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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 September 1953

Pat 2 The WAR WHOOP Friday. ptembec II. 1153 DL War Entered as second class matter August 27 1923 at the Post Office at Abic!?-ZHiLL2l22L2lSZ- Published weekly during the school year September through May except for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry Col lege Abilene Texas Hie War Whoop is a member of the ciation and the Associated collegiate press. Subscription Price $2 Per Year Editor-in-chief Business Manager Society Kditnr Sports. Editor Features Kditor Reporters: Hope Medina Oilie White Jimmy Forshey Betty Camp bell and Cris Hockovcr. 2)efi tyinitiond C d i to ri a Is 1 1 ii i ! i m - Spirit Webster defines this six letter won! as meaning courage .energy and vivacity. Certainly having spirit docs in- volve liming courage being animated and showing liveliness hut we feel that it could better lie defined as what the Mc- Murry students showed a "lack of" at the pep rally last Friday. To us it seemed that most of the noise was being made by the freshmen who were gro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 September 1953

Friday twnbar II 1IS3 Th WAR WHOOP Pag 3 J ports Goodfellow First Foe of B Team Opening its 1953 season in In- dian Stndium this Saturday night will be McMurry College B squad against the Goodfellow An Force Base eleven from San An- gelo the only game to be played in Abilene this weekend. Format atonal caller for tha Indiana Doyle Daan of Hamlin. U tha naw aaaiaiant for tha football aquad and coach of tha B taam. Tha Papooaaa will hare a Una averaging about IBS pounda par man and a backfiald averaging 180. The B team will operate from the wing T formation with varia- tions. George Peel 6-6 quarter- back will be directing the Mc- Murry attack. Peel freshman from Rotan is a fine passer with a better than-averagc record from high school. Starting fullback for tho Papooaaa will probably b Jamaa Walla fraahman from QUn Rose. Walla lettered throe yun at fulback for Conaway Goes BY TOM Last Saturdays gridiron tussle seems to have satisfied everyone except may be Sul Ross. The rea- eon McMu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 September 1953

Pafl 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday September 18. IMS McM. ACC WIN Ttxas Conftrtnct Round Up The two Abilene teams came out on top last week-end in the only games played in the Texas conference. Abilene Chustian came fiom behm din the thud quartet to nose out Southwest Texas State 26-10. The game was played in Abilene md w.ts the number one Victoiy foi the Wildcats. The MeMuny Indians returned from Midland with a 13-7 victory oei the Sul Hoss Lobos. Thus giving the Indians a 1 000 per cent aveiage as the season opens. Tlie 1953 Texas Confeience sea- son Rets into swing this weekend with fout non-conference games scheduled. The Austin College Kangaroos take on Southeastern State Okla- homa at Sherman; Texas A&I Javelinas play host to Stephen F. Austin at Kingsvillc; Howard Payne Yellow Jackets meet Mc- Neese Stale of Baton Rouge La. at Hiownwood. Abilene Christian College travels to Commerce to do battle against East-Texas State. The McMurry Indians are idle except for a "B" team game wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 September 1953

' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsBsR'4vflHHH shbvbvbvbvbvbbvbvbmVIbvbvH BBBBBBBBBBHflP ?t sJsSgBSsHsl BBBBBBBBBBBBBbI BBBbr jBBh BBBBBBBBsBBBsBBBsHnffflBBrL. KmH MRS. JAMES KREJCI hat bna named to assist in the biology lab at instructor. Mis. Krejci is a native of Wisconsin. Har husband ia geologist lor lho Texas Company. The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI ABILENE Fish Elections Due On Tuesday Freshman elections for presi- dent vice-president secretary and student council representative will be held following Chapel next Tuesday according to an announcement made by Jere Law- rence student council president in last Tuesday's chapel session. The ballot box will b located in tht administration building. Voting will bagin Immediately al- tar chapel and will continue until Sp.Dk Lawrence announced. According to the registrar's of- fice past elections have not had a high percentage of voters. Only 65 to 75 per cent of the qualified students take time to go to the polls. They further stressed that every freshm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 September 1953

11m war whoop Friday StptomlMr II. IMS Pat I Dlie VVar Vvkoop Entered as third class matter tgiitfiffftu Published weekly during the school year September through May except for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry Col lege Aouene Texas The War Whoop is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation and the Associated Collegiate Press Subscription Price $2 Per Year Editot in-chiof Business Manager Assistant Editor Society Editor Sports Editor Features Editor Donald Hunt Tcjan Cunningham Byrdic Lee West Iris Kendall Tom Conaway Wayne Daniel Ri pmtrrs Hope Medina Jimmy Foshcy Betty Campbell Liz Lujan Sn.i Nnrm.in Fied Glasshock Kate Evans Jerry Lewis Mary Nell Taylor Cdilo rial 6 oLJon't Ljet rVlentatlu jrat Outside ol tlic Bible and ni.vi lopedias more books woio sold last voar loimininir tint than am oilier kind of book Wo have Ik en in living gnat stiidcs forward in the fields of uiedieine of the bod (spetiallv in difcating one of man's eer uureas Hi: pi (d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 September 1953

FiMr a iiu TIM WAR WHOOP $ 3 ocietu I- TIP Only Club Pledging; Delta Beta Organizes Rush week for the girl's social clubs on the campus is to start September 28 but only one of the four clubs TIP is lushing According to Robbie JaPresi- dent of TIP the members of the club will honor the .ushees with a barbeeue suppei on the back lawn of Gwen Nunn's home at 2250 Unncistiy Blvd. on Tuesday night September 2") Tlu theme of the party will be a Western one June Edington and Urdie West aie in charge of the program The other snail clubs Delta Beta Fpsilon Kappa Phi and G. mini i Sigmi hae decided against rushing foi the fall -ernes tn Dilti IUt Fpsilon held its fust meeting of the new sehool Near in Ridfoid Student Building Kiva Holds 'Melon Retreat Kna Soeial Club held thm fust annuil wateimelon Hetiett at State Paik list Fuda with .21 meinbtis md guests attending The outing was highlighted In a mishap linolnng Kia pivsi- dmt Got don Mihon's cai Mahon and Don Hiiim anothei mini- bei and Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 September 1953

M4 Tk WAR WHOOP Friday ltwtw l. IMS I 9 t! McM Library Offers Gems Of Guidance Pleasure "The Wonderful World of Books" thus reads the title of one of the books found in the McMurry library Sounds fascinat- ing doesn't it? We should all become better acquainted with our library Not only doe it provide a qui"t at- mosphere eondueie to study and a vast stole of research ma- teii.il about almost every topic imaRinablo it also includes books which cin help us in many ways otlui than in our class- room assinmi nts Suppoi foi example that ou ate in thai Re of creation for an MT meeting 01 a club social In the libi.ii ou can find several Rood books on leciettion Oi you miRlit detide to combim fun wtih leaimnR . nd lorate with the lulp of The Bibliograpln of Noith Amtnean Folklme and FolksonR some n interesting folk tales sours and R.imes Oi suppose that ou aio un decided about join ocition and w mt to luin some facts about oppoitunitics in aiious fields On a t iblo desiRintid Life Ad- justm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 September 1953

Friday September 35. 1183 TIm WAR WHOOP Page S Indians Seek Revenge Against Buffaloes Tonight The McMurry Indians will be nut to even up nn oil time record Saturday night as they take on the Buffaloes of West Texiis State in Canyon. Through the years 15 games hove been played between these two teams with the Braves winning seven and giving the Buffs eight. White the Indaint will be trying to even the series at eight all. they will alto be out aftar revenge for th gama lait yaar whan tha lad of Watt Taxas handad tham a 19-6 dafaai. The one platoon system is noth- ing new to these two teams os both have been using it all along. Maybe this is the reason for a very close oil time record. At any rate it will be 60 minute men against 60 minute men or a fight to the finish. W. T. Stapler of Hamlin Mc- Murry's all conference tackle is one of those 60-minutc men. Stap- ler missed less than a minute of play in McMurry's opener against Sul. Ross which the tribe won 13-7. Coach Moore describes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 September 1953

Pa I The WAR WHOOP Friday September IS. 1953 ) Rockover Heads New T-V Program Main Discussion for Dr. An- drew C Rockovcr's second week- ly TV prngiam Monday was "Should Wc Fear the Threat of Communism to Our Collefics?" The participant! on the program ware Dr. Medford Evans. Dean oi McMurry College Walter Pope Jr.. attorney Dr. W. Truett Wal- ton. Vice-Pretident of Hardin- Simmont University and John Camp attorney. "The Tmce in Korea A New Hope or One More Disappoint- ment" was the discussion topic for the fust TV propram under the moderation of Dr. Rockover. Discussion was held by Dr. Har- old tt. Cooke President of Mc- Murry Carl P. Springer attor- ney Frank Grimes editor of the Abilene Reporter News and Alex Bickley city attorney. When Dr. Rockover wai ap- proached by the KRBC-TV sta- tion with request for him to be- come a moderator of the Pro- gram 'Take Your Stand" Dr. Rockover saidi "I consider your program as a fine service to our community. The economic and social life of ...

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

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

Page 2 The WAR WHOOP Friday October 9 1953 Oke War Wkoop Fntcrcd as thud class matter Published weekly during the school year September through May except for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry Col- lege Abilene Texas The War Whoop is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso- ciation and the Associated Collegiate Press Sublet lption Price $2 Per Year Editoi-m chuf Business Man iLer Assistant Editor Society Editor Sports Editor Ait Editoi Phntogi iphcis Donald Hunt Tejan Cunningham Bvrdie Lee West Iris Kendall Tom Conaway Kate Evans Elain Giaes Fred McCieaty Ikpoitcrs Hope Medina Jimmy Foshcy Bcttv Campbell Li7 Luj in Sua Norman Jjmes Glasscock Jeiry Lewis Mary Nell Taylor Campus Calendar Oct. 9 Delta Beta Picnic. Oct. 10 Football New Mex- ico A&M at Las Cruccs. Oct 10 Kappa Phi Picnic Oct. 16 All School Western Partv sponsored by TIP and IHR Oct 17 Football A C C at Fan Park Stadium Oct. 23 Junior Class Picnic Oct. 24 Football Midwestern U Wichita Falls O...

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

Friday. October f. 1155 Th WAR WHOOP Pag s f) miu bbbV viB " " ! S&bbbbV sB LLH avnaaHai i$i& BBBBBBB: Br BBBBBBBBBBBBB! 4 SBBBBBtvl bbbbbbbbbbbbu rv-jbbSbbbbV WEARING THE GOBBETT HATS for TIP lhU aamaatar ara Nannatt Weaver. Peggy Weaver. Bonnlo Boyd and Charlana May-haw. t THAT FEMININE TOUCH Lladdu LC adAieA Lan on n i ? UJou oLook J Patty Likes Pickles Shows; Pete is T-V Star Song Writer By HOPE MEDIN Only child in the Boothe fam- ly is Patty Rae a Religious Edu- cation Major and Business Ad- ministration minor. One of the reasons for her being sweet is probably the fact that she is from Sweetwater. Her character traits are the opposite of those generally atti- buted to "an . only spoiled child" for she is unselfish she has a lovely spirit and she is genuinely interested in people Tranifar from Lindanwood Girls' Collaga in Missouri Patty haa angagad in a var- iety of occupations whila at McMurry; aha is Prasidant of Veluntaars. Worship Chairman of Christian Foundation. D...

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

in WAR WHOOP Friday. Octekwr I. 1M3 "" ! J- - - " SsBbbbbi ... r .W' PICNIC HELD BY FORUM VOLS Forum and Volunteer members and their guests frolicked on their annual picnic at Cobb Pork September 26. Under the direc- tion of Jimmy Forshey and Bert Affleck thc group played "bal- loon tog" '3-dcep'" "flying Dutchman" and the ever-popular "post-office." Marcia Hinds led the songfest and Hershel Homer directed the worship which was held before a huge cross silhouetted against the setting sun. Patty Boothe had charge of food while W. C. Strickland was responsible for transportation. Faculty members and sponsors attending were Dr. and Mrs. Otis G. Carncs Mr. George J. Stein- man and Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Huff and their daughter. Others attending: Orlie White Jon Matthews Barbara Jochet Betty Campbell Gene Tucker Elwanna Latham James Miller Joan Arnold John Samuels Shirley Massey Jim Tomlinson. James Glasscock James Bell Lynn Manning Eloa nor Frances O'Kelly Delorcs Ir- vine Mary Lou Odell...

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

Friday. October 9 1953 The WAR WHOOP Past 8 o J ports A e M Ni Indians Tie One; Win Mud Battle West Texas' fnvorod Buffs enmc fiom behind in the fading min- utes to tie the Indians of Mc- Muiry 20-20 nt Canyon u couple weeks iigo. It was the hard fast running of Elroy Payne Bill At- kins and Bill Cantwcll thnlspaik- ed the Indian's charge. Pnyne picked up 166 yards on 23 carries for an average of 7.2 yards per try. Bill Cantwcll rolled up 86 yaids while Atkins accounted foi a neat 71. In the scoring column. At- kim mad iha initial Indian TD on a four yard plunga Payne powered OYtr for tha Stcond from tha on and Cantwcll skirted end for 22 yards and th final score. Phil Conaway booted th two prfct extra point. Last Saturday night McMurry's Indians out swam the Grey- hounds of Eastern New Mexico 25-6 as the rain-soaked crowd of 1200 marveled at the running of Payne Atkins and Cantwcll. The Braves ground out a total of 477 yards while allowing the Hounds only 168 yards. Cantwell picked...

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

The WAR WHOOP Fridny. October I. 1953 PREDICTIONS POLL REVEALS Pago 6 SNAKE GRABS BUCK BY SMALL MARGIN Glenn Bennett took the fur- lined bathtub ($1 that is) in last week's War Whoop prediction poll. .Bennett and Morris Hart- groves tied with 14 correct pre- dictions; however fate dropped its hand on Bennett and he won by hoving the closest number of points to the actual score. Five Indians ventured guesses in the poll and some had a lit- tle trouble with the six tic ball games across the nation. This week maybe your week who can tell. If you need a $1 then why not try your luck by placing your predictions in the prodiction slip in the War Whoop office before noon on Saturday. It doesn't cost a thing but think of the fun you can have with a "green back." McMurry vs. New Mexico A&M . ... HardinSimmons vs. Rice - . ACC vs. Fla State . Austin College vs. E. Central Okla. West Texas vs. Tempe St Texas A&I vs. Sam Houston . . Sul Ross vs. SW Texas East Texas State vs. Lamar Tech ...

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

Band Prtstnts Chapel Program Tuesda 's chnpol pt ograms featured the first concert this year of the McMuny Indian Bund Under the direction of Ray- mond T. Bnum the bnnd pre- scnted the following mimbus "Wings of Vittoiy" n stilling march b Finnk Ventre ' Shoutin' fj?a Tiombone" n trombone noelty number by Henry Fill- mote "Copa Cabana" a simbn b H.uold L Walteis "Mavtimc " selections from Sigmund Rom- berg 'Tumpot Blues and Cant.tbilc" by Hauy James and Jack Mnt- tias Trumpet trio composed of Bob Newman Milt Chester and David Barros "Semper Fideles" march b John Philip Sousa HirIiIirIU of the pioptam was 'Tone Poem for Band" wnttcn and conducted by Tommy Ft of Sweetwatei junioi music major who plas comet in the band Naming Conttst Opens For New Quartet Trio It's time to name the new quartet and trio of the McMuiry Chanteis .announces Di Rich- ard Von Endc piofessor of music O J Wagonfcuhr Bill Mc- Laughlin Jimmy Curtis. and Lambeth Cnbb arc composing the quartet Jimmy Barrons is the...

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

toff 2 The WAR WHOOP Friday October It 1153 Dke War Wkoo Entered as third class matter Published weekly during the school year September through May except for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry Col- lege Abilene Texas. m The War Whoop is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Asso ciation and the Associated tjoucgiatc itcbs. Subscription Price $2 Per Year Editor-in-chief Business Manager Assistant Editor Society Editor Sports Editor Art Editors Photographers Donald Hunt Tejan Cunningham . Byrdic Lee West . Iris Kendall Tom Conaway Tom Rcamy Kate Evans Elain Graves Fred McMceary Repnitcrs: Hope Medina Jimmy Foshey Betty Campbell Liz Lujan Sai.i Norman James Glasscock Jerry Lewis Mary Nell Taylor clobber JIioAe atd. rndianA S.iturilii afternoon is I In day of days for the Indians! It's JlcMuin against tin ernss town Wildcats. This ini it lias a triple meaning for the Indians. First as alwas it's (he A(V frame and it's homecoming for the pussy eats. Net it's our e...

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

Th WAR WHOOP Pag S Fair Park at 2:30 P. M. TRIBE MEETS A. C. C. SATURDAY Friday. October IS 1SS3 J port P &VH StltoiflU McM Indians Roll Over A &M 26 12 McMurry's Indians overcame a seven point lend early in the st quarter then rolled on to -feat the Aggies of New Mexico A&M 2G-12 at Las duces last Saturday. Th Aggies opened and doted the scoring portion of the game but in between it was the Indians who pro- vided most of the thrills and spills. Despite five costly fumbles the Indians scored in every period of tho game to chalk up the victory. On the opening kickoff a fumble by McMurry gave The Aggies possesion on the 28 then A&M's first series of plays was climax- ed by Walton who took a hand- off from quarterback Clark Pressley and scampered 19 yards for the initial score of the game. But the Indians were not to be denied for with only minutes left in the first quarter. Indian quarterback Jo Bill Fox failed a pitch- out. kept the ball and skirted the Aggie end for ...

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

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday. October 16 1153 LAND OF THIEVES? Hollywood's Bagdad Not For Real Sags Native Grogoiy lliil)tijnn Miinikuman (if Bagdag Iraq moie popularly known as Giegoiy Hauy or simply Oii'i! is .1 new student on our c.inipus. Although he has been in the United States for only a short lime he knows as much about the American way of life as many of us do. For in&iance Greg may be seen in the bookstore occas- ionally playing an excellent game of ping-pong. Clou's major is in petroleum cnginceimg !m' eampus authori- ties agice that ho is a brilliant thinker and an excellent .student in eveiy way. Students have obseivcd that he is friendly and a nice person to know. Gregory has wiitten a very in- teresting comparison of Bagdad and America which reads as fol- lows: Is Bagdad The Land Of Thieves? "Bagdad is indebted for its populaiity in the world to a cer- tain extent to a little city in California namely Hollywood which acts as a magnetizcr to attract the money of the...

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

Wii V) SIX SENIORS ?$ v ir Who's Who Selections For '53 - '54 Revealed V V - V 'BBBM jat .a. jVsaSma '.SBBnBBBBB Bra MH mroT .As 'BjUBBI aaBBBBBBBBi rBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBssiBBBTCsBBBBBBBxfec4E?BBBBBs HIGHLIGHT OF THE ALL-SCHOOL PARTY wu the enter- tainment presented by Pete Peterson and his MulMkin band. Stu- dents reported thai tha TIP-IHR sponsored party was a "roaring Oh fU 2bUUf Rom "Wind Was Big Factor" Says Wllford Moore "The wind was the big factor" was the main comment of coach Wilford Moore after the Mc- Murry Indians took their first defeat of the 1953 season from their cross-town rivals the ACC Wildcats. This fifth fama of tha sea- son for tha Indiana waa tha last chance for victory for soma fivo seniors against tha "Cass." Those five who saw action in tha ftnu ware Ken- nath Mays Bernard Waams BUI Hawthorne Gerald Wat son. and Paul Schulko. Two knives were in the back of the "Braves." They were the tall ACC end from California Von Morgan and his thrower Leo Fry who received ...

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