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

Pitt 4 Tk WAR WHOOP PridUr. 4. INS BEm LOOKS AT THE BOOKS "If BETTY CAMPBELTT Th Tldeland OU ControTertT Ernest It Bartley. "The Tidclana Oil Controversy" by Ernest R Bartlcy is a new book in our library published re- cently by the University of Texas Tress. It is not written from the narrow perspective of "Who gets the oil?" It is instead a thought- ful study of an issue vital to all Tcxans and. to a large degree to all Americans A just settlement of the tide- land issue says the author calls for restoration to the states of control of the marginal sea out to their historic boundaries. The study is based upon thor- ough investigation of all litera- ture on the subject and personal interviews and correspondence with leaders on both sides of the controversy. William L. Langer's Books on European Government Two new books very import- ant in the field of history and government arc "European Al- liances and Alignments" and "The Diplomacy of Imperialism" both by William L Langer "The Dip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1953

II Band Rtturns From Second Concert Tour Bnnd members icturnod to the enmpus Mondny night after then second concert tour this month The tour began Satin day and included conceits in Big Lake Odessa and Snyder First concert was Satuiday night at Big Lake in the grade school auditouum Sunday morn- ing's concert was at Fust Methodist Church Big Lake Band members attended Sunday School classes and several parti- cipated in Sunday School activi- ties Sunday night's concert was at First Methodist Church Odessa Two concerts were given Monday morning at Odessa High School Final pcrfoimanco was at Snyder High School Monday af- ternoon Chuich services featured vibra- harp solos by Bonnie Boyd vocal solo by Mclba Rucker cornet solo b Tommy Fry and other special features Orlie White served as scripture reader School concerts featured several novelty numbers in addition to solos b Gary Zook saxophone Bob Newman cornet and Ser- ando Trcvino marimba McMurry Invited To Compete In Bridge Tourney McM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1953

Page 2 Tht WAR WHOOP Friday. December 11. 1153 Cclilo rials i n . a t i . i JextS Stren t Jin oC izzie&i The tin lizzie and its sleek successors symbolize our nation's mass product ion genius. One big step toward mnss production was standardization. Henry Ford reportedly said liis first ears came in an color "as loin; as it's black"! Mass sales and distri- bution were the next steps. Textbooks aren't tin lizzies. Our developed educational sys- tem demands an extremely wide variety of "models ' because of many different cnrrie.ulutns. There just aren't enough "cus- tomers'' for any one "model" to permit mass production tech- niques. Textbooks arc not designed for drugstore and newstand sales. A typical large publisher with an extensive list of college texts reports that the average annual sales of each book is only about a thousand copies. Students then ask the (iicstion "Why not bind them in paper bindings?" The answer is obvious. Since textbooks cannot be mass produced and bind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1953

The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Tribe Slams Lobos Friday. December 11 1953 Loses To Texas Tech TWC MeMum's eiige team won number one and two in Alpine Mondin and Tuesln ns tbe swept the two game seiies with Sul Hoss Colli g. 7'J (r and nl-VI. Theiitoi our Ihe Alpine lads In ought the ludi.ius i m .isoti leeoid ot two wins au.nnst tbiee losses The Indians were pieuousl.v defeated b Teas Tc t h Texas Vesle an .ind Va land College INDIANS GAIN SECOND WIN OVER SUL ROSS McMum's lndi.ms won its second game of the joung season by d: opping Sul Ross for the sec- ond straight night 61-r'l Fieshman Dob Hams sunk two free tosses in an overtime per- iod to give the tube the ictoiy. The g.ime was tied at 53-5J at the end of the icgulntion game Going into the thice minute oli time pcnod the le id went back and foith and was knotted at 51- ftO in the fading seconds bcfoie H.irns diopped in the winning points McMum got off to an eaih lead in the initi il pcnod which ended with Mi Mum out fiont 16-11 However t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 December 1953

Friday. December OlMS Pagt 4 The WAR WHOOP Shigeo Sato Returns To Japan As Newsman Shitf" Sito .1 lOl McMiutj giidunh will Ktum to his in- tive Jipin this month to woik on a Jnpmisi m wspipi i Won! of S ito's letutn to Jnpin wns hi ncd in Abilene by Di Ottis C minis ' Snto w is .1 fine student" Di Cuius st.iti s 'Ho dill beltei thin nvciiRi sehonl woik ccn with his 1 ingu.ige tlifficultv and his complete sinci rity won manj fi lends foi him ' S.ito whosi home is in Toko attended A ij.im.i Gakuin College in Jipin befmc coming to Mc- Mimj He ieceted his bachc- oi degiee in M.i lW with a mijoi in Fnglish and a minor in histoij He has hid pievious cx- puience in newspaper woik and h is chosen journalism ns his pro fi ssion HELP WANTED MEN and WOMEN: URGENT We need representatives in your locale to help (ill out an organi- 7ntton for businc ss siir eys polls and public opinions Ideal part time work Choose your own bonis Your nearest telephone m i be oui plaee of business for suies not re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1953

Merry Christmas The War Whoop Hft 1 J9EBLmBBBBBbH HHm"jElBL jbpbbbbbH bbbw" v V vj&iw- -. - B ssRA.lHaEfcflM B;! "IsBBBBBslHBsPlBBMHMK&tBrS VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER IB 19S3 No. IS Band Presents Annual Christmas Children's Show Annual Christmas concert by the McMurry band was scheduled to be presetned yesterday morn- ing in Chapel. The program featured Christmas music and even Old Santa put in an appear- ance. Special guests at the program were children of students and faculty members who talked to Santa Claus. Program numbers were to in- clude Winter Wonderland; a Children's March featuring favor- ite children's songs; Beneath the Holly a medly of Christmas cvarols; White Christmas; and Victor Herbert's March of the Toys. WESLEY PLAYERS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PLAY Pictured here are Lynn Manning at the woman. Herthel Homer as the man. and Maggie Temple as the scrub woman. Wesley Players Present "No Room at the Hotel" Christian brotherhood was em- phasized in the ...

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

The WAR WHOOP Friday December II IMS Pf 1 O alio ri a 13 i bnrishnas Iresenfc dfmmcanim Tlic tinii' (.tows iii'iircr ami nearer to that season of the year that we celebrate as tin birth of tin Savior of tin world. Christmas tviniiiils us of a great many things: trews lights cats a fiv ilays away from classes shopping arrest parties crowds honii' with tin family. Only a few hours remain before wi are to wend our way to our various homes. We leave the eaml pus happy and laughing that the yule season is here. For most of us when we arrive home there will still he a lot of shopping and last minute gifts to take eare of a senrf for Mother a pipe for Father a real genuine Tom Corbet space ray gun for junior and something sweet and smelly for sister. And then there is always the anxiety and wonderment of what is in those packages marked for you. It seems before it is over that it is one mad eyele- getting anil giving gifts send- ing and receiving. Just what are your gifts going to mean? Wi...

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

Friday. II. 1IU TKe WAR WHOOP rffe5r l wot!';. JiBk rfWBELl-B ufcV.-w' i!ilt:w XeBMkeJPitY ftV -&: X-- HT'"' I .F " ? " flRHB 4 lflr : 4tti GAMMA SIGMA TREAT Jan Perm it pictured hara in front of tha Paramount Saturday afternoon whan Gamma Sigma took IS children from Handricka Horn to Wilson and Far Wallaca. Manning Bell Exchange Vows in Tower Chapel The Tower Chapel of the Stu- dent Life Center was the scene at five yesterday afternoon of the marriage of Lynn Manning and Jim Bell. Reverend Clifford Trotter pastor of Fair Park Methodist Church officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Beu. a senior student wore the traditional bridal white while her matron of honor Mrs. Walter Lane her titter wore pink. The bride's chosen colon were pink and silver. Charles Bell from Fort Stock- ton who is brother of the groom was best man. A reception was held in the Memorial Room following the wedding. After a abort trip the couple plan to spend the re- mained of the holidays with each of their parents...

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

tb WAX WHOOP Friday. It INS falm Clirhtmad ZJree in &5ajdadi Jr the iyule Reason in rra Two weeks ago I happened to bet sitting next to Hope Medina at dinner in the dining hall Across the table Jimmy Hodgca was facing us Hope asked me whether or not this was my first Christmas away from home Then Jimmy asked "Do they decorate palm trees or do they have Christ- mas trees for Christmas in Bag- dad'" I was unaware of the fact that I was laughing at full length re- garding Jimmy's question Later when I was asked to write an article about Christmas in Bag- dad I was glad to accept for I can tell you what Christmas is like back home One of the greatest achieve- ments of Christianity in the cap- ital of Iraq and throughout the major cities of the Middle East is getting a vast number of Arabs to realize the value and meaning of Christmas and participating in- directly Iraq being near to Christ's nuti c land Palestine has the ancient touch for Christmas settings and scenes The mangers vw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1953

Friday. December 18 1133 The WAR WHOOP Page 3 - O ports bssssssskVLsW $tjjjv Bk assPHP 1 HhLVLw "MR?1 i LLLLLLK BssssssssWK'isi:iBfH vL H& :9bbssbw fJslsssTry JPJBSSSSSfl PkPiS'''! H& .Wassssss klt Jk ssssssl Kh-t'' Ev ESsW jJetESSSSsV ' lnESSSsl Hi " its SSSSSSSSMBSaK?BSSSSSSSa m. M TNTBSsH Payne Maaie CaacU a A Payne. Fox Weems Make All -Texas Conference The MeMurry Indians Co-champions of tin Texas C lom Christian and Texas A&I jlnooil Ihioo men on the tioiis made by the coaches in their annual mccinm in 1) Wilford Moore MeMurry athletic director and It o ad oonch was named roach of the Year by the sports publicity directors of the conference. The trio of Indians receiv- ing the paramount honors of the conference include Hcr- nard Weems of Hotan the only man on the team to repeat from last year and one of the throe senoirs who made the first team. Quarterback .loe Kill Fox of Port Worth and Fullback El- roy Payne of Ballingcr were two ot tne four sophomores selected o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 December 1953

TIm WAR WHOOP Friday. Dammbw II. IMS P Forum To Send Monthly Gift To Boys Ranch In then i(iiil)t niKtinfi list Fiidm the rmum voted to m nd $"j per month to Ahilint Hovs ttnnrh with tin first 11ft sent eirl this uiok The 11ft is sched ilod to In suit iii) month for the lennindtr of the school eii The Forum is euncntly spon sorinK a ptogrim of discusison foi ministerial students holding down pistonl chaiges It is de .signed to help the pi'tois b discussion of cm rent pioblems in the indiMduiI churches This discussion gtoup is spon- sored b Dr Sitnman and Dr Carnes who also sponsois the Forum The discussions me held each Mond iv at 2 p m in the tehgious education buildinR and those in- terested ire initcd to attend fe V . Band House Scene Of Annual Party McMurt s b ind house Ins hid the Chustmis itmosphue all week thanks to Hob Kem Mn belli l'embu and Tomim Fiy The thiet spent Sund n nftunoon dec 01 itmg the band h ill in pre pni ition foi tin. b ind s innml Chustmis piit sehedulid to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 January 1954

SkoinI Stmtsttr Film Tkktts Now Out; Includts Ttn Subscriptons for the second semester of the McMurry Theater Group will be accepted through the first week of the spring term according to William K. Clark acting head of hte Speech Department. A special table will be set up in Radford Student Life Center and in the Administration Building to make it convenient for students to pay for their second semester show tickets Mr. Clark said. Clark stated there must be at least 200 subcribcrs for the film program or there can be no pro- gram Season tickets for the 10 movies to be shown during the spring term arc $1.25 each mak- ing the movies cost only 12 H cents each. Three of the movies which will be shown this spring are the Italian film "Open City" "Har- vey" and "Gunga Dm." Recital For Fish Voice Students Scheduled Tonight Ruth Ann Rhodes Elva Lou Dunklin Claucc Douglts Carlcne Toiry and Joan Arnold are sched- uled to present a voice recital to- night at 7 15 in the Fine Aits Building Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 January 1954

T!w WAR WHOOP Friday. January -M Cdito ria It Shades Jrope ft of the -'ast-- the jruti are Hint nut. the old rinj- in iii'W. Tlio old year's slate ha been erased and the 1!"4 slate is anew. The dnys of Auhl Land Syne wilPnot he forgotten nor have to he directly raced again hut the new year is ahead ready to he lived and produced. The old vear closes its door on a world of complication new discoveries famous places and names and history-making events. The complicated new world is full of new and horrible instruments capable of wining out every common society to Hush today's happenings into just a record of history. Into the shadows drifts the discovery of the new drag phcnylliutozonc that gave exeelclnt results for patients with various rheumatic diseases. Shirley Hooth Lucille Hall and ltahe I). Zaharias are respectively women of the lOoH year in movies radio and television and sports. The world was shocked hy the inhuman murder of little Hilly (5recnlcasc and marveled at the releas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 January 1954

Friday January I 1S84 The WAR WHOOP 3 potts Paynemen Play Bobcats Again The McMurry Indian cagcrs will resume piny tonight on their home court against the South- west Texas Bobcats Its the final game of a two day stand for the two teams having played a vciy exciting first game last night Currant season records of Indians and tha Southwaai Taxaa Lad maka McMurry tha underdog against tha Bobcats. The Indians have won only two games m ten tiials both wins having been registered against the Sul Ross Lnbos However McMurry's young cage coach Edgar Payne reported that his Redskins played their best game of the season against New Mex- ico A&M Dec 18 and arc 1m- pro ing rapidly. Tha Southwest Taxas boys have a good 5-2 racord to protect having won over Howard Payne a taam which has conquerad tha Indians However Howard Payna baat tha Bobcats 72 67 in a re- rum match. Tha Indians dropped their game to How- GIRLS 'MURALS Plans Completed For 2nd Semester Managers of the various girl's teams ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 January 1954

Paft 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday. January . 1M4 W..-U ! STARING ROLE Barbara Douglas wu stared in the McMurry College production of "Madaa" first Greek tragedy filmed. Ths World Pramiar of "Madaa" producsd in full sound and color was chosen as tha top War Whoop nows story In 1153. Premiered In May It has gained racognltion as ona of tha top six produced by a col- lag or university group. Top Ttn 'Whoop Nows Items of '53 1. World Pramiar of "Madaa." 2. Willaon Lectures Convo- cation. 8. Production of "The Lovely Kills." 4. Indians beat Texas Afcl SM to share title. 5. Homecoming Veda Mae and Gordon elected royal- ity. t. Spring elections Law- rence Green elected. 7. Bookstore remodeled. I. State F. T. A. Is held here. 9. It B. Anderson appointed to Ike's cabinet. 10. Tia-McMurry beats ACC 0-M In basketball. Indians win first home- coming game In four years. gaLvaKieTjmLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLV UavBBBe aVmmmmmmmmmair VBBbm amwawawfll JP SgawawawawawawawawawawawaWr 'Pwawawawa HgHPgB'VV'lllw HrV 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1954

Indians Beat Wildcats By 15 Points I 8m Story on Pag 9 The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI Make Plans For KIVA and DELTA BETA EPSILON'S co-sponsored All- School Valentin Party to bo hold in th Social HaU of th Studant Lilo Cantor on February 5th Debate Team Sets 4 Meets For Feb. McMurry's debate team has scheduled debate tournaments for every week-end in February according to William K. Clark debate sponsor. The team has debates schedul- ed at Baylor University Waco Feb. 5-6; at ACC Feb. 12-13; the Savage Forensics Festival at Southeastern State College of Ok- lahoma Durant Feb. 17-18; and the Mid-South Tournament at Henderson State Colege Arkadel- phia Ark. Feb. 24-25. Tentatively scheduled for the debate team in April is an 11-day tour to Washington D. C taking in the Grand National Forensics Tournament at Mary Washington College Fredericksburg V a . April 14-18. Debate team members arc Ed Cooper Jimmie Jones Greg Manikunian and Weldon Steph- enson. French 'Cylopedias Arrive For Library Two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1954

The WAR WHOOP Friday. January IS. UM Cdito ria 15 b 1 fJLeVd Jjcfeal foiio Jn the jrourth ZJront In sixteen short years March of Dimes research hns broken through tremendous barriers that once stood between man and the conquest of polio. Step by step scientists have advanced from the depths of unknown to the theshold of victory. Today plans are being made for what may be the final as- sault the practical use of laboratory knowledge to meet ahc needs of human beings. The effectiveness of gamma globulin in giving some temporary protection against polio has been demon- strated. Three types of polio virus have been identified as causes of paralysis. Science has learned to grow these viruses rapidly in test tubes for further research. They are being used now to produce a trial vaccine. Your investment in the March of Dimes research has created these new and potent weapons for the. attack against polio on the fourth Front Polio Prevention. In opening up a Fourth Front against infantile pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1954

Hn WAR WHOOP t'l Indian Cagers Clobber ACC 67-52 Friday. January IS 1M4 BOYS -MURAL! Fast Slow League Plans Completed; Schedule Out Later Two basketball leagues will be in this year's intramural program. This decision came after the va- rious club representatives met Jan. 7 in the West Lounge of the Dining Hall to complete arrange- ments for the 1954 McMurry Inter-campus program. At to plans nothing final was rnada; however tha dele- gates were in agreement on many rule changes and the making of new rules. In look- ing ahead the body decided to express their ideas; and then in a meeting early in the second semester they will give their final approval to the rules. "It was the general belief of most of the members that the two league system would give more boys and more clubs a chance to take part in the 'mural program. Tha fast league is defined: Any boy that has played col- lege basketball or has work-ed-out with a college team is eligible to play; however the boys on this year's s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 January 1954

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday JuT ". 7 f Quick what's the square root of (x"j a2-400q7)43? SPRING SEMESTER (Continued from Pace 1) Bible 332 (The Old Testament Prophets). Offered by Dr. Stein- man. Religious History 443 (The Development of the Christian Church). Pierequsite: Bible 115 116. Offered by Dr. Schaefer. Speech Department Speech 225 (Stagecraft) Train- ing and experience in the separ- ate elements of technical theatre production. Lab course 4 hours credit. To be taught by Maurice Pullig. Speech 330 (Voice Improve- ment) to improve the individual speaking voice of the student along the lines of the general standards of good American speech. Prerequisite: Speech 112 113. To be taught by Mrs. Lloyd Huff. Physical Eaucaiion P. E. 325 (Teaching and Prac- METRO 1728 Butternut Street January 14-15 Plunder of The Sun Glenn Ford Diana Lynn January 18 Man From The Alamo Glenn Ford Plus The Pace That Thrills Bill Williams January 17-18 Roman Holiday Gregory Peck Audrey Hepburn January ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1954

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