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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1966

March 1, 1966 fkfflj i Is. be Col ■ leg issuai I*? Savi sioei •«! l¥k5|' fbeii pducedij j-recteda JrectionJ I Mary i Ihnical i Jervisiail |J. U J ^ (at I far behal sically i fessiver! hce in l I raised I I reason 'i| s from ti| wishes t they i I to hrf frateraiij |Vhen stand '<4 fiolding t tig, and tl l-esponsible| ■of realist individsi In man. ^tic of t follow 1 Is manyi! | appeal llways t |ge 3) eari (reside"'c tomey S®1'! nate and a| club, ck FrostBI Christ"051 elected 3 I THE RAMBLER Page Three ack Ford Braves Wild Waves As TWC's Surfin' Beach Boy' by Slizie Williams Rambler Staff Writer . ■* sssmSSI INS1 m 0mS m*"■ ■■ ■*• V-, .:■*&§>. i i class fa- )LD MAN AND THE SEA? No, ifs Jack Ford who is proving that Respite the weather he'll do anything if there's a good surf up. —Photo by Steve Williams We Get Letters ... one's scope of friendships and lim- it acquaintances to a select few. This need1 not be the case at all. • It should he noted that this criti- cism has been ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1966

Jt Page Four <0~ THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March DEANS LIST CONTINUED.. / 7 i Tyler, 3.62; Gary Lynn Allen, 3.60; Elizabeth Jane Reynolds.. 3.60; Robert Franklin Dunlap", 3.57; Shir- ley Ann Taylor. 3.56; Claudia Kay Johnston, 3.54; James Thomas Moslener, 3.53. William Eldon Bailey. 3.50; Craig Kenneth Brown, 3.50; Barbara Hewlett Flynn, 3.50; Samuel Char- les Howarth, 3.50; Ruth Ellen Hen- ry, 3.48; Roger Williama Cowles, 3„40; Billy Jim Leonard, 3.40; Wer- ner Sehroeder, 3.40; Elizabeth Ann Ford, 3.37. Barbara Gwen Sipes, 3.37; Re- becca Arline. Burns, 3.26; Janice Anr* Bowling, 3.25; B. Kay Cox, 3.25; Jim William Glenn, 3.25; Pat- ricia Lou Hunt, 3.25; Dwight Stan- ley Lilly, 3.25; Margaret Ruth Millsap, 3.25; Margaret Louise Phillips, 3.23. Judith Ann Hitt, 3.21; Donna Lynn McManus, 3.21; Tiffin L. Barkley, 3.20; Leverett O Ficklin, 3.20; James Allen Morris, 3.20; Nancy Ann Ricketts, 3.20; Carolyn Veri,e Sloper, 3.20; Peggy Delores Wftlls, 3.20. ■ ''Robert Alizon Owen, 3.19; Linda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1966

Ml A"' f lunch- Tuesday lunch- •st room be" an- nembers March 1, 1966 THE RAMBLER % Page Five Dlte Reef WcC Ronnie V Danny LEFTOVER THOUGHTS: Wo are wondering if any of those stu- lts who protested the- removal of trees for the parking lot are win r their autos on that very lot. We feel it's only fair for those sons to park their cars off the lot . . . under a tree! A . Ann-Margret fans bo sure to see Made In Paris. Her simmer- _ti.=im/es are just too much. That Man In Istanbul Ls the biggest^ spot.:" to come to Fort Worth since Our Man Flint. It starts Thurs- - at the RIDGLEA. ' , _ ? - i TV TIDBITS: Due to his success with the one-night special mu- v- re ion of "The Honeymooners," also featuring Art Carney and ||u Meadows, JACKIE GLEASON has decided to return to the tuit' next 5oasaa_an CBS. Art Carney Will 1m^\permanent fixture on« ?ejtoe mid 1950's. c X51' . ason's team again for the first time heart iiinatedior I R^E MILTON BERtE will t0e~Back on TV next fall, also as the host ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1966

L- .H T E .R ]( J ft I* 1 i r i. t.s 0 O . >. U 1 fc ■ o " ~ % B c-; v' Page Six THE RAMBLER 1 Tuesday, March 1. J TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE 1966 Golf Schedule Rams Bow to Houston Cougars, Start Looking Toward NextSeasi March 3 March, 4 & March 16 March 18 March 22 March 24 March 29 April 7 April 11 April 12 April 15 & April ,21-2.3 April 26 April 27 April' 29 May 6 & 7 May 13 June 7 & 10 16 Rockwood Golf Course Tournament Rockwood Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth "... .Fort Worth Fort Worth „ Commerce Wichita Falls Fort Worth iment Shawnee Eastern New Mexico University Southwestern Recreational Golf East Texas State University Southern Methodist University. Bemidji State College North Texas State University . Howard Payne College East Texas State University .. Midwestern University Bradley University Oklahoma Intercollegiate To urn; (Defending Champions) Abilene Invitational Golf Tournament (Defending Champions) Midwestern University North Texas Stair University Sou...

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

f RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 IxAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1966 f N DINGS Pet. Pti .560 as No. 20 « Welcome Home TWC Exes! Homecoming Celebrations Scheduled March 12 for 75th Anniversary .118 112 ■ I RESULT! 108; S | |therap I stem ffi, I fC. A. R. ANDERSON (I.) presents a $1,000 grant to Dr. f sone for TWC in behalf of the Gulf Oil Corporation. Oil Presents with $1000 Texas Wesleyan College has re- ceived; a .$1,000 grant for unre- stricted use from Gulf Oil Cor- Iment P°r^on The check was presented Friday March 4, to Dr. Law Sone, TW®prosident, by C. A. R. Ander- son of Gulf. ^ It Iras one of 221 such awards, as research and faculty support. Institutions eligible for unre- stricted grants are those which are privately operated and controlled, and which obtain a major portion of their financial support from non-tax sources. by Ted Moberg Rambler Staff Writer Celebration activities for TWC's 75th Anniversary and Homecom- ing on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1966

/ Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 8. 19661 — | lluiti on on 5L Bill Offer, to ^JeeS d^urclen With the increasfe in tuition and fees at T\VC next fall, the problem <3f the rising cost in college education has been widely discussed by students and their parents, as well as teachers and politicians. Is there any solution to the growing burden of tuition and fees that faces the college student. a«d his parents in order to get a higher education? A new proposal that soon will come to vote in Congress which offers a solution to the problem is the tuition tax credit concept. This plan has objectives of obtaining new sources of scholarship funds and easing the cost load with a minimum of senseless controls and without skyrocketing ad- ministrative cocts. Under the Ribicoff-Dominick bill each taxpayer will be allowed to subtract from his tax bill 3 maximum of $325 which he spends for college tuition and, fees. Since taxpayers will be permitted to pay tuitions for any student~and recei...

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

V.arcn 8 HY ITS GOOD OLD RELI- BLE NATHAN, Ronnie McCoy enter) shows Oavid Zepeda (I.) Gilbert McPherson (r.) of the actiaflr- * they en- ge in illicit gambling DO YOU TAKE SINNERS HERE? Ted Moberg, (center) enters the Save-A-Soul Mission under the auspices of Arvide Abymathy (I.) and Sarah Brown. ,4>~ . ST S' " *■ their [UCll JW otten-a THE RAMBLER 'Guys and Dolls' Set For Five-Night Run kPage Three ersatile Students Cast In Major Roles ^king the part of major roles in Down in the Valley, and was his musical requires versatile soloist with the high school choir ble. This year's cast Ls one and the First Methodist Church Sh is qualified to fill the bill, choir there. Be part of the nifty gambler, Miss Adelaide, the Hotbox cutie, JMasterson, is being played by is portrayed by a stage veteran, Moberg, a TWC sophomore Joy Garrett, a junior speech- li Fort Worth. He is a mem- drama major from Fort Worth, jpf the Rambler staff and the" Joy is a former Miss,Fort Worth Club. As a member...

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

it; \ & to J!"-. <• Page Four THE RAMBLER I'm sure that from time to time many freshmen write home telling folks and friends about how much they like college and how different it is from high school. The follow- ing is a letter sent from a fresh- man co-ed to a boy back home: Dear John, * How are you? (Ha! Ha! Ha!) I am fine! You know, college sure is different from high school. What I mean is that everybody has different interests and they do altogether different things. I guesff the best way to explain what I mean is to go back to the very beginning. I first arrived at school with my mother and father in our country ranch wagon (you know, the 1926 Essex) and for some strange reason there Was a tremendous round of applause from a group of boys who were standing nearby. I was wearing my new toreador pants and that blouse with the U- neckline that you told me not to weai- in high school. Well, I'm in college now and I wore it. (Ha! Ha!) Well, anyway, there we were. An' these b...

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

March 8, 1966 the rambler Page Fry p. mm&hi MglMKfll |MEN FIGHT FIRE on Essex Street, near the TWO campus. „ ' * Photo by Steve Williams •;£a^52s^?? Oft Valuable GIFT for emale students of exas Wesleyarr ... an assortment of fine, nationally-advertised products —courtesy of famous manufacturers. You will receive such products as these: Pond's Dreamflower Talc Pond's Angel Face Compact Make-Up Pond's Angel Face Cream Make-Up Fresh-Start by Pond's Macleans Tooth Paste * Lustre Creme Shampoo Neutrogena Soap Confidet's Sanitary Napkins ' Deep Magic Moisture Cream FOR 50 CENTS * This valuable array of products comes to you with the compliments of the manufacturers. CAMPUS PAC is yours—on/y while the supply lasts . . . exclusively at lie Ram Trading Post (YOUR COLLEGE STORE) IN BOAZ STUDENT CENTER Placement Officers To Arrive Placement interviews and appli- cations will be held in the place- ment office of the registrar's of- fice on the following dates: March 10, 15, and 17. Mr. Doug...

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

$ ■n Page Six -V • THE^ R A M B L f R Tuesday, March 8 ^ I ® m •• J m AS SPRING BASEBALL train- ing progresses, Coach Walter Langston instructs junior Mike Johnston as he catches a ground- er. (Right) Coach Langston shows Mike the proper height for a good swing. j—Photos by Steve Williams i 4VLJ / U 1 ■ IPPII ■X i.3 Bj Braniff International's new fare, for anyone twelve though twenty-one, virtually cuts me cost of flying in half. At these prices, the fly-in may soon become as popular as all the other in things that are going on today. (We will permit guitar- strumming and folk-singing on route, but no noisy political debates, please.) Eligibility requirements are simple. Just send us a $3.00 registration fee, and we'll issue an identification card which, when validated, will entitle you to buy tickets at approximately half fare on our flights in the United States. Of course, this will be subject to availability of space at departure time, and does not apply during certain holiday pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1966

u [March 8, 1966 vs> THE RAMBLER Page Seven 1 I'eaff.'s -c¥i fianxfflj Dlxe Red WcCo pier I 'ia.n®* I' lull'COEf* I begin a tints , preps P>R pro lP >nme Danny GlIUl-lYlISl Bract IMi •isaest thing on campus this week is the annual spring Dn • .mi TWC students will boat a path across the foot- the FA auditorium stage to recreate one of Broadway's essful musical comedies, GUYS AND DOLLS. fcday ni-ht a special Celebrity Series performance will be by„T\VC students. Admission will be by activity cards only, the Friday and Saturday performances can be purchased (rural Ticket office. Phone^jCD 5-9000. ^ SGARRETT, TED MOBERG, and MARY JAN HARRIS head a of many guys and dolls. Joy is a veteran of three Wesleyan . She has starred in Flower Drum Song, Bells Are Ringing is a while Ted I I lary, jsel. Mary Jan also appeared in Carousel to th campus theater. „ rill portray Miss Adelaide, featured vpcalist at the Hot Box Ted wili assume the role of dapper' gambler1' Sky Master- unwillingl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1966

Page Eight " All-Big State Conference Three Rams Receive SecondLTdam Berths Texas VVesleyan failed to plare Joining the three Rams on the * any players on the first team in second squad were Mike Canfield the All-Big State Conference bas- of St. Edward's, James \Ve*ifall of ketball balloting, but three mem- East Texas Baptist and Newton bers of the Rams landed second- Grimes of Texas Lutheran. Ties in team berths. the voting forced the inclusion of TVVC representatives on the sec- 'six players on the second team, ond unit are senior Larry Phelps, Selections were made by the junior Tom Wendorf and freshnyj,n conference's six head coaches — Russell Golden. " Elmer Hanebutt of TVVC, R. C. David Weber, another Ram who Kennedy of East. Texas Baptist, Ed 'became ineligible^ :it iniS^Pfin. Messbarger of St. Mary's, Joe Beck made honorable mentiofrsjje^un- of St. Edward's, Verl VVestergard doubtedly would have received of Texas Lutheran and Bill^ Mer- much higher recognition had he ritt of ...

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

is tean: i M k no 5' HinvQutfjl : j ''•!lege at 4 Austin a'j Monday ■wit Tersnill Drive, sts p.m. ers are 1 mson, Vi.| ackson, Joan and J t is $8 s' tenia) ■ > in the i ;y Man! >ns. woi e TWC tfl reatcd. HE RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 *TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WOSTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1966 TWC Diamond Jvbit** Year \ih/ Titan We s fey an QcUege itdl'WS V Fort Wortti No. 21 I i r% i :-ri; Groundbreaking Slated Thursday for Dormitory Groundbreaking ceremonies for TWC's new women's residence hall, to begin construction immediately, will be held on site at 11 a.m. this Thursday during assembly. Scheduled to take part in the traditionally puhlic affair are 75 TWC girls and their escorts, Dr. Law Sone, presidentof the college. J. Elmer C.ox, Dean of the college, trustees Dr. O. C. Ann strong and Eel. L. Baiter: student body presi- CertificatesDue All applications for Texas Teachers Certificates must be in the Education Office March 15. JtOP JAZZ gr...

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

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 15, O . -Q Tribute Is Given to Dr. Law Sone For 30 Years of Progress on Campus Congratulations, Dr. Law Sone. TWC has seen progress and advances in the 75 years of existence, many during the 30 years that Dr. Sone has served as president of the college. The ground will be broken Thursday for still another of the new projects aimed at making TWC a better educational institution for future students. The far-sighted- ness and influence of Dr. Sone has proved invaluable in se- curingj^ederal grants and loans that will make it possible to build the Arnold L. Reed Science Center. Thirty years of service to one school is a great record, one that anyone could be proud of. Many would be quitd con- tent to spend their time looking backward with pride to past achievements. Dr. Sone is one of those exceptional persons who is not content merely to rest on past accomplishments, but prefers to continually look forward to the future. His efforts have resulted in ...

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

March 1v66 -mm y>— THE RAMBLER Pag e Three Native Texan Turns Australian; Finds Change Complicated by Bill Fuqua Rambler Staff Writer If you met John William Kein- burg, TWC freshman English ma- jor, you'd rtever believe he was a native Texan, for his background is a mixture of many Countries. After John's birth in San Anton- io, Texas, his father, a native of Svve<f<m, and at that time a mem- ber of the Swedish Diplomatic Corps, was transferred to Milheim, Germany. His assignment there was working with the Counter- intelligence Corps. The assignment kept them there for a little more than five years, ^ Immediately after Tne closing of the Milheim assignment, John found himself the son of the new Consulate General of the Swedish Council in Novay^Scotia, Canada. Jol^. then six years old, lived there until he was thirteen. The family then picked up stakes again, this time for a move to. Dav id 1 h, Ih the Crown Colony of Bermuda. The assignment was to establish the Swedish Inf...

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

nyjn.nl—r—- Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, Ma^'h Mademoiselle Evaluates World Of College Film-Making Interest The best evidence that today's college student is having a love affair with the World of Film i> indicated by the number of col- leges and universities that now include film courses in their cur- riculums. In the March issue of Mademoiselle, Joan Rubin explores the many-faceted world of film- making and the reasons for its im- passioned following among both undergraduates and graduate stu- dents. It is generally agreed that the l>est film programs are o'ffered currently at the largest. universi- ties where training comes through doing. The aim of film programs offer- ed at mch schools " as Northwest- ern, Boston U., U.C.L.A., and Co lumbia is to turn out film-makers rather than individuals skilled in a single area of production: "the creative, yet practical person who can write his own script, direct, and edit it." According to Mrs. Ruljin. "Film has become the melt- i...

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

1 M ,1 r c h 15, 1966 RAMBLER i Ihase' Relates ithern Story [ Spiegel stamp on a come to mean quality ae■ s with his lnU-iwo, [of Arabia ami Bridge on Kwai, each garnering jrds. Hi* latest, a power- (►" if hate, firejudice, vio- illieit love in tod$5*5 [slated to be one of (he It. Me combines action and I with "Peyton Place"- >nship. This means tre- Jappeal to all audiences, kiddies — the dialog prive is a mite frank for fcrlative name cast gives portrayals. Marlon rarely been better, the |tnes Fox lives up to his oequir^'l in King Rat,/ pe Rule and Jane Fon<JS' lit in trampish roles while tinson is fine as an un- ag wife. fcture opens with a prison the subsequent chase! ppehs Friday at the ;\ WsBk Page Fivo Ronnie DL Reel WcCoip Danny smm ■—ftwiwi,'jii. JOY GARRETT, who would even be lovely in 1948, rakes up noth- ing but complimentary reviews from her role as Adelaide in TWC's production of GUYS AND DOLLS. he rrs 5 Mil ue! eck's Quartet Will Be Featured TWC's Celebrity Serie...

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

—-xr —aMh. r 1 m I'® ■ B .ml •m% ■ ■ V H0 r* C4 Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 15 1$| by Jim Nored Jim's Gyms MEMBPRS OF THE 1966 GOLF TEAM are (I. to r.) Mike Ada«s, Mike Folvag, Rodger Linville, Jerr^ Wood, Gary May, Roy Bifrklow, Craig Lowery, Melvin Starks, Mike Jackson, Jimmy Dellis, Mike Martin, Ray Brannigan, Paul Profitt and Coach O, D. Bounds. —Photo by Steve Williams Golfers Place 7th Rockwood Golf Course was the o site for the 43rd annual South- western Recreation Golf Tourna- ment, March 4-5. The TWC var- sity, led by Jimmy Dellis, finished in seventh place behind front run- ner North Texas State University. High winds and slick greens plagued the linksmen throughout the tourney. In thre Junior College-Freshman class, TWC finished in first place. The frosh were led by Melvin Starks who fired a 157. This score was only three strokes -off the pace set by Terry Noble of NTSU, the individual leader for the Junior College-Freshman teams. The total score posted by the TWC...

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

S RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 ■ TEXAS WESLEY AN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1966 No. 22 jot baa; iding raaza? ■ scored a I WWtwm •• « TW'C Diamond Jubilee Year Tarns Wasftyan Cottage 1691-1966 V Fort Worth Groundbreaking Re-Set March 31 for Center also did I lough tola ' DR. O. C. ARMSTRONG, center, is one of many TWC dignitaries to particpate in the ground- i hKi broking ceremonies last Thursday for the women's residence hall, Jfo. be constructed across from toe ^IeKuIwHi Means Armstrong Hall on Avenue B. —photo by Marcel's Studio With groundbreaking ceremonies just completed for the new women's residence hall, ground- breaking for the Arnold L. Reed ■ r Science Center is being re-sched- uled. Originally sgi for this Thursday, groundbreaking has now. been changed to March 31 at 11 a.m. on the building site, between the library and fine arts buildings. Talking part in the dorm ground- breaking laaV Thursday at 11 a.m. were 75 TWC students, s...

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

I m 1 I Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 22 H; I : i i", to *on a at5 (f^ra ve j ^eri (s The United States began its space program in 1958 with the launching of Explorer 1 into orbit, and since that time our country has been in an all-out effort to beat the Russians to the moon. UntilJast week, the race for th£*W>on was run- ning fairly even, aeeerding to space experts from this country. Last Wednesday, American space program officials launched the Agena I and Gemini 8, containing astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott. Fur the first time in the history of space travel, a docking maneuver would be at- tempted. Gemini 8 would actually try to dock with the Agena I. After the seventh hour of flight, the two spacecrafts were docked successfully. As the astronauts went out of radio range from one nation, everything was a-okay. When they came back into radio range, however, trouble had developed. The two spacecrafts were rolling out of control, and appar- ently the astronauts wer...

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