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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1953

ae 2 The WAR WHOOP Thursday April 23. 1953 Jfiem cJLoveiu rrts -roducL jrine f lonSi MeMurry will he the M-eno of two rather unusual events in tin field of oiiiertainnieni in the near future. The first is to lie the world premiere of the movie "Medea" tin first (.reek Iriigod. ever filmed In filming this pieture Hill Atlams head of the MeMurry speeeh department got the jump on everyone including Hollywood The pieture is in full eolor and sound and the musical background was composed for it by Macon Sumerlin associate professor of musie. There has lieen a nationwide interest shown in the produc- tion ami retpiests have come from all over the country to get the movie to show. Letters have been received from the I'niver- sity of Southern California Northwestern University I'niver- Hity of Syracuse I'niversity of Alabama Indiana Teachers Col- lege Kastern New Mexico ami mony other colleges universities and high schools. The pieture was filmed this past summer in and around Abilene anil ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1953

Thursday. April 33. 1153 The WAR WHOOP Pag 3 DELTA BETA'S BANQUET Saturday night at the Windsor had a its thtma "Spring Song." Program was "April in Paris" as con- trasted with "April in Texas." Delta Beta Banquet Follows 'Spring Song' Theme Theme of the annual spring banquet Riven by Delta Beta Ep- silon in the Crystal ballroom of the Windsor Saturday night was "Spring Song " The focal point of the decora- tions was a platform "at the west end of the ballroom On it was a large piece of music depicting the "Spring Song" theme There was also a swing entwined with roses and leaves The colors chosen for the banquet were the pastel spring shades of pink yel- low blue lavender and green The tablas were decoratad by rows oi black yarn representing lines of music. The candle-hold ers in pastel colors were in the shape of musical notes. Place cards were also musical notes. Peggy Whitson president pre- sented the welcome and Lancllc Easter secretary of the exes gave the .response. The guests...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 April 1953

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Thursday April S3. IMS Intramural Track Meet Unrttls In McM Stadium Undui the Ligtiis of Indnn Stadium n foui-wa inttamuial tiai.k and field moot wis unuclcd last night Results woie not known at pi ess time but it wrs expected to be quite a dog fight fiom stait to finish The entries weic highlighted by a sin pi ise tntr of a team called the Anti-Fiat Rnts with Kivi IHIl and Ko Sin being tho icmaining teams Entiies were as follows ANTI FRAT RATS shut Mild lt iih 1'iIip InmU I Wn Coiiinniin Hi i nl Jnrnn Atkins ( nl n I'iirIIkIi Timjlii rn Hlkh Jump I'iikIIsIi Cm In Uion. Ion Hamilton inn ii.i HnY Alklnx rtl Tlmvlm IN in 120 nnl I hnrrtl. k lm Helm 11 shti mi limns II won sptltiK iwiIIpn vHn Chnrli h I'll t n I li Ml 1 until sinltti 1'iin 440 Nlltll til IN 1 URlWh liiliv At- kltiv HiiinIis niKliuii n II li 1 1 I Hi SliKNri Infr Anitln 8H0 Mi il til)N sliiijnt Anvt III P.HN Hl.NllM Mill ulnv Till Autln ltnwrll 1 1 in Hi i iliti n IHR Mint Himiis lliitttli tin 1 ilc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1953

'Medea' Premiere Set Tomorrow Night World's First Greek Tragedy On Film Unreels in Center Tin' nion "Mcilcn" moro tliaii .1 xenr 111 (lie tiuikinjr is ruulx for its xoill picniii'ii' to 11101 tow niulit .it 7 tl) 111 tln lijiilfonl Mcinoiial hhnliMit iv Cditci miditoi nun Mnili1 111 lull i 0I01 .iml sound the M Miui.x pioilut'tioii js tin- lirt i ti k tinn'lx ixi 1 film- oil 1 im fjioup llollxxxooil nu'lutli'il Hill Adams hi'iul of tln spiMvli cIcpiittimMit in ilui'itor .111(1 ptOlllKIM. Folloxxing the stage pioduction f ' Medea" last spi ing by the Mun Theatie the idea of pio- ducing the movie xv.is bom Adams had fell foi a long time that just as the theater xxas xx-oithx of academic efforts so cinema had matured sufficiently to xv.nrant inx cstigation Since the stage plax ' Mode 1" had been gixen si) successfully it xxas decided that the same cast and ciexx could make the moxie A graduate court. "Ad- vanced Production." was plac ed in the curriculum in order to award credit to cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1953

Thursday. April 30. 1153 Pf z The WAR WHOOP UhUd mt Six. Movie Making Not New To Director of Medea' Though "Mcdca" shown for the first time at its premiere tomorrow night is the first movie which Bill Adams has directed in many years it's by no means his first he laughingly remembers. Adams heed of the speech department at McMurry. first succumbed to the tune of "lights camera action" when he was Just six years old and the proud owner of a Keystone hand winding movie camera. He cast all his neighborhood friends in his production. 'Royal Pies." and got off to a flying start. It actually was a "flying start" relates Director Adams for the movie consisted of pie throwing. The world pre- miere was held in the Adams living room in Fitsgerald. Ga. and paid off something like S1.2S. Directing "Medea" was quite a different story. Adams had a group of some 30 college students in his "Advanced Production" class who served as cast and technical assistants. Camera and lighting equipment alone i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1953

Thursday. April 30. 19S3 The WAR WHOOP Pete 8 Ko Sari Squires Keep Scratching "Scratch scratch scratch" that's the familiar sound heard from Ko Sari squires lately in an attempt to subdue a faint itch somewhere. In short the reason might be expressed as "It's in the bag." Spring is the time for an old tradition for Ko Sari pledges the wearing of tow-sack under- wear. This is one of the oldest of Ko Sari's traditions dating back to the days when Garnet Gracy McM business manager was en- gaged in the fight of burlap vs. body! ' V v POSING ON THE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS ir tha German students who attended the convention of the Texas Associa- tion of German Students in Austin recently. Left to right they are Ona Belle True Frank Lewis. Beth Garrison. Mrs. Roland Schaefer. sponsor Sheridan Mallott Florence White and Jimmy Forshoy. Seven McMurrians Attend State Meet Of German Students Highlight of the recent con- vention of the Texas Association of German Students attended by six McMurry studen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1953

Pag 4 The WAR WHOOP Thunday. April 30. 1IS3 Payne Succeeds Jowell As Basketball Coach Twin announcements fiom Di Hill old G Cooke piiMdenl s-iw a m.ijoi eh.inge in the athletio dep.utment Cmch Mel Jowell head bisketlnll coieh and assist- nnt football cmch Ins lesigned offectie June 1 and Edgm Pavne foimer b skctball and as- sistant coach at Kilkcn has been named to the position Joining the MeMunj conching staff at mid-tetm in 1141 Jowell coached the Reseivalion basket- bailers for font seisons Dining his four cais with the Indians Jowell on 40 and lost 67 Rimes He h id teams endniR up in the top biaeket of the Texas Confei- rnce foi two eais The Tnbe- men 'inishtd in a thuew.n tie for second plue in ri0 11 and sh u id one-third of the ch impion- slup in SI .r)2 A '40 Riaduate of MeMuir Jowell was an All-Tiis Confei- ence Rinrd on MtMuu's eham- pionship 47 and 451 footb ill te ims His plans foi tho piesent are still indcfiniti Pajne a lJrl Riadinte of Mc- Mum will be on the eainpus M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1953

72 Seniors To Graduate Hi JHHMIHHWIi I il THESE FIVE INDIAN BANDSTEM will be playing their last concert at McMurry tomorrow night. Graduating band members ara (latt to right. Doris M. Johnson Richard Daats. Bill Schoolor. Charlla Beene and Pat Brandt. Bond Concert Honors Senior Members The McMurry College Indian Band will preesnt its. seventh annual rlassicial concert next Friday night Mav 15 in Radford Auditorium at 7 30 The purpose of the concerts is to honor the seniors who are graduating this year The seniors who graduate are Dons Johnson of Andrews four year member Pat Brandt of Sweetwater four year mimbct Bill Schooler of O'Donncll three year member Richard Deats of Big Spring two year member Charlie Bcene of Haskell three car member The McMurry Band has been known for its novelty and enter- taining numbers but this pro- gram is altogether for the classics The numbers to be played are Triumphal March from Sigurd Jorsalfar by Grcig Altantis Suite by Safranek Egmont Overture by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1953

Page 2 The WAR WHOOP Thursday. May 14 1853 lll& Chanters Asked To Audition Smohe ianalA 9 n I cJLuckj Jjc KJOOt 'I h n is ulwiivs u turn win n old li u mis must pint mid fot tin st mots tin turn isn m it I Imsi ill tiswlioan imt fttiisli oil with inn ilin it mn will miss tin i uluntis ot it wlio an K'liiti mit into tin hat (I t tin 1 woiM win it i i rom statts as an .mi itt ui to mill i tin it tottuins ot tin n mistottums ' 'I o tin frnitlu iiinir si inois ot MiMuttv (olhpw tlttul out apptiiiatnm lot tin t ttswlinli mi lint kivhi to lintlni .Mint ttlm itniii wlinli will soon In strung tin wot Id Wt liopt that with wlat mi Iuim ItJiimd hole addt d to what life will tiaih Mm mi will niaki sin h mi iinpttssioti on somtj that jott will stand out iiom vonr millions ol follow tin it not as just a irradu.itt ol MtMutrj Colli go hut as a graduate of life's school of t pt riomo Ml of ou will not t iko positions of pronutiic Some will In si hool ti a In rs in small towns some hank tollers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1953

Thunfey. May 14. TIm WAX WHOOP Delta Bata Enjoys Picnic At State Park if . if. x4 9L VXB 'vB V .1 w wk! . v mKKNnKBKm. " SHI ARABIAN KNIGHTS wu tha thtmt of Ko Sari's banquet hald May 1 in the Windsor Hoitl ball- room. Lucy Richmond wai pratanxod aa club swMthaart Lucy Richmond Named As KS Sweetheart at Banquet Lucy Richmond was named Sweetheait of Ko Sail lust Friday night at the group's annual spring banquet One hundred and twelve mem- bers pledges and guests attended the banquet held ut the Windsor Hotel amidst i setting of ' Aribian Knights ' Anothei highlight of the bra- quel was the piesentatton of new officers Junes Knbv was named Gi md Soveicign Kcllv Pieison w is elected .is Chancellui wlule Kicliud Sell was chosen Ch mcel loi of the Exehcquei Jim Jowell w is n imod Knight's Grind Com- mindei Fiank Lewis Counscl- loi and WiiMic Daniel Scubc Bill Schooler tetiung Grand Sovereign picMdcd at the ban- quet giving the welcome address md inti adducing exes attending Will White in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1953

The WAR WHOOP Thursday. Mar M 1183 Pat 4 PICTORIAL REVIEW of YEAR '52-'53 iwirtfflw FTv1' KCT GREETING THE STUDENTS at tht first of school was anothar nawcomer to tha campus tha staam calliopa which was tha gift of Swaatwater insurance man. Ocia Hut. LH jjLiiiH sbbbbbbb ' ' .bZIMPbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbTsbbbbbbbbbbbbb' bbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVT !sbbbbbbbbbbbbbb NO PICTURE COULD BETTER raprasant tha arar prasant part which sports play on our campus. Also raprasantad is tha clash be- twaan tha Indians and tha HUltoppars. TEN YEARS OF PROGRESS was calabatad along with tha Willson Lacturas honoring Dr. Cooko and his tan years at Mc- Murry. No man has given mora to McMurry than has Dr. Cook. Tha War Whoop recognises the great asset we have in our president. BBBBBBF'" & ' BBBBBBV SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf "VBBEM J SmrM 11 J9Xw PBBBBBLSsWsSiB bbw i-'MaHll'' ' fsaHaVwlMBaaHi .- BILLY SISSON TRULY rep- ONE GREAT PART OF McMurry that has just ended is pledging resents part o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1953

Thursday. May - IMS The WAR WHOOP Page 8 ( ) sLB fe sBfSMslHtfaJBBB !JRV t' PVPPVmtBHeSliB. Bm IFBBBBpI mBBBBw V &Aal REPRESENTING T. I. P. AND West (right and Flo Houy receive Mrs. Ethal Trlca. TIP placad first tha sacond consecutive year. Kappa PlU SicomJ TIP Wins Women's 'Mural Championship TIP won the award for scoring the highest number of points in women's intramural sports this year with Kappa Phi coming in second. Mrs. Ethel Trice director ol women's physical education pre- sented trophies to the two teams in assembly Tuesday. An organ- ization must win a trophy three consecutive years to be able to keep the trophy. This is the sec- ond year for both TIP and Kappa Phi. Thara wara 42 girls who had tabulatad SO points for an award IS girls received 100 point awards and 4 re- ceived 200 point awards. Tha girls receiving thalr SO point awards wara: AUca Spurgin Carolyn Cridar Evelyn Wast Ann Maa Adams Battia Fos- ter. Palsy Green. Myrla Hoi- comb Maa Alica Vaughn Paggy Whits...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1953

Pag S The WAR WHOOP. Thursday. May " Medea Premiere Called Success The world premier of McMurry College speech department's first film took place Friday night May 1. Approximately 1100 per- sons attended the first showing. Th picture wai filmed dur- ing the lummir of 19S2 by th students of McMurry Col lag under fh direction of BUI Adams. Barbara Doug- lata no wservlng ai speech tachr at Plainview High School took th starring rol and Mauric Pulllg who is now teaching speech at Throckmorton was her faith- less husband Jason. The audience seemed highly receptive to the movie. The fol- lowing is quoted from Tracy Tothills' column in the Abilene Reporter-News. "Overall quality of the pro- duction was exceptionally high considering that it was executed by amateurs. If a critic wanted to pick a quarrel it would have to be on the technical aspects of the filming which inciden- tally were far superior in the second portion than in the first. STUDENTS do better work with a "WNGFOUO" forthtir ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1953

'.rv w Freshmen Registration Goes Over 200 Mark i o Ohio and Iraq Called Home By Some Indians Students on the McMurry cam-1 of McMurry College conies to Mc- pus this year come from all over the country but three of them top the list for traveling a long way. Coming perhaps the farthest distance is Krikot Hartiyun Ma- mikunian 19 of Bagdad Iraq whose English name is Gregory Harry. "I find Texas exactly as Amer- icans called it The Lone Star State" Harry told a War Whoop reporter "But I had the impres- sion that Texas was full of shoot- ing cowboys and fast death." Harry said he had found Texans very friendly thus far and mar- veled that the administration treats the students as "friendly as a son." Dorothy "Kate" Evans daugh- ter of Dr. Medford Evans dean Jere Lawrence To Head Student Body Again Heading the student body this year is Jere Lawrence McMurry senior from Sweetwater who will begin his second year as student council president on the Reserva- tion. Vice-president it Bart Af-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1953

Page 2 TK WAR WHOOP Friday. lplmkM 11. 1IS3 ZJke vUar Entered as second class matter August 27 1923 at the Post Office at Abilene Texas under Act of March 3 1879. Published weekly during the school year September through May xccpt for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry Col- lege Abilcno Texas. .. . u The War Whoop is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation and the Associated Collegiate Press. Subscription Price Kditor-in-rhiof Business Manager Society Kditor Snorts Kditor Features Kditor Reporters: Hope Medina Orlie White Jimmy Forshey Betty Camp bell and Cns Itockovor. Jo the jrtedh Cdito rials unen "Welcome Slime!" is the greeting most of you probably heard when you arrived at the Reservation. Well we mean it even if it did not seem like we did after the first slime meetings. You are really welcome here for McMurry is to be your home for the next four years. That is it will be your home your workshop your fun house if you will make it that. After ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1953

Friday September 11 1IS3 The WAR WHOOP Page 3 McM REPRESENTED AT MSM MEETING Seven McMurry students were among .some two hundred delc- gntcs to the Methodist Student Movement South Central Con- ference held in Hawkins Texns August UO-Septembci 5. Tho delegates from Mc- Murry College were Ella HiU Hop Medina. Tamea Thomp- son. Jimmy Forthty Bart Affleck. Richard Deals and Orlia White. Meeting on the enmpus of Jnrvis Christian College the annual interracial conference had as its theme "The Church for You Doth Wait." Dr. Harland Hoguo pro- fessor at Scripts College Clarc- mont California was the plat- form speaker for the week. Officers and representatives were present from California Oregon Louisiana Alabama New Mexico Texas Ohio Kansas Oklahoma Maryland China and India. Outstanding laadars for tho conference included H. D. Bollinger from the Board of Education of the Methodist Church; Olcutt Sanders from the American Friends Service Committee: Rev. Finis Crutch- field Jr. Norman. Okl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1953

Pago 4 Tho WAH WHOOP Friday SJoptombor 11 1853 J octet u i " Vacation ZJime Students IIVIeanA vUeddinaS As usual summertime seems to be marrying time Several Mc- Murry students who arc return- ing to the campus this fall said marriage vows during the sum- mer months Mildred Akcns junior from Hawley and Jere Lawrence sen- ior from Sweetwater were mar- ried July 27 in a double ring ceremony in the St Paul Metho- dist church in Abilene McMurnans who were a part of the weddinfi party included Pats Green Elna Ruth Peterson bridesmaids Don Ramsey and Wayne Parker were groomsmen Patty Boothc was organist and Gwen Nunn sang Lawrence was president of the student body last year and was elected to serve as president again this year Joan Bickcrstaff McMurry sophomore was married to Jim- my Neyes Melton of Dallas Aug 18 She was married in her home Maid of Cotton Winner To Tour U. S. and World How would you like to make an all-expense air tour of many leading cities of the world in the United Sta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1953

radar. Mptembw 11. 1133 The WAR WHOOP PageS 1953 Schedule McM Indians Date Opponent Gamesite Sept. 12 fSul Sul Ross State College ..... - Midland Sept. 18 Open Sept. 20 1 West Texas State College . . . - Canyon Oct. 3 1 'Eastern New Mexico University . . Abilene Oct. 10 fNcw Mexico A & M College . . ... . Las Cruces Oct. 17 'Abilene Christian College Abilene Oct. 24 tMidwcstcrn University . Wichita Falls Oct. art t'Austin College . - Sherman Nov. 7 1 Lamar Tech College - . Ballinger Nov. 14 'Howard Payne College - Abilene (Homecoming Game) Nov. 21 1 'Texas A & I College Abilene t Night Game. Denotes Texas Conference games. " Will become a Texas Conference member in Spring of 1954. Conoway Goes That-A-Way BY TOM CONAWAY When the Redskins take the field tomorrow night at Midland against the Sul-Ross Lobocs many of our boys will remember a greener much less experienced gioup of Indians that went out to do battle with the Lobos last year. This year the shoe will be on the other ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 September 1953

Pat The WAR WHOOP Friday. September 11 1153 ATTENDANCE RULES RELEASED BY V. P. Regulations concerning class at- tendance arc the same this year as last announces Dr. W. B. Mc- Danicl vice-president and former academic dean. Students arc expected to at- tend all classes and laboratory pe- riods regularly and punctually. Absences will be classified as au- thorized and unauthorized. Absences while representing the college or for protracted illness will be classified as authorised. Absences for other reasons in eluding illness for one day or less. shall be classified as unauthor- ised. The student will not be pen- alized for authorized absences provided the work missed is made up in a manner satisfactory to the instructor. To promote regular attendance the following schedule of penal- tics based on a 3-scmcstcr-hour course as a standard will prevail: (a) For the fourth hour of un- authorised absences the se- mester grade will be re- duced one letter. (b) For the sixth hour of un- author...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 September 1953

fijeLsLsLsLBgw r .KH fS'"TSl n-jV? itHKSBHL .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbY SECOND SLIME BITES THE WATER Wtldon Crowley imhmin from Kerens. Texas is the second slime of the year to hit deck. Weldon said upon returning from the brimoy "It was cold fel- lows. I want you to know it was cold!" The editor wishes to apologise fox not getting the first fish. He was Just too slimey to photograph. Dean Evans To Direct ' Chapel Programs Chapel programs on Tuesdays and Thursdays of McMurry stu- dents will continue in the same manner as last year's services. At- tendance is required at these ser- vices which will be under the general direction of Dean Evans. Assisting the Dean will be Dr. Will-Matthis Dunn the college pastor who will be in charge of the religious programs on Thurs- days and the Student Council which will delegate groups to take charge of the student activi- ties programs on Tuesdays. The Thursday services are similar to regular Methodist church services and local Abi- lene pasto...

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