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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1954

TIM WAR WHOOP Friday January . Cdi to riald ZJhe rfonor Eastern Witt WorL at WcWurry Before making any rash statements concerning this sub- ject let us think about what the honor system is and what it does. First it pives the professor and the student freedom un- known before. Instructors would feel free to leave a class at anytime during a test; and a student's work would be taken as his own without question. This would be an ideal condition to have because nothing brings out the best in people so much as simple trust. Students would be inclined to strive for better work because of this trust. People attending college are usually of the type that will readily accept trust placed in them. They will treat this trust with respect for their own satisfaction if nothing else. One can quickly sec the advantages of the honor system by exam- ining the schools where it is now in effect. Of course there will always be people who will abuse the honor system; but they are. an insignificant few....

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1954

Tha WAR WHOOP HPC B-TEAM Friday. JaauMT t 1M4 T-C WOUNDUP Ttxas Conference Appears On Short End For Season Texas Conference basketball teams which have con! out on the short end of most of the games played so far this season will be up against some of the most powerful five's in the South- west Lone Star and Gulf Coast conferences this week. A. C. C't Wildcats faced their toughest assignment of the season last Monday night at they encountered the da landing Southwatt Confer- anca champions. T. C U. Tha 'Cat gave thalr visitors qulta a scata bafora falling by tha tuna of 74-15. Howard Payne played host to Sam Houston State Tuesday night and will try to defend its honor against Midwestern tonight. The Yellow Jacket sting has al- ready been felt on this season of the Indians as they lost by a 66-77 score. It appears that the Jackets have a clear road ot the T-C crown; however their season-record stock dropped 33 per- centage points last week as they lost to the H-SU Cowboys by a 62-72 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 January 1954

Pagt 4 Th WAR WHOOP Prldty. January . DUMM-DE-DUM-DUM rJjcalh of a or The story you arc about to read is true. Any resemblance to drag- ons dead or nearly so is purely intentional. My name is Betty Yesterday BY for short. I'm a War Whoop re- porter. Friday January 8 11:55 p. m. I heard strange noises out- side President Hall. It sounded like two busses honking. I ran to the window and looked out. It WAS two busses honking. 12 p. m. The busses drove by again. This time they were filled with boys. They were making . noise . . . drink Coca-Cola could be heard . . . must be McMurry students. 1 decided to call the . chief. CHIEF: You call me ma'am? BY: Yeah chief. Two busses arc driving around the campus. What should I do? CHIEF: You gotta lead? BY: Nothing much to go on. My job: to find out why the busses were on the campus. I decided to question my room- mate. BY: Say ma'am I want to ask you a few questions. Why arc those busses driving around the campus? ROOMMATE: Arc you asking me wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1954

0 r LONG AWAITED AND MUCH DESIRED GIFT These two mw maroon and whit buuM. gift of Mr. and Mra. 8. M. Jay are shown hara in three views. Tha busses war tint uiad last Sunday on a trip to Baird and wara dadieatad last Tuatday in chapaL (Special Photo David Barros) The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI Volunteers Hear A A Speak Monday About Alcoholism Volunteers' meeting Monday night featured a talk by Perry "Smith" a member of the local Alcoholics Anonymous. ("Smith" is inserted in place of Pery's last name because members of AA making a speech before any group use only first names ) "Smith" told the group about the problems of alcoholism and the AA plan for arresting the disease. He also answered ques- tions from those present. Business matters discussed at the meeting included plans for the Forum-Volunteer Banquet set for March 12 and plans for choosing or composing a club song. Shirley Floyd and Patricia Autrey were accepted as new members. Wah Wahtaysee Circle K Assist In McM Polio Drive Circ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1954

The WAR WHOOP Filter. Fthfuuy V MM Want To Know Mooning of I6D? IGD? IGD? Say whnt is IGD? It seems that everyone is an- xious to find out what IGD sands for. Ever since the new semester started signs have been plastered over all available wall space pro- claiming 'WATCH FOR IGD" and it seems like no one knows what the letters mean Of course it's only logical that this bit of publicity or advertis- ing has something to do with the Kiva-Delta Beta All-School Party that is coming up tonight But what does it all mean' According to Gordon Mahon and Veda Mac Kikcr presidents of the two club this information is going to remain n secret until tonight at 8 00 in the Student Life Center when the meaning of the letters will be revealed to all present The members and sponsors of both Delta Beta and Kiva are looking forward to a successful All-School Party Success can be achieved only by the full support of the student body Everyone is invited to come ot the party to find out what IGD means but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1954

Friday. February S. 1184 TIM WAR WHOOP T-C ROUNDUP HPC Jacktts Rout ACC Cats 81-67 The Texas Conference cham- pionship for 1954 may have been decided ns the Abilene Christian College Wildcats tangled with the home-standing and favorite the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets at Brown wood. he contest was the 'Jackets first league encounter while the Wildcats have dropped one con- ference clash that being to the McMurry Indians Texas A & I the league leader with an un- blemished 2-0 record journeys to Georgetown for two tilts with Southwestern University. The scalp-hunters of Mc- Murry. altar a two week lay- off playad Woltors Air Fore Baa last Tuatday night and last night tha Indiana took on tha Wayland College Pi- onaars. Tha Woltari gam was a fill-In for tha vacancy on tha McMurry achadula result- ing from Austin Collaga's withdrawal from tha Taxas Confaronca last October. Texas A. & I.'s Marvin Leg- gett maintained his firm hold on the" individual scorning leadership among the T-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 February 1954

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday. February S 1M4 OVERHEARD BY REPORTER rfl ZJelepkoneA Aoe ZJo cJLearn rbout SmokerA By MARY NELL TAYLOR With all of the boyt talking about social club bids these days the following telephone conversation which was inter- cepted near a phone booth may be of some help in making decisions. Obviously it was two freshmen student. "Hello Joe! Al. Got a problem. Seems I'm invited to some parties next week called smokers." "What's that Oh you say what's the problem. Well before 1 left home my mother told me that one tiling 1 was not to do when I came up here to this big ol' school was to start smok ing. Now I want to go but 1 m afraid that she'll find out about it and make me go back home "Oh you say who is giving these smokers? Well they have clubs here on the rcscrvaiton that they call social clubs and these clubs invite boys to come to their smokers. One of 'em is call- ed Kiva one is IHR and the oth- er one is called Ko Sari; but the one called IHR doesn't gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1954

0 mmsBB CHANTERS TO .TOUR WEST TEXAS TIm 4S member mixed choral group la scheduled to leave Sunday 'or a 1-day tour through WmI Texas. Thar will have traveled some 1.100 mUaa upon lhair return. (Stall photo by Fred McCraary) The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI Sigma Tau Delta's POEM ESSAY SHORT STORY CONTEST CLOSES TODAY Submit EntritsBtfort 5 P.M. Model Aerialist Visits Lectures Nelson Bennett professional model spoke to fine arts students and other students last Friday morning in the Radford Social Hall. His talk wa9 a general talk on art and artists from Cezanne in 1900 to Salvador Dali of the present day. Bennett was born in a circus tent in Muncie Indiana in 1800. At the age of S he joined his par- ents in their circus work in 1927 he soon became a leading profes- sional model. Bennett now 63 is on a tour of colleges and universities having posed earlier last week for art students at Baylor University. He it also in the process of writing his memoirs. Two McMers Enter Talent Cavalcade Bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1954

The WAR WHOOP Friday. February It 1184 Campus Calendar Friday Fab. 12 Kappa Phi Bobby-Sox Party 7:30 p. m.; Delta Beta Rush Party. Fab. 13-19 Chanters Tour. Monday Fab. IS Basketball Midwestern there; FTA 8 p. m. Valunteers 7 p. m. Wadnaadar. Fab. 17 Chris- tian Foundation 7 p. m.; debate 8:15. Thursday. Fab. IS Social Club meetings. Friday Fab. 19 Basketball ACC 8 p. m. Saturday Fab. 20-IHR banquet. Kappa Phi to 'Hosf Kappa Phi will celebrate Val- entine' Day tonight with their annual Valentine Bobby Sox Party. The party will be held at the home of Mrs. Bettes an ex of the club at 7:30. Cditoria 16 Jrave M JreartLjive ZJnat Jtner& tVliant cJLiue Research into the causes of heart diseases which affect one out of every 16 Americans will be given top priority in. the program supported by the 1954 Heart Fund which now is in progress throughout Texas and the nation according to Dr. W. R. White Baylor University president and chairman of the 1954 Tpxas Heart Campaign. Dr. White point...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1954

Friday. Pthtuwr is. ltM H WAR WHOOP J; t ij T-C ROUNDUP Ttxas Conftrtnct Plays Four Hire All four basketball teams of the Texas Conference have seen or will see action this week and the entire line-up of the game will be played here in the key city. McMurry't Indian grm aa the scan of the opening gam of this three-tilt meat. Tha improTed lladsklna meat tha high-flying Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne. Tha Jackets war favored to swarm tha Indians under and improve their season record. In the over-all picture of this season's cage play the Tribe has experienced more than their share of difficulties and the books show that these hustling cagers have a 5-17 record. In the conference the McMurrians have a .333 av- erage and this is a result of their one wn that over ACC and ther double-loss to the A. & I. team. The cross-town Wildcats who meet Texas A. & I. tonight and tomorrow night will try to raise their conference standings with these two encounters. The 'Cats are the celler-dw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 February 1954

Tk WAR WHOOP Friday. February II 1M4 Pagt 4 FIRST SEMESTER HONOR ROLL OUT Affleck Bert Anderson. Anne Barrington Johnny Bynum Lowell Edington June Ely Bob Epps Bob Gage Tommy Gandy Billi Jochctz Barbara Kirby James - Latham Elwanna Lewis Frankie Ponder Donald Price Imogene . Shaw Charles W West Byrdie Williams Charlyne .. Evans Dorothy C Davis Don Smith Wayne Bingham Patsy Crawford Wayne Winn Marcia Lawrence Mildred .... Boothe Patty Hinds Marcia Moore Phyllis Peterson Royce Strickland W. C Campbell Peggy .. Bell Lynn Manning Green Patsy Johnson Doris Jean .. Kendall Iris Teaff Carolyn Fry Tommy Davis John Pombcr May Belle .. Scale Thomas G Stccn Jane Ann Wolfskill Marilyn .. Pierce Bill White Orlie Dickey John Kennedy Lucy Dillard Glcnna Hucstis Jane Robinson Joanne . Dcgood Vera . $3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 .. 3.00 3.00 3.00 .. 2.94 .. 2.93 .. 2.93 2.87 .. 2.87 .. 2.87 .. 2.86 .. 2.83 .. 2.83 ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1954

The War Whoop 0 VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 19S4 No. IS ?o 14 N SmiHO McMurry Student Goes to New York John Davis a sophomore his- tory major is scheduled to at- tend a United Nations Seminar in New York City and Washing- ton D. C February 21-27. About 50 college students from all over the United States will at tend the semi- nar which is sponsored by the National Confer- ence of Metho- dist Youth. Da- vis will repre- sent the North- west Texas Con ference as Chris- DAVIS tian Witness Chairman. He will fly to New York City from Amon Carter Field in Fort Worth tonight accompanied by John Ed Francis another Semi- nar delegate of Texas Wesleyan College. The two will spend two days sightseeing in New York City be- fore the Seminar convenes Feb- ruary 21. Among the Seminar leaders arc Rcinhold Nicbuhr clergyman and professor of religion at Union The- ological Seminary; Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam of the Washing- ton Area of the Methodist Church; and Senator Paul Douglas of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1954

Tha WAR WHOOP Friday. February II. 1154 CAMPUS CALENDAR Friday. February 19 ACC bas- ketball Indian Gymnasium 8 p. m. Saturday February 20 Chant- crsrclurn; IHR banquet Formost Hall. Monday. February 21 Kappa Delta Pi; PEMM; Science Club Tuesday. February 23 Basket- ball Howard Payne there; Press Club 4 30 Wednesday. February 24 Christum Foundation Julius Scott featut ed speaker 5 45 p. m ; Debate speech lounges 8.15 p. m. Friday. February 26 All-school athletic banquet Iris Graham Din ing Hall. K Social World HjCPPHBBRRJMPPI IHR Banquet Set mSSmMfi. wt fkPKaH Saturday Night aaaHaaalHlf laJataT f MJmJBBB aaaBaaaaWlaMllinllaM THE CONDEMNED WOMEN ATE A HARDY MEAL New pledget are shown eating among the old members last Saturday right after bids had been passed out. By the smiles shown here all look well pleased with their new club sister. (Staff Photo Fred McCreary.) Cditoriaii If lew rrottuwood (cliche in Science J-iction ground There is no better example for petting a fixed idea and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1954

Friday. February II. 1154 The WAR WHOOP Page S Redmen Beat Flyers 84-76 on Tuesday Lose to Midwestern 91-75 On Monday Coaeh tidgar Pav lie's Hed- moil linvo broken even for llie week thus far with mi SI 7(i ie 1or oer the Walter Air Force llase Kler Tuesday night while they were lieaten Mondnv night in Wiehita Rils by the Midwestern Kiovvas SI 7."i in a eontest which saw (."i personal fouls. In the game Monday niRht the Indians were paced by Jerry English in a red hot second quar- ter attack to brake the bal- gamo wide open after it had been tied 24-24 at the end of the first period. English sank 13 of his 21 points in the second quarter to give the Redmen a 51-40 lead at half time. Going into the fourth stan?a the Indians held virtually the same lead 65-56 and were chal- lenged only once after that. The Flyers cut the gap in the fourth period before 6-6 Carl Anderson dunked four quick baskets to boost the Tribe to a comfortable lead. High point man for the game was Kenneth Moore of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 February 1954

raft 4 Hm WAR WHOOP Friday February It. 1IS4 o i i Kappa Phi Hosts Bobby Sox Party Kappa Phi hold its Jinnunl Val- entine Bobby Sox Party lost Friday night at the home of an ex Mrs J W Bettes 766 Elm- wood Drive The eveninc was epent in playing various games 8uch ns 42 Canasta Pick-up-Sticks and Poll anna The refn shments ei e in keep- ing with the season and consist- ed of hcait shaped sandwiches valentine cake .ind pink lemon- nde Members and their dates pres- ent .it the party uete Doris Millu and W.ine Uciil Kluanni Lath mi .mri Mm us LcM.iv Anna Huth Johnson and Hnilov Malum Mauritno Kcesie .ind Bmcf Willis lnioRcnc Pine and Glenn Benin tt. Nit t Smith and Dais BrookiLson Kathenno Ropi r .ind Bill Adkins Others pi c suit included Di .md Mis Mai shall Turnbull .ind Mr and Mrs Joe BUtis and Miss Vetnie Newman club sponsm Ed. Workshop Scheduled Again May 24-June 1 1 An Education Workshop for teachers superintendents and prospective teachers and superin- tendents is scheduled at Mc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1954

The War Whoop aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarii' laaaaaaaaaar .LBBBBLBS1 IN REWARD FOR WORK WELL DONE Veda Ma Kiker it shown here receiving a $50 chack from Mrs. E. E. Traweek aftar aha was choian aa "McMurry'a Outstanding Spaach Studant." Looking on is Mrs. B. C. Bloodworth president of the City Federation of Women's Clubs of Abilene. 4? Outltandi? StuduU Kiker Given Speech Award by Women's Club Veda Mac Kiker senior speech major from Wellington was pre- sented a $50 cash scholarship award Tuesday morning at chapel by the City Federation of Wo- men's Clubs of Abilene. Busses Chanters Return To Campus Chanters returned Saturday from a 7-day tour through West Texas and New Mexico. Highlight of the trip was a visit to Carls- bad Caverns on Thursday morn- ing. Concerts were given in schools and churches at Big Spring Pecos Fort Davis Alpine Marfa Ysleta El Paso Carlsbad La- mesa Seminole and Odessa. An additional concert was given Tuesday morning at Abilene High School. Most impressive p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1954

Friday February U. ltM Pages The WAR WHOOP Campus Cakndar Friday February 81 All- school banquet 7 80 p m Iris Graham McmoriRl Dining Hall Monday. March 1 Volun- teers Won Wahtaysee March 2-S Willson-Donison Lectures Thuraday. March 4 Social club meetings Saturday March 6 TIP Banquet Caitoriaid 1 Jke Case for Lomic IIS00U& It is possible to find soim thing had m almost cNcrytlunp "t In in of minus tint nic nothing hut trash Wc know that omuitinism lias Iki n i posed in public schools Wc rcnli7C there an sinful pi ople m our ihunlics Docs one bad point make nmtlmu' ill had? V uiinot bun moMcs liki moMis me nub i cut We aiiunt close our public schools hc- i miisi i oiiiiuiinisiii ( n eps in We should not stop pomp to church pist hi cause sinful people po there Some comic books nre im moral but tins is no reason to rcmoc all of them from the mnrki I No nutter how wonderful a thinp is eil can usually be toiiiul in it 1 firmh belicNc that there is as much pood as bad m iiiiiiM books ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1954

Friday. February SI. 1M4 TIm WAR WHOOP fs Howard Payne Wins T-C As Redmen Beaten 75-61 f O ports Intramural Action Incrtasts As Kiva Fish Kappa Phi Win Men's and women's intramural sports have taken an upswing for both the (an and the player. In the men's basketball leagues this coming week pits the Dirty Shirts against the Freshmen on Mondnv. and an Thursdnv the Faculty and the Freshman B-2 1 squad will take on the Ko Sari Knights. In the games of the past week the Kiva "B" lost to the Fresh- men "B-l" by the score of 38-44 while the Kiva "A" returned the favor in the second game by beat- ing the Freshman "A" by a 74 to 44 score. In a single game which was played this past week the Kappa Phi squeezed by the TIP Sailors by the tight score of 30 to 28. Games to be played in the fu- ture were announced Tuesday of the past week in a report from the office of women's intramural director Mrs. Ethel Trice. Mar. 1 Kappa Phi vs. Nava- jocs. Gamma Sigma vs. Navajocs. Chcrokecs vs. Gamma Sigm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 February 1954

Pf4 The WAR WHOOP Friday Frtcuur M. 1M rvLK. vv s iSBHHB HBHHPLPH ' BJ?;BBBBBMhB SBBBBBBtfslSWIIIaaBW BBp Hk. BBBBb; vv Hb Br ""flBBBBBBBvt' BBS -xB ' BBBr BBb BBBBBBBeTBBBBBI BBBBBBBi BBBBBBBl BBBBk Bt BBBBBBfl Nv1 BBBBBBBBBBBBeSBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBB) BBBBik BBl BBBBBBBI Dr. Louit H. Evans Bishop Haien G. Werner Dr. Jo J. Micklt Dr. Herbert E. Stotts Willson - Denison Lecture Schedule Jhe aLcctureslup f-rogram (Topics to be Announced by Speakers) The Willson Lecturer DR. LOUIS H. EVANS D. D. LL. U. L. II. D. Dr. Evans a native ot Goshen Indiana assumed his position as Mini.stcr-at-Largc for the Presbyterian Church U. S. A. on September 1 1053. He has lectured at hundreds of colleges in the U. S and abroad and has visited mis- sions in J.ipan China Korea India Egypt Africa Syfia Palestine and Greece. The Denison Lecturer BISHOP HAZEN G. WERNER D. D. LL. D Bishop Wei ner. Resident Bishop of the Ohio Area of the Meth- odist Church is the author of three books related to Christian...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1954

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