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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 1966

Tuesday, Apr il 19, 1966 the rambler Page Three For College Juniors ral Students May Work OlCf College tfucents and teachers, summer by Manpower, Inc., world's with past workim; experience, in largest temporary help firm, ac- almost unlimited numbers are cording to President Elmer L. needed to iffill assignments this Winter. ► [for Is To Arrive y 19 Event from today, the 1966 Manpower has^ anhounced that it is looking "for 12,000 students and teachers to work this sum- mer. Mr. Winter said interested stu- dents should apply to the Man- power office in the cities where TXWECO will be I Rented to4he lher plan t0 sppn(J (h(? s I 1 sificaa I Dwgf e | live dr i summer. student body On May 19, at. 10:40 a.m. during the AwaitJs Day ceremony, Mrs. Joann Langs ton, sponsor, will pre- sent the anmul for Editor Jack year are unavailable for job as- Stutevillej who will be out of town. S'Knn^f"ts' Mr' WmtJA" Pointed out. rhis means A hat students During the summer months, thousands of mothers w...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 1966

Page Four SHUTTLECOCK THE RAMBLER Tuesday, Ann! Student Elections Eminent -— Definitely No Laughing Matter Politics are burstin? forth on the To this day, Unitas sits beside her ly-iiddition^to your book of Facts ■•sprint; scene on many college campuses. Banners and speeches ■ : highlight heat- e d campaigns for student body offices in colleges all over the state. Browsing through some of the campus publications, we note platforms printed for candidates who have definite ideas about improving the student government situation at their school. - At many of the col- leges, the student government or- ganization is a' mere figurehead or the butt of many snide remarks. Pre-Law Club Heai Judge Don Leonard Judge Don Leonard, p judge of Corporation. Coui; spoke to the Pre-I^aw Clu! in church each Sunday and and Figures from the Purple and watches her say "I love you" with White of Mills aj;s College. her eyes and sing his praises with The richest. community in the her smile. . United States ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 1966

jfe 4 April 19; 1966 THE RAMBLER (ear lar |Vedn« tsDj \ Ulte Keel WcCo, Ronnie lP Danny iist like all you fortunate students who took exciting trips the Easter holidays, we als<? took a pleasure journey. lowever, we dida't pick the usual college resort areas such as ort dale, Key West, Mexico City, Cocoa Beach or Galveston, jto an immediate absence of greenery in our "travel kitty," our je was someyvh^ limited. • < we found ourselves trying to ehooSWbetween Azle or Saginaw ndj< dec!'up in Watauga. Oh, the sheer rapture and joy of a luxurious acat Turn green with envy, all you readers who stayed home! R. DAILEY'S DILEMMA: If the Wesleyan Singers director t believe in Batman, then how can he believe in the Green arnet,' or Wonder Woman or Olin Pewitt or Captain Marvel or (rtlident Johnson or the Sraadow or Martin Luther King or any of ur other famous super'heroes. Oh! the agony of adulthood, y "'iaNAMES IN THE NEW5 — Margaret Brown, who has always [ArliBs ^B°one of our favori...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 1966

Pag e Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, At —^ J i m n a s t i c s by Jim Nored Stickmen Win Oklahoma Invitation] Prepare To Take Honors in Abileni Intramural Softball season will all those ,wly> are interested in TWC's golfers, with a .repeat placing four men In the t<jp places R Linvillo, TWC get underway later on in'the week; playing must come bv the IM Oklahoma Intercollegiate Invito- Thv Hams Melvin St arks won the Terry Hicks, EXM but before this can be effective, office and fill out an application tional. Tournament title -under college division with 221 for thr^e Mike Martin. TWC blank. Coach Walter Langston-has their belts, seek to defend their rounds. Roger Linvllle of TWC tied -R. Branagan, TWO said that up to now the turnout crowh in the Abilene Intern&legi- for second with 224. The Rams' 15. Othick, ENM .b as been very good, but more .stu- ate this week.^ Mike Matfin was fourth 'with 223, Chuck Renner, EN^ dents will be needed in order to The 72-hole Abilene tournament*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1966

Atine Nancy 75- io-Ti |VESTERN TWC Hoy Burr David rgeann Cheerleader Time Elections Scheduled Thursday and Friday Georpoann Mitchajlis a fresh- man business major Hurst. She is a member of Entre Amis and was also presented at the Presentation Bali. • Boy Candidates David Hooten is a freshman dike v trtm-I irons. m 29, 30 ournalists Journey o TIPA Convention The Texas Wesley an journalism iams and J«'k Stuteville. 'DLEY lepart nont will bo represented Both TWC's publications, The inS his>$"i'kend. April j^l-SO, at the Rambler and the TXWECO have May, -jBjjflpl Texas Interco^;iate Press entered in competition with -U; s:i|satt'ition Con\jent'ion in Odessa other Texas colleges. This year's Joa'nn Langston, publica- Rambler will have several -indi- T\VC. BHsponsor, and Trudy Marley, vidual entries including feature It's that time again when the represented T\VC in Glamour Mag- student body selects the four azirte's Best-Dressed competition. cheerleaders for 1966-67. At assetn- They s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1966

mr Page Two THE RAMBLER ^ 3s Students Determine Outcome of Elections Student elections have become little more than three- ring circuses. The few candidates who even attempt to cam- paign may be sincerely interested in the office, or they may merely be tacking another title onto their long lists of honors. It is up to the student voter to decide ths candidate who will, do the best job and who will" be concerned with the best interests of the student body. However, the "students "fail to take more than spectator roles in campaigns. They dumbly listen to candidate qualifi- cations and promises. Some may possibly sign petitions with- out even noticing who or what" the petition is for. « When the election is over, the usual rumble of complaints about the new offio^rs. Those who grumble the loudest are usually the ones \po took the least active part in the activities. Students are constantly complaining, about not being treated as intelligent, responsible adults, yet their actions belie ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1966

, * U. -v by, April 26, 1966 THE RAMBLER Three isla fpaioi i//een We£>£> Brings Home f/ifc Mail; iuld You Believe in a Two-Ton Truck? I •- I i I WECOj ,, 'ev| I i 1 I srholaJ '■ ' « | by Jack Stuteville Rambler Staff Writer 'first madwoman in Fort is a student at Texas van College. She is Colleen , junior pre-law major. Joen, who explains the term- jy of her job as 'mail robber', d work on the Handley mail three weeks ago. Skc obtain- le job after a law was passed said college students can part-time jobs at local post There was no part of the ft'hich stated that these stu- could not be girls, so Col- Bapplied. applying, shg was required to |l out about 40 papers, have rprints taken, ahd have a inncl interview. Colleen re- plied with astonishment that the only thin<-> thin wasn't required was a civil service test and a health check. No A that she has the job, it is herfauty each afternoon from 4:30 to B:00 p.m. to drive a two-ton no specific uniform except a mail hat with...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1966

Page jgyr THE RAMBLER Tuesday," Apri Deka Honors 8 Members , At Presentation Dinner Deka social club presented eight •merflfJers at their Spring Presenta- tion at the Fairway Steak House. Their theme, "Our Spring Bou- quet," provided, a background of spring flowers, an arch of green- ery and a fountain. , Those presented were Beverly Buch.inan, Pat Cumming, JoAnn Glass, Jan and Nan Haima, Sue Hullum, Anita Rox and Jiffy, Thompson. Beverly, an English major from Fort Worth, is freshman cheer- leader. Hej- song was "A Summer Place." Pat, an elerftentary educatioS major from Sherman, is fresh- man senator. Her song *was-"'Try To Remember." Jo Ann is a Fort Worth fresh- man majoring ip elementary edu- cation. Her song was "Lalira." Jan and Nan, who are from • SI—^ Class To Present Two Sterling Works TWC's 'Drama in the Church' clags .will present Our Kind, a play by Nora Sterling at the May 2 meeting of Omega Chi. Dr. Alice Wonders, chairman of the Human- ities and Religion Division, wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1966

April 26. 1966 THE. RAMBLER Page Five Ronnie in Glis Dhe Reel m Danny lit of ."j ave you noticed how quiet it has been this week? You'll have re the rumble of.«the bulldozers to'answer thts question. You'll ave to igr#>re the sirens of the ambulances-racing down Rosedale. lost.gilent spot on campus is undoubtedly the fine arts building. Vesleyan Singers are on their spring tour. Rest and peace has come to our campus. . , PARAGRAPH OF PROTEST: If you are a male driver under 20 of age you are most likely paying outrageous car insurance Minimum liability rates for most American'automobiles driven ige drivers are welT over $110. Most of their jalopies are not worth Si 10. Safe drivers pay the padded prices which are caused bkd drivers. You should also take note that i.t is the young (I ft-fio has the high price onl^^^aad. not the, safe female driver. But jthe*accident statistics of are included with" the males. Alpprale car owners.under 26 are even paying for the mistakes by women dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1966

Page Six THE RAMBLER <* Tuesday, April 26 ■■ ■■ ® ■ Golfers Defend Title Invitational Collegiate at Abilene 1 Tournament It's Retting to bo a habit for Coach O. D. Bounds' Ham Rolf team. Winning championships, that is. • Last week the Rams successfully defended their title in the Abilane Intercollegiate" Invitational Tour- nament. The week before, they had repeated as champions of the college division in the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Tournament. The Ranis won the Abilene title by a whopping 14-stroke margin over East Texas State and South- Mi KE McBURNEY, a member of the Ram tennis team, goes through his paces at a workout.—Photo by Steve Williams. Rams Drop 2 Matches;! Face Midwestern Today The Texas Wesleyan tennis team former college stars from the area faces a busy schedule this week, —plus <yie pro basketball player— .climaxed by a Big State Confer- joined the Ranis' to make the work- ence "doubleheader" Friday. Coach Elmer Hanebutt's Rams were to open the week's activity ...

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

V Compete for Student Association Offices •' ' SlvJ Noting for Offices legins on Thursday [ by Connie Thompson Rambler Staff Writer lr!\e Student Association can- It are campaigning for of- iiefore voting Thursday ^ind ()■ The contestants'"will pre- [ their platforms to the stu- nody during a special assem- Thursday. h three candidates1 for presi- aro William H. Walter, Dan- icCoy and Emm^lf'J&ckson. • students running for Stu- Association officcs include Johnston and J. L. Phinney [vice president; Joy Garrett Tamara Jindsey, secretary; [Cheryl Stinson. Ken Wiekett Willard. B, Hunter, trerfSVrec. ling for the office of Chie.f he declared in his personal, cam- paign pledge. Danny McCoy is a junior speech- "! drama major from Fort Worth. He i* president of Texas Wesleyan Players, member of Alphi Psi Omega and Alphi Chi, Student Ed- ucation Association and Press Club. Danny was a class senator dur- ing his freshman and sophomore years, and was Freshman Class favorite. He is co-amus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1966

Page Two THE RAMBLER ~a~ Tuesda-, J Cuba Still a Threat Under Castro Reign - Off the shores of this country, within 60 miles of our boundaries, is Cuba, or 'Castro land.' Cuba no longer seemg to be in the news, although the problems that our country faces with Cuba are still here. Supposedly Castro has removed all the missiles from his shores. Americans should remember the Russian ships that not long ago transported missiles, covered by larg^eanvases, back to her home ports from Cuba. Castro is still the dictator of Cuba and he is still a member of the Communist party. He has an army equipped with modern Russian weapons. Last year he allowed disillusioned Cubans, whom he was unable to "feed, to flock to the Southern seacoast of our country. In fact, Castro is still a vital threat to our country and to the success of democracy. Why does our government continue to pacify Fidel Castro and his regime? Our Congress is con- sidering a bill to send foreign, aid to Havana University for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1966

May 3, 1966 lications Sought m Post .Office Fart Worth Post Office is r; applications from local rKM^vho are interested in I jo- lt postal clerks or city car- Postmnster H. T. Cowan has inced. A sons who apply and who pass tten test given by the Civil ce Commission will be placed on-a list of eligibles and will be coifder ed for future job openings, t ks and carriers are now paid rting rate of $3.57 per hour, annual increases for six years 3.08 an' hour and additional ase every three years" to $3.50 our. Anyone interested in. a r in the Postal Service may In,, complete information from Executive Secretary, Post Of- Establishment . Board, Room ', main I^st Office building, ter and Jennings Streets, Worth, Texas. ie Post Office Department is argest employer in the federal ;ce, and provides facilities in- nsable to the nation's com- c and defense. Postal employ- o[ j raept is unusually stable and nor- Emall\ leads to a lifetime career. Outs' inding postal workers ad- f vine.- to superv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1966

X flaggy Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, May 3, State Official Speak: To Bahrampour's Clasi they have begun to think of selves first. Stressing the fact that thi has a promise to keep in Viet Mr. Cleveland said that it be an unforgiveable vvroi abandon t+iis cause. COOL SOUNDS were produced by the Koch, on sax, is leader of the group. 'Expressions" at the Autiss presentation recently. Warren . • TWC Accounting Major Mixes Pleasure, Business, Expressions by Dave Ford Rambler Staff Writer Mixing business with pleasure seems to> be working fins, for TWC junior Warren Koch. He manages the four-piece combo called the Expressions. If you were at the Autiss Presentation you heard the Expressions play. Warren, originally from Buffalo, New York, now makes his home in Fort Worth. A {graduate of East- ern Hills High "^hiool, Koch, in For the past two years Warren What a unique way to spend has played in the Texas Wesleyan your college years . . . mixing busi- orchestra and the ^and. He has ness w...

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

Wk L, May 3, 1966 wtom THE RAMBLER Page Five Ronnie DL WcCor Danny rokes former, TO, Bridg 'Mary i |:>nh. Che gquist. were ai bident, jJ ■Betty HoJ RED HOT NEWS BULLETIN FLASH: The usual weekly reports of qft- sightings failed to appear this past weekend. However, there were Several reports of the appearance of an old bearded man and (f400 animals peering over the rail of a large wooden boat near :ht of the future science building. "Rain, rain go away .« . !" GHTN1NG CRACKLED, wind howled, and the.rain pelted Ihe ^auditorium this weekend. Although Ihe weather was ominous jet, it failed to-dampen the spirits of the cast of TWC's produc- f You Can't Take It With You. is was the last show of the „'65-'Q.6 season at TWO. Ypu Can't It With You is a tried-and-true property that has senV many es away in gales of laughter. TWC audiences were" no e5cceto- |, Sarah Sti secretaij surer, Mi 3gette F( krsha le story revolves around a warm but weird family, the Syea- and the only normal member...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1966

mmj ■; :j" Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday Golf Teafti o Rams Seek Big State Crown This Weekend The rain and North Texas State finally cooled of> TWO'S golf team last week. Week-long downpours kept coach O. D. Bounds' Rams inactive except for a non-conference match with NTSU Wednesday at Denton. And the Eagles won that one, 10-1 The'Rams, who already have won the Abilene Intercollegiate and Oklahoma Intercollegiate Tournaments this season, seek to add the Big State Conference cro)*fn to their laurels this week- end St Austin. TWC has won the Bi$ s!tate t^tle so many years that coach Bounds has lost count. Results' of the North Texas match: Ras Allen beat Melvin Starks, TWC, 1-up; Garry May, TWC, beat Jimmy Clayton, 2-up; Allen-Clay- ton beat Starks-May, TWC, I-up; Harold Gardner beat Roger Lin- ville, TWC, 3-2; Warren Luebske beat Jimmy Dellis, TWC, 8-6; Gardner-Luebcke beat Linville-Del- lLs, TWC, 3-2. Ray Brangan, TWC, halved with Ronnie Anderson; Paul Proffitt, TWC, halved with T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 May 1966

WF RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1966 r\ \ c ^ Diamond Jubilee Year \J5/ Texas Wesleyan College 1891-1966 V fort Worth LUME 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 10. 1966 No. 28 31 New Student As^ sociation officers elected last Thursday and Fri- day are (I. to r.) William Walker, Mike Johnston, Tamara Lindsey, Ken Wickett and Jim Moslener. SA Elections Completed; Walker Voted President TEXAS WESLETAN COLLEGE FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE May 20-27, 1966 Friday, May 20 8:00 a.m 10:30 a.m Saturday, May 21 Monday, May 23 8:00 a.m 10:30 a.m All French 312, German 312, and Spanish 312 classes ...All History 324 classes All Saturday classes will have final examinations at the regular class period c? ...M.W.F. 9:00 classes .... M.W.'F. 11:00 classes Tuesday, May 24 8:00 a.m 10:30 a.m 2:00 p.m 4:30 p.m Wednesday, May 25 8:00 a.m M.W.F. 8:00 classes 10:30 a.m All English 322 and 324 classes All English 311 and 312 classes T.T. 9:25 Classes T.T. 1:30 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 May 1966

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, May IQj Actions Speak Louder Than Election Pledges Campaign posters and ribbons have bee$ discarded for another year. The campus politicians have stored their cheer- ful smiles, campaign slogans and breezy promises along with dusty speeches, pictures and other campaign mementoes. The noisy, excited congratulations to winners and the stoic silence of disappointed losers will soon be forgotten. The only re- minders of the elections are the new slate of student officers, new editors and cheerleaders who will take the responsibility of student leadership next year. The candidates all had definite ideas and goals for the coming year, the winners now are faced with the sobering thought that they must begin to put into action some of their proposed platforms. Their new suggestions concerning school problems will be welcomed assistance to the student and faculty cooperation". But they are not superhumans who can solve all the problems of campus life alone. It h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 May 1966

y, May 10, 1966 THE RAMBLtR vail inuol ps' Concert Set y Band on May 16 Unci the direction of Mr. J. Robert Moore, the Texas WesTeJv an Co i' :fl|Kn •■*'!'< Concert. Monday. May 1G at 6:30 p.m. on the Cam- pusljQi adranKle (south of the ad-' ^miiflstiation building). vl s of thsl stua Lany Mrs next This "special spring concert com- bines some of the lighter music to Office.: be wesented in this outdoor pre- ave assentation. The'If "Storm-Kinf tow® ? P* by Walter Finlay- "ssslsUj re istaj names mentis sort, ''Four Russian Folk SdTTpv'* by fejS Liadov and "Newsreel" bv Walla.: Schuman, comprise the firsttpart of the program. Tbe second part includes "Trom- brero" by Frank Cofield, with Jer- Jry' Ro! efts', BUI Hart and Tom Walker on theTwDmbone. Also "The — Typewriter" by Lerqy Anderson • and selections from "Carousel" by Richard Rodgers. ifl Page Threa TW Players Select Slate of Officers MR. CHARLES DUKE, director of the Castleberry Choir, and a TWC-e*, presented his group in conc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 May 1966

Tuesday, May the rambler Page Four Coast Guard Offers Seniors OCS Training . WASHINGTON, D.C. — College fied may be offered flight train- seniors or graduates can fulfill ln?- ," Coast Guard officers receive the their military obligation as officers , uipu l,u"w' same pay and benefits as officers in the U.S. Coast Guard. Qualified other, Armed Forces, Inrloded applicants are notified of selection are 30 days of annual^Jrave and for Officer Candidate School be- free rnedica^and dentijjrare. fore they enlist. Peace time duties of the Coast OCS classes convene in..Septem- Guard include law enforcement, her and February at the Coast search and rescue, oceanographic Guard Reserve Training Center in research, marine safety, and the historic Yorktovvn, Virginia. There maintenance of aids to navigation. tlfe carefully selected college grad- Information on the U.S. Coast uates receive 17 weeks of inten- Guard Officer Candidate School sive, highly specialized training, may be obtained from Co...

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