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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

24 , September 24, 1974 RAMBLER Page Three Deadline drawing near for grant applications In May, '74, the 75-76 competition for grants'for graduate study abroad offered uncjer the Mutual Educational Exchange Program (Fulbright-Hays) and by foreign governments, univer- sities and private donors was officially opened by the. Institute of interna- tional Education. Now, only a few more weeks re- main in which qualified graduate stu- dents may apply for one of the 550 Is which are available to 51 coun- Most of the grants offered provide round-trip transportation, tuition and ipaintenance for one academic year; a few provide international travel only or a stipend intended as a partial grant- in-aid. Candidates must be United States citizens at the time of application, hcfld a bachelor's degree or its equivalent by beginning date of the grant, have language abijjty commensurate with the demands of the proposed study projects, and good health. Preference is given to those between twenty and...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

Page Four RAMBLER ^ % Tuesday, Septer Tuesdl Dorm liviri( wmR mmm*m / i (ABOVE) Kip Pritehard learns the complica- tions which arise in trying to manipulate a fork, a plate, and Alpha Xi spaghetti all at the same time. mm (TO LEFT) Bertha V v; and Snellen Rohbins iir® distracted from 1 i"1 pickin and grinnin Mialiifiiflii ■

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

, September 24, 1974 imber li : * J R A fa B L E R Page Five & -* I (ABOVE) Taking it easy in the lounge of Elizabeth Hall is Mike Harris. •> 'i t 95®. •«, i ins art (T() LEFT) Rich Polins demonstrates the delicate art of table manners; spaghetti. beiW-iiis obvious Specialty. —Photos by Steve Castleberry gpsy. fWm.-T I

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

Page Six RAMBLER Tuesday, September 2<s column inches by steve alldredge Tuesday, Sept. 24, marks the beginning of the formal sorority rush at TWC. This evening at 7:00 p.m. Gamma Phi Beta will-have their formal party. Wednesday, Sept. 25, Alpha Xi Delta will hold their party and Thursday, Sept. 26, Phi Mu will have their party. Both of these parties will also be at 7:00. Information about the sorority rush can be obtained at the of- fice of Student Affairs from Dean Pohl. & * Rushees will sign their prefer- ence cards Friday, Sept. 27, from eight until noon in the office ,bf student affairs. The following Monday, Sept. 30 sorority bids will be announced in the same office at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, Bishop J. Armstrong will be presented as the first speaker in a series of the Willson Lectures at 9:25 a.m. The Willson Lectures are ai ser- ies of lectures brought to the campus every year and have been well received by the student body and faculty in the past. They are sponso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

7 TT 'en-ibe* id thci he home rulers, ft eond \ ic Pee *; Pat C lva Ga y. Social tember 24, 1974 RAMBLER Page Seven Corner By Betty Johnson SECRETARY, this weed's story should be of interest liar's office administration class among jathw^ook a moving novel with its one principle character being the ifiost familiar but least understood types on the scene, the executive -secretary, that all-important Second wife" to the head of the firm. The life of beau- year-old Kathleen O'Brien is complicated by the con- ies demanded of her in the office. She is expected to hing for Mr. Master, her ruggedly handsome boss, and ass's wife, though stale, is all too firmly entrenched, leen is an unforgettably appealing character who will ■many readers of the incandescent Kitty • Foyle—yul- and yet a tough survivor. How she handles a personal Sessional predicament that has plagued and bedazzled s of her sister secretaries will fascinate and move every V Methodist emphasis name changes from The MethodisJ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 September 1974

5> U > Page Eight SportsoRAMa By Kelly Morgan o o o There was a golf tournament this last weekend at Midwest- ern University. Results of this will also be in the next edition. N A Womens' '74 volleyball schedule Date Opponent Place Time Tues., Sept. 24 - NTSU ...TWC 5:30 Thurs., Sept. 26 — Tarleton ^ TSU, Stephenville 5:30 Sat., Sept. 28 - TWC Invitational TWC..9:00 a.m. Tues., Oct. 1 - TCJC-SC TWC 5:30 Thurs., Oct. 3 - ETSU r.ETSU, Commerce 7:30 Fri. & Sat., Oct. 4 & 5 - TWU Invit TWU, Denton TRA Mon., Oct. 7 - NTSU NTSU, Denton TRA Wed., Oct. 9 - TWU TWU, Denton 4:00 Fri. & Sat., Oct. 11 & 12 — U of H Invit. UH, HousPon TlfA Tues., Oct. 15 - UTA UTA, Arlington 7:00 Thurs., Oct. 17 - ETSU TWC. .7:30 Fri. & Sat., Oct. 18 & 19 —UT at Austin Invit. or SWTSU Invitational ..'...TRA Tues., Oct. 22 - TCJC-SC TCJC-SC TRA Thurs., Oct. 24 — Tarleton TWC. 5:30 Fri. & Sat., Oct. 25 & 26 — NTSU Invit NTSU, Denton TRA Mon., Oct. TWU twC 5;00 'Wed., Oct. 30 —...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1974

, K & Texas Wesleyan T FX AS WtSUVAN OCT; 1 i'|i:' iBKAftV 49 - No. 5 Texas Wesleyan College, orth, Texas 76105 Tuesday, October 1, 1974 xomi B presents Showband of Oilbelt' in concert e Showband of the Oilbelt is a Husical element of the 761st Air Band located at Sheppajjl Air Base. They are to appear at Wes in concert Tuesday, Oct. 10:50 a.m. in the Fine Arts Aud- t is one of the most versatile mu- groups in the southwestern mil- itwy scene. Composed of 17 outstand- ing jazz band musicians, the group specialized in coifcert and dance music presented on and off military bases throughout the Southwest. Because its repertoir.e Tanges fj^m the old favorites to the latest rock music, this group satisfies the musical appetite of all age groups. o In 1969 the band was awarded the 9 •rSGwJi* Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for having maintained an unsurpassed rot* ord for sustained high quality perform- ances of national and intemiational sig- nificance. They greeted Ifieraiturning A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1974

Page Two Social clubs pull together during TW Greek Week by Debbie Olshefski Greek week will be held Oct. 7-11 in an effort, to bring duA>> ' in sororities and fraternities closer together under the /fcreek Greek system. f ° The week, will begin with three separate parties hosted by one sorority and one fraternity for the other four groups. Pi * Kapf* Alpha will hold their party on Monday, Oct. 7, along with Phi Mu. Tuesday, Oct. 8, wilt'be the night for the Sigma Phi Ep- silon-Alpha Xi Delta get together. Lambda Ghi Alpha and Gamma Phi Beta will hold their -3b bash on Wednesday night, Oct. 9. All of the parties will begin at eight p.m. "Thursday's schedule begins with a speaker on Greek life at 10:50 a.m. For those who love competition, the activities for whjch points are awarded, will begin Thursday afternoon, Oct. 10. The sorority and fraternity who has accumulated the high- ,, est number of points at the close of Greek week will be award- ed prizes. Something new for TWC c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1974

FTW v—f-r fTT r 1 m October 1, 1974 RAMBLER Page Three Corner By Betty Johnson Arlington couple endows « to ^ TWC with substantial sum week's new romarific novei, THE SUN IS GOD, tells about ile life of the great English painter, J. M. W. Turner. set against, a vivid background of' 18th century Regency orian England. Although the novel is fictirtnal, the aiithor Noonan, has"made the incidents that happen very realistic, sun is God," were the last words'of Joseph Mallord William While he amassed a fortune and became a public figure, his fe was dominated by tempestuous romances with the fas- women who were his models and mistresses. liaisons ranged from the tragic to the beautiful. His first the mother of his children, Sarah, was brazenly sexual anding. beautiful and innocent Hannah started as his model, became ress, and ultimately was a tragic burden. last relationship, with Sophia, was the most fulfilling and most mysterious in that Turner withheld from her the e pf his identity as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 October 1974

Page four RAM BLEU Tuesday, October SportsoRAMa By Kelly Morgan Roscoes defeat Sig Eps for first game of season letinl Last year about this time, TWC's golf team walked away with first place at the Midwestern University Golf Tournament. Sept. 19 our team returned to Wichita Falls to defend their titl There were nine teams participating in the tournament: Oklahoma Baptist College, Hardin Simmons, Angelo State, West Texas State, Eastern New Mexico, Midwestern University, East Central Oklahoma, Abilene Christian College, and Texas Wes- leyan. •• On account of rain, just two rounds were played instead of the usual three. At the end of two rounds, TWC found them- selves trailing West Texas State 609 to 605. With no third round to play, TWC had to give up its crown to West Texas State. The team standings are as follows: Round 1 West Texas State 298 Texas Wesleyan ...— 307 Eastern New Mexico 314 Angelo State 311 Midwestern University 313 Abilene Christian College 316 Hardin Simmons Univers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1974

|.(* TEXAS WESLEYAN by Kim Shulke to stage 'Secret Affairs' Oct. 17-19 / y rojBbllege Dra- !ed for its fine Texas Wesleyar ma Department is iioti acting and high quality performances'. Thi Secret should be no exception. The play will prenjper in the TVVC Fine Arts Aud- itorium Thursday, Oct. 17, and will / ough Saturday, Oct. 19. year's fall presentation, "The \ffairs of Mildred Wild," 13 3X1 The comedy, written by Pulitzer Prize Winner Paul Zindel.Ls centered around Mildred Wild, a constant movie-goer who lives unrealistic-ally in a dream world she h;-^ creatM. Mil- dred imagines herself to be characters that she has come to know from the , countless pictures that she J^is seen, of/en ending with hilarious results. Addingf^o •the performance are tfc- show's many visual effects, and its im- aginative costuming, Cast members for the production are Mildred Wild — Debbie Brown, Roy Wild — James May-nurd, Bertha Gale — Lana Hoover, Helen Wild — Liz Acton, Carroll ('hat- ham — Tony Vinso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1974

Page Two RAMBLER Tuesday, October 8 i?"u J Phone company rep speaks to classes Joe R. Ewin, of SouthwaeW^i Bell, spoke to members of business classes at Texas Wesleyan College last Mon- day, Sept. 30. He spoke on the management training of the Southwestern Bell Tele- phone Company. In the talk, two theories were discussed, Herzburg's theory" of "Motivation-Hygiene" and Robert N. Ford's theory of "Motivation through work itself." The audience seemed very inter- ested ill the statement that money is not a motivator but a satisfier. -There were also questions asked about the pay increases and charges for services. Another topic of great interest to the students was al>out promotion with- out pay increases and what effect the valueiof the dollar has Jhad on using pay raises as a motivating factor. The talk ended on a discussion con- cerning the problems of the large companies who try to offer job op- portunities to minorities and people over the age of thirty-five. Mr. Ewin's present...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1974

Li. m ctober 8, 1974 RAMBLER rial assistance is 4 lilable for veterans rovision of PL 92-540 makes tutorial assistance avail- ireterans, servicemen and eligible persons in school under endents Educational Assistance Program. r benefit provides special help to overcome a deficiency pject required for satisfactory pursuit of an educational j>rder to be eligible for tutorial assistance, an applicant enrolled in a post-sqpondary institution on a half-time basis. In addition, othe applicant!? schbtfl rpust eelfffy student needs tutorial help to correct a deficiency in i which Ls an essential part of his college studies. lents under this program may not exceed $50 per and may be received at this rate for not more than nine Tutorial assistance payments db not affect the monthly on allowance check, nw do they reduce the number of ■ of a veteran's entitlement. jterans and eligible persons wishing to claim this VA Sare asked to visit the Veterans Representative on campus in the Admissions ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 October 1974

Page pour RAMBLER SportsoRAMo I by Kelly Morgan During the weekend of Sept. 27, 28, and 29 Texas Wesleyan College's tennis team traveled to Austin to Compete in the St. Edwards' Invitational. Four teams competed in the tournament, were St. SS^wafds, Pan American, ijCoritral Texas and' "■I •V During the first round of the tournament singles, Kim Schaade, Mike Bien, Bob Deaton and Kevin Tee (on a bye) all won. John Boyd, Greg Gardner, and John Gerlach partici- pated in the tournament also. They played fine sets dtiring the first round but were defeated. The winners then went into the second round and only Kevin Tee came out victorious. He then entered the quarter finals and came out on the short end of the score and thUTTvas eliminated. , The doubles teams then took the courts. The teams of Boyd and Gardner, Gerlach and Tee, and Ed Olson and Deaton (on a bye)^all won. t " , No doubles team made it to the third round as each of the teams were eliminated by their opponents in the second...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1974

er 8, conval ie Res'! ■■H _ M # B tAMO Texas Wesleyan Rambler TEXAS WESLEYAN LIB) IME 49 - No. 7 Toxat Wotloyan Collogo, Fort Worth, Taxas 76105 Tuesday, October 15, 1974 'Lift Your Voices' Takin' it easy • - Ibu* McDowell takes time out from the some reading in the SUB. |ic pace of Greek Week to catch up on Photos by Barry Laves F " ■ > _ *' IAI slates fine arts speaker department at North Texas State University. However, it is the publication of the Texas Society for the Fine Arts. The talk was origin- s-ally prepared fb^fe heads of the Music and Art departments for -all the colleges and uni- versities of Texas." Dr. Rosner's educational background in- cudes a Bachelor's Degree from Friends Uni- 3r. Christian Rosner, professor of music at eton State University, will speak on campus The talk will be in Reed Lecture iter at 10:50, and the public is invited to nd. The program will be sponsored by Sigma la Iota (professional music sorority). Cyn- ^cKinney is student president of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1974

Page Two RAMBLER Tuesday. October ^5 Golden Torch announces member Organization promotes scholastic attainment The Order of the Golden Torch was established to promote "pur- poseful living and high standards of learning, and encouraging su- .perior scholastic attainment among women in their first year in tfffs institution of higher learn- ing'" The new mehit>ers of Golden Torch are Christy Collier, Shel- ley Starr, Belinda Johnson, Pat- ty Wilson, Jane Hogan, Cindy Wattier, P a t r i c i.q , j/lcBurnett, Br (Mi da Wade, Laura Hill, Crystal Hughes, and Leslie Langham." Its members are those stu- o m Rambler Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief News Features Sports Photographer Business Manager Cartoonist , Leta Shelton Betty Johnson Cay Barnett Debbie Olshefski Kelly Morgan Barry Laves Kathy Alley )anis Shody Marilyn Marley lh* Rambler it published weekly during the school year, except holidays and eiam ■ nation periods by Stud*"' Publications at Terns Wesleyan College * •* % . fhe mai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1974

October 15, 1974 ait, du% y-treaa tne a were etary-tie n infon jority ed ivitli i time ev RAMBLER Page "^hree Deadline setcJn^ December for NSF award applications The National Research Council has again called upon to advise the National Science Foundation in the selection of candidates for the Foundation's program of Graduate fellow- ships. Panels of eminent scientists appointed by the National Research Council will evaluate qualifications of applicants. Final. selection will be made by the Foundation, \vith awards to be announced on March 15, 19*/ Initial NSF Fellowship awards arc intended for students at or near the beginning of their graduate study. In general, therefore, those el- igible to apply will lie college seniors for first- year graduate students this fall. Subject to the availability of funds, new fel- lowships awarded in the spring of '75 will be for periods of three, years, the second and third years contingent on certification to the Foun- dation by the fellowship i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1974

Tuesday^ October IS, ;p;*V'*><*• \ '; ^8«# «***, wi i ™!WA WWI ""WW 1S8W* ^ km ■■■■«« w rsas* . KB MRK* "lifei IS -t iTwyja. i ... mam & pwm&sfl The day of the Greek pK-' Photos by Barry Laves SgKfejggbBft" ^ V'v mm

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1974

I It Pa 2L1 RAMBLER Tuesday October Initiation services held for nat'l order of Omega ° The National Order of Omega Held initiation cere monies yesterday for the 14 charts members of the Texas \\ esieyan College chapter. 0 The Onler of Omega is a Leadership Honor Society for junior and senior fraternity men who have dedicated their time to aid inter fraternity affairs and to^proanote the C^ei system -- E^ph member is nominated by his individual i aternitv ..chapter.I 'Member selection is finalized by the active Omega chapter. - "• *. " .« Each of the three social fraternities had two new members initiated The members are Robert G Elmer C Trey Hirper.-Sigma Phi Epsilon: Ronald S>. Hucke and Owen L. Sioajb. Lambda Chi Alpha, and Lvle O, Kanouse and Thomas x S. Price, Pi Kappa Alpha. # John C. Parkland Robert J. Vleck were initiated as alumni - members, and Jerry Bawc-om was initiated as a faculty member Owen Sloan has been appointed president of the newlv formed Omega Chi chapter. ...

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