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

f TIm WAR WHOOP Friday October 33. 1953 C d i to r i a Id i Iflflc If If lurry J4a6 Cnoupn to Jeep veruone y Bu -.& -A JoU In a small college such ns McMurry whore there arc so many activities fjoiujr on that depend entirely on the student body for success there arises a problem. Who is exacted to do the work? That is often the trouble too many people having the idea about whom they expect to do the work and often it does not include themselves. It does not take a muscle-bound man or especially trained people to p-t a job done. What is needed first of all is the concentrated effort of willing people who see when there is a job to be done and then do it. It is important to understand that working together as a group is of benefit to the project. This applies to any situation whether it is a job to be un- dertaken by an individual organization or by the school ns a unit. It is the kind of work that will be needed in the Home coming preparations that call for cooperation from the w...

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

The WAR WHOOP Page 3 SATURDAY NIGHT Friday October 29 1153 J5 ports Indians Seek Scalp of MU Inter-tnbal warfare will be in order as the McMurry Indians footballers go on the war path against the Midwestern Univer- sity Indians in Wichita Falls to- morrow night at eight. The Brares from the Mc- Murry reaerration will again haye the rerenge factor in their favor. Through in years this Indian war hat taken place he times with th warrior of McMurry be- ing victorious only one. In 1947 the Braves of Mid- western scalped the McMurry scouts 20-0 in '48 the Redmen of T-C ROUNDUP Wildcats Appear As Team to Beat Lads of the Texas conference can see the teams to beat after the conference lid-lifters last week. Austin College remained th only undefeated team in the conference aa the Kan- garoos noted out Howard Payne 26-20. Abilene Christian College took the spot-light in the conference as they romped over McMurry 28-6 In the only non-conference game of the conference Texas A&I bowed to Tr...

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

The WAR WHOOP Friday. October 23. 1153 Page 4 THAT FEMININE TOUCH Lyour Voice Can dSe Jey ZJo rmprovlna. UJour&elf Have you ever hoard your voice as it sounds to others? Few peo ple will recognize clever ideas or genuine emotions if they are hid- den behind sloppy enunciation unpleasant localisms or piercing vocal tones. Nothing that you say will carry any weight if it is ex- pressed in a high whining little girl voice. The only honotl test for your voice that is. tho only way you can really and truly hear the way you sound is through a good recording. The recording If It is well done will be an accurate re- production of your vocal toucs. The way that you think you sound and the way you actually sound is easily ex- plainable. You hear your Toice through bone conduc- tion and this gives it a deep- er more resonant quality. It is quite a shock to hear your- self spouting such words as "didja" "dontcha" or "whatcha." A frank recording is one way of catching these irregularities in...

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

Ss Crowning of Princess Chief to Highlight H - C llntnoiumiiij; iictniln's me v1hmIu1ii1 to bonui Thuisdn.v November '2 imonlnig to the student iMiuiu il Tliurstla.v ehnpel will In1 devoted to liotnceoinin with ereetion o tiopies be jjiiiiiiiiu iiiinii diiiti h following Ililihlits ol tlx hoim i oininpr cclebiatioii include the loioiintion tciemotiv and pinning ol tin uilors Fndnv nijjhl tollowcd bv a snake danee and pop iall lilit nijr tho iouiuiI tin- Tliuisdiiv iiiht Siiturdnv morning's p.itade and tin tootliall frame against llow.nd 1'iiMii's Yi'llowjm K Is bntuidii.v aftcinooii "Papoost" Day Sit On Monday Nov. 9 Papoose Day has been tenta- tively scheduled for Monday November 9 The student council had not lclcased a definite date by press time but it seems cer- tain that Papoose Day will bo held as it was last year on the Mondav of Homecoming week unless further notice is given by the student council On Papoose Day all upper classmen arc requested to don hi line caps and for on...

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

Friday. October 30 1953 Page 2 The WAR WHOOP ball M Jbify Jltis C-razp Spirit! riiiufi'iiiulnlioiis. students! Congratulations McDougal! You linvc responded beautifuly to t In cause of not lcttini: our school spirit die hecnuse me iincms nnn us in gallic. You responded in tin- tliird ounrtcr when trailing by points you stood up with cheering second to none. At the pep rally last Friday yon showed a bunch of hustling boys that ou we're still proud of them. And in turn they played Midwestern down to the wire and beat them in the fourth iiiarter. It's not easy to yell for a team that losses to its arch rival. Hut a school with lots of spirit that is truly sincere and will veil its head off each Saturday whether they are winning or not. and can come back to give support at the next pep rally after a hard loss is a deed which well deserves congratulations. So cheerleaders and student body in summation consider this a "pat on the back" for successful spirit! Jt cJLastina rsevivai f The Ca...

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

The WAR WHOOP Pag 3 Oh A 37 yad flail Friday October 30. 1953 Redmen Rally in Fourth Period for 19 -14 Win Tin1 MiMiuiv Iiuliatis took tlio li.ul tliin' Jills iijr.iiiisl tlw Midwestern Ivuiw.is .mil In Id uowil ot 7(K)() nun veil il tit t In passim ol Mi Mini iiiul .in s vaul sioruitr inn l niiti'i Allan Ilnllul.ix Mi.Munv's tnwi'i i ir iii.nti two toiii'liilowiis r.ud .Inn Hales Mine nnrli.ii'k Otis Kallitl Centci Allan Hollidav opened tlie scoung .ind excitement o.nK in the second quaitu when he inteicepted a fumble in mid- air and laced 82 jaids foi the sioic The battle between the two In- dian teams was a nip-and-tuck affair until late in the final quartet when the game became niaucd by penalties and somi unspoitmanlike conduct. After a scoreless first quar- ter that taw the two teams battle back and fourth in midfield. HoUiday sent the 7.000 excited fans to their feet two minutes deep in the second period when he took a mid-air fumble off the arms of MU quarterback Bobby Page ...

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

The WAR WHOOP Friday October 30 1953 Page 4 Thinclods Begin Regular Workouts McMuuv tiiokstus hive ai- re idv hi Rim wot king out this yi u At Hip pii'int woikouts con ivt of ioss eotmtiv tunning foi the pui pose of conditioning Boys working out for track at the present and the events in which they participate arc Humbcrto Martinet and Don Rowland S80 yard run; newcomers to the Reserva- tion Kenneth Stanford and Arthur Montgomery 440 yard dash Dave McKlhern. 100 and 220 yard dashes Doyle Cayton one mile run and Dwayne Blair weight events With the ending of football senson ri(lit bovs will join tin mnks Tluv and the events in which tins will paiticipito aie Kubv Lickev.Donnv Smith Bill Cantwcll md Buddv Hatih 100 and 220 vird dish events Nolan Pooi and Fd Amnions hurdle events Vance Hoisley 4-10 vard dish .md W T Snplti wt-iqht CV Lilts At the nd of biskithill sci- son Bovd Svlcstiiu one mile mn ind Cul Audi i son JklO .ud dash willupoit foi tndk Wcik- outs Jack Chubb and Bob Skipwor...

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

HOMECOMING .... 1953 Tucktr Tokos Ovtr lusintss Managtrship Gene Tucker freshman minis- terial student from Andrews has been appointed business manager for the War Whoop according to Preston Clark Jr. publicity direc- tor and Robin Tibbcts War Whoop sponsor. (Continued on Page 3) The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI ABILENE. Chanters Leave Sunday On Tour Chanters are scheduled to leave the campus Sunday morning on their first tour of the 1953-54 school year. Forty-nine students accompanied by Dr. Richard C. von Ende director and Francis Hinkel piano accompanist are scheduled to make the tour. First program to b pre- sented is sat for 11:00 a. m. Sunday at Highland Heights Methodist Church of Sweet- watar. Schedule for tho tour is as follows: Sunday 11:00 a. m. Highland Heights Methodist Church Sweet- water. 7:30 p. m. Snyder First Methodist Church. Monday 9:30 a. m. Post High School. 1:40 p. m. Slaton High School. 7:70 p. m. Asbury Metho- dist Church Lubbock. Tuesday 10:00 a. m. Peters- burg H...

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

Mt TIM WAR WHOOP Saturday. Norembtr 14. IMS rifle i If I Uiewdf-a&tjruture lAJUkfndeyrropi t t Hack in October 1920 McMurry College whs only a glem in tin- eyes of tin men who Nat around the conference talilc. it was the annual session of llio Northwest Texas Conference held that year at Clarendon Texas that voted the Indian nick- named college into cxistance. Today McMurry College stands as a grcnt symbol of West- ern Methodist and of strides made forward in higher educa- tion. With gross assets valued into the seven figured class and administration faculty and staff numhering over fifty Mc- Murvy is a beacon of two lights one to the past and one to the progress of the future. McMurry was established at Abilene upon an offer from the Chamber of Commerce of $:IO)000 a campus and other considerations. The construction of the first building now the Administration Ituildiug was begun in the spring of 1922. By the action of the same conference which established the school l)r. .1. W...

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

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

Th WAR WHOOP thirdly. November 14. IMS Page 4 Papooses Ramble Over Cisco 19-13 Mi Mum's Papnnsis oinlniii'il tlio passinp of Uiirtr luii k (now I'm I imil tin- lunninp or lialllmrk I'ml Hilhn ami fulllinik hi inn III Seott last Thnrsilav In ili'feat the Wranglers o ( isi (i .limitii olli ni 1') 1 It wiy tlif Miniitl win ol tin soasnii foi tlio Young Urines of Mi Mum Pi i simian quaiti iluuk IVpI uimplcti'il 10 of 14 jiassts for 1 ! Minis anil one Til r.iul En a Cnilm pla.voil an outstanding game as he siiaggi l si m n of 1'im'I s passes Conn wa. gol ono anil Nolan 1'oom pulled in tlio other two. Scott was ttio leaning grouna gainci with 127 yards on 26 tncs nnu average of 4') per tiy Bilbo scampeicd close behind with 124 yards on 11 c irrics for an average of 6 6 The game wnt back and forth in the initial period with neither team making a seiious threit McMurry's fiist score came late in the first half whin Peel hea- ed an atrial to Corlcy who took the ball on the five and jumped ac...

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

Saturday Novambat 14 1IB3 Tha WAR WHOOP Pag 5 OhJUoh Stadium 2:30 P. M. Tribe 1 mDlii&--A- lAJau Wk i&m BT TOM CONAWAY O Smoke signals around the reservation are sayinpr "Howdy Kes" ami so arc we of tho Press Club. My lino is generally sports but I'll uso this small space in honor of yon nnfortunntc people who havo never indulged in tho intrinoinc aotivitios oallod sport n. Most of you honored exes will probably bo looking for a run down on how the Indians havo farod so far this yoar so liuess all I oan do is point it out to you. dust read tho sports pane and you will find everything from who we beat to how wo boat them with the exception of tion any more. We hava a flna taam to present to you Exes this year as you will sec this afternoon when they tangle with Howard Payne The Yellow Jackets are not to be denied anything but it looks as if we should win by about let's say 19 points. According to the medicine man. all the Indians are ready to go so go man go. Bukatball taaion...

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

Tht WAR WHOOP Saturday. WoTwnbr II. 11M pftf Special Honors Due Ex-Lettermen Ex-lcttctmcn athletes of the icscrvntinn since 1923 will be recognition and lionorcd in n special linlftime piogram today during the Homecoming game with the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets Coach Wilford Moore lias announced. Moie than 250 special invitation letters have been mailed to all cx-letternien on whom the col- lege has ii-cords Moore said and anyone not contacted is hereby invited through the press and radio. The ex-lettermcn wil be side- line guests at the McMurry- HPC game of Abilcnc's Indian Club backers of the McMurry Indians. The last Air Force fighter pilot trained to fly a propellor-drivcn ail plane graduated December 19 1952 at Ciaig AFB Alabama. ADAM'S FOOD MARKET 2242 South 14th WELCOME STUDENTS FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE and QUALITY WORK See JAY and RAY TODAY 1421 Sayles We Clean Anything Cleanable METRO 1726 Butternut Strt November 12 -13 Gig Young Jean Hagen Arena 3 Dimension November 14 Dale R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1953

ftfei ankqittnq "MO'S" FIRST PRODUCTION V B13" l. JMfcXyjBBBBBBl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs twlMi VflH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLm ' Bfei t .-. Yjbbb LbHLbbbbbbbbbbK Hdik. ' JUbH "DR. EINSTEIN" W0R8HAM and Jonathan Brewster (Jim Tomlinson) a up Mortimer (Tommy Burrows) In the fourth coining production of "Amnio ajnd Old Laoef In the plot of the play shown here Dr. Einstien and Jonathan have tricked Morilmtr and have capturad him. Dr. Einstien plastic surgeon plans "cut up" Mortimer's face. Jonathan wants Dr. Einstien to rearrange Mortimer's face for revenge. Evans" New Book To Be Discussed Dr. Mcdford Evans is to be honored at 8 Monday evening in the Social Hll of the Student Life Center when his recently pub- lished book "The Secret War for the A-Bomb" will be the subject o fa panel discussion. Dr. Will-Matthis Dunn and Mr. French Robertson with Dr. W. B. McDaniel will serve as moder- ator. Dr. Dunn is professor of philosophy at McMurry and pas- tor of Aldersgate Methodist Church. Mr. Robertson is r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1953

Tha WAR WHOOP Frt4T. H M. 1M Cdito ZJke Jwii 4 oriance o (Editor's note: In this wock before Thanksgiving and week after Armistice let these words serve as a prayer of thanksgiving and gratitude that our country might endure as a Christian nation for many more Thanksgivings.) Our Constitution is one of the best examples of liberty today. It is a landmark of the age-long struggle which our fore- fathers fought and died to secure. We should therefore as true Americans do everything in our power to keep the great gift of freedom which has been handed down to us through the years. Abraham Lincoln once said "Let every man remember that to violate the law is to trample on the blood of his father and to tear the charter of his own and his children's liberty ..." Liberty should be taught in schools in seminaries and in colleges. Its importance and greatness should be spread through- out the nation. Today everyone is living too fast. They appear to be un- concerned about all political proble...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1953

IMter. If IMS TW WAR WHOOP LaaaaaaaaHHaaHaiWv BMBBMfcgAMAMMMAgL 'A A A AAA A aBkBeatoLiAABBBflhaX!BBBBBaBBf . n!!?1111 INDIXN-Th . Chiefs tad 1 Medldne man of the 1183 McMurry CalInalam pictured above will take on Texas A fc Is Javellaaa Saturday at T P. rn.li McMurT ' J7 . i' KWr Ltcto HoU Poorer. BUI Caniwell. Robert Hardin. Oils Ratllff. BUI Ander- SS'u?' F?"'J!b.HrTWOrth' BUbo- WaU" MUh.wfc and Phillip Conaw.y. SECOND Ik Corley. Vane Honloy. Leon Jotue Dob Payne BUI Curry. Jamaa Wells. CraadaU Young Buddy Eu J rS-1?"1. " Jtck Prle THIRD R0W- (l to r A-UUnt coach Doyle iW 5J HainjH.Kona.lh Scott Tommy WaUdna Eara Cerloy. BUI Houaton. Gary Barry JoVbc Mar- ??'0SlPJJlmyim-ZdBaatm' Brnwd Wwn " Holladay Kea May. JSr.m Ky.Miint eoien Ed coach WUlocd Mow. Not pic tured BUI Hawthorne Naoogdodioo. (Photo by Roberta Studio.) Indians to Ring Down Grid Curtain With A & I By TOM OONAWAY Uk. - .1. tn s . ...v iubmu icxas uonierence will be played in Indian Stadium tomorrow night u u n ......

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 November 1953

The-WAR WHOOP Friday Mavtaribe SI. IMS FIVE Senior Gridders To Play Last Game By JAMES GLASSCOCK Five McMurry Indians will don the maroon nnd white for the last time this Saturday night as the Indians close out their schedule for the 1953 season. The Indians under the mastership of coach Wilford Moore and assistants D. V. Marcum and Edgar Payne will meet the conference leading Texas A. & I. squad. Seniors on this year's quad are Gerald Watson. Bill Hawthorn Barnard Weems. Kenneth Mays and Paul Schuelk. Two saniors on th squad Watson and Weems war placed on th all T-C taam last yar and ara xpctd to rpat this yar. Watson is a two-year lettcrman from Lcvelland. He is center on the Indian squad and is one of the key figures in Moore's line. Bill Hawthorne 245 pound tacljle on the squad comes from Nacogdoches. He was a three year star on the Ball High team in Galveston. At McMurry he has been a two-year star on the team and is expected to be in strong contention for honors from the T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1953

The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY DECEMBER 4. 1953 No. 10 115 r jT -! ' 1P AH J BODIES IN THE WINDOW SEAT Suspense wu at a cUmax in the McMurry Theatre's production of "Arsenic and Old Lac" whan Dr. Einttian (Bob Wartham) was taking bodiaa from tho window taat. Play Well Received By Large Audience Arsenic and Old Lace played before a near capacity crowd last Monday and Tuesday nights and gave the audience a pleasant evening of comedy entertain- ment. The Joseph Kcssclrtng mys- tery comedy was presented by the McMuiry Collogfe Ttieater and directed by Maurice Pullig. The play tells of a pair of soft-hearted old ladies who served ar.sonic flavored wine to lonely gentlemen. Judy Jarret and Alfred Rankin turned in excellent performances as the two old ladies Abbie and Martha Brewster. Tommy Bur- iows played the ladies' nephew. His performance was one of the best. Also outstanding were Jim Tomlinyon in the role of Jona- than Brewster a hard Chicago gangster and his plastic ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1953

n WAX WHOOP Friday 4. in Cditoriald WL Qo Do wsw? What 1 tl the conference accomplish T Helow arc some im prcssionx of Methodist Student Movement from those who nt-j tended : Wayne Crawford I liked the speakers we had. I liked the point Mnek Stokes hroupht out that ninn is horn inherently pood. 1 liked the mixing of races and 1 appreciate the fact that Perkins allows Nepro students. IMty Hoot he I definitely feel that it was a growing ex- perience and 1 feel completely different now than when T went. They really got down to brass tacks. I feel strengthened from having gone. l'eggy Onmpbcll What impressed me most was the com- plete absence of any "color line." Racial baricrs were simply non-existent as students from India China Korea and Mexico played and worshipped with Negro and white American stu- dents. 1 think we all saw a glimpse of what our dedicated united effort can do for n world so much in need of Christ's way. Truly His way is our answer. Hob Epps The speakers this year w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 December 1953

rrUr 4 IMS TIm WAR WHOOP Pag 3 O ports - Indians Win 52-6 To Share Title McMurry's Indians closed its prid season November i21 by blasting powerless Texas A&l 52-6 and at the same time insured ithself of a share of the Texas Conference title. The South Texans ill at ease in the 40-depree wcnthcr managed to score only against McMurry's freshman and subs with three minutes to gc in the The Indian scores came from big Elroy Payne who scored twice; James Wells twice; and Bill Cantwcll Jim Bales Ed Am- nions and Kenneth Mays scored one each. Moor utd erery nun on hit team in trying to hold tho acoro down with re- Mrrt playing til of tho sec- ond half. The Javelinas' heralded full- back Alton Sanders did the best job lugging the ball for A&I getting 69 yards on 17 tries. A&I only score came in the last three minutes of the game as Halfback Kirby Lackey fumbled on the Indian 28. Putnam and Kenneth Williams churned to the three where Putnam went over to score Putnam missed the p...

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