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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 August 1966

^" Wedne;dgy, August 24, 196b THE RAMBLER Page Five 31 Dke Mel WcCc mssnm - ■> Ronnie Danny - Sunburned necks, mosquito welts, heat prostration, chigger bites, sunstroke, deodorant fade-out. and summer school . . . These have been the symbols Of the past three months' vacation. Regard- less of how your summer was spent, you must confess that it has whipped by faster than ever. THIS'^COLUMN WILL BE THE LAtT,«IN A SJRIES by the darlings of the journalism department. The Reel McCoys. One of us will be nervously munching his draft card ?nd trying to develop a tremendous passion fori rice. He graduates this montlj. 0 The other, however, will remain behind to conjure up the weekly trash to fill this space. All prpte^s should be mailed to the Rambler office. Please do not phone the editor or sponsor of this publication as they are not responsible for the future quality of this column. TERRIBLE TUNE TIME: From time to time it lias been our practice to recognize some of today's popular mu...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 August 1966

Page Six THE RAMBLER Wednesday, August 24, 1966 mr> u Gov't Provides Grants For. Research Abroad "HERE'S HOPING" Coach Elmer Hanebutt (left) seems to be saying to Coach Walter Langston.jJ(l Hanebutt, the Ram basketball mentor, faces a rebuilding job this year, with only two lettermen returning. The chiefly unproven squad of new players will try for a berth in the Big State Confer- ence. *** Rams, Badly Depleted, Face Season With Only Two Returning Starters Texas -Wesleyan's basketball team, badly depleted by gradua- tion and assorted o'iher reasons, will head into the upcoming sea-, .son with a squad of chiefly un- proven players. As it looks at the moment, Coach Elmer Hanbutt woh't have more than two players back from last season's aggregation which com- piled a 14-11 record. The only returnees expected are Bill Robinson, a senior, and How- ard Courtney, a sophomore. Robinson, a 6-3 forward who played his high school ball at Brewer, has regained his eligibility after missing the...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 September 1974

rnrnemmmmmmmfamemm BPWl a texas wesleyan college i -1 TEXAS WESLEYAN SEP 4 1974 - Texas Wesleyan Rambler IBHARr VOLUME 49 - No. Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas 76105 Wednesday, September 4, 1974 time out from the fast pace of Howdy Week for guitar pickin'. —Photo by Barry Laves, Rambler Photographer Trading post offers savings on books Howdy Week continues with movie, pizza, jazz by Gay BamC'tt Rambler Feature Editor After a hectic week of moving in, orientation and registra- tion, it just seemed too much to have to start back to classes Tuesday morning. However, the beginning of Howdy Week activities yesterday with the college bar-b-que helped sooth that pain with some of that good ol' TWC night life. Howdy Week activities will continue with free drinks in the SUB from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. At 7 p.m. Wednesday the first of the Fall Film Series, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, will be shown in Reed Lecture Theater. Following the movie, everyone's i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 September 1974

o RAMBLER Texas Wesleyan .Rambler Editorial Comment Colloquially speaking, there's no time like the "good ol' summertime" for getting back to nature. The weather has peak- ed to perfection for enjoying all sorts of 'natural' things like swimming in a creek, climbing a mountain, marveling #at a waterfall or exploring Indian ruins. All this baek-to-the-earth stuff and more for only a dollar and a half for #dults, seventy-five cents for children. t's ridiculous. Absoultely. Of course the point is not whether the cost is ten dollars or ten ca^ts. The value of feel- ing mountain serenity or .what can be learned from decaying artifacts is immeasurable. It's invaluable. * • V But who in the world has the right to come in and put up fences and gates and outdoor toilets and. charge admission to a thing of nature? It almost seems a sacrilege. Granted, it's an expensive procedure to buljdoze an „ ad- jacent section of land for a parking lot in the vicinity of the dollar and a half natural wond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 September 1974

w HIHHNHHM C> texas wesleyan college edfl day. September 4, 1974 RAMBLER Page Three n ing into away ?d may r, there direct-! ort w merely; rral Dr. Keating named division chairman Dr Ruth Keating, 1974 Nottingham, has been named Chair- man of the Division of Languages and Literature at Texas Wes- eyan College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree vith highest honors in 1955. Sh e received her Master of Arts degree from Texas Chris- | tian University in 1959, and thatusame year joined the Texas Wesleyan Cojle|iJj( faculty. Dr. . Keating now holds the rank of Associate Professor. She began, her doctoral " studies at TCU in 1963, and, t--. during the 1973-74 academic ra year was on Jeave of absence M from TWC to complete her terminal degree at Texas Worn- I Dr. Ruth Keating an's University in Denton. On ugnst 17, 1974, she received the Doctor of Philosophy degree Eftglish with a concentration Jp rhetoric. Her dissertation JSiwas "A Fourth Dimension in Word and Picture: Wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 September 1974

I I "IMP" *MB#3fcKlS Page Four RAMBLER Wednesday, Sejfterrhe' \ -m Spring '74 Dean's List announced Students enrolled for twelve or more semester hours who have a grade-point average of 3.50 or better and have no grade lower than a "C" are placed on the Dean's Honor List. The Dean's List for the Spring semester, 1974, is as follows: Patricia R. Ash, Jonathan M. Babina, Patty D. Baker, Judy A. Baughman, Richard D. Bertel, Deonns* J. Beshear, Rebecca - L. Eloomer, James L. Blythe, Jan- elle W. Bourgeois, Kent R. Brown. Sandra A. Browning, David W. Burns, Eva R- Cain,"" Sharon J. Camp, Bonnie L. Carlton, Stedson B. Carter, Donald W. Champlin, Christy L. Collier, Kent N. Couch, Donald L. Crowley. Philip L. Driskill, Sylvia J. Duncan,oOtis E. Eaves, Patricia W. Foley, Ricky J. Ford, Paul D. Gibbons, Kenneth W. Greene, Linda B. Greenwood, George X. Halm, Wanda N. Harper. Mary N. Harris, Sherman L. Harris, Frederick A. Harwell, Robert H. Herzig, Z a n d a G. Hilger, Lora K. Hill, Charles R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 September 1974

texas wesleyan college •.a "ber 4 ■ Pan" hajM ask iKs er «■ shouid J in Heedi TEX&S w Texas Wesleyan Rambled TEXS .WESLEYAN Cll iS/4 UBKARY 49 - No. 2 Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas 76105 Tuesday, September 10, 1974 xas Wes in process shooting PR flick |H you look up and see a motion picture moving toward you . . . smile! You may bo • part of a professionally-produced lO-min* ute color film about Texas Wesleyan College' O The College has contracted with Roger Ready Prouctions of Dallas for the preparation of Ae film, with sound, which is intended to chatjfcterize Texas Wesleyan and to prt^ent Institution in a favorable manner. ger Ready, well-known area radio and ion personality, will produce the film and narrate the story, During the next ie^v weeks he and his colleagues will be shooting interior and exterior scenes and action. The film will be designed for presentation to student groups, prospective students,' alum- ni, civic and church groups. For large groups, a 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 September 1974

Page Two RAMBLER Tuesday, September -10 Texas YVesleyan Rambler Editorial Comment Understandably, every individual would have others be- lieve, as he does, that his line of work is the most grueling, time consuming and demanding. Everypne is perpetually a.wace^^ subconsciously may be, th t /his rough day is the roughest; his hard l<inies, the <a> my We at the Raihbler show no deviance toward this line of reasoning. Except that the" problems in other departments rapidly become our problems too. And if they don't, they should. The Rambler is not only a mirror of school activities; but a medium of expressing the ideas and feelings held by those who are a part of what is known as Texas Wesleyan College. Students are not just abled, but sincerely encouraged to express their problems and their praises through the Rambler, either through letters-to-the-editor or by bringing it to the at- tention of the Editorial Board members or those persons on the Student Publications Committee ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 September 1974

lexus wesiey uii Luiieyc September 10, 1974 RAMBLER Page Three Corner By Betty Johnson Time sheet confusion is cleared <7 It's a new clay, a new term and I've got new stories for OK, ever faithful book faas. " " is week's book, FIFTY-TWO PICKUP, by%lmore Leon- ill surely satisfy those of us in need for word action. It is a vintage hardboiled thriller. It-is fast-paced, noastop action and will soon be made into a major motion picture. Harry Mitchell was a tough self-made man. He had gone mift assembly line to ownership of a multi-million dollar corn- had % wife and children he loved, and had a good reputa- , but he was not about to lose everything, not even after iemc turned to murder. any ^as summoned to a very strange meeting and the ng is just a fraction of what took place. ?f-As he entered the room, what he least expected was the Tted version of This Is Your Life on a home movie screen, ing himself and the beautiful golden haired Cini, produced and presented by a trio of psych...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 September 1974

Page Four RAMBLER Tuesday, September 1Q SportsoRAMa By Kelly Morgan , by Kelly Morgan Men's Sports Editor Well, can you believe it. In September, of all moflfhs, our 'V" ^-tfakeball team is already engaging in practice. September seems the time for football and for maybe basketball practice . . . but baseball?!! Coach Larry Smith is drilling into the minds of his baseballers the fundamentals of the game. He stated that in thcMall practices he assumes that the players know nothing about baseball and he begins teaching them from the ground up. Smith commented that if his team learns fundamentals, they won't beat themselves. C v Tex, Wes has 56' men out for the team at this time and Coach Smith is explaining to the players, especially the newer ones, his .philosophies of baseball. TWC has many returnees from last year's team such as Mark Benedete, outfielder Rusty'Jacobs, Kenny Wyatt, Carry] Donaldson, second-basemen Billy Farrar, Paul' Sumsky, and one of last year's team captains, cat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

ber 10 sSiM TEXAS WESLEYAN j SEP 1 6 19/4 . ILEGE yBRARY ventive sures ouraged 'You have to believe in your own mind, I can, I am able, and I will fight back. Self defense „is fine, if you're prepared m eft tally to use it.' Such is one of the points about self protection for women that was brought up over and over again in the seminar pre- sented by John H. Barton, special assignment officer for the community services division of the Fort Worth Police Depart- ment. " " •> " Officer Barton also showed a film which depicted the var- ious ways for women to handle themselves in diverse situations. As always, the emphasis was on prevention. In the process of his presentation he dispelled many myths concerning the value of chain locks for doors, screaming, and hair spray. Chain locks, it seems, are held in place by tiny screws which may be jolted out of place quite easily; hair spray as • # ' V • ♦ well as mace can work as a 'boomerang' if wind direction or air conditioner drafts are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

Page Two RAMBLER luesday, September '7 . Texas Wesleyan Rambler - Editorial Comment V :&li ~ Q * Of all current .problems, pollution causes con- cern to most Americans, according to a recent survey by the Public Broadcast Environmental Center. Yet people, concerned or not, are the one and only reason the nation's roads and rivers are looking as sad as tRey are Solving pollution problems begins with understanding and mea- suring them. , ' . ■ *v" • A recgnt survey has shown that more than fifty per cent of highway trash consists of paper. Paper that could not only be stored in litter bags until a proper disposal is available, but CO also be recycled and made useful again. t / ^ * Each year, over $40,000,000 worth of time and space is do- nated to Keep America Beautiful, Inc.'s national advertising campaign. It seems a waste to spend such an enormous amount of time and money for a cay^e when it . is received in the non- chalant way our country is exhibiting. It's aoout time we rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

^— September 17, 1974 RAMBLER Page Three Corner By * Betty Johnson t ' " a " ■ 'II tT vlv^his week's -hook, The Cry Of The Malidon, by Jonathan Ryder, is a story that pre-dated Watergate arid yet it prophesied in .frightening detail. ^ Mr Ryder has eombiryjd the strange, unchartered interior of the island of Jamaica as the focus for his nqvel with the i most sophisticated of business dealings and the most primitive of settings. (A|ex McAuliff, a brilliant young American geologist is the main character of the novel. He soon finds out his life is not wofffivery much and has to play a doubfe-mission in order to nmive e danger starts in London, but it is not until Alex gets within the Cock Pit country c>f Jamaica with its strange s, its frigtening beliefs, and its isolaf&d civilization—that icovers the ultimati- ansuer to his mission—the answer to ret of the Halidon. Wl, happy reading, Watergate fans! „ Danforth Fellowships offered to lend aid, encouragement The Danforth Foundati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

RAMBLER Tuesday, September !7 Greeks encourage^ participation Phi Mu, Gamma Phi "Beta and Alpha Xi Delta working coperatively under the Panhellerue Coun- cil form the,sorority life at^Texas Wesleyan. , ,Jhe sogprities strive Jo maintain high stan- dards in scholarship, service to campus and com- munity, social activities, leadership, and school spirit. * All women students are encouraged to join a sorority. To qualify, a rushee must register for rush. She does this by, filling out a legislation form agd returning it with a $2 fee to Iporalee * Pchl ill the office of Student Affairs during the week of September 16-20, 1974. Hours are Monday through Wednesday from 8 a.m.-12 p.m., and Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. A rushee must be enrolled in at least twelve hours of academic work, These twelve hours must be carried throughout the semester. An upperclass- '* man who has a grade point average of 2.0 or bet- ter is eligible to go through rush. To be initiated, a pledge must ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

sday, September 17, 1974 RAMBLER Page Five rats play integral role Texas Wesleyan College ere nre three fraternities— imbda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Hpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon. pese fraternities have become integral part of TWff and ffer much to the interested ludent. [They promote scholarship, lea- ^rship, social involvement, ser- |ce and athletic events so that kale student? will have a well- ~ junded college life. Statistics have shown that a Bgh percentage of the nation's paternities are above the all sen's average in scholarship. Llso over 15'/*—rfor#' fraternity ften stay in college until gradu- jtion than non-fraternity men. At TWC the Interfraternity Council is composed of its Presi- dent, Secretary-Treasurer, and the President and two represen- tatives from each fraternity. The purpose of the IFC is to promote a cooperative relationship among TWC fraternities and to promote the interest and welfare of TWC and Its fraternity system. The" rush system is being han- dled differently...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

4 frage Six £> RAMBLER Tuesday, September ,o New program in operation Guiftn R. Timmerman is the Veterans Ad- ministration's "man-on-campus" for Texas Wes- leyan College. The new VA .program is designed to pro- vide personalized service for veterans Receiv- ing educational assistance benefits under the GI Bill. t . Under the new program announced in May by the \'.A each college jn the nation will have a Vet-Rep either on campus or have .access to a traveling Vet-Rep from a nearby college on a regular schedule. The Vet-Reps will be prepared to resolve individual payment inquiries. They are ex- pected to eliminate many payment delays caused by changes of address, dependency status or changes in school course loads. Mr. Timmerman's office is located in the Admissions and Regis tor's Office. He, will also provide service to veterans attending Texas Christian University, where he will work on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. His telephone extension "here on the TWC campus is 217-218-2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

September 17, 1974 !ber ' 7, :;•! Page Seven Debbie Olshefski': \ Sports shorts TWC has just received the Texoma Con- ference All Sports. Trophy uffte added to the collection displayed in Sid Richardson Physical Fitness Center. The All Sports Trophy was awarded to Tex Wes last year for their ac- complishments in basketball, baseball, tennis and golf. Ten teams Will be competing in the Tex- oma Conference this year. Phillips University, Oklahoma Christian, and Oklahoma Baptist have been added to the conference consisting of TVVC, Midwestern Uhiversity, Dallas Bap- tist, McMurry, Wayland Baptist, Lubbock Christian and Bethany Nazarene. Intramural flag football has begun for both low through is the name of the game as Kay Cantrell works men and women. The women's play will con- during volleyball practice. tinue until October 3. Women's fennis singles mbler staff chosen for Fall 74 are also being played. Teams are being forrp- ed -fof coed flag football, women's tennis- doubles and mixe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 September 1974

Page Eight RAMBLER Tuesday. September 7 SportsoRAMo By * Kelly Morgan Date Nov. 19 23 26 29 Dec. 2 3 10 13 14 21 Jan. 11 14 17 18 21 . 24 25 28 31 Feb. 1 7 8 14 15 18 21 22 P. E. 100 keeps students > constantly on their toes VOL by Kelly Morgan Men's Sports Editor Basketball season is not far away and TWC's team^is ex- pected to be one of the finest teams in the conference. Along witfuTWC, the Texoma Athletic Conference consists of Okla- homa Christian, Bethany Nazarene, -Lubbock Christian, Mid- western, Wayland, McMiugJy, Dallas Baptist, Phillips and Okla- homa Baptist. The basketball team as of now is busy getting in shape. They are running and working on offense. TWC's new head basketball coach, Johnny Flowerton is teaching his team a new type of offensG called the "Shuffle Offense." He stated that the team this year will be a fast breaking team. There are many returnees from last year's team: Tommy Lane" 6'6", Eddie Wright 63", Brian C<g>istock 5'11", Ronnie McMahen 6'4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

Texas Wesleyan Rambler tj* Cls a TEXAS WESLEYAN <? n i O ~7 ■ <- t LLLUL Ltd HAH f Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas 76105 Tuesday, September 24* )974 Bishop James Armstrong is first lecturer Jn 1974 Willson series Bishop James Armstrong featured speaker for Willson Lecture. riff ins endow TWC ith $25,000 scholarship A scholarship endowment of $25,000 ho* l^n given TWC bylMr. and Mrs. W. Clenton Griffin of Arlington. H§™ Mr. Ciriffin's firm. Allied Iron Works, owned and headed by fhim, assisted in constructing the Judge George W. Arm- strong library building, dedicated in May of 1957. - by C iav Barnett Rambler Feature Editor Through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson, of Floydada, Texas, the Willson lectures were established at Texas Wes almost three decades ago in an effort to bring out- standing speakers to the campus^hj^ujjpktSJze spiritual values and sound family relations. Bishop James Armstrong of the United Methodist Church will be the featured speak-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

Page Two RAMBLER Tuesday, September 24 Texas Wesleyan Rambler Editorial Comment The number one cause of death for children in America today is child abuse. Over the past decade there has been a five hundred per cent increase in bown cases of child battering and murder by parents. ~—J And though the problem is certainly not*a new on<* it lias reached alarming proportions^ According to Dr. Vincent Fon- tana, medical director and pediatrician-in-chief of the New York Founding Hospital; drug and alcohol addiction are at the core of the upswing. In his book, Somewhere A Child Is Crying, Dr. Fontana points out that, "We have, today, an epidemic of infantile addiction; and we also have an epidemic of juvenile maltreatment resulting from parental addiction . . . Seldom are they given what we would consider the basic necessities of life: adequate food, a bed, clothes, education and affection*" Too often the irresponsible parent condones his actions by blanketing them with the excuse that ...

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