday 4:30 p.fn., Dorm*Council Meeti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 January 1963

• 0 Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 22, 1963 Hold 3-1 Record Rams Make Big Push on Feb. 2, Battle St. Mary's at Gym Here The stage is set for Texas Wesley- key in last Saturday night's 95-80 an's Rams to make their "big victory over St. Edward's. The push" towards the Big State Coil- Rams had three less field goals, The Big State Conference chart: Conference Standings w. 1. pts. />. pts. ference basketball championship, but they sank 35 of 44 from the Texas Wesleyan 3 but they'll have to wait until Feb. charity line, compared to only 14 Southwestern 3 2 to start making their move. of 26 by the visitors. The Rams St, Mary's .. 2 The Rams pulled into a tie for hit 52 per cent of their field goal St. Edward's .1 the conference lead by thumping attempts, compared to 42 per cent Texas Lutheran 1 St. Edward's, 59-80, last Saturday S-' arw' ^ ^ ^ piled up a 371 . 329 320 316 263 257 285 297 258 298 Season Standings night at Public Schools Gym. The 44-22 advantage in rebound^,. Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 1963

WCr:f 7 THS RAMBLER "3N1 U8RAR1 U)L.LEQ£ TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST RACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH, .TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1963 No. 15 Dr. Gaston Foote Delivers Willson Lectures Feb. 11-15 Dr. Gaston Foote, pastor of the 11-15. in the TWO Fine Arts Au- First Methodist Church of Fort ditorium. * 4* Worth, will deliver the Spring Ses- -Theme of the five lectures is sion of the Willson Lectures at ""The Drama of Human Redemp- „ Texas Wesleyarj. C o 1 ' -v egc, Feb., tion." Ha will speak Monday at> Stage-Struck Amateurs Emote, Vocalize In Auditions for Spring 'Music Man' All the world is a stage and dur- ing spring musicals the stage at TWC is a pretty complex world. Last week's auditions for "Mus- ic Man" turned out as many tri- umphs, crises and problems, as any world would care for. With most of the casting completed, the direct- ing and production crew barely had a chance to draw a breath be- fore rehearsals began. And the strenuous job of casting left most...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 1963

a Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 5, 1963 A j \esidentia l £U on Si Jetra cL J du La /1 J)fU Have the eTSws of the Russian bear finally been pulled? In today's Communist-controlled Mand of Cuba this question still remains a well discussed issue. Defense Secretary McNa- mara has just assured the House armed services committee that the Defense Department is "convinced beyond any rea- sonable doubt" that the missiles and forty-two Soviet nuclear bombers have been withdrawn from the island. He did not, however, inform this committee of the danger still lurking in Cuba; the fact that approximately 17,000 Soviet military personnel still remain as "advisors" to the "Cuban development program." Also, Mr. McNamara made no mention of the threat of the Castro regime to incite Commun- ist rebellion in Latin America, an actV^lwtrthe State Depart- ment has just recently made note of in a letter to a special commission of the American States asking for redouViltw vigilailCe against "Castro-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 1963

Tuesday, February 5, 1963 THE K I E R Page Three ?X- TIS :a- tu- Winners of Literary Contest Announced In Today's assembly program presented by Sip-ma Tau Delta, na- tional honorary fraternity for Eng- lish majors, winners of the spring literary contest read their winning entries. "The American Way" by David Hester won the essay division. The poetry award was won by Peter Douthit for "Pregnancy and. Birth." Works of honorable mention were reyd by 0Mrs. Ruth Keating, English, instructor. Of honorable mention in poetry are "Life" and "The Beam" by Hester, and "To You, Terry" by Nancy Kleibrink. Iti the essay division "The Chal- lenge of Our Age" by Diafine Por- ter and *VThe Child" by Hes- ter wete'given honorable mention. Allan .Wines' "Spring Sketch" won honorable mention in J;he short story division. Coeds Tour Base, Study Space Foods Fourteen home economics stu- dents and Mrs. Martha Smith, head of the home economics department, toured Carswell Aix--Force. Base last Friday! Purpos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 1963

Page Four 07 Sophs' Late Rally Decks Fish, 75-67 George (Chopper) Johnson and Mike Dunn led a blazing second-half Tally that enabled the Sophomores to belt the Fish, 75-67, in the sea- son's opening intramural basket- ball game last week. Two qther first-round g&mes are on the schedule „ this week. The Juniors played the Seniors last night, and the Fish battle the Jun- iors Thursday night. All games start at 7:30 p.m. "and are played in the school gym. TJp*' Fish took a 34-29 lead at halftone of last week's opener, but the Sophs—with Johnson and Dunn providing the impetus — quickly wrested the lead and breezed to a comfortable victory. Johnson led all scorers with^J^. points, with 14 of them coming in the second half after he had accu-' mulated four personal fouls. He fouled out with about five minutes left in the game. Dunn contributed 23 points, with 16 of them coming in the last 20 minutes. Jack Haby with five points, Pete Mais with four, and Gary Dalrymple with two rounded o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 1963

im Campus Sweetheart Chosen In Recent Student Election Li-tUt "Sweet as" sUgar" .. "Pretty as a picture" It must be TWC's new campus sweetheart, Louise Smith- The 5'8" sophomore fri^oi Eorto "Worth, who last year represented TWO as Ranch Queen, was elected in voting last Thursday and Friday. She was freshman nominee for Basketball Sweetheart, as well as Rodeo Club Sweetheart. A member of Entre Amis scoial club, she is presently serving "as reporter. A 'G1 graduate of Poly High School, Louise was a majorette for two years, runner-up for band sweetheart and a member of the Band Council. „ The blue-eyed socio'logy" major especially enjoys working with horses. She reports she rides "every ( chance" she gets. ^ A nominee for Campus Sweet- heart, LaDene Agee,'is also a '01 graduf^e of Poly High School. A home economics major, she pledged Gamma Omicron Club and was a nominee for state reporter. The new secretary of the Student Association1 is Ree Parrish, senior elementary education major ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 12, 2), emocrac lf's 2>ownfJ(- , JL ^traialit-f artu ZJichet The American guarantee of free voting power — a right vfor which your forefathers fought a revolution and placed their own lives and liberties in jeopiTFilY. A right that yo^, the American public, neglect through the biasphemy of casting a straight-ticket vote. "I've always voted for the 'Do-Nothing' party," is the usual retort cast by the straight-ticket conformist into the melting pot of liberal free voting. The basic difference, how- ever, remains in that the straight-ticket vote mixes with free- thihking.,votes, forming an impure, alloy of shallow liberty. Why do the "Do-Nothings" cast this type of a prejudiced vote? The answer usually boils down to the fact: "My grand- father and his grandfather's father has always voted for the 'Do-Nothing' party." Rationalization is the key defense for the Do-Nothing's line of thinking; he prides himself on the amount of pure intellect he ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 1963

Tuesday, February 12, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three I Ibe Senior Class President Role Varies From Church, to Student to Teacher by Jane liudolph the best, one of #u^ tk-hflol^Sfe," easily mistaken for an Rambler Assistant Editor commented fcitchens. "We are try- Kitchens has proven "Reddy Kilowatt" might well be- ing-to ;help oreiitS interest and the nickname of Larry Kitchens, sP'nt. With his warm smile and con- genial personality, there is no ques- tion how Kitchens obtained his wide popularity. He was voted out- standing sophomore boy, was a class favorite nominee both his athlete, himself, though, for he was on the intra- mural all-star football team both his sophomore and junior year. Other hobbies include photography, water-skiing and reading, most of which is limited to current events. Wedding Hells After graduation there will be wedding bells for the 1961 Jack Frost and Snow Maiden. June 7 will mark the date when Carolyn TAKIN6 TIME OUT OF HIS BUSY SCHEDULE to. catch up on cur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 12, 1963 Cupids Arrows (Continued from Page 1) when the Frilly Fan style .came into vogue. The humorous, or comic Valen- and the famous Kate Greenway styles were those which the "ro- mantic" young lovers sent to their sweethearts. Clever sayings were the newest tines, were the s#n;y>tion in 18i>5 thing iti 11)37 and one of the most popular of these was, the "Kid" tradition and portray "You're AFRAID of your shadow big heads and small bodies, and scared of a MOUSE. However, girls if you have car- Wouldn't you feel safer ried out the above experiments With a MAN in the house?" correctly, you should receive a real Modern Valentines emphasize man instead of a caricature. I Tuesday J' \ Lutz Mayer v Symphony Performs Mayer Composition On the night of Feb. 1 at the Me- Farlin Auditorium on the South- ern Methodist University ¥ampus, the conductor of the Dallas Sym- phony Orchestra approached the podium, the audience hushed, the 1>aton was r...

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