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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 May 1966

ley. May 10, 1966 THE RAMBLER Dke RJ WcCo I Ronnie V Danny Bee- ve you noticed all the .sunburned faces on the campus this Several of the campus social clubs held their annual weekends through Sunday. All clubs reported fun, fun, fun . . ISAPPOINTING BALLOT DEPT.: Last week TW Players held ection for their annual acting-awards. A list of nomineeslwas d from which club members chose best actor and actress and upporting actor and actress. Your columnists were disappointed^ witlj|this year's ballot. Several persons were omitted.from the list, urned in performances as good, and in some cases better than1 of the nominees on the ballot. Future lists of nominees should be ejected more carefully to prevent errors. 'J?e acting awards will be presented to the winners Thursday at the yearly TW Players award dinner. This year the banquet be held at Colonial Country Club. In addition* ttrfhe announee- of best actor and actress, the program wilLinclude color slides C's musical Guys and Dolls and ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 May 1966

m Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday.Ma/ ' I & Wesleyan Golfers Win Championsl As Tennis Team Pulls Off Upsi The Texas Wesleyan golfers won TWC's tennis doubles team of the championship as usual, the Frank Johnson and Victor Powell tennis team pulled off a stunning upset the favored SOPHOMORE STEVE WALKER "bats a 1000" in intramural base- ball action last Thursday. upset, (infl the Ram trackmen had to settle for last place in the Big State Conference spring sports competition. The meets w(ftc held on ,.the weekend of May 6-7. The golf tournament was held ? t South- western University in Georgetown, and the tennis and track compe- tition was staged at St. Edward's University in Austin. Coach O. t>. Bounds' Ram golf- ers won the .golf title by a whop- ping 10 strokes. The Rams' team total was 886, compared to runner- up St. Edward's 896. Southwestern was third-.at 904. Texas Lutheran was fourth with 933, and East Texas Baptist total- ed 1,132. St. Mary's did- not enter "the golf comp...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 May 1966

<s> ISl (set; !*««*■ . RAMBLER FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1966 INDEX-FINAL ISSUE 6AHRAMPOUR TO LECTURE . YE GOOD OLE DAYS REEL McCOYS SPORTS WRAP-UP 6-7 9-10 m tli E 39 fE/AS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, .TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1966 No. 29 ■ v'«: lb at* anq ii wk. bo had ,m. m .ire by Trudy Marle^y Rambler Editor chairman of the science division, sophomores; and Kay JStockton Mrs. Langston then presented and David Hooten,. freshmen. A Diamond Jubilee year of "pro- ,he outstanding TXWECO worker Proficiency awards wel% pre- gress, growth and hard work was award, given by ,the editor, to sented by professors in various framed into a finale this morn- Larry Giddings, assistarit editdf* divisions on campus. Dr. Donald ing during the annual Awards Day Giddkig then nlade-the following Beilah, chairman, of- the fine arts program in the fine arts auditor- yearbook presentations: S'mjle division, presented the Sigma A1-" ium. After the processional, which Girl, Jan ...

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

Page Two THE RAMBLER Thursday. May ?I X Active Mind Builds Educated Workshop Students are like a bubbling stream that flows smootlily along until it reaches its destination. Occasionally it cascades over a deep cliff or is slowed by .rocky obstacles, but it man- ages to continue its* journey. Its water is a welcome source of aid and refreshment for all of mankind, finally, it reaches its destination and settles into a quiet pool. However, the pond can only maintain its usefulness as long as it is active. If allowed to settle, it becomes stagnant and of little use to anyone. . ® Students, like the stream, are carried through a bustling academic year in a rush of activities and studies in quest of an education. Occasionally they must overcome the rocky obstacles of school life, but their achievements are beneficial to the college and community, as well as rewarding to the students. The long difficult struggle of a college term eventually ends with final examinations. Summer vacation p...

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

May 19, 1966 THE RAMBLER - Page Three pillianul Id f ie •:•!« jiew h| to I for-.4 rau Del Engl tiler, pa 1 vice paj Isecretar lasurer. I nizedttj ifcenJ ■itional I Inice Ma |embersk| ■of Alpt |th Beloi Watf J Hartna lo Fraal liller, 09 Sessual lind ChaJ (been Inal seci I "permiil |i jewelf I them officii Chi as liai chaptel t holii h, Ten y 1 Stin iy McCoiJ im Nore Willi# Tiompsoi ive Fori Swansoi Giddinjf inny HaSJ Langstot iggett Installed nega Chi Pres.. ,jon Doggett was installed as ,of Omega Chi, campus iii j'raternily, on May 34 at >iT' of the sponsor, Dr. Alice chairman of the di- ■ • h:S"s phy and religion, ii-ii!. •••.ay wa< -installed as •resident; Glenda Moore, spc-> Frank Johnson, treasurer; '\i riendon, reporter; and Wilson and Jean Breeding, Beta Epsilon ,-ly elected officers of Beta n are Roger Cowles, prcsi- L.irry Moore, vice president; !i r <>. s'. crct.! . Ki'.m U, treasurer; and Robert * m Sakkara kara fraternity has elected -s for the 1966-67 scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 May 1966

Page Four THE RAMBLER Thursday, ,V Fine Afys Department Affords Mhny t Situations in Speech-Drama, Music, Art The Fine Arts Division of Texas Wesleyan College .offers many op- portunities for those majoring in ' arty area of fine arts. In the words of Dr. Donald Bellah, chairman of the division" since, 1940, "TWO has emphasized the fine arts cur- riculum from the beginning of the school's history." Today it includes'training in art, music 5nd speech-drama. "The creative efforts in each area," says Dr. Bellah, "have now become more significant in that now each student must complete a major project in order to grad- uate?" Art majors are required to pre- sent tfhe-man shows of their work. Music majors "must give a senior recital, and in speech- drama, the directing and staging of a play is,required a^a major project. There are many activities that music majors participate in, such as the Wesleyan Singers. This group of select singers, directed by Dr. William A. Dailey, builds a repert...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 May 1966

May 19, 1966 THE RAMBLER Page Five Social Clubs Sponsor Various Projects, Activities for Students :?STEVE CASSIDY conducts last ritjes in an unglorious beverage- " 'burying ceremony. lasses Elect Officers; * o lexander Leads Srs. "lass officer elections came into Clure, Walt Foegelle and Charles .spotlight last week as next Cowser, intramural caMains; Jan [bi s officers were elected. ■—'Rockwell, Fave Wright, David Ze- (Next year the senior Class will peda, senators; Jo Ann Queen, re- headed by John Alexander, .porter; Joyce Campbell, religious Resident; DiPk Allie," vice presi- life council representative and Mr. pit; Linda Yates, secretary; Jim John Cooley, class sponsor. larr, treasurer; Rodney Corder, The president of next year's lb McBride and Eva Wiant, sen- sophorpore class is Bobby Himmel- fcn?; Jo Heaton and Bobby Gal- x-eich. Other officers are Gene Cul- Teath, intramural captains; Mara pepper, vice president; Sharon Mc- feobar, religious life council rep- Niel> secreta...

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

Page Six THE RA MBLER Dke RJ WcCc Ronnie Danny FINAL RED HOT NEWS BULLETIN FLASH: This column is the last to be read by the majority of our dear and faithful readers. OH! Choke back the tears of sorrow and take heart! This space may live again in the summer edition of your favorite weekly, the Rambler., We wish to thank you, friendly reader, for perusing this weekly amusements column filled with facts, fun, nonsense and trash. We trust you were amused and, if you weren't, you will find this section of your campus weekly i§ good for lining bottoms of bird cages and garbage cans. NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS OF TW PLAYERS were announced at their annual banquet last week. They are as follows: JIM BRADY, president; LARRY BARNES,1'vice president; CHERYL WOLFE, secre- tary; and JANICE MADDUX, treasurer. Congratulations to all these kids. ~ SARGENT HILL, last year's Amusements Editor, phoned up from his naval base in Florida to say, . . All that stuff they-My a}>out how bad the service is? . ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 May 1966

3j8gt. >*1 <* THE rambler BYAS, Dave Ford, AcCoy and Cheryl Stiri- after winning tpp act- is v- Drama Enthusiasts Win Supreme Acting Awards *> dispfa ym ft of Hw AND E NANCES rRES! Passion; S>ST 0® Uffl - Take ll INE ELt! hm Bra:; UfOESf ACTRES Oscar'. iReveals The Actors, • •> Presses Who Win The Awards kill mark of excellence back" and we cet to see just exact- thfse events Boyd has shown how Be members of Holly- ly . . how it all started." We rude and completely selfish he has feting community is a see Stephen .Boyd and his pal Tony- become. Soon his home life is Iden figure, the Oscar. Bennett working one-night stands wrecked. §£ > Oscar is usually the with their girlfriend-stripper, apt- Boyd's career begins to falter an actor's career. It is ly played by Jill St. John. Finally, and he seems "to be headed tb skid jrd for all the years of after a break. Boyd turns into ajj row and then it happens. He is apd study. actor *> begins to climb it those lucky pers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 May 1966

X. Page Eight THE RAMBLER International Club Presents Consul- 'South of the border there is than colorful flowers, hull more fights and resorts. There are pep- faeture pie who labor long and hard for General a better* life," said Mr. Arturo Garzu Cantu, the Mexican Consul of Fort Wqrth, during his speech in the May 10 assembly, sponsored by the International Club. • > In giving his panoramic view of what's going qn in Mexico, he surveyed the -educational and in- dustrial growth of his native Irihd. "lit Mexico," he° said, "the ele- mentarv school continues to be the ba?e of educational growl Is ar electric industry is Rousted by the American companies who . manu- pioducts ♦thrt-c such ;«> Electric, Westinghouse : and others. Over 500 textile factories supply one of Mexico's chief products i along with the ever expanding oil industry, he said, "We sjill have a long road U> travel in order to catch up," he concluded. And these schools are fairly good.' Illiteracy Drops Mr. Ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 May 1966

% May 19, 1966 THE RAMBL'ER iseballers Have Good v icleus for Next Year Page Nine ,j£ ■: M| all, you win some, lose ivd sonic are rained out. seball coach Walter Langs- I: - ,.i:ch f«>r that. | nam*, who fielded a brand- seball team-this season in tion for entering Big St^te rue competition next si>a- hanaced one victory against st-s this season. Bu*-"fl:iey their chance for improving Record because of six rained- fctmes that never were re- lied. I Rams' lone victory was over Ion State, a team which jially earned a berth in the regional tournament at kin. season was a very profit- lone,'" said coach Langston. "Although we never reached the point of having a real tight team, we u;ot some valuable experience and will be able to start next sea- son with a pretty good nucleus." The coach is expecting many of this year's players back. They in- clude first baseman Mike Johns- ton; third baseman David Helbing; outfielders David Walker." Richard Hum and Ronnie Galbreath; catch- er Jam...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 May 1966

Page Ten THE RAMBLER Ram Golfers to Seek National Title Next The Ram golfers, with a highly successful season already under their befts, will try to wrap up the year in grand style by winning the national small college cham- pionship next month. Coach O. D. Bounds' team will compete in the National Associa- tion of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) tournament at Shawnee, Okla., June 7-10. The Ram golfers won the NAIA championship in 1964 when the national tourney was played at Fort Worth's Meadowbrook Course. They have fared well in other years in NAIA competition, also. They were second in both ■19&1 ancl'1 J962, third in 1963, and fifth last season, for example. This year's NAIA competition will be played over the Elks Coun- try Club Course at Shawnee, where • the Rams earlier this year defend- ed v|Jieir college division title in the" Oklahoma Intercollegiate In- vitational Tournament. They won by six strokes over Eastern New Mexico in that meet. TWC also won three other tour-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 July 1966

■ HC RAMBLER ' "FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1966* TWC Diamond Jubilee Year V75/ Texas Wesleyan College 1891-1966 Y Fort Worth . . . ■ ■ r- . JAAE 39 TEXAS WESLEY AN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MONDAY, JULY 11, 1966 No. 30 Left t( Starki I Willians itSi 419 Make Dean's List; 9 c * Srs. Take Top Honors —■/ < wm .it"* CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES on the three-story girls dormitory on Avenue B, north of Elizabeth Me ns Hall. The dormitory is expected to be ready for occupancy in February, 1967. Photo by Marcel's the fej Ixpecttd lis fortua I la while School pmbers of the TWC faculty fe 1 ling time for vacations and during the summer ation Rambling —t TWC Faculty 'Sees America First' Houston. A member of the tonic, where she saw old homes, |m the L; joy trips eas< Dr Donald Eellah, chairman of ifaine arts division, recently rr- urn< from a convention of the Music' Teachers Association n oat' of directors for the past tfb ears, he was elected sec- * etai treasurer of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 July 1966

IMMIKlflMMMMHMMMMMMMMHMiMM 0** Page Two THE RAMBLER Monday,; ***V Univ. Editor Sticks By Guns; Fined $3QQ An investigation into the use of marijuana afcthe Unu-e ; against'Arrriette -Bucliana /er" sity of Oregofi has led to charges, against*Aimette "Buchanan, managing editor of the University newspaper, for refusing to reveal her news sources. Miss Buchanan interviewed students on the use of nar- cotics and subsequently wrote articles on tfte subject for the paper. Her refusal caused such an uproar by police officials that she was fined $300 by the grand jury for contempt of court. '"The reporter's access to news sources is one of his chief assets," according to Julian Harris and Stanley Johnson, in "The Complete Reporter." '"These news sources must be carefully cultivated and it is obvious that they must be hon- orably maintaj/ied and respected," the book continued. This code of ethics is nothing new in the profession of journalism. Obviously, the students would not have talked to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 July 1966

da „ July II. 1966 THE R ambler Page Three DL /eJ WcC Ronnie 4 ktudenti iMarcels AND NOW FOR SOME INTERESTING SUMMER TIDBITS! BAD NEWS DEPT: Yes. it is batH^ws time to ail of our students hiiir arid no socks who -"crave Bob Dylan. In the music ,n of Time's July 1 edition, Bob Dylan's style and songs are Sed. "Rainy Day Women,'' which was" one of the songs that IcCoy Boys blasted in the May issue of the Rambler, is singled s a real sickie Ra4io men who banned the record pointed out Rainy-Day Woman, as any junkie know*, .U a marijuana cigarette. h> dfecipigs must really cnjov supporting dope addicts. Thank ness iffrey- are in nujnber. Anyway, we are glad to see that [Time repot/ters are finally -reading our column. BEWARE, ALL HOT-RODDERS!!! We completely recommend [you curb all harsh words to junior Jim Nored. Jim is spending xtra summer hours in Police Cadet,School. The next time that in blue pulls you over fftr some violation, it might be Officer d. So be nice to him. you might ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 July 1966

* Vage Four THE RAMBLER Monday, July 11. 19& Names, Notes, Quotes Hanebutt Searches for Talent; Alpha Phi To Compile Handbook Names, notes and quotes from the TVVC sports scene: Coach Elmer Hanebutt has spent .much ..of the summer beating the bashes for basketball talent., for nc.vt season's Ram team. The coach has been putting" the emphasis on trying to land some solid junior collet transfers, be- cause he is going to need thee.ex- perience badly. ^ "We won't have many faces back from last seeason," the Ham boss points out. "So if we don't get some good junior college boys, we're going to be in pretty sad shape. There is a possibility that we wonlt havQ .a single bqy back from last year - some kind of an - and that rhay be all-Time record." KEEPING IN SHAPE with the use of the campus gym bar* north of the gym is Fred Vonderhoya, ^freshman gymnast from Fort Worth. Photo by Marcel's Some of the* future Rams, plus other collese and high school play- ers from the area. vwll be work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 August 1966

THE RAMBUIt FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1966 Congratulations Summer Graduates VOLUME 39 TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, WED., AUGUST 24, 1966 No. 31 In Poly Methodist Sixty -Six Summer Students To Get Degrees ut Commencement Aug. 26 Sixty-six candidates,,for degrees will receive their diplomas at Tex- as Wesleyan College's annual sum- mer commencement on Friday, Aug. 26, at 8 p.m. in the Polytech- nic Methodist Church. Bachelor of Arts degrees will ho presented to 22 seniors; 36 will receive Bachelor of Science de- grees and 8 w(ll receive Bachelor of Business Administration de- grees. Dr. David W. Self, associate pro- fessor of education at the Univer- sity of Alabama, will deliver the commencement address. Candidates for0 the Bachelor of Arts degrees and their major and "minor fields are as follows: Bial- quin Arellano, Hist-Span; Sand^ao White Belote, Elem Ed-Span; Nan- MRS. ELNORA WILCOX, assistant professor of science, robes senior Steve Norman in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 August 1966

C^y Page Two THE RAMBLER Wednesday, August 24 , 19^ Campus Life Found In State of Apathy This writer has been on the Texas Wesleyan campus for some ten to twelve weeks now and has come to the conclusion that someone has died. Being a cold enough person to get a great deal of enjoyment out of certain obituaries, the writer decided to find out just who had expired. In this sporadic search, occurring only in moments of sobriety which were few and-far between, he was amazed to find no answer. The quest is stil going on, as he has yet to find anyone sufficiently alive. Apathy keeps this campus, and many others, in scholastic, social and intellectual suspended animation. Most of these students are wasting the most valuable years of their lives. The college years should be a vibrant time of experimentation, transition, and at times a bit of rebellion. All too soon most of us will be' a part of the relatively stifling eight-to-five world, having lost the time of doubt to a lasting term of n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 August 1966

Wednesday, August 24, 1966 THE RAMBLER Page Thre« * 8. y n y on Faculty Roams U.S.; Dr. Clark Takes Wife „An old-fashioned "pounding" „was given by the education divi- siort last month for Dr. Howard Clark, of the education faculty, before his recent marriage. Dr. Clark and his bride, former- ly of Shreveport, La., reside at Embassy East Apartment. * * * Dr. Mary Crow, associate pro- fessor of education, attended an education convention in Pitts- burg, Pa. Bomb Scare Causes Campus Commotion Dr. Wm. A. Ward, assistant to the- President, is new editor of th? Rotagraph, official publication of the Rotary Club of Fort Worth. * * Dr. Joe Mitchell, chairman of the education division, has been Vacationing in California and "points west." He will accompany Miss Cath- arine Wakefield, Dr. Omega Nich- olson and Miss Wakefield's sist'cK, Caryl Naugle, on a flight to the Caribbean on Aug. 27. They will •return Sept. 7. Places of special interest they will visit are Puerto Rico,' Str Thomas, Sft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 August 1966

Page Four THE RAMBLER Wednesday, August 24, 1966 Heritage Hall Hails Fort Worth History Monday this writer walked with a pioneer family along a trail" blazed by an Army scout. We passed rattlesnakes, coyotes, In- dians who watched us in" quiet contempt, and graves of the" set- tlers who had passed this way before us. , o We listened to a Tonkawa buck pray for luck in his hunt, watched Deka Alumnae Look For Old Members Title Deka Alumnie Association was organized last/April and the officers foi -"flTe -<?oming year are president, Pat (Pearcy) White; vice president, Eva (West® Mabe; secretary-treasurer, Beverly (Ber- ry) Nabors; reporter, B rend a (Gunter) Hopkins. ? Deka Exes organized to give its members a chance to get together for social entertainment. A tea was given by TWC Deka members for the exes and on August 13 the Ex-Asociation held a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mi's. Dennis Hop- kins. All ex-Deka members are urged to join the Alumnae Asociation. They should contact Pa...

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