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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 March 1966

[he w |f!e\ March 22, 1966 THE RAMBLER | )iuii {$ [i-zen ; | pat ite I & |*o Red Q Cain I for i; J' 4 [ II should I UJt i has a or^ ' U.S I i.eaonj B bat* K : Why ih has ^ lowed t; it has la SltUal I iCui on,- and I;: lonistdf |r.ot aj; ■seen is Korean i sted ill ea. crnizing Draft Test Slated Far TWC Location T*C has been selected as one of 69|C' leges and universities in |o be sites of the upcoming s for students. Ijiil 100,000 bulletins of in- format: sttBtefi's plus "application blanks for Stint; it. are scheduled to be malted to state draft !x>ards Thurs- dajg|| Color Morris S. Schwartz, state fSelective Service director, said indents could get the bulle- tim. yid blanks by writing their local Boards, or calling at any. Doara jjwome college and university towBS, arrangements may be made vritHwcollege or university regis- trars to h ave the infonriation bul- letins and application blanks "on Page Three |ng the test is entirely op- tlonal with students, Colonel St^ifartz p...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 March 1966

Page four THE RAMBLER TWC Coeds Host THEA Convention A FOOL'S SOLILOQUY They say that all the world's stage, Each man .must play his part, I'm resigned to playing a fool. A fool with a tell-tale heart. Tuesday, March 22, A group "of TWC home econom- Texas Home Economics'Associa- ics students served as hostesses tion held at the Statler.Hilton Ho- for the 48th annual meeting of the tel i#M>allas, March 11 and 12. - I memorized all ray lines. Several meetings were held cov- l nevpr missed a cue ering all areas of home economics and presented by" expert speak- ers in that field, Among the many Ca Editor's Desk ... (Continued from Page 2) countries of the world would won- distinguished speakers was The der if the U.S. would also back Honorable Sarah T. Hughes, Judge read between the ••0 But had you lines, You'd have seen my love for you. down in North Viet Nam, and, in a sense, be's^P^ing the Commun- ist Chinesa-^^come in South Viet Nam, as they did in South Korea. If our national in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 March 1966

N, 'as Tuesday \ |//arch 22, 1966 THE RAMBLER I |>n kt\ Ana ne or i ' area in liism i I" >: 1 Assb > andi I lid Sooi pt tod# hryll I liors arti |bmit cifi Posti r Class Gets uation Info I class sponsor John ^•associate professor of history. h;w announced several ytjSmkt<^ if>r ;r;uluatint: svn- K spective g r a d u a t e s place their orders for 1 gowns in the Ram. jpost in the Boaz Stu- dent Center from now until April 6. TaJflfers may be given to Mr. rrav*femall, Ram Trading Post ma|®ger, for announcements ie cards. Paperback' an- nents are 25 cents each, \ leatherback announce- mentf'are SI.25, and name cards for insertion 'into t he annonuce- meftts are S4.00 per 100. All cards and announcements lift be paid for when' the tlar is given to Mr. Small, btfWMn now and April 6. S17.00 graduation fee, which Includes the price of re- mittal and diplorrt'a, must id in advance of,,grad*la- the Busine^nJffice. galia Page Fiva Auditions Scheduled For Campus Revue DA\^IO KANN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 March 1966

mmumm Pag e Six THE RAMBLER * \ Tuesday, Marc* I ANNOUNCEMENTS Boy's senior high school class nary workouts soon, for the meet ring, Woodson High, 1966, Please return to Denise Barber, JE 4-2353. Softball applications must also bo in next week before the player draft, which is to be held prior to the Easier holidays. Deadline- for these applications will be noon Tuesday, April 5. TWC Beauty Shop 3112 E. Rosedale JE 5-290Q Call Us For Your Special Hair Fashions Club News OFFICERS OF THE NEWLY FORMED PRE-LAW CLUB who werp elected last Wednesday at the.club's first meeting are (I. to r.) J. L. Phinney, president; David Stagner, vice-president; David Griffin, secretary and Dr. Edward Richards, clob sponsor. The .club will meet tomorrow at 1 p.m. in Dora Roberts Dining Hall where an SMU law shoo) student will be guest lecturer. —photo Uy-<>>eve Williams ' <* " I One halfrfare ID card is as good as another to Florida or 79 other places. Show us any airline's youth ID card. If ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 March 1966

arch 22, 1966 THE RAMBLER DL Bonnie « site outi ge Tof n Pa?e world ^ inar."A in«i rested'®1 11 orli inish St"* to lulatifl? trips. nk with ir.ea® interna' rstaw® iformai i art' ;c, tM mom NOT AGAIN DEPT.: The current warm spell has flushed outthtOie season creaturcs again' \cs, the "sockless wonders" are out infuH j^c'1' once more. The "sockless wonders" are those persons who wear loafers without socks, remember? Holy High School! final curtain calls were being made at the last performance md Dolls Saturday night, the cast received a very gratifying F94YHe first time in the history of the 12 TWC murals, -ce rose to its feet and gave the show a standing'ovation. Idn't have been a better way to close out a fine show. !ORIES OF THE MUSICAL: How can anyone forget AL tir^g'elown white on his eyes every three minutes. . . . Then MARSHA HAGQUIST, who loved for LARRY GILDINGS T the nightly neck massage. . . . Speaking of love, BETTE and WYMAN PRIDDY spent all their spare backstage time 1. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 March 1966

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March | f.i & tP & *'-• " V I ■ David Helbing Leads Wesleyan To Victory Over TarletoH State SPRING IS SPRUNG AND BASEBALL IS HERE! The TWC base- ball team defeated Tarleton State College 7-6 last week at Syca- more Park. —photo by Steve Williams Texas'" Wesleyan's first-year bftseball team finally won j&ir first game by beating Tarleton State, 7-6, at. Sycamore Park base- ball diamond No. 4. The previous four gatnes were only lost by small margins and. theo losses were most- ly a result of errors caused by in- experience. Coach Walter Langston said, "Although the team has gotten off to a slow start, I hav^eveiy con- fidence "that thfey will finish the .season very strongly." i Wa"de Styles was the starting pitcher" and was credited with hurl- ing a very successful ball game, even though he did not win the game by "himself. Replacing Wade in the top of the sixth innirtg was Jj.hn Alexahrlfrr, wb^-tmHirl prob- ably have" finish^# the. ball g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1966

#, m m an te MM 8 UK FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE. FORT WORTH. TEXAS. TUESDAY, MARC-H 29, 1966 39 No. 23 TWC Diamond JjbHea Ytar \7 []/ Texas Wtsfayan Co fie; 4 tS91-l)SS V fort Worl/i • nr iM nor? 3 lhe sixth] ii td to 3 KIT; ILLING OLD TIMES as students at Texas Woman's College Law Sone, the former Vivian Adams, wife of the Presi- of Texas Wesleyan College, and her guests for luncheon on us last week. Standing, I. to r., are Mrs. Z. R. Fee of Dallas, rmer Mae Sandlin; Mrs. G. R. Sensabaugh, the former Helen ely, also of Dallas; Mrs. Sone, and Mrs. C. B. Jones, thfe r Irene Bone, of Dallas. —Photo by Steve Williams Groundbreaking Planned Thursday For Arnold Reed Science Center .. .. t • "An unexpected surprise has addition to Mr. Reed, founder and fwrfi're a satellite 'building, lo- been ...tentatively planned for chief administrative officer of the cated between the Science Center groundbreaking Thursday," stated Great Commonwealth Life Insur-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1966

> f it Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March^?9 ){,$ 2%&JZZnJ30 SL Show J4h C cutis areleSSneSS French president Charles DeGaulle seems to be biting the hand that feed's him. ' ; • & His recent renouncing of NATO, which is headquartered in Paris, and his desire to remove all American troops from *"* France, seem harsh measures that should be given more con- sideration by DeGaulle. ' * , Ths writer lived in prance several years ago and during that time became closely associated with the French people and their ideas. The French people themselves consider the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as th£ backbone of free Western Europe. France has always been an integral part in this group of nations. Many nations turned ear for trouble, however, when President DeGaulle recently recognized Red China and began trade with the Red Chinese. The French people were uneasy with the merger, especially with the assassination of President .Kennedy still fresh in their minds. They were afra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1966

£ I , . March 29, 1966 THE RAMBLER id# At IWC Since 1948 Page Three 1-i Dean Cox Lives in World of Education J. Eln er Cox, Dean of the Col- upon to represent the college in viih < I * Gaspj ' Rsoibler I r ■Die Doa lege, is a man who has spent his wbde life in the world of educa- tion, ex cept for the four years he spent in the United ijyates Navy with th. rank of Lt. Commander. Dr, Cox has served as Dean at IWC:since 1948. Generally, he is responsioli"1 for students ..and fac- ulty personnel and academic pol- icies of the college. pi ing on college business Jr pleasure keep Dr. Cox a busyjjfanan. Many times he is called " M distant places to discuss college grants or new personnel. Dr. and Mrs. Cox have traveled extensive- ly all- over the Americas und Eu- rope. Dr. CoX" has many color slides of his different tours of curious places. Dr. Cox-has achieved national the Shrine. F6rt Worth has been home to Dr. Cox for many years. He has served as supervisor of Masonic Home, principa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1966

it,*" ' Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 1966 4 i S RIBBONS 'N BOWS bring a, smile to Cecelia Roehl in her party ..dress she made ' herself. She complements it with acces- sories of white gloves and white mid-heel slippers. WEARING A DRAPfr over his shoulder, "sari-style," is John Robinson, "model" in the home /economics fashion show last week in assembly. John adds just the touch of spring with a flower-decked straw chapeau. GRANNY never looked like this! Linda Hartman, junior, models her version of the granny gown, a very "in" costume, for dorm- lounging or party-going. « —Photos by Steve William#' <21 Club Hears SMU law Students Two Southern Methodist Uni- CF u versity Law School students spoke to-TWO'S newly formed Pre-Law Club last Wednesday in Dora Roberts Dining Hall. Jim Wallenstin, a second year student in the Law School, and Bob McCain, a third year "student, told TWC pre-lawyers about SMU.'s Lasr' School, * and about "what to expect of any"law schoqj in general. Wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1966

AAarch 29, 1966 ivmm THE RAMBLER Page Five V " I I I filliam i. I larch group 3 for its I 2346 : will pt I and qs ft" Ronnie Dire Red WcCo, Danny Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title SKfiUL FOOL'S DAY comes this week and the timing couldn't have bt" n hotter. By the time Friday gets here and we finish our tests there gmy bo a record-bwakirig number of FOOLS. Woe! Oh, Woe! , ■; TV> C' students were entertained last Monday night "by one of Anient i's foremost nimble-fingered" pianists, DAVE BRUBECK. The Dav£ Bin beck Quartet paused for fine night in Fort ,Worth at TWC before -ontinuing a throe-week tour of Texas. THE BRUBECK SOUND & STYLE permeated the FA auditorium and dr.''ted outside the building into the cool nigh' air. His selections varied ind his mood changed often but ali of Uie numbers ware audien favorites. The biggest crowd-pleaser was the ..recreation of his fSieordi'd hit "Take Five." f* BACI^TAGE Mr. Brubeck proved to be just as "cool & groovy" m hi< music i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1966

Page Six THE RAMBLEK — Z.. "— Tuesday March 29jI9J , SHUTTLECOCK ■V Foods To Please? - - Students Investigate by tarry Giddings vantage of this situation, ACC in- Spring has sprung! Fall has fell, stituted an inter^wnptis enter- etc., etc. and March is blowing out tainment exchange to relieve some like the perennial lion. But .your of the duller moments in o chapel. from Under this plan, the three col- leges exchange their most talent- ed students for performances in chapel. It's really g{>ne over big; too. There are four colleges in the Fort Worth area. Any idea*, folks? Hats off to Pan-American Col- lege, again! They have taken home all the prizes for forming the most ingenious campus clubs. Last various week it was a folksinging club and this week the college newspaper featured the Judo Club. Self-de- fense, anyone? Also fron^ The Purple and White of Millsaps College: variety has been discovered in cafeteria food service. One night a week the student cafeteria will have "Smor-...

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

■ & diffe a tj |evem ■"H'ndsj] the'n ptu P Q eat I 34 HE RAMBLES TWC FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 ■XA5 WESLEYAN COLLEGE ,FORT W'ORTH, TEXAS TUESDAY APPIi. 5, 39 ' ' - 1966 No. 24 Diamond Jubilee Year V?5/ Texas Wes/eyan College J891-1960 V Fort Worth TAKING PART in last Thursday's groundbreaking ceremonies for e Arnold L. Reed Science Center were Dr. J. C. Streett, chair- an of the science division; Dr. Law Sone, President of the Col- and Mr. Arnold L. Reed, president and founder of the Great mmonwealth Life Insurance Company of Dallas, and the $500,000 or for whom the Center was named. Behind them stands the !x8 color picture of the $1% million structure. Dr. Foote Initiates Groundbreaking Ceremonies for Reed Science Center 4* SOLD i mo St-fftfCf Cint .v . * «. SHIIli K> fed Cross To Offer ^ter Safety Courses :LL tative I jny % ies |n-: utor and leadership train- in wqter safety, first aid, and fcll craft will be offered this timer at American National Red ks ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1966

Pag e Two THE feAMBlER Tuesda/, April. 5, a Can /e iristians^an f\epau s / d~ iJle <r*Z^)elt to (Christ lie walked the lonely roads seeking to tell an unwilling world the glorious news of God's love. Many listened to the new revelations, while others scoffed and even threatened. The world was not willing to accept any new concepts or teachings. "What was good enough for our forefathers is "good enough for us" was the general opinion among the leaders. This man was hailed, as a heretic, a menace to society that should not be allowed to corrupt the minds of people. lie violated the accepted rules of the old order by associating with moneylenders, undesirable neighbdring groups and the rabble considered beneath the social level of the ehurch leaders. His brief ministry was ended by death upon a cross between two thieves. Kfter three days he , arose from the dead, giving salvation to a world that neither accepted him nor wanted to be saved. His jiame was Jesus Christ Almost two thous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1966

^ jrriculum Includes o Honors Courses 5, 1966 THE RAMBLER Page Three ■ narrtil forth 1 fnon lane.. Lrch. I he atri.' Id. p« I the d |r. Jaq Par!a pard krticips l.xec'jt.' 1'tia. fC offers two honors courses to students on the basis of tion from the instructor. r.ts eligible to apply for these es must be of either junior pi or levfel with a 3.0 grade ge or better. TTLECOCK... [(Continued from Page 2) Mil take away their toilet -they're going to die." How f- :vit :;rab you? inner of the Dandy Double er Award this week is Jack rden who so. profusely stated platfprm. for cheerleader at We quote: "I have no he- van' in blevens to cheerleading, but rtiile at TCU, I have observed [efirrite need for womble-bar- ig, and if elected I will try to renee this." FLASH!!!! There's a reported per shortage- in Oklahoma! The ociation of Women Students at Stral State College in Edmond, lahoma, have stumbled upon a feifire-, method to raise funds, ley have a "penny-a-minute" ght. Under this plan, women...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1966

Page Four -J2&- THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 5, Talasek Wins Prize A group of home economics girls visited the fashion show presented by Texas Women's 1/niyQrsity at Titohes DepartmentV3tore ih\ Dal- las recently. AH, clothing shown was design- -ed'by the girls and included sports- wear, evening wear, rain wear and street wear. Nancy Talasek was recipient, of the door prize which consisted.,.of approximately $50.00 worth of material. . SELECTIVE SERVICE... (Continued from Page 3) al school of the first class com- mencing after the date he com- pleted requirements for admission and if such class has commenced, the school has certified that he^s satisfactorily..pursuing a full-time course* of instruction leading to hi? degree, and in his last full- time academic year prior to the entrance, into such school achieved a scholastic standing on that year's work within the upper one- quarter of the fall time male stu- dents.,in his class, or has attained a score of 80 or more on the Quali...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1966

ril 5, 1966 THE RAMBLER m ~1 She Reel WcCt in;e r an-} : tuba, requires el r of V III migi ..white rabbit is coming soon with<all manner of colored goodies. We are cleaning up our Easter baskets and hat we've been rock!', tf# (SALENT A-GO-GO: A host of local students journeyed to the Flags Sunday to audition for the Campus Revue at ver Texas. 3 •V/'. if," their various tyjents were TWC performers DAVE DY MAULEY, JACk STfTEVILLE. GARY COLLINS, INSON, DAVID ZEPEDA, and TWC-ex LIN'DA BALD- iaps we will see some familiar faces at. the Crazy Horse jar. * ' * ' . . ||peaking of auditions: TWC director MASON JOHNSON coirege's most talented performer, JOY GARRETT, to the Oklahoma City University summer musicals: Joy is musical comedy, having played featured roles in four fC and one at Casa Manana. S " ° in |ditioned for GYPSY and sang two songs from that show plus one fijbm BELLS ARE RINGING. MISS GARRETT is obviously city's finest actress-singers. We often wonder what is the casting dep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1966

O Page S;x THE RAMBLER Tuesday, A Jimnastics by Jim Ncreb Coach Walter Langston, the in- tramural program juggler, has an- nounced that he and his faithful assistant, John" Storment, have successfully arranged the I M ten- nis 'tournament to give everybody the opportunity to play in both the doubles and the singles. Both admitted they were mildly- shocked at the number of partici- pants who signed up and admit- ted that they had approximately twice the number they had an- ticipated. Playing started yesterday but none of the scores have come in. They will continue until some- time^after the Easter holidays. Rob McBride reports that he and his doubles partner, Tim Cur- bo, have "been practicing until .late at night on the table tennis court in order to warm up for the com- petition on the big courts. Coach Langston has also or- ganized a gymnastic club for the benefit of those people who either have the Sammy Strong-guy type shape or would like to have diie. The club will meet each Tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 1966

_ m Elections Slated SA *1:-* rv- -ym % wmmL f: OLLEGt beat Ma <ainar an and Holt in i for Campus Officers Election Sets Way for Others '*3 TATE beat P! I Allen i m lumsdcn'aj Jville, TO Mike Mi ly W'ehra lirt in, H bhman, 3-1 Pro® kson, TO Garza as lackson aJ >"and Ms for medal in My erly fNCE-WATCHERS daily stop and peer at the progress being made in the construction of the $1% |iilion Arnold L. Reed Science Center, scheduled for completion in the spring of '67. HE RAMBLER I FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964 TEXAS WESLEYA^ COLLEGE. FORT WORTH. TEXAS. TUESDAY. APRIL 19, 1966 VOLUME 39' No. 25 Trustees Meet [Twenty-five members of the bard of Trustees of TWC are icetins today in the Judge £ ' w. Armstrong Library *>in 10 a.m. until noon. They 'ill eat lunch in the Dora bberts Dining Hall. While on campus, they will be ti a ii the construction progress the Science Center and the jfomen's dormitory. I In celebration of TWC's 75th InnivQrsary, the Fort Worth (tar-Tel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 1966

MMM MMM & Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 19, Wake Up, America Letters to Editor | Students Face Draft Last week Texas Congressman Olin Teague mailed to many Fort Worth residents a questionnaire concerning the legislation to be presented in the next session of Congress. It is interesting to consider several of the questions for which the pamphlet requested a "for" or "against" answer. First, the Viet Nam question was mentioned. How to raise the tax money for this war was mentioned second. The choices for the answers to these questions were contradic- tory and vague. One might suspect that the problem in Viet Nqm is the biggest problem facing our society today. This is Tho' subject was excellent, the what the,, government would like its citizens to believe. In comments sounded great, but since truth, the major problem in this country today is federal certajn sitirfitions existed. I felt Or ..Enlistment Choice The spring semester is coming to a close, and many you men between ...

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