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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1953

Pafl 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. Mwch 1M i CARILLON DEDICATED Standing at the foot of Radford towar. which houiat tha carrillon of 35 bronia ballt given McMurry by tha Radford aitata H. M. Harriion manager of tha estate mada tha for mal presentation of tha carillon. Francis Hinkal. organ profatior play the ballt each morning and evening. Convocation Ends; Progress Continues Things nrc back to normal fol lowing n week of excitement which celebrated Dr. Harold G. Cooke's tenth year as president of McMurry. The combined con- vocation and Willson lectures came to a close Friday morning. Featured tpeaker wai Bithop W. Angle Smith of tha Naw Mexico-Oklahoma area. Also on the program ware Bishop Paul E. Martin of tha Arkansas-Louisiana area. Bishop Charles C. Selecman of Dal- las Dr. Umphray Lee. presi- dent of Southern Methodist University Dr. C. Q. Smith president of Oklahoma City University and Dr. John O. Gross executive secretary of . the Board of Education of the Methodist Church. All ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 March 1953

Jere Lawrence Elected State TISA Treasurer Climax of the Texas Intorcol- lcge Student Assocntion conven- tion for the McMun delegation was the election of Jue Law- lence president of McMurry s student body as state treasurer of the TISA and McMuny's be- ing named clnuman school of Distnct I of the TISA for next iui Election of Jon Jones of Abi- lene Chustnn College as TISA prcsidt nt m ikes Abiknc an ad- ministntie center of the organ- isation Held Thursday through Satur Wesley Players Give 'Release' At Wilson Church Fust performance of 'Release' Wcslc Players Easter play was given at the Methodist Church in Wilson Sunday night McMurnans will see the reli- gious drama group's production in chapel next week The group had charge of both Sunday services and led the outh of the church in recreation Saturday night At the Sunday morning service Orlie White preached and Richard Dcats led the order of worship Doris M Johnson sang Were You There " The play was presented at the evening servic...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 March 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. March 26. 19S3 Little Bit Of Heaven' Is Page 2 Slrv Ciistleinitu rairiert herself proull with an ir of "1 sinpr in the Methodist choir -mid 1 hinen't missed ji Sunday for years." It had heen a lour time since Mary had heen to church and she knew .Mrs. Castleman must look down on her for it. Wary didn't think Mrs. Castleman was such a pnnl Christian anyway. She could think of a lot of a.s she could improve. Mary hated Mrs. Castleman. She hated her hecause her children had all jroiic to college and made places for themselves while Mary had neer had the chance. She hated her hecause she was rich and Mary had to work for her livinp. She never saw Mrs. Castleman except at a distance and they never spoke to each other unless they had to even though they were next- door neighbors. Mary hated Mrs. Castleman so much that sometimes she wanted to pick tip a rock and throw at her. Mary was waiting for a hits. She was looking at the toy Easter bunnies and chickens and can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 March 1953

Thursday March 26. 1953 The WAR WHOOP Pag 3 TRACKMEN PLACE 4TH AT ODESSA The Indian trark team with its forces hplit placed fmuth in the 10th annual West Texas Relays with a total of seven points on the strength of two lelny seconds and a fourth in the hroad jump last weekend at Odessa. The relay team of Bob Skipwith Vance Hortley. Donnie Smith and Jack Chubb ran second behind Howard Payne in the sprint medley relay and second behind ACC in the mile re- lay. Vance Horsley racked up a fourth in the broad jamp with a leap of It feet 1 1-4 inches. The Wildcats of Abilene Chris- tian College won the meet by out scoring the runner-up Howard Payne Yellow Jackets 394 points to 23 U. Hardin-Simmons round- ed out the top four by placing third with 10 points. The Wildcats started spring right with a record break ing performance in the M0- yard relay with a time of 1:27.7. and a grand slam by placing 1-2-3 in the high hurdles. Howard Payne's Darrell Townsend was high point man in the college d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 March 1953

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. March 3. ltS3 JBBBtftit ' H Bb 'J kBBBBBBBBBr' BtLSllac''' BH GAMMA SIGMAS AND FRIENDS The 10 pledget of Gamma Sigma girls' social club took their teddv bears to dinner recently. Left to right they (the pledges not the teddy bears) are Jane Wilson Evelyn West. Janis Ponn Ann Akcrs Florence White LaGaytha Wood Carolyn Cridcr Dorothy Hill Frenkie Tanner and Helen Fry. Adams McCullough Summerlin Collaborate On Musical Play As their final picre of woik at McMuny Bill Adams and Jim McCullough along with Macon Sumrrlin aio going to produce an 01 igmal mu.Mcal comedy en- titled "Them Lovely Hills." General auditions for the sow are slated Tuesday night. Mr. Adams and Mr. McCul- lough have woiked together on the dialog and lyrics of the play while Mr. Sumerlin has com- posed the score for 17 musical numhi'ts. Mrs. Ethel Tiice will be choreogi apher. The locale for "Them Lovely Hills" is in the hills of Ten- nessee near Chattanooga. Ac- cording to Mr. McCulloug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1953

COMMUNIST PLOT EXPOSED The Library Now Open Two Hours Per Day Rich Announces A i h.uigo in hbt.r.v houis lias l)oon issmd 1 Mis Pei ma Kich ' hbi.ii im liisti ul if st. nun opi n thioo hulls a da Miss Kirli statos tli.it tlio hbiaiv will bo open fin two and a halt horns poi dav foi tho rost ot this sfinvstLi "1 foil that students at MoMuirv should ho able to complete tliou studios in loss tinio man thev hao boon accustomed to doing" Miss Rich statod She also stated thai the present day college student must learn to get things done in a hurry. "We are living in a fast moving world and we have got to adjust ourselves to its tremendous speed." quipped Miss Rich. Tho now schedule as changed by Miss Rich: 00 9 00 on Mon . Tuos and Wod mornings 1 00 2 00 on Mon Tues and Wod afternoons ti 30 7 00 on Mon Tuos and Wed. nights. Tho librarj will bo closed on Tluiisday. Fndny. Situidav and Sunday in oidei to allow the Maff to count tho nionev taken in fiom fines for ovoi-due books Miss Rich als...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1953

Pig 3 THE WIRE HOOP April I 19&3 ON BIKE Dr. Carnes Edges Pinner In McMurry "500" Race By CHICK SMITH Hi'luro 10000 screaming fans lined on each side of the Speed- way which bisects the McMurry campus east and West Di. Otis G Carnes mounted on his atomie- powcicd hike yestelday sped to ii photo-finish victoiy over Har- vey Pmnci in the annual Mc- Muny 500-mile lacing i lassie. Carries put on a brave ex- hibition of "pressure-pedaling' in nipping Pinner at the finish. Pinner driving his war-surplus army truck with a 2-ton track roller attached to the rcHr. seemed a certain winner until he ran into dif- ficulty on the last lap. While turning into the straight-awuy from Sayles the right-of-way bteamc ob- structed by 100 children crossing the street on their way to school. Pinner reali?od that he would have to act quickly. He had a choice of (joint; around the chil- dten and driving over the lawn south of the Kadford building with his 11 ton track Miller or continuing straight ahead...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1953

April 1 19S3 THE WIRE HOOP Page 3 'A J! ' ! P SOCIETY Women'sClubsMerge To Form TI-Gamma K i Mnttluws w is mcnth t titled b im minions witi is I ( Im f Hom-Honki i if 1 1 G mi in i n w woim ii s s 1 1 il i lull formed In tin milium of IIP mil G imm i Sifm i Both organizations have il lusirious histories behind them having been the first women s social clubs on the crnnpu' Outgoing proxies Jane Ann Siecn and Nclda Vuughtor sny T! Gumma was organized because of the close friendship which his always existed between the two groups I lu unifii 1 1 1 c ii ii tin I it il (low n of 1 tO! lllll llllllHI In tttiin 1 IP mil l) 1 t l Hi t i known ns II Di It i Mils w is hioufht iboiitwlun llPihoppul down in ippli tin fiowuif m ptcsidtnt Pi f j lutson s 1 i i toi A little disscniion arose over the selection of the club Frank Lewis Named German Club Prexy Giinim Chili nut last nifjit in tin Club Ho im of tlu Stutknt I ill Cmtu to ilttt offmis toi tin coming icidtmu ttt In i puss conft.ri.nei. fol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1953

Pago 4 THE WIRE HOOP April 1. 19S3 11 frt. IJwW kJLS h t8C H""8" sssis'" "fc- w Kir r nl v ? 4 OT ' iww: .. n v '- ... J3- C - . J JL v. SEWSHHa3KS DRAGON TO DRAG NO MORE Tho death of two old-time McMurnnns this work tho Red Dragon (above) and Bill Schooler who drives it and has for thirteen years is being mourned by all members of the 13nnd Chanters and Deputation teams all are wearing invisible black arms b.inds. Look for 'em. Last Rites Held For McM Dragons 'I wo Di.iioii1- both j H'. it Me Mot i institutions bit tin dust tin- .iek Thev weie Hill School ei tin p'osident oi "Gland Di.ij on" ol Kip San men's social elub and the I!ed Diagon lorn; time ti.inspoi latum m of the lollogo The two Diagons i.ime to Mi Mm i the same e.u Sihnolei (.line is a tiishman fiom O'Don- nell High Si hool m 1!M1 and at the same time .Joe Spie;ehnue nottd McM e fiom .luaiiv Me no gave the Red Dugon to oauv MeMun music.il oigani7.itions and deputation teams to the font lomei s of the eaith The end came...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1953

The War Whoop VOL. XXX Cooper Elected Prcxy Of Mure Teachers Officers for the next year were elected Monday night at the regular meeting of FTA. Ed Cooper will serve as presi- dent of the group. Katherinc Roper was elected to the office of vice-president. Jane Wilson will serve as secretary Marylin Wright treasurer; Jane Ann Stecn. reporter; Gaynell Cleckler pariamentarian. One of the largest organiza- tions on the campus FTA strives to better prepare and acquaint students with the purposes and duties of Texas teachers. Mc- Murry chapterc of FTA is a mem- ber of the Texas college FTA chapters. Fry Burrows to Star In 'Them Lovely Hills' Helen Fry and Tommy Burrows will be co-starred as Lucy Rcn- fro and Clay Dawson in "Them Lovely Hills" announced Bill Adams director after a week of auditions. Scheduled for May 7 and 8 the musical comedy written and pro duced entirely by McMurrians Library To Sponsor Student Hobby Show In observation of National Hobby Month the McMurry library will e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1953

t The WAR WHOOP Thursday. April 9. INS CAMPUS EXCHANGE JJ Jt -Practical . Some men arc a I it lie too practical. Quite often it. lias been said that McMurry needs a new litis or any number of other tilings worv than it needs a carillon. McMurry lias many needs. Sometimes McMurry needs to bo waked up and sometimes the soul of man needs to bo roused also Perhaps the carillon will he used as a reminder or ai alarm clock to awaken the souls of men. The carillon is beautiful both to look at anil to hear. As the soups ring out ami sour above the earth shouting the glory of (Sod to all the world a new birth may come to some heart which otherwise might be overlooked. If only the economic or mercenary side were presented the carillon wt.uhl definitely hold its own place. It is about the third largest set of chimes in the I'nited States. It is among the largest in the world. Size has nothing to do with beauty; how- over the carillon is beautiful to hear. Perhaps the greatest part of these bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1953

Tlmnfar Aa . IMS Ito WAS WaUX McMurry 4m 9JIR Ko Sari Basketeers Cop Intramural Flag Ko Sai i men's Mieial clul) snatched the men's intramural ba-kctlnill ciown fiom the jaws of di-foat in the recent two-of-three playoff sciies with IHR. Both teams finished the tegular season with 9-1 lecords. IHIl started the series with a convincing 67-50 victory over the Knights but the following even- ing Ko Sari came hack to win 47-39 and Tuesday night edged the Uoosteis 46-41 to cop the championship. FIRST GAME urn d'.T) HiiM-i Mil J 8 .. SisMim . . MOMK ... AMI ill km W.ittion Morton . KO FT VV 21 1" 11 6" VC KT VV TV KO SAllI (f.0) l'Ut-r White Strickland t'ooper OW-mont Dulln Afflt-ck tiflf 20 10 21 Sports By WILL Spring Sports of all kinds are seeing one of their heartiest sea- sons on the Reservation this year as witnesed from action on the cindcrpath through the gym on out to the tennis courts and finally to the Municipal Golf Course. In the realm of intramural sports basketball is just ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1953

Hi WAR WHOOP thurWaf . AfiU t. ms Pi 4 MH aBBBBrBMBBBBBBBsBBBBBBV BBL v rK Zbbbt' "MtlQEirW Lsbbbbbbi sssiiiimlsv9AsiWl9slsB BssbAHsbI 3" sBah BBBBBBBBMiBBBBBBT rBBBBBBY " BBBBBBBBM HbbbV' BBBBbW VbbbV HBT'EBHB'i JbbbWI lIbW TWO McMURRIANS. Hope Medina and Richard Deatt. are member of the council of the Texas Methodist Student Movement which met on the McMurry campus recently. Here assembled (left to right) are Sterling Wheeler state MSM director; Harry Kiely. University of Texas; Carol Jean Sandlin Texas Tech; Milton Propp Southern Methodist; Martha Lipe Lon Morris: B. J. Stiles Texes Wesleyan: Marshall Hodge state MSM president Houston- Tulletson; Deals: Miss Medina: Dr Otis Carnes director of religious life at McMurry; Cecil Matthews dean of the Texas MSM. Dr. Roemer German U. By WILL An old Gum in saving rocs that one-third of fatherland univer- sit students drink themselves to death one-thud study themsehes to death and the remaining one- third tule Germany and Dr. Joseph Roeme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1953

Thursday. AptU . 1M3 Tht WAR WHOOP SOCIETY Students Say Wedding VowsDuringHolidays During the Easter holidays it seems a few McMuiry students got the "marrying bug." Per- haps the beauty of spring is tak- ing effect on the rescivation! April 3 was the wedding day for James "Curlie" Mathews and Jane Grimes. Wedding vows were exchanged in the Novice Methodist Church in a double ring ceremony per- formed by the Rev. Luster Loc- kett senior ministerial student in McMurry. Mrs. Luster Lockctt also a senior accompanied Mil- dred Akens who sang "Hold My Hand" and "Because." Deon Martin served as best man. Jere Lawrence and Hub Straughn were ushers. The bride wore a navy faille suit with navy and white acces- sories and carried a white Bible topped with gamalias. Willa Hitchcock attended the bride as maid of honor. Both the bride and groom are students in McMurry. The groom is a veteran of the Korean cam- paign. In a formal late afternoon cere- mony Ruth Ann Crumpton and Clyde Smith exchang...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1953

The WAR WHOOP Tkunfay April t. IMS Indianaires Give 80 Programs Travel 4000 Miles in Six Months 0mm!mmm Though it's not unusual for musical organizations to be in constant demand as entertainers the Indianaires of McMurry Col- lege have probably set a record this year. The Inidanaires a male quar tet have provided 80 different programs since their initial per formance Oct. 23 1952 six months ago. Take Thanksgiving Christmas and Easter holiday time from these six months and it averages nearly four perfor mances every week for the men. "Except for the money side of the deal we sometimes feel al most like professionals since we keep so busy" laughs the four- some. Making up the quartet arc Clifford Hal) David Arnold Ken- neth Rodgers and James Bell. Arnold first tenor stands on the left side while Hall second tenor fills the extreme right Bell bass and Rodgers baritone serve as the middle-men. A natural arrangement for a quar- tet? Yes but Arnold and- Hall the "outsiders" both stand ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 April 1953

52 Students Make Mid Term Honor Roll Fifty-two students aic on the honor toll for the fust nine weeks of the spring semester re- leased by the lcgistnts' office this week Students with a 3 00 gr ide point average arc Patty Ray Boothe Richutd Deats Shitlcy Hangiovc Mrla Holcomb Mary Ann Hud- dlcston Llwanna Latham Linda Lockctt Grace Sharp Byrdic Lee West and Peggy Whitson Also on the honor roll with gt ades between 2 00 and 3 00 are Bert Affleck Jimmie Campbell Billi Gand Bob Epps Elizabeth Henning Florence White Judv Duvall Barbaia Jorhelz Dons M Johnson Bill Riffe Christina Rockovcr Wayne Daniel Sue Hollow ay Flonne Houy Lota Butchee Bobby Jack Price Doi othy Wescott Orue White Gavle Browne. John Dickey Rich-nd Sell June Edington Samuel Phillips Bill Wnvnc Sisson Don Hunt Anna Belle Tyson Phjllis Moore Mildred Akens Bob Ely Madeline Gregory Jo Ann Hitt Eddie Hodges Dcloics Irvine Stewart M Dobbins lmo- gene Price Betty Cimpbcll Patsyc Rue Husband Mary Nell Taylor Zona Donley Trcva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 April 1953

a The WAR WHOOP Thursday. April II 19S3 I . Jo- riot rnother Jnel "We've Kt too many organizations on the MeMurry earn- pus."' That's a statement one often hears . . . ami which most everyone seems to agree with. So what do we do? Every year. we organize a eouple or three new emits. Inconsistent T Maybe Hut niacin- not. Mabe the problem is not "too many elubs" but "too many of the vanie people in each club. There s been some talk to that effect. Maybe if we had a system of limiting . . lTiider Ihe suirircsted system one person couldn't be in so many organizations that he couldn't stand up under the load. And it would tend to eneouraire those that sort of stay in the background to take a more active part. Certainly the solution is not to pass a rule saying "You enn't organize any more clubs we've got enough." Some newly-founded campus organizations have done some very fine work notably the Wesley Players with their inspirational Easter play. Sigma Tan Delta English fraternity has com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 April 1953

Zi1i.-r" r xltorw" Thursday April II 1153 WAR WHOOP Pit 3 -SOCIETY- TIP Presents Spring Pledges In Rock Garden Thirteen pledges of TIP were introduced Thuisday night at n formal presentation held in the Rock Garden on the campus Members of the other social clubs IHR Kiva Ko Saii Delta Beta Epsilon Gamma Sigma Kappa Phi the fauilt admin- istration and p.nonts of the pledges were special gucsfs Don Hendley TIP swtethe.ut announced each pledge as she crossed the rustic bridge ovei the fish pond decorated with float- ing roses to meet her escort. At- tired in pastel foimals. Jan Ann Steen president of TIP welcomed the guests to th presentation. Gwen Nunn provided th entertain- ment with two rocal selec- tions. "Blu Moon" and "Blu Bird of Happiness." Multi-colored Japanese lant- erns lighted the Rock Garden. Byrdie West and June Edington presided at the refreshments- punch served from a slowly melt- ing rounded ice block encircled with red roses Liz Lujan presid- ed at the register. Othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 April 1953

Pa 4 WAR WHOOP Thursday April IS. 1153 Jere Lawrence Seeks Re-Election As Prexy .Icic Liu unci tunning foi election as picsHcnt of thi btu- dint Council cpt esses his th inks to tin stuck nt body foi thi puvi 1ili th.it li is bun his this vi u ol saving i tlu it piesident I.iwuncc believes in iclucI to the t un off ck ition to be h Id to mmiou th students mi) uish to uitiMdu tin following fncts He began hit student coun- cil work as a sophomore in high school He served as president of the MYF of his home town church and was active in the summer assem- blies of the Northwest Tex- as Conference. In McMiuij hi his bion ic tivi in tin Pi ess Club ind saved is .in officer in Kiva social club He h.is piivmuslv. mvd is cl iss repisint itie on thi Student Coiinul ind dining lus turn is piesident tin Council his Ik in piiticul itl ictivi in tlu Ti s is Intcuollcgi iti Student Assoni tion Tin 'lii lnti icolliRi ite Studint Assoc iition is i rcntnl bod consisting of tin sludint councils of mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1953

The War Whoop 1 No. 25 VOL. XXX AIULKNK TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1953 J f PICTURED art three of Christian Foundation! newly-elected officers for next year. They arei president Orlla White: vlce-preal-dant Bob Eppti tacratary Ann Brock. Orlie White Elected Prexy Of Foundation Orlie White was elected presi- dent of Christian Foundation for the 1953-54 school term at last week's meeting Bob Epps was elected vice- president along with Ann Brock secretary and Fieida Harrington treasurer. Chairman and co-chaiimcn of the various commissions are deputations Jimmy Forshey Lucy Richmond; missions and world friendship Hope Medina Kenneth Newcomer publicity Wayne Daniel Tamca Thompson community service Anne And- erson Richie Lane; Patty Boothe Ginger Walker recreation Bruce Willis Barbara Amos Pianist is Dottie Floyd with Delores Irvine and Bonnie Boyd as assistants Before the business meeting a sing-song was held with Mrs Dorothy Brandt of Sweetwater at the piano o McM Deputation Ttam Goes to...

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